May 6, 1932

Fri., 6  Morning devotions.  A lovely sunny day. Charles Chapman, whose wife was to be buried to-day died last night. Do the regular work, but not so very much at that. Two packages come from Helen for Mother’s Day. An electric flat iron & an aluminum cozy to heat tea water.  Why will she do it?

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