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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1932

1932 (with Apple Orchard Record 1889-1890) 3.pdf

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{written on insert}

A Prayer For the New Year 1918

O to walk continually, without a break, in Thy prescence and power, dear Lord! O that Thou mayest attain to Thy fullest purpose in me! O that I may know Thee in a very real way and the power of Thy resurrection! O to be led deeper and deeper into the depths there are in Thee! O that Thy glory may shine through all that is human and earthly in me that it may be manifested in the transfiguration! O that the abounding life of love pulsating from Thy very heart through this humble member of Thy body may be felt by others! O to be more sensitive to the displeasure of the Spirit when in my life He sees that which is not Christ! O that the Wind - the Spirit- may blow through every nook and corner of Thy temple that there may be life in circulation and that the inner atmosphere may be ever pure! O absolute, entire, complete surrender to Thy Word through the Spirit in actual experience that I may be used of Thee in ministering to others in the power of God! O to wait more upon Thee to understand the need in the lives of others from Thy point of view! O that in me Thy work may be translated to life!

" There Jesus said... Great is thy faith: be it unto thee even as thou wilt." Matt. 15:20

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  1. 811

Janet Brown's Beret made with Byl # "g" Hook 8 balls - Angora {Largette Furida?}

4 chain close, 6 single chrochet into ring

next row, 2 S.C into every stitch

next row: 2 s.c into first stitch, 1 s.c into next

repeat around row

next row, 2 s.c into 1 stitch, 1 s.c into

next 1 s.c into next, repeat around, repeat this way always adding one more stitch between the increase until 12 stitches between

  1. now increases half wat between increases for one row

next row increase on the increased points

repeat from # until 9 or 8 inches diameter, then decrease alternately as increased till correct head syc & then work 4 rows single corochet in the back stitch.

{first portion of sentence obscured by added piece of blank paper} se increased till

{first portion of sentence obscured by added piece of blank paper} work 4 rows

{first portion of sentence obscured by added piece of blank paper}back of stitch.

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