Sat 23 dark cloudy Snow flurries colder 29 deg [degrees] Mother sick at her stomach & dizzy cant get up I feel good read the morning paper McAdoo  US treas & rr director resigned I staid in doors most of the day wasn’t out for a walk Willard asked me to go twice but I thot I was better off in the house he went in the eve & got a chicken donated for Sunday Harriet & I ate a good apple this eve
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