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281SEPTEMBER 29 Thurs 1910 Fine still. The city gay with flags &c. and "red necked Democrats". Stopped at [illegible] and at Bess's this noon & walked up with Ruth Cun- ningham. Tonight went down into Cutler's & had a chat with the girls & Bridgman. Missed Lura. Tonight sat by the fire & sewed & Mother read "the Friendly Stars" - about Capella - which we identified &c. Alice Jones phoned me to dine with Helen Sayles tomorrow. Fri. 1911 Cold misty & rainy. A horrid dark day. The man cleaned out furnace & started furnace fire (Frieda's was started too, I think) Lunched with Mary, Nellie & Lura at Sibley's & went to the Hippo. Worked on books, lists &c. Tonight read aloud to Mother & to myself some too. Peter very affectionate. Came & got in my lap, poor dear. Sat up too late - writing &c. Sun 1912 Dreary cold rain this a.m. but I felt more rested & breakfast about 9:30 Persuaded Mother not to go to church At Cro'nest had a lovely time with boys & Cats &c. & they walked down with me. Edith came. They went back alone. Miss Fox came & sat by the grate & Gurdon & Ruth
came looking happy - a good day! Boys early!!
Mon 1913 Nice day. We are so enjoying our little cat. At first we could hardly tell him from Frieda's but he's smaller (& prettier) He weights 4½ lbs. Rufus weight 5 and Rastus 5¾ (he's lovely too) Mary Braun got back tonight. I read the new "American" Tues 1914 Warmer, but still cold. Mother came down and we bought her a blue serge dress & had her hat fixed (a silver rose) and I got a new green velvet hat &c. This pm went to the German poster exhibit with Claude. This evening (late) Ruth
had a Young man call.

281SEPTEMBER 29 Thurs 1910 Fine still. The city gay with flags &c. and "red necked Democrats". Stopped at [illegible] and at Bess's this noon & walked up with Ruth Cun- ningham. Tonight went down into Cutler's & had a chat with the girls & Bridgman. Missed Lura. Tonight sat by the fire & sewed & Mother read "the Friendly Stars" - about Capella - which we identified &c. Alice Jones phoned me to dine with Helen Sayles tomorrow. Fri. 1911 Cold misty & rainy. A horrid dark day. The man cleaned out furnace & started furnace fire (Frieda's was started too, I think) Lunched with Mary, Nellie & Lura at Sibley's & went to the Hippo. Worked on books, lists &c. Tonight read aloud to Mother & to myself some too. Peter very affectionate. Came & got in my lap, poor dear. Sat up too late - writing &c. Sun 1912 Dreary cold rain this a.m. but I felt more rested & breakfast about 9:30 Persuaded Mother not to go to church At Cro'nest had a lovely time with boys & Cats &c. & they walked down with me. Edith came. They went back alone. Miss Fox came & sat by the grate & Gurdon & Ruth
came looking happy - a good day! Boys early!!
Mon 1913 Nice day. We are so enjoying our little cat. At first we could hardly tell him from Frieda's but he's smaller (& prettier) He weights 4½ lbs. Rufus weight 5 and Rastus 5¾ (he's lovely too) Mary Braun got back tonight. I read the new "American" Tues 1914 Warmer, but still cold. Mother came down and we bought her a blue serge dress & had her hat fixed (a silver rose) and I got a new green velvet hat &c. This pm went to the German poster exhibit with Claude. This evening (late) Ruth
had a Young man call.

281SEPTEMBER 29 Thurs 1910 Fine still. The city gay with flags &c. and "red necked Democrats". Stopped at [illegible] and at Bess's this noon & walked up with Ruth Cun- ningham. Tonight went down into Cutler's & had a chat with the girls & Bridgman. Missed Lura. Tonight sat by the fire & sewed & Mother read "the Friendly Stars" - about Capella - which we identified &c. Alice Jones phoned me to dine with Helen Sayles tomorrow. Fri. 1911 Cold misty & rainy. A horrid dark day. The man cleaned out furnace & started furnace fire (Frieda's was started too, I think) Lunched with Mary, Nellie & Lura at Sibley's & went to the Hippo. Worked on books, lists &c. Tonight read aloud to Mother & to myself some too. Peter very affectionate. Came & got in my lap, poor dear. Sat up too late - writing &c. Sun 1912 Dreary cold rain this a.m. but I felt more rested & breakfast about 9:30 Persuaded Mother not to go to church At Cro'nest had a lovely time with boys & Cats &c. & they walked down with me. Edith came. They went back alone. Miss Fox came & sat by the grate & Gurdon & Ruth
came looking happy - a good day! Boys early!!
Mon 1913 Nice day. We are so enjoying our little cat. At first we could hardly tell him from Frieda's but he's smaller (& prettier) He weights 4½ lbs. Rufus weight 5 and Rastus 5¾ (he's lovely too) Mary Braun got back tonight. I read the new "American" Tues 1914 Warmer, but still cold. Mother came down and we bought her a blue serge dress & had her hat fixed (a silver rose) and I got a new green velvet hat &c. This pm went to the German poster exhibit with Claude. This evening (late) Ruth
had a Young man call.
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