I were but little happy if I could say how much -Shakespeare

Temp 38-58° F

Maurice awakened at 5 o’clock and got up and turned on the radio for the Red Rocks Easter Service. We stayed in bed through it and the sunrise service from California. The wind was so high in the Park of the Red Rocks, it turned the electric organ over. We had breakfast at 7:30 and heard Easter music and sermons all morning.

Dinner at 12:30. In PM, I looked over The Sunday Post and Maurice was in bed. Dean and Mary came over for a while Mr and Mrs H went to Denver to see Jewell’s new home. I listened to and saw The Wide Wide World and part of The Court Marshal of Captain or General Mitchel.

Supper at 6, Ed Sullivan, Ted Mack, and What’s My Line.