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103APRIL 12 Tues. 1910 Fine bright day, but cold & windy. Lunched with Gil- more & a new little place around on Main St. & went to Hippo. Mother had the Autumn Chapter this afternoon & served sherbet & cake on her new Golden Wedding dishes - we had some for supper & to give to the Rowe's - Mrs. R. (just from Dansville) and Marguerite came over this evening. Later I read "Keziah Coffin" and wrote letters &c - a nice one from Alice. Wed. 1911 Lovely morning. The Flacks came on horse back before I was up. I rode out to the end of Monroe Ave. & thro' Gilmore's lot & all around thro' Pinnacle Road & Crosman Terrace. Not busy today. Visited Miss Stowell &c. Tonight walked out to Chattie Davis . It was her birthday & she invited me to supper - (chicken, ice cream - &c.) Frances was dear & meet Miss Boyd &c. Later Chat & I went to Convention Hall
to see "The Passion Play" in moving pictures - awful!
Fri. 1912 Awfully stormy. Went down to the steel car barns & got Mother's umbrella at noon. Missed the car & walked home in the rain. The paper hangers disap- pointed Mother &c. &c. We finished reading "The Married Life of the Frederic Carrolls" tonight. Bath & then bed. Sat. 1913 Sunshine & otherwise. Planned an afternoon with Coralyn
, but Bert Eastwood suddenly de- cided to go to south with Geo. Eastman and so Jim & I devoted the day to finishing his specifications. I didn't have any lunch at all. Met Chat in Scrantom's after five & she took me home with her to her nice birthday supper. Frankthere & Hamilton came in. Then go North Tuesday. Franceshas roller skates!
Sun. 1914 A cold - but sunny - Easter. I was home doing odds & end this a.m. Ruth D. upstairs with the mumps & the Boys & Claude came to dinner. Later they went to S.S. and I went up to Cro'nest & gave them their dinner when they came home and staid till 8:30 or so (Carmichael walked out with Marie!)

103APRIL 12 Tues. 1910 Fine bright day, but cold & windy. Lunched with Gil- more & a new little place around on Main St. & went to Hippo. Mother had the Autumn Chapter this afternoon & served sherbet & cake on her new Golden Wedding dishes - we had some for supper & to give to the Rowe's - Mrs. R. (just from Dansville) and Marguerite came over this evening. Later I read "Keziah Coffin" and wrote letters &c - a nice one from Alice. Wed. 1911 Lovely morning. The Flacks came on horse back before I was up. I rode out to the end of Monroe Ave. & thro' Gilmore's lot & all around thro' Pinnacle Road & Crosman Terrace. Not busy today. Visited Miss Stowell &c. Tonight walked out to Chattie Davis . It was her birthday & she invited me to supper - (chicken, ice cream - &c.) Frances was dear & meet Miss Boyd &c. Later Chat & I went to Convention Hall
to see "The Passion Play" in moving pictures - awful!
Fri. 1912 Awfully stormy. Went down to the steel car barns & got Mother's umbrella at noon. Missed the car & walked home in the rain. The paper hangers disap- pointed Mother &c. &c. We finished reading "The Married Life of the Frederic Carrolls" tonight. Bath & then bed. Sat. 1913 Sunshine & otherwise. Planned an afternoon with Coralyn
, but Bert Eastwood suddenly de- cided to go to south with Geo. Eastman and so Jim & I devoted the day to finishing his specifications. I didn't have any lunch at all. Met Chat in Scrantom's after five & she took me home with her to her nice birthday supper. Frankthere & Hamilton came in. Then go North Tuesday. Franceshas roller skates!
Sun. 1914 A cold - but sunny - Easter. I was home doing odds & end this a.m. Ruth D. upstairs with the mumps & the Boys & Claude came to dinner. Later they went to S.S. and I went up to Cro'nest & gave them their dinner when they came home and staid till 8:30 or so (Carmichael walked out with Marie!)

103APRIL 12 Tues. 1910 Fine bright day, but cold & windy. Lunched with Gil- more & a new little place around on Main St. & went to Hippo. Mother had the Autumn Chapter this afternoon & served sherbet & cake on her new Golden Wedding dishes - we had some for supper & to give to the Rowe's - Mrs. R. (just from Dansville) and Marguerite came over this evening. Later I read "Keziah Coffin" and wrote letters &c - a nice one from Alice. Wed. 1911 Lovely morning. The Flacks came on horse back before I was up. I rode out to the end of Monroe Ave. & thro' Gilmore's lot & all around thro' Pinnacle Road & Crosman Terrace. Not busy today. Visited Miss Stowell &c. Tonight walked out to Chattie Davis . It was her birthday & she invited me to supper - (chicken, ice cream - &c.) Frances was dear & meet Miss Boyd &c. Later Chat & I went to Convention Hall
to see "The Passion Play" in moving pictures - awful!
Fri. 1912 Awfully stormy. Went down to the steel car barns & got Mother's umbrella at noon. Missed the car & walked home in the rain. The paper hangers disap- pointed Mother &c. &c. We finished reading "The Married Life of the Frederic Carrolls" tonight. Bath & then bed. Sat. 1913 Sunshine & otherwise. Planned an afternoon with Coralyn
, but Bert Eastwood suddenly de- cided to go to south with Geo. Eastman and so Jim & I devoted the day to finishing his specifications. I didn't have any lunch at all. Met Chat in Scrantom's after five & she took me home with her to her nice birthday supper. Frankthere & Hamilton came in. Then go North Tuesday. Franceshas roller skates!
Sun. 1914 A cold - but sunny - Easter. I was home doing odds & end this a.m. Ruth D. upstairs with the mumps & the Boys & Claude came to dinner. Later they went to S.S. and I went up to Cro'nest & gave them their dinner when they came home and staid till 8:30 or so (Carmichael walked out with Marie!)
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