Went into the hives today and the come was bigger and had brood. There was also brood down in the hive. That queen really gets around! So I gently hive-tooled the comb off of the inner cover and pressed it onto the frame in position #8 (it was bare plastic frame). I hope they take care of it all and they are happy now.
As an aside, I tried out my big magnet in my suit pocket and it holds the hive tool in the "always ready" position. It's kind of hard to get off sometimes, but it's a strong magnet.
The good news is that all four hives are buzzing happily along, building comb and laying eggs and drinking syrup. I am hoping the temperatures will straighten out (it was down to 40F last night) and they'll start taking care of business making comb, bees, and honey.