July 14, 1932

Thurs., 14  Morning devotions. Tuttle goes after Anna & children & takes Warner home. I get a dinner of sword fish, greens & strawberry shortcake. Wilma at the helm washing the dishes. We have a picnic supper under an apple tree. Tuttle has his car simonized, which is Greek. Henrietta & Warner come to eat supper with us. Grace’s helpers digging plants for a garden in Brandon. Mildred Tabor calls on Anna. The girls go home & we are alone. A letter from Concord. Ruth is no better. Will not eat. Earl Kelly, a suicide, buried to-day.

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