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Tuesday, June 18, 1918
Mary & I were up town this a. m.
I had a manicure. Knitted
again this afternoon. Mrs. Gooden
was new. This eve I entered
the yard & flowers. John &
Marnie came up later and
took us to the cemetery to
water the grass out there.
Mother had already gone to
bed. She is suffering with
rheumatism in her right arm.
Wednesday, June 19, 1918
Marnie & I kept the Canteen house
this afternoon. We enjoyed seeing
the baggage loaded on the train,
etc. Knitted all evening and
retired early. Letter from Mrs. J.