January 14, 1932

Thurs., Jan. 14  Morning devotions.  A gorgeous day, mild as October.  Do the morning work and get dinner.  Write Ruth.  Mend stockings.  Grace goes down town, brings me “Salt of Vt.” by Walter Hard, from the library.  Tuttle gives me a ride to Middlebury via Reef Bridge & Lemon Fair.  At 5 o’clock we hear the ceremony at London of locking up the Crown Jewels in the Tower.  The announcer said the ceremony had never once been omitted in the last 600 years. Martha Thorne is dead. Grace goes to Com. meeting at the library in the evening.



Here’s a link to a review of a bit of Walter Hard’s work.



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