October 17th 1901 A very warm pleasant day & we visited & wore our good clothes & in the Eve went over to Fred Klokentager to reception had a real pleasant time good lap Supper 25 present all told & we got home at 10-30 Dr Gates & wife called & took tea & went away on the Eve train I went with them to the train he has poor health was a member of 11th Ioa [Iowa] Co A in Civil war
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