Fri 28 much Colder & snow all the PM We arose late & thermometer at zero & I visited with Dave I made 3 good fires & I wrote a card & sent in Envelope to Martha & Clery Foster to Norman Oklahoma care of Prof. Tucker we wrote to Leslie & while it snowd hard Dave went & maild the letters I got our laundry from Carrie & pd her 1,25 Mother made thickend milk for supper
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