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72MARCH 12 Sat 1910 Mary's birthday (& Mate Willard's & Mil Steele's Mother says) a lovely sunny day. At noon I had a telephone message Lura sent by Alice Brad- shaw that Lilian died at 12:30 - The dear girl! Edith's Uncle Mort died today too. She has been home a couple of days as the Vacuum oil people are moving to R. Sav Bk. Their two funerals & Breck Perkins will be Monday. Claude stopped in tonight. I went to Mrs. Shortt's & Papa read. Sun 1911 It thundered in the night and rained this a.m. and a good deal of the day. We staid home for a change ( Pinto
was at dinner at CFB's) cleared up my bureau and wrote. This afternoon the 3 Tappans made a long call. The cats loved Jessie
.
Tues 1912 A sleety dark dreary day. I invited Mary, Lura & Chat to lunch (Nellie went to Boston yesterday) and after- ward we went down to Sibley's "Opening" - & had a real nice time. Was awfully tired tonight. Am sleeping in the den (for a change) this week! Wed 1913 Lovely. Forgetmenots to Mary. Mother lunched with me & we shopped. She brought me a little from Lydia
. Tonight sewed, wrote & had a bath & read. The stores are beautiful - lots of flowers & pretty clothes.
Thurs 1914. Gave Mary a rose & a postal card "Happy Birthday - Cheer up. What do you care with your good looks." Lunched at Sibley'sdined at the White Kitchen. After some "Movies" as Ruth K. was having & dinner party (Mother Miss Stubbs, Mrs. Bunnell, Miss Colberg & Miss Muir) They were still here when I got home & I helped put away dishes &c. later.

72MARCH 12 Sat 1910 Mary's birthday (& Mate Willard's & Mil Steele's Mother says) a lovely sunny day. At noon I had a telephone message Lura sent by Alice Brad- shaw that Lilian died at 12:30 - The dear girl! Edith's Uncle Mort died today too. She has been home a couple of days as the Vacuum oil people are moving to R. Sav Bk. Their two funerals & Breck Perkins will be Monday. Claude stopped in tonight. I went to Mrs. Shortt's & Papa read. Sun 1911 It thundered in the night and rained this a.m. and a good deal of the day. We staid home for a change ( Pinto
was at dinner at CFB's) cleared up my bureau and wrote. This afternoon the 3 Tappans made a long call. The cats loved Jessie
.
Tues 1912 A sleety dark dreary day. I invited Mary, Lura & Chat to lunch (Nellie went to Boston yesterday) and after- ward we went down to Sibley's "Opening" - & had a real nice time. Was awfully tired tonight. Am sleeping in the den (for a change) this week! Wed 1913 Lovely. Forgetmenots to Mary. Mother lunched with me & we shopped. She brought me a little from Lydia
. Tonight sewed, wrote & had a bath & read. The stores are beautiful - lots of flowers & pretty clothes.
Thurs 1914. Gave Mary a rose & a postal card "Happy Birthday - Cheer up. What do you care with your good looks." Lunched at Sibley'sdined at the White Kitchen. After some "Movies" as Ruth K. was having & dinner party (Mother Miss Stubbs, Mrs. Bunnell, Miss Colberg & Miss Muir) They were still here when I got home & I helped put away dishes &c. later.

72MARCH 12 Sat 1910 Mary's birthday (& Mate Willard's & Mil Steele's Mother says) a lovely sunny day. At noon I had a telephone message Lura sent by Alice Brad- shaw that Lilian died at 12:30 - The dear girl! Edith's Uncle Mort died today too. She has been home a couple of days as the Vacuum oil people are moving to R. Sav Bk. Their two funerals & Breck Perkins will be Monday. Claude stopped in tonight. I went to Mrs. Shortt's & Papa read. Sun 1911 It thundered in the night and rained this a.m. and a good deal of the day. We staid home for a change ( Pinto
was at dinner at CFB's) cleared up my bureau and wrote. This afternoon the 3 Tappans made a long call. The cats loved Jessie
.
Tues 1912 A sleety dark dreary day. I invited Mary, Lura & Chat to lunch (Nellie went to Boston yesterday) and after- ward we went down to Sibley's "Opening" - & had a real nice time. Was awfully tired tonight. Am sleeping in the den (for a change) this week! Wed 1913 Lovely. Forgetmenots to Mary. Mother lunched with me & we shopped. She brought me a little from Lydia
. Tonight sewed, wrote & had a bath & read. The stores are beautiful - lots of flowers & pretty clothes.
Thurs 1914. Gave Mary a rose & a postal card "Happy Birthday - Cheer up. What do you care with your good looks." Lunched at Sibley'sdined at the White Kitchen. After some "Movies" as Ruth K. was having & dinner party (Mother Miss Stubbs, Mrs. Bunnell, Miss Colberg & Miss Muir) They were still here when I got home & I helped put away dishes &c. later.
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