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Wednesday, Dec. 25, 1918
Harry got in at 1 A. M. from K. C. We
were all up at six. I awoke Mary
to go down to see her Xmas tree. She
stood & looked & looked but made no
move to touch a thing. She was
rather sunned with so much at a
time. Our breakfst party began
arriving at 7:30. The Goodens & Freda,
Mr. S[?], John & Marnie, Geo. & family,
Tanta & Tessie, Mrs. Curry -- 17 in all.
They had a very hilarious time
and seemed to enjoy themselves
immensely. The toys were very
amusing. I received many lovely
gifts from the family. Harry gave me
six more Eng. bone china cups & a tile.
They cost $48 a dozen. Tessie & Marnie
each gave me a lovely bureau cover.
Thursday, Dec. 26, 1918
We had the turkey today that was
sent to Harry for a Xmas gift.
There wasn't enough gas to light
the oven to cook it. So mother
cooked it in the basement. John &
Marnie were here for dinner &
supper. We had all the turkey
we could eat. Marnie & I went
to the picture show this afternoon.
Mother, Harry, John & I played
"42" this evening.