March 4, 1929

Mon., 4   Grey day. Snow soft—none in the road. George Darling splitting the wood. Now when it dries it can be thrown into the shed. It is n’t (sic) very dry to-night. Inaugeration (sic) Day. Have a bat (sic) before dinner, but move slowly & get thru. We get the ceremonies at Washington. Get Hoover’s speech and I listen until 4 P.M. as the parade & the bands go by the White House. It was educational, but I had to ring off in the middle of it. Finished the Den dresser. Letter from Ruth. Grace attends the Forest & Field club at Mr. Creighton’s.

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