Blanquita and her married sister and 2 nieces have a large house on Dewey Boulevard. The plan is peculiar. Blanquita’s bedroom was on the ground floor, a very large room, and it was there that we tried developing.
Around 8:30 she asked me to stay to dinner, which I did with pleasure and curiosity. The dinner was quite a variety of dishes, soup of a sort of Chinese variety, beans with oil and vinegar, very good roast chicken, and mangoes. Blanquita made me tell her sister all about the treasure hunt and Alaska. The two nieces were dark eyed Spanish girls, one rather pretty. I enjoyed the evening very much and I noticed none of the high tension atmosphere characteristic of the Fairchilds. At 10:30 Blanquita drove me back to the hotel.