Sunday May 30 Partly cloudy sultry feels like rain Mrs Carr & Mrs Pope went to By Wilsons at 10-15 Maude & I went to gar [Grand Army of the Republic] hall & with a doz or so of post and wrc [Women’s Relief Corps] Each We Marched to the ME Church & listened to a not very appropriate Memorial Sermon by Ben Woods Hawk & Lindsay assisting A Naidly girl came to work for us I called on the pres of the WRC Mrs Lewis She was not able to be out to day I found her feeling hopefull Maude & I sponged Mother off & put on clean clothes
 Woman’s Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)
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