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Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1918
This little volume is to deal mostly
with the sayings and doings of Mary.
This afternoon she was well bundled up
in her little pink sweater, white coat
pussy hood with the new colored ribbons
and white fur. We drove -- Harry, Mary &
I with Mr. & Mrs. Fox to Oswego. It was
a very enjoyable ride -- got back
just at sunset and it was a gorgeous
one. Mary was ready for "ma pillow"
as she says and retired without
any trouble. Harry spent most of
his evening planning about the water
company. No water for the engine.
The goverment has taken over th e
roads now. Mother poured tea at the
reception at George's this afternoon.
Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1918
Harry was out of town. Mother, Mary
& I traveled down town. Mother stayed
at the Red Cross rooms all day. I
have written all my Xmas letters to
Ella, Alberta, John A. , Mrs. Hoke, Mrs
Hohnson, Keene & Florence S.
Mother gave me today a beautiful
white enamel kitchen table for
our anniversary present and Harry
a hammered brass cigar jar. Harry
returned tonight. Brought me four
pounds of butter.