Tag Archives: Helen Merchant

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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April 25 & 26, 1914

Sat. April 25, 1914 “Ben Hur” May and I talked and talked I guess it was most one when we got to sleep.  This P.M. I took some of my S.S. boys out to Milham Park for an outing. It … Continue reading

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Mar. 13 & 14, 1914

Fri. Mar. 13, 1914 OO This P.M. I went to Lab then I went down town with Helen Merchant and we got the favors and ordered the green carnations from the Banquet. Oh dear! I wish I had my toast … Continue reading

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Feb. 7 & 8, 1914

Saturday 7 OO I had a talk with the Field Secretary of the Students Volunteer movement this morning seriously considering whether I ought to give my life for the missionary cause or not. Oh sometimes I feel as if that is … Continue reading

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Sept. 12 & 13, 1913

Fri. September 12, 1913 Well David is back so this P.M. we practiced for tomorrow but we both feel that they are working a kind of a trick on us by not letting us know until so late while the … Continue reading

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News from a Best Friend

[Post for Oct. 15, 1911] Sun. Oct. 15, 1911 Well this has been a lovely day!! This morning I talked Football to Mr. Scauf (misspelled) all through breakfast then read and played until church time. This afternoon Helen came down … Continue reading

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Empire Restaurant

Mar 18-20, 1911 Sat. March 18, 1911 This morning I worked then mamma and I went to Allegan on the noon train. When we got there I walked back up the track (had some rather thrilling experiences with a freight … Continue reading

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“I do enjoy the mandolin so much”

Sat. Feb. 4, 1911 I’m in Allegan tonight  isn’t that surprising! Papa came home unexpectedly this morning and I wanted to come back with him so we came over on the noon train. I telephoned to Hellen Merchant to come … Continue reading

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