Sun 29 A very fine day light S wind we all but mother went to Church AM & heard a very appropriate Sermon at the close of the year when we got home we found Martin Scranton & wife Ed McCauley Ollie & Marie from Washington in an Auto they Staid till near Sundown Roys & Nellies [families] came after dinner none here but Isabel this evening Mother is feeling quite poorly with a cold I am still putting peroxide of H [hydrogen] on my right big toe the nail is all loose & it hurts me Some at nite
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