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Monday, Dec. 9, 1918
This morning we washed all the dishes
in the china closet and that is
alwayis some task to get them all
back after we get them out. Harry
came home early for dinner and
then left for K. C. to be gone until
tomorrow night. Mother, Mary &
I went uptown early in the afternoon
as I wanted to go to the bank.
Mary Sedgwick was here for
supper and evening.
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1918
Marnie, Mother & Mary & I went out to the
State Hospital this A. M. to see
their annual exhibit of fancy work.
It is wonderful what these people
can do. Brought half a dozen
things -- some woven baskets, etc.
We walked out. I hurried home
as a woman promised to come
& wash this afternoon. She failed
to come so mother washed. I helped --
hung the clothes out. Then started
to iron. Ironed the linens --
sheets -- gowns etc. We were both
good & tired. Finished my 11th
sweater tongiht and did a good
bit of mending. Harry didn't