|Bertha's name is left, notice Not So Fast Bub below and right ...|
Kathy Sullivan found information about a few of the names on this quilt. In the 1930 census, a widowed Bertha Weeks, age 50, was head of a household of three daughters: Naomi, age 27, Elizabeth, age 24, and June, age 15. They lived in Bethel, Ohio, (Clermont county). By 1940, June was living in another household, Naomi was there too ...
|Corners were popular spots for embroidery - this corner got pretty wild ...|
|Bertha Weeks / Freda / Doris - notice the reversed S's|
|The Army / Air Corps fabric in the middle was popular during World War II.|