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who sang (?) “O why did they sell Killarney?” &c. &c. We ate candy & I took Mr. D's

arm & walked home and we had an old–time talk – He said he was 35 and asked my age (in his nice way) but Hilda thought him rude & wouldn’t let me tell him – we used “Billy” Sheldon’s coon skins for a rug, going to bed – It was cold
(12th)
Sunday dawned clear & cold. We were hours getting ready for church, for Hilda wore my new green flannel waist (I wore my gray silk one) We walked up St. George St and we went to St. Thomas’s (very late) Old Mr. Mc Collum (with whom I played whist at the Headland Stony Lake) officiated at communion! Then we went over to Dymond's – It was Mr. & Mrs. Dymond's
9th wedding anniversary and the first-time I’d ever seen them

who sang (?) “O why did they sell Killarney?” &c. &c. We ate candy & I took Mr. D's

arm & walked home and we had an old–time talk – He said he was 35 and asked my age (in his nice way) but Hilda thought him rude & wouldn’t let me tell him – we used “Billy” Sheldon’s coon skins for a rug, going to bed – It was cold
(12th)
Sunday dawned clear & cold. We were hours getting ready for church, for Hilda wore my new green flannel waist (I wore my gray silk one) We walked up St. George St and we went to St. Thomas’s (very late) Old Mr. Mc Collum (with whom I played whist at the Headland Stony Lake) officiated at communion! Then we went over to Dymond's – It was Mr. & Mrs. Dymond's
9th wedding anniversary and the first-time I’d ever seen them

who sang (?) “O why did they sell Killarney?” &c. &c. We ate candy & I took Mr. D's

arm & walked home and we had an old–time talk – He said he was 35 and asked my age (in his nice way) but Hilda thought him rude & wouldn’t let me tell him – we used “Billy” Sheldon’s coon skins for a rug, going to bed – It was cold
(12th)
Sunday dawned clear & cold. We were hours getting ready for church, for Hilda wore my new green flannel waist (I wore my gray silk one) We walked up St. George St and we went to St. Thomas’s (very late) Old Mr. Mc Collum (with whom I played whist at the Headland Stony Lake) officiated at communion! Then we went over to Dymond's – It was Mr. & Mrs. Dymond's
9th wedding anniversary and the first-time I’d ever seen them
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