Author Archives: Paula

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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Mon., July 13, 1914

Mon. July 13, 1914     Well I washed up the dishes while Edna went to hunt a wash woman. Then I went over and won two sets from Mr. Tomkinson & Mr Barsox then a set from Mr Simpson & … Continue reading

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July 2-4, 1914

Thur. July 2, 1914 The Redman’s with Pauline Winnefred were here for the day. It’s the first visit the baby has ever made away from home that is outside of Battle Creek  She is six months old and a real … Continue reading

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Wed., July 1, 1914

Wed. July 1, 1914    Well I woke up at 4:30 and finished my book before I got up. It was one of the most intensely exciting books I have ever read. But I didn’t get much good out of … Continue reading

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Mon., June 29, 1914

Mon. June 29, 1914 Oh diary I sit here by my window on this perfect June day and I’ve just finished reading that wonderful book “The Mistress of Shenstone” of I have entered so into the throws of anguish and … Continue reading

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June 27 & 28, 1914

Sat. June 27, 1914 It thundered and lighteninged[sic] so hard last night that I was awake a good deal so I slept late this morning well when I finally got around I read history most of the morning and afternoon.  … Continue reading

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