June 18, 1932

Sat., 18  Morning devotions.  A warm day in the sun. Grace has many customers. Make a rhubarb pie. Strawberry shortcake for dinner. Housework & dishes. A little mending. Lovely on the porch in the morning & I do some of the work there. We go to Henrietta’s for supper. Letters from Gertrude & Ben. Poor, poor Ruth! She must go through still more & the end is not yet.

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