Tues Dec 26 Snowy damp nearly a rain real dark I done the chores we Slept rather late Emma came on the 10 AM train I got 20c pork for dinner also 50c ground beef for veal loaf the boys & I cleared the Snow off the walks twice morning & Evening it has Stopt Snowing this Eve but looks & feels like a deep snow Ezra Bradford Lyman B & wife [Cora] & Ruth & Maude Bradford Luthers girl[s] were all here to Supper by invitation Leslie run the graphophone awhile & then left Vic didn’t Stay a minute after Supper we passed a very pleasant Social Evening & our visitors went home a little after 9 Bank meeting PM
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