Saturday September 18th 1915 A very fine warm day we arose a little late it rained & thunder & lightning latter part of nite we had a long table for meals to day plenty of pancakes for breakfast & mother & I & our 6 good girls went to WRC for dinner had a fine dinner & staid to a program Vic sang 2 solos Flora Wells spoke Mrs Romine read I gave a short talk & recd a rising salute of thanks after Supper we all went to picture show midling fair home & to bed at 10 oclock I got 75c beef to boil & cheese 25c I got a small mess of Sweet corn Jap & some of the children here
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