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Baker a minute and met Mrs. Brettle (her daughter Ruth
- teaching in Albion - called with Marguerite Rowe on Friday) It still poured when I left church and took a walk(!) After dinner (so good) we had a talk & it really stopped raining. Edith had to pack and I 'phoned May Hartman then walked up there to "Top Col".

The sun came out a few streaks and it was most beautiful. There was snow on some hilltops toward Wayland. Albert
& May were there but not Mr. & Mrs. A.O. (who were on their way home from Elmira) I went thro' the house, ate grapes & admired the view. Then Bishop Berry & his wife & some other people called & when they had gone Albert
drove me down to Andrews. Edith came in with Marie Rouse (the little milliner) & we all had supper together & then they get on the 7-o'clock bus - Moonlight, but very cold. Had a nice visit tonight Oct. 21. Mon. A heavy frost last night but a most beautiful morning. Dr. drove me to the 9-o'clock train. The ride to R.
was most lovely. I never saw lovelier autumn colors - Oh! to live in the country in the Fall! Got in at 11 and home to lunch at 1. Mother had come. Marguerite came over tonight. Mary Belle let me have the "Younger Set"
and I read it all the evening

Baker a minute and met Mrs. Brettle (her daughter Ruth
- teaching in Albion - called with Marguerite Rowe on Friday) It still poured when I left church and took a walk(!) After dinner (so good) we had a talk & it really stopped raining. Edith had to pack and I 'phoned May Hartman then walked up there to "Top Col".

The sun came out a few streaks and it was most beautiful. There was snow on some hilltops toward Wayland. Albert
& May were there but not Mr. & Mrs. A.O. (who were on their way home from Elmira) I went thro' the house, ate grapes & admired the view. Then Bishop Berry & his wife & some other people called & when they had gone Albert
drove me down to Andrews. Edith came in with Marie Rouse (the little milliner) & we all had supper together & then they get on the 7-o'clock bus - Moonlight, but very cold. Had a nice visit tonight Oct. 21. Mon. A heavy frost last night but a most beautiful morning. Dr. drove me to the 9-o'clock train. The ride to R.
was most lovely. I never saw lovelier autumn colors - Oh! to live in the country in the Fall! Got in at 11 and home to lunch at 1. Mother had come. Marguerite came over tonight. Mary Belle let me have the "Younger Set"
and I read it all the evening

Baker a minute and met Mrs. Brettle (her daughter Ruth
- teaching in Albion - called with Marguerite Rowe on Friday) It still poured when I left church and took a walk(!) After dinner (so good) we had a talk & it really stopped raining. Edith had to pack and I 'phoned May Hartman then walked up there to "Top Col".

The sun came out a few streaks and it was most beautiful. There was snow on some hilltops toward Wayland. Albert
& May were there but not Mr. & Mrs. A.O. (who were on their way home from Elmira) I went thro' the house, ate grapes & admired the view. Then Bishop Berry & his wife & some other people called & when they had gone Albert
drove me down to Andrews. Edith came in with Marie Rouse (the little milliner) & we all had supper together & then they get on the 7-o'clock bus - Moonlight, but very cold. Had a nice visit tonight Oct. 21. Mon. A heavy frost last night but a most beautiful morning. Dr. drove me to the 9-o'clock train. The ride to R.
was most lovely. I never saw lovelier autumn colors - Oh! to live in the country in the Fall! Got in at 11 and home to lunch at 1. Mother had come. Marguerite came over tonight. Mary Belle let me have the "Younger Set"
and I read it all the evening
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