Monthly Archives: July 2014

Mon., Sept. 7, 1914

Mon. Sept. 7, 1914 [Top half of the page is cut off] Oh I can not explain or even comprehend it all yet I know that all will come out right for God loves us more than we can fathom. … Continue reading

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Sept. 5 & 6, 1914

Sat. Sept. 5, 1914 This morning I principally ate watermellon[sic] and answered Dorothy McCann’s letter. Then this important family affair that happened was that Wayne finally agreed to taking the new buggy and its beauty too. You see he’ll have … Continue reading

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Sept. 3 & 4, 1914

Thur. Sept. 3, 1914                 This morning Helen and I tried to wash our hair with a new kind of hair tonic which didn’t work and as we had poured olive oil on our heads before hand we were stunning … Continue reading

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Sept. 1 & 2, 1914

Tues. Sept. 1, 1914      This morning I played and finished my embroidered Boudoir cap while Helen cut out and baisted[sic] a couple of waists. This P.M. I took my history and went up in the butter nut tree again  … Continue reading

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Aug. 30 & 31, 1914

Sun. Aug. 30, 1914 Went to church & S.S.  I had the pleasure of walking up to the corner with John Pike. I am very much interested in seeing him try to get rid of Lelia Patterson. She chases after … Continue reading

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Aug. 28 & 29, 1914

Fri. Aug. 28, 1914 “Peace I give unto you, my peace I leave with you. Not as the world giveth, give I unto you. If my words abide in you and ye abide in me ye shall ask what you … Continue reading

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Aug. 26 & 27, 1914

Wed. Aug. 26, 1914     Well Diary did you think I was dead and buried? No. And I haven’t any real good excuse for not writing more regularly this summer except that so many things have happened and I’ve had … Continue reading

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Sun., Aug. 16, 1914

Sun. Aug. 16, 1914     Well this has been a queer Sunday. Miss Ward & I got up and did the dishes and it was too late to go to church so I went to S.S. and taught my boys   … Continue reading

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Sat., Aug. 1, 1914

Sat. Aug. 1, 1914     Well I came home from Edna’s this morning and while I hated to leave there still I was glad to get home  this room of mine looks fine to me. I found a “round robin” … Continue reading

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Mon., July 27, 1914

Mon. July 27, 1914 No “Chatanooga” today. This morning I went over to the courts and won 4 or 5 love sets from Vera Delano. I think she is lovely so sweet and willing to have me send swift ones.  … Continue reading

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