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7/9/09 "Circus girl"
at Dr. Bissell's (waiting) about a little inflammation on his eye. Letitia home & fine. Went up to the bridge to see the airship but it didn't go. Trudy came home about 8 & we had a nice late supper again. July 7. Wed. Still fine. Went up to Highland Park & Trudy & Mother brought our supper up there - we staid till & after sunset & stopped at Cro'nest going home, for a little visit with Claude & Jo. Rode home. July 8. Thurs. Still fine! Lura quite purturbed about her Florence Penfield outfit troubles! She & the MacArthurs & Mabel came up tonight & we had a jolly time till 11:15. Mabel gave some monologues & we had strawberry sherbet & were all sore from laughing by bed time. July 8. Fri. Fine. Trudy left for Oswego. I went to the "Circus Girl" with Mary - sat down stairs & saw the 3 Rogers girls & the Lew Jonses. It was very good. July 10 Sat. Warm & Muggy. Looked like rain, but didn't. Mother & I went to the park (via. So Ave.) about 4. Dorothy
& Mrs. Shannon, our neighbors - went too. We met Mary Dickens & had supper there & then went down on the shore to see the water fete - which was indescribably beautiful - lanterns in all the trees & bushes - & strung across the river & bridges - a float all illumin- ated & all the club houses do. Hundreds of canoes & launches - & a full hundred I should say, decorated most elaborately

7/9/09 "Circus girl"
at Dr. Bissell's (waiting) about a little inflammation on his eye. Letitia home & fine. Went up to the bridge to see the airship but it didn't go. Trudy came home about 8 & we had a nice late supper again. July 7. Wed. Still fine. Went up to Highland Park & Trudy & Mother brought our supper up there - we staid till & after sunset & stopped at Cro'nest going home, for a little visit with Claude & Jo. Rode home. July 8. Thurs. Still fine! Lura quite purturbed about her Florence Penfield outfit troubles! She & the MacArthurs & Mabel came up tonight & we had a jolly time till 11:15. Mabel gave some monologues & we had strawberry sherbet & were all sore from laughing by bed time. July 8. Fri. Fine. Trudy left for Oswego. I went to the "Circus Girl" with Mary - sat down stairs & saw the 3 Rogers girls & the Lew Jonses. It was very good. July 10 Sat. Warm & Muggy. Looked like rain, but didn't. Mother & I went to the park (via. So Ave.) about 4. Dorothy
& Mrs. Shannon, our neighbors - went too. We met Mary Dickens & had supper there & then went down on the shore to see the water fete - which was indescribably beautiful - lanterns in all the trees & bushes - & strung across the river & bridges - a float all illumin- ated & all the club houses do. Hundreds of canoes & launches - & a full hundred I should say, decorated most elaborately

7/9/09 "Circus girl"
at Dr. Bissell's (waiting) about a little inflammation on his eye. Letitia home & fine. Went up to the bridge to see the airship but it didn't go. Trudy came home about 8 & we had a nice late supper again. July 7. Wed. Still fine. Went up to Highland Park & Trudy & Mother brought our supper up there - we staid till & after sunset & stopped at Cro'nest going home, for a little visit with Claude & Jo. Rode home. July 8. Thurs. Still fine! Lura quite purturbed about her Florence Penfield outfit troubles! She & the MacArthurs & Mabel came up tonight & we had a jolly time till 11:15. Mabel gave some monologues & we had strawberry sherbet & were all sore from laughing by bed time. July 8. Fri. Fine. Trudy left for Oswego. I went to the "Circus Girl" with Mary - sat down stairs & saw the 3 Rogers girls & the Lew Jonses. It was very good. July 10 Sat. Warm & Muggy. Looked like rain, but didn't. Mother & I went to the park (via. So Ave.) about 4. Dorothy
& Mrs. Shannon, our neighbors - went too. We met Mary Dickens & had supper there & then went down on the shore to see the water fete - which was indescribably beautiful - lanterns in all the trees & bushes - & strung across the river & bridges - a float all illumin- ated & all the club houses do. Hundreds of canoes & launches - & a full hundred I should say, decorated most elaborately
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