Monthly Archives: November 2012

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1932

Happy Birthday, Helen old girl! 12 years old today! Grandma made me a birthday cake , and we had 2 pints ice-cream.  I bought a ten cent autograph book, and had Mother and Grandma wrote in it. We listened to … Continue reading

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1932

Esther came out today and had lunch with Grandma. About two o’ clock they came up to see our school, and from there went to see Mrs. Doece. Esther brought some birthday presents; a dollar from Uncle Dick, a scarf … Continue reading

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1932

Gymnasium today. I wore my blue skirt so I couldn’t wear my bloomers underneath. I was awfully tired this morning. When I got home I read and practiced. I started eating those chocolates Mother bought on Thanksgiving. I got a … Continue reading

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1932

It was ten below zero this morning. I was almost late for Sunday School, and didn’t want to go to church. I bought the papers afterwards and read. About 11;45 Mother suggested we go to the Metropolitan Theatre and see … Continue reading

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1932

Mrs. Mullen gave me the same things over again, and a new scale. When I came home I practiced, and read some more of “One Must Love.” Had lunch, practiced some more, and finished book. Then I read some magazines. … Continue reading

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1932

I fixed up the room real nice. I was so busy and I went to the library. I didn’t have any breakfast as I wasn’t hungry. Had lunch at 12:30. Afterwards I washed the dishes and practiced then started “One … Continue reading

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1932

Thanksgiving! We didn’t wake up till 10:10. Uncle Dick came over, and Mother got mad and went in town without any breakfast. Uncle Dick brought Grandma’s hot cider, apples and oranges, and gave me 50¢. Grandma and I went in … Continue reading

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