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January 13, 1933

Fri., 13  Morning devotions.   Make a warm apple pie for dinner, at which we have smelt. A beautiful sunny day. Letter from Wightman Melton inviting me to contribute to another book of tree poems, which I answer. Tuttle takes … Continue reading

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January 10, 1933

Tues., 10   Morning devotions. Dumas doing the work. Make a custard pie for dinner. Do a bit of mending. Answer Mrs. Owen’s letter. A heavy wind comes up from the south. I love these clean white pages. It seems … Continue reading

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January 9, 1933

Mon., 9    Morning devotions spoiled with static. Wash underwear & stockings. It is snowing. Grace has work come in on funeral flowers. Belle Parker Clark comes for a spray. This diary, which I like very much, came in this … Continue reading

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January 8, 1933

Sun., 8  Grace attends church. Karl has a bad cough, trail of the Grip. They do not attend church but come to dinner. We have a chicken dinner with biscuit and a fruit pudding, for which Henrietta brings the cream. … Continue reading

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January 6, 1933

Fri., 6  Morning devotions. Sunshine, but wind blows a gale in the morning. Do the work and get dinner. Tuttle goes to New Haven St. & takes me along. I sit in the car & read the paper, the story … Continue reading

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January 5, 1932

Thurs., 5   Morning devotions. The news flashed to every corner of the globe that Calvin Coolidge, Vermont’s greatest son, died in his Northhampton home. He is 60 years old, the age of my boy, Ashton. Three boys drowned in … Continue reading

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January 3, 1933

Tues., 3    Morning devotions. A raw south wind. Dumas washes & the clothes get dry enough to be brought in. A letter from Mrs. Taylor of Richford, my twin. Also a letter from Sister Helen. I finish the letter … Continue reading

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