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Thursday, Dec. 5, 1918
Another delightful dayi. Attended
Ruth's line party at the Best this
afternoon with refreshments at
Holme's afterward. Have enjoyed a
quiet evening at home with Harry
& Mary. We sharpened knives,
all the pencils in thee house,
knitted, played blocks and
read a little. Was invited to another
party tomorrow night at Mrs.
Burnett's but regretted. The[re?] is
much entertaining since the
signing of the armistice but a
little goes a long way with us.
Friday, Dec. 6, 1918
Got up at 6 A. M. and was at the
Canteen before the whistle blew [?]
It is a fine down ther now -- so big
and roomy. All the soldiers are
served inside. We had only
about 100 during the day. Among
our donations today was $100
from Oswego. I worked from
7 A. M. until 10:30 A. M. From
7 P. M. until 10 P. M. Then Mabel,
Helene & I went to a party at
Burnette's -- didn't get home
until midnight. The party was
lots of fun. Among the stunts
was a mock wedding.