May 12, 1932

Thurs., 12  Morning devotions.  A lovely day. Make a strawberry shortcake for dinner. Also have bullpouts caught this afternoon in Lake Champlain. Go with Tuttle through Panton & Addison after dinner. A most wonderful country since it is new. The trees are soft & feathery, just leaving out (sic). After a sleepless night, Lillian Emerson & a young woman call. On their way from Richford to Rutland. She visited Ben’s grave & ordered flowers for Memorial Day.

 

This Ben is, I think, an uncle.

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