April 17, 1932

Sun., 17  renew gargle  (sic)  No devotions but a Fosdick sermon to-night. Snowing hard all morning & the ground is white. Mocking bird comes back. We are alone at a chicken dinner. Charlie Ruscoe working for Grace. Write penscript letters to Ruth, Helen, Gertrude & Anna. Fosdick sermon. Some static.

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