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It was such a gloomy day that we
invited ? and Jessie to bring their
work and come over for the day. We
all knitted industriously until late
afternoon. This is the first time I've
enjoyed it. It is coming so much
easier now. We had soup and
gingerbread for dinner. A war dinner.
About 5o'clock I walked down town
to get some meat for supper. Stopped
at the office and brought Harry home.
He had to work tonight. I wrote a note
of thanks to Wayne Townsley ? for Lucy's picture,
wrote Grace Berry & Prof. Preyer ? inviting
them to stay with us when they come
to Parsons. Answered Charlie's letter.
Thursday, Jan.10, 1918
Mother & I knit nearly all day.
She made me a beautiful rose
colored cap with white angora band
like my sweater. It has snowed
all day -- a fine glistening snow.
Harry & I were invited to Kate's to
a bridge club tonight. So we
went thro' a blinding snow. It
was nearly knee deep too. We
all had a good time. Nearly
all the club was there.