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January 19, 1937

Tues., 19   Morning devotions. Dumas washes. Bettie reads to me afternoon. Write Caroline. A talk with Henrietta. Grace goes to the hair dresser. She reads the papers to me. Cool north wind. Advertisements

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January 18, 1937

Mon., 18   Morning devotions. Dark and rainy. Write Gertrude. Grace reads the papers. Sara helps her in the afternoon. Dumas helping & Grace gets dinner. Work in the balsam. Henrietta ? home & I write a letter to her. … Continue reading

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January 10, 1937

Sun., 10   (Mon. & Sun. reversed so this is Mon.) (sic)  Dumas comes to help out. Morning devotions. Write St. Albans. Letter from Gertrude. Clarence is laid off by the strike. Danyow fixes the pump. Work in the balsam. … Continue reading

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December 31, 1933

Sun., 31   Moderated, but the cold has crept in to shut up rooms & buildings. Get up an hour late but the bed is so comfortable! Write Sister Helen & Helena. A letter from her tells all about sister’s … Continue reading

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December 29, 1933

Fri., 29     28 below zero. Morning devotions. A blizzard from the north. Helen goes at noon. Telephone out of commission. Tuttle does not try to use his car but hires his passage down town & back. Poor birds … Continue reading

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December 28, 1933

Thurs., 28   Morning devotions after a cold night. Play with a jigsaw puzzle. Knit, etc. Letters from Gertrude & Anna. An invitation to Tea from Mrs. Collins for to-morrow night which I must turn down and am sorry to … Continue reading

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December 27, 1933

Wed., 27   8 below. Morning devotions. Sun shines all day and it’s cold.  Letters from George & Helena, and St. Albans. Grace brings me “Miss Stone” from the library. A book of monologues. I read it through. Send a … Continue reading

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