April 12, 1932

Tues., 12  Morning devotions. A blustering windy day with frequent snow squalls. Dumas has a big wash which we succeed in getting into the house & a lot of it ironed.    (sic) comes in the rain, which keeps up all day. She cleans the cellar-way & the new Pantry. I sort & put things away. Find the last letter written by George Fisher from Calif.

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