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Saturday, Nov. 23, 1918
Very cold. Had Mary out this afternoon.
Went to a "kid"party tonight at
Edwards for Gracia & Mary. I
borrowed a dress of Nancy Cavanaugh.
Every one was dressed for school and
we surely turned loose and had
a good time. Each one did his
or her [stint?] for the Friday exercises.
The school board was present and
we had a spelling bee. The table
for refreshments seated 30 of us
and was lovely. We danced after-
ward. It was a most hilarious
evening. The ground was covered
with snow when we left at 12:45 A. M.
Sunday, Nov. 24, 1918
Have been home all day. no
gas much to heat the house
and scarcely any to cook with.
Geo., Katie & children were here
after dinner. John & Marnie
this evening. Mary has had
a good time all day and
evening. I played the piano
about an hour this eve.
Harry brot a dandy big box
of [B te?] candy with himi from