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the beginning of a poem and there was laughter & gaiety. Everyone seemed to feel good. We wore light dresses & flowers & things & after supper had corn soup &c. &c. & I took a flashlight and then we played pedro – I got the booby prize! a huge bottle (whiskey bottle) marked “Vera Violette, Roger & Gallet,” and filled with water. Claire

was highest – but Mary highest of the club – she got a pillow – & Helen a “consolation” of a pretty little frame. I gave each of the girls the Pleasant Pt. picture of Helen – they seemed much pleased. We had a very jolly evening – Mary’s break this time was that she tho’t Helen Davis' glasses were a new thing! Edith came & staid with me that night to help carry home my stuff. She tho’t my hair mattress was lovely. Mama has been more or less sick for a week & went to Dr. Biegler. Before the 12 Perfects Dinner, Thursday I went up to Mrs. Hoyt’s to a


the beginning of a poem and there was laughter & gaiety. Everyone seemed to feel good. We wore light dresses & flowers & things & after supper had corn soup &c. &c. & I took a flashlight and then we played pedro – I got the booby prize! a huge bottle (whiskey bottle) marked “Vera Violette, Roger & Gallet,” and filled with water. Claire

was highest – but Mary highest of the club – she got a pillow – & Helen a “consolation” of a pretty little frame. I gave each of the girls the Pleasant Pt. picture of Helen – they seemed much pleased. We had a very jolly evening – Mary’s break this time was that she tho’t Helen Davis' glasses were a new thing! Edith came & staid with me that night to help carry home my stuff. She tho’t my hair mattress was lovely. Mama has been more or less sick for a week & went to Dr. Biegler. Before the 12 Perfects Dinner, Thursday I went up to Mrs. Hoyt’s to a


the beginning of a poem and there was laughter & gaiety. Everyone seemed to feel good. We wore light dresses & flowers & things & after supper had corn soup &c. &c. & I took a flashlight and then we played pedro – I got the booby prize! a huge bottle (whiskey bottle) marked “Vera Violette, Roger & Gallet,” and filled with water. Claire

was highest – but Mary highest of the club – she got a pillow – & Helen a “consolation” of a pretty little frame. I gave each of the girls the Pleasant Pt. picture of Helen – they seemed much pleased. We had a very jolly evening – Mary’s break this time was that she tho’t Helen Davis' glasses were a new thing! Edith came & staid with me that night to help carry home my stuff. She tho’t my hair mattress was lovely. Mama has been more or less sick for a week & went to Dr. Biegler. Before the 12 Perfects Dinner, Thursday I went up to Mrs. Hoyt’s to a

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