July 28, 1932

Thurs., 28  Morning devotions. Hot in the sun. The Pilger funeral held this afternoon. We get ideas from outward appearances. I always imagined that Mrs. Pilger stayed home in the house. I never saw any sign of her. Can 24 pints of blueberries. Wash & label them. Quite a stunt! Letter from Anna. Two extra copies of my essay from the Herald. I send Edith Chamberlain a copy of “Castles in Memory,” for Anna. Write her a letter & one to Ella Tullar & Mrs. Richmond. Go out to Henrietta’s after supper.

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