June 2, 1932

Thurs., 2  Morning devotions. Another fine day. We go to St. Albans after dinner. Find them well & all right. It is a beautiful country & the new Packard rides easy. It cannot go as we planned. A package from Ruth to Mr. Tuttle contains her electric toaster, 5 1/2 yds. of purple sateen, intended for me, a stone from the Dead Sea and a Testament with Tuttle’s name written in it. Poor, poor daughter!

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2 Responses to June 2, 1932

  1. RoseAnn Johnson says:

    My goodness, Mary. This is really evidence of Ruth’s mental decline. Sad.

    Sent from my iPad


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