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6/19/09
Baetzels & Christine Amos, who is just leaving for England to be married to her sister's husband - with 3 children! She'll have a hotel up Georgian Bay way yet! Later Mary D., Marguerite and I went out to the Ball Park (after the parade) and saw a very funny "Field day" for the benefit of the Tuberculosis camp. Two funny ball games - parades, clowns. Jokes on everybody. We had a good time. The "empires body guard" of very tall & very short men in white swept & "anticepticed" the bases &c. before the [illegible] came in. The Dr. came in to the dead march & the lawyers to the rogues march &c. &c. That sort of thing kept up all the afternoon. When I got home I found that my dearest old Zozie- Kitty was no more. Dear old Mr. Daunton had taken him away & put him quietly to sleep at 5 o'clock. He hasn't been really himself all winter, & the last few week, so afraid he hid most of the time - which Father thought was a sign he was suffering. But he ate well and purred- the old dear - whenever I touched him & even liked to lie in my lap. We shall all miss him very much. June 20 Sun. Made prints this a.m. Spent the afternoon at Cro'nest. Minnie & Millie were out & Jo & I took care of the children after Father &

6/19/09
Baetzels & Christine Amos, who is just leaving for England to be married to her sister's husband - with 3 children! She'll have a hotel up Georgian Bay way yet! Later Mary D., Marguerite and I went out to the Ball Park (after the parade) and saw a very funny "Field day" for the benefit of the Tuberculosis camp. Two funny ball games - parades, clowns. Jokes on everybody. We had a good time. The "empires body guard" of very tall & very short men in white swept & "anticepticed" the bases &c. before the [illegible] came in. The Dr. came in to the dead march & the lawyers to the rogues march &c. &c. That sort of thing kept up all the afternoon. When I got home I found that my dearest old Zozie- Kitty was no more. Dear old Mr. Daunton had taken him away & put him quietly to sleep at 5 o'clock. He hasn't been really himself all winter, & the last few week, so afraid he hid most of the time - which Father thought was a sign he was suffering. But he ate well and purred- the old dear - whenever I touched him & even liked to lie in my lap. We shall all miss him very much. June 20 Sun. Made prints this a.m. Spent the afternoon at Cro'nest. Minnie & Millie were out & Jo & I took care of the children after Father &

6/19/09
Baetzels & Christine Amos, who is just leaving for England to be married to her sister's husband - with 3 children! She'll have a hotel up Georgian Bay way yet! Later Mary D., Marguerite and I went out to the Ball Park (after the parade) and saw a very funny "Field day" for the benefit of the Tuberculosis camp. Two funny ball games - parades, clowns. Jokes on everybody. We had a good time. The "empires body guard" of very tall & very short men in white swept & "anticepticed" the bases &c. before the [illegible] came in. The Dr. came in to the dead march & the lawyers to the rogues march &c. &c. That sort of thing kept up all the afternoon. When I got home I found that my dearest old Zozie- Kitty was no more. Dear old Mr. Daunton had taken him away & put him quietly to sleep at 5 o'clock. He hasn't been really himself all winter, & the last few week, so afraid he hid most of the time - which Father thought was a sign he was suffering. But he ate well and purred- the old dear - whenever I touched him & even liked to lie in my lap. We shall all miss him very much. June 20 Sun. Made prints this a.m. Spent the afternoon at Cro'nest. Minnie & Millie were out & Jo & I took care of the children after Father &
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