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1896
Cyclone. 600
family picture at the lake tonight - but I'd promised the Davises to go to South Park. J.G. was down early and wrote family letters all day - the poor - good man - Kept me reading & writing them for him. At noon I went to Bessie Ives' wedding in our church with Mama. She married that delightful Mr. Henry Dunn of Bradstreet's. Such a pretty wedding. The church all trimmed with ferns & daisies - white & yellow - and such pretty costumes - 6 bridesmaids all in white & pretty big hats - pink, yellow & red - and a maid of honor & little Betty Lee a flower girl. The little bride looked very sweet indeed, I thought. & the groom handsome & happy. I walked up with Charella & Daisy Swan, after- ward - and then went to Harned's & had a nice lunch with Ned & Edith. The wind got very strong this p.m., but some of us decided to go to the park just the same Rode up there with Claude, Papa & Mama & the lunch basket on the car. Soon Helen & Frank Davis & Ned (& another lunch box) came and we went down to the nice place where the picnic tables are & spread one & put out our nice lettuce sandwiches & snaps & cake & cucumber & olives &c. & had a feast (all so hungry from riding in the wind) and watched the squirrels. It was a jolly meal and afterwards we raced - & threw stones in a hole & danced &

1896
Cyclone. 600
family picture at the lake tonight - but I'd promised the Davises to go to South Park. J.G. was down early and wrote family letters all day - the poor - good man - Kept me reading & writing them for him. At noon I went to Bessie Ives' wedding in our church with Mama. She married that delightful Mr. Henry Dunn of Bradstreet's. Such a pretty wedding. The church all trimmed with ferns & daisies - white & yellow - and such pretty costumes - 6 bridesmaids all in white & pretty big hats - pink, yellow & red - and a maid of honor & little Betty Lee a flower girl. The little bride looked very sweet indeed, I thought. & the groom handsome & happy. I walked up with Charella & Daisy Swan, after- ward - and then went to Harned's & had a nice lunch with Ned & Edith. The wind got very strong this p.m., but some of us decided to go to the park just the same Rode up there with Claude, Papa & Mama & the lunch basket on the car. Soon Helen & Frank Davis & Ned (& another lunch box) came and we went down to the nice place where the picnic tables are & spread one & put out our nice lettuce sandwiches & snaps & cake & cucumber & olives &c. & had a feast (all so hungry from riding in the wind) and watched the squirrels. It was a jolly meal and afterwards we raced - & threw stones in a hole & danced &

1896
Cyclone. 600
family picture at the lake tonight - but I'd promised the Davises to go to South Park. J.G. was down early and wrote family letters all day - the poor - good man - Kept me reading & writing them for him. At noon I went to Bessie Ives' wedding in our church with Mama. She married that delightful Mr. Henry Dunn of Bradstreet's. Such a pretty wedding. The church all trimmed with ferns & daisies - white & yellow - and such pretty costumes - 6 bridesmaids all in white & pretty big hats - pink, yellow & red - and a maid of honor & little Betty Lee a flower girl. The little bride looked very sweet indeed, I thought. & the groom handsome & happy. I walked up with Charella & Daisy Swan, after- ward - and then went to Harned's & had a nice lunch with Ned & Edith. The wind got very strong this p.m., but some of us decided to go to the park just the same Rode up there with Claude, Papa & Mama & the lunch basket on the car. Soon Helen & Frank Davis & Ned (& another lunch box) came and we went down to the nice place where the picnic tables are & spread one & put out our nice lettuce sandwiches & snaps & cake & cucumber & olives &c. & had a feast (all so hungry from riding in the wind) and watched the squirrels. It was a jolly meal and afterwards we raced - & threw stones in a hole & danced &
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