November 1, 1929

Fri., 1  Morning devotions. Make a custard pie, get dinner, etc. Boiled mackerel. A rainy day in which no man can work. An old wagon stands on our front lawn, put there by Halloween prowlers last night. Cut carpet rags. Dr. Foote comes to see me in the afternoon. Letters from Ben & Helen.

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