June 28, 1927: “I guess we stay at home”

Tuesday 28 A most beautiful morning Amozelle called in the morning but did not sit down as full of business as she could hold. Thought we might go out tonight but it is clouding up fast + also it is 4 o’clock Clarence is not here yet so I guess we stay at home + I’ll read the “Depot Master” aloud + after the rest have gone to bed look over the papers + follow the rest of the family. I shelled some clams last night + [envied] them


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On this day in history: June 28, 1927 (Tuesday)
  • Lieutenants Lester J. Maitland and Albert F. Hegenberger took off from Oakland at 7:10 a.m. toward Honolulu in a race to become the first persons to fly from the U.S. mainland to the Hawaiian Islands. Ernest L. Smith set off at 9:38 am to catch them, but he had to return due to a defective lid on the cockpit.[60]

(source: Wiki)


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