The story continues with the second journal. This is an entry from her personal diary, by Elizabeth Lancaster
Thanksgiving! Got up late. Saw “Wife Doctor Nurse” at Premier last night. Was good. Ate dinner with Klyngo, went to the new Museum (art) in the afternoon and met Mr. Sprague, in charge. Ate supper, Aylce Claire and I, at Martens. Charlotte St. John and Mr. Coppeg’s other guests. Very enjoyable day. Addie, Jim and Henry Clark came down last night for the holiday. They went to Lela’s in the mts. today. Lavora takes them home Sat. Letters from Arnold, Ty-ty and Diantha.
Here’s what else was happening 80-years-ago today:
French authorities arrested Eugène Deloncle, the alleged ringleader of the monarchist plot to overthrow the French republic
Men enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at the Midnight Mission, Los Angeles.
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain responded to a question in the House of Commons about Lord Halifax’s recent trip to Germany by explaining that the visit was “entirely private and unofficial” and so he would not “make any further statement in regard to them at this stage.” Chamberlain called speculation in the British press about the nature of the discussions “not only irresponsible but highly inaccurate.”