Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1906 (Wednesday) – Alfred (Alfred Oscar Lunt, Jr.) and Lillian (Lillian Lunt) went over to their Grandma Sperry’s (Caroline Webb) to watch for their father (Alfred Oscar Lunt) when he came on the train. He stood on the back of the train and waved to them, which pleased them very much. My husband was here […]

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1906 (Sunday) – My sister Lillian (Lillian May Sperry) came up and had dinner with us, Ada (Ada Salisbury/Taylor) came over with her two children and spent the afternoon, I helped her home with the children in the evening. Alveretta Evans was here in the afternoon for a little while. Pearl (Eva Pearl Sperry) and […]

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1906 (Thursday) – In the afternoon I went to Relief Meeting. We had a lovely meeting. Sister Chapple gave the lesson. Afterwards several bore their testimony, The main topic of discussion seemed to be on charity. They said no matter how good we are, or how much we do if we have not charity, the […]

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1906 (Sunday) – I was able to get up in the forenoon. My head was much better and I didn’t chill so much, but my poor throat was surely sore, I could scarcely speak a word. Lillian (Lillian May Sperry) went home and took my Lillian (Lillian Lunt) with her. Retta (Retta Sperry) went back to […]

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Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1906 (Saturday) – In the night I took very sick to the stomach and chilled, I could hardly get warm. This morning I was unable to get up and remained in bed until 2:30 p.m. I had a severe nervous headache and sore throat. I sat up until half past six and then went to […]

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1906 (Monday) – New Year’s Day. I let Clara (Clara Golden) stay home today. I had Melvin (Henry Melvin Sperry), Retta (Retta Sperry), Lillian (Lillian May Sperry), Pearl (Eva Pearl Sperry) and Ruth (Ruth Sperry) up for supper.

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