April 23, 1927: “Mrs Bennet intercepted them”

Saturday the twenty third
A pleasant day + Audrea + her mother went to take her violin lesson. Got back at noon + Edith did some cooking + when Clarence came they attempted to go out to do some shopping but Mrs Bennet intercepted them + it was late when they got away. So everything else was late + hurried. I wish people who had nothing to do themselves would let those who had do it. A late dinner + late to bed after reading aloud went to bed


On this day in history: April 23, 1927 (Saturday)
  • Twenty-one workers were burned to death and more than one hundred were injured in an explosion and fire that destroyed the auto body plant of Briggs Manufacturing Company in Detroit. A subsequent investigation concluded that the blast had been caused by a spark that ignited nitrocellulose fumes in the process of lacquering car bodies.[43]
  • Cardiff City won the FA Cup after beating Arsenal 1–0 at Wembley Stadium before a crowd of 91,206. The winning goal was scored accidentally when Arsenal’s goalie knocked the ball into the net while trying to gather it in.[44] The 52nd championship game was the first FA Cup final to be broadcast on the radio, and the only one to be won by a non-English team.[45]

(source: Wiki)


ORIGINAL DIARY PAGES:

1927.04.22-24 - Annie F Morris diary


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