August 11, 1932

Thurs., 11  Morning devotions so filled with static that I do not get them. Make a custard pie. Ben & children come in at dinner time. Virginia stays & the rest go home. Letter from Tute Chadwick. Charlie Ruscoe commences to put a box on the back of the hourse to hang our disreputable clothes in. Heaven save me from wrath. Send a small order to Sears & Roebuck. Write Hattie.

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