Friday Dec 25 Christmas Stormy blow from S & turned to NW & Colder all day Cora & kids came with Frank Florang Roy is not well we arose about 6-30 & the boys were astir & found many presents Mother Silver teaspoons rocking chair dishes & many things I got hdkfs & ties & hdkf box the girls got Slippers bread box bonbons laces ribbons boxes & fine things & Candy we sent old Comrade Hastings a mince pie & buns & Holdens ½ bu nice apples & 1 bu potatos Bell Maude Ralf & Otto here also Holden & Laura & Frank Florang in the Eve Otto took Vic to Chester to go to Des moines to visit Sylvia a week I gave him $8 & he had $4 they will have a cold trip
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