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Monday, Aug. 5, 1918
Another very hot day. Didn't
leave the house until eve. and
then only for a few minutes.
Read all afternoon. Received
an interesting letter from Charlie
from St. [?] , France.
Tuesday, Aug. 6, 1918
Mrs. Broadman took Katie, Marnie,
Ethel H. Mabel K., Lottie & I in
honor of Ida B. to the country to
cook breakfast. It was very warm
but we had an enjoyable time.
Came home, cleaned the big pices
of silver ware and washed out a few
things. Went to the bank this
afternoon. Bought Katie half
dozen cut glass handled iced tea
glasses for her birthday.
Mother, Mary & I walked over
to see Tanta this eve.