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7/28/04
lent me his glass and I found out he knew "Jules Guerin" - Claude's friend - who had some pictures in the August Scribner. We had a very nice afternoon. It was so lovely and sunny and bright on deck - but cool, nevertheless - 54° in the sun along toward "tea time - Mrs. M.
Laura and I disappeared, when Mrs. Foster went to take a nap. Laura took the lace paper from our various candy boxes and made a "doiley" and I took the caraway seed candies and decorated the Cake with "E.B. (?) F" and "1904" and rick-rack around the edge and to candy hearts "I'll be true" and "in the morning" (the best we could find in Mackinaw!) and in the middle set my brass candlestick gift and one candle! Of course we could hardly wait for dinner and at dessert the wonderful cake was brought in - lighted! - and "attracted the attention of all these present". Needless to say the Lady was overwhelmed with delight. After we'd had some it was sent to the purser's table, and came back decorated with the cards of those who indulged. It was really quite a grand dinner and we all kept our "souvenir menus" that they'd been trying to pursuade us to send as postal cards to our friends, all the way up. After supper dinner (I get

7/28/04
lent me his glass and I found out he knew "Jules Guerin" - Claude's friend - who had some pictures in the August Scribner. We had a very nice afternoon. It was so lovely and sunny and bright on deck - but cool, nevertheless - 54° in the sun along toward "tea time - Mrs. M.
Laura and I disappeared, when Mrs. Foster went to take a nap. Laura took the lace paper from our various candy boxes and made a "doiley" and I took the caraway seed candies and decorated the Cake with "E.B. (?) F" and "1904" and rick-rack around the edge and to candy hearts "I'll be true" and "in the morning" (the best we could find in Mackinaw!) and in the middle set my brass candlestick gift and one candle! Of course we could hardly wait for dinner and at dessert the wonderful cake was brought in - lighted! - and "attracted the attention of all these present". Needless to say the Lady was overwhelmed with delight. After we'd had some it was sent to the purser's table, and came back decorated with the cards of those who indulged. It was really quite a grand dinner and we all kept our "souvenir menus" that they'd been trying to pursuade us to send as postal cards to our friends, all the way up. After supper dinner (I get

7/28/04
lent me his glass and I found out he knew "Jules Guerin" - Claude's friend - who had some pictures in the August Scribner. We had a very nice afternoon. It was so lovely and sunny and bright on deck - but cool, nevertheless - 54° in the sun along toward "tea time - Mrs. M.
Laura and I disappeared, when Mrs. Foster went to take a nap. Laura took the lace paper from our various candy boxes and made a "doiley" and I took the caraway seed candies and decorated the Cake with "E.B. (?) F" and "1904" and rick-rack around the edge and to candy hearts "I'll be true" and "in the morning" (the best we could find in Mackinaw!) and in the middle set my brass candlestick gift and one candle! Of course we could hardly wait for dinner and at dessert the wonderful cake was brought in - lighted! - and "attracted the attention of all these present". Needless to say the Lady was overwhelmed with delight. After we'd had some it was sent to the purser's table, and came back decorated with the cards of those who indulged. It was really quite a grand dinner and we all kept our "souvenir menus" that they'd been trying to pursuade us to send as postal cards to our friends, all the way up. After supper dinner (I get
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