November 16, 1926

Tues., 16   Sorrell’s men come to put up storm windows & doors. They start in to lay linoleum on the kitchen floor. Leave at 4 o’clock becuase Rex Adams, one of them, hears of the death of his niece, Ethel Seguin, at Mary Fletcher Hospital. The kitchen stove pipe is dosconnected & the stove is close to the sink, but I manage to get around & get the meals. Dumas washes windows etc.  Rain, pouring rain!

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