April 25, 1932

Mon., 25  Daylight saving time, and morning devotions come at 7-15. I cut a dress (part of one) from the green broadcloth I got from Sears & Roebuck Co. Am facing it with black, because it does not show dirt like white. Doing the housework, etc. Letter from Ruth.  The furnace misbehaves & Tuttle gets a man to fix it. He goes to Bristol.

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