The story continues with the second journal. This is an entry from her personal diary, by Elizabeth Lancaster Carsey 80-years-ago. Click here to read more.
Alex of Saylor’s candy “Rememberance” from Drawer Z – Hobbs N.Mex. Has Carsey had a complete change of heart or merely becoming more human? Anyway he is precious to think of it! Don’t know when I’ve had anything as nice. A lovely box and grand candy. I must stop my raving to record a very successful S.S. party at Lula Burnsworth’s house. Three tables of “Hookey” and Lula and I didn’t play. Carlos V. took charge part of the time in 3 classes today – 4 rather – in all my 9. He is a gem!
Here’s what else was happening 80-years-ago today
In British Parliament, Labour MP William Adamson asked President of the Board of TradeWalter Runciman if there was “any special scrutiny of books and printed literature imported from other countries.” Runciman, pretending to be unaware that this was in reference to the censorship of foreign newspapers and magazines reporting on the king’s relationship with Wallis Simpson, asked Adamson to provide particulars to his office in order to get an answer. Ellen Wilkinson, also of Labour, then asked Runciman “why, in the case of two American magazines of high repute imported into this country during the last few weeks, at least two and sometimes three pages have been torn out; and what is this thing the British public are not allowed to see?” “My department has nothing to do with that”, Runciman answered