Tag Archives: Wilma

September 16, 1933

Sat., 16  Morning devotions. Make a custard pie for dinner & a mince & apple for Sunday. Get dinner & Dumas does the dishes and the cleaning & dusting for Sunday. Grace goes with Wilma to the mink farm in … Continue reading

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August 9, 1933

Wed., 9   Morning devotions. Static. Get dinner, do some mending. A gorgeous day after a cool night. Grace goes to Cornwall Fair Haven (sic) Wilma takes her. They leave at 12-30. The “little Maid” cuts off my nap with … Continue reading

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July 20, 1933

Thurs., 20   Morning devotions. A little that does a lot of good. Anna & Henrietta go to Burlington. Alvin goes out to Karl’s and stays with the boys. Grace goes to a luncheon at evening to the Dog-Team-Tavern as … Continue reading

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June 21, 1933

Wed., 21   Morning devotions. Letter from Ann Story & a card from Mrs. Johnson. Ann Story has selected “Whispering Pines” in Castleton for the meeting place of the Chapter. Mary Ross & Grace go to Middlebury with Wilma. Lillian … Continue reading

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June 14, 1933

Wed., 14   Cannot hear the morning devotions for static. Do the morning work, dinner, etc.  Letter from Mrs. Johnson & Miss Ellis, which I ans. (sic.) Cool & cloudy. Have a little fire. My poor bird is drooping. Something … Continue reading

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May 11, 1933

Thurs., 11   Static prevents the devotions. The sun shines to-day & it is warmer. I go on sorting letters, papers & magazines. Finish a letter to Helen.  Write Hattie & Amy Rice, Susie’s girl. Wilma works until noon for … Continue reading

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May 10, 1933

Wed., 10   Morning devotions. Rain last night. Clouds to-day. Quite cool. Letter from Ben, which I answer. Wilma comes & Grace goes down town with her. She gets me stamps & stamped envelopes.

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December 31, 1932

Sat., 31    Morning devotions. Make a mock cherry pie for dinner to-morrow. Get to-day’s dinner. Package comes from Abernathy’s containing outing, outing nightdresses and hair nets. Dumas doing the work. Wilma helps Grace in her book keeping. Reading Wilbert … Continue reading

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November 26, 1932

Sat., 26   Morning devotions.  Make a custard pie, a plate of cottage cheese in little balls and a chicken pie. Ben comes to dinner. Wilma takes care of the children at Henrietta’s. Anna, Grace, Ben, Tuttle & I go in … Continue reading

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August 30, 1932

Tues., 30 Morning devotions. Dumas washes. Helen does most of the ironing. Helen hires Wilma to take us to Bread Loaf. It is a wonderful trip. We go into the Inn and the Theatre. Make an applesauce cake.

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