Friday May 21 A very nice growing day Bells last day of School I helped Holden on the Scale house till noon & some after & we Mag Sylvia Harriet & I went to Keota to see Bell graduate I got Supper at a restaurant 25c put team in A E Adams barn 25c Mag & the girls went to Mrs. Sanders the Exercises were real good & Bell had secured good seats for us the orations were all good & Bells not behind any of them we got home at 1 in the night roads Some rought but midling fair Sow the first corn up this spring I paid Harve $5 Bell Stayed at Keota
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