March 21, 1918

Thurs 21  Hazy warm smoky pleasant   Maude came on the AM train & we were glad she arrived safe   Ura Taylor came & workd a little while & I pd her 50c   Mother is nearly prostrated all day   Carrie Ash brot our washing this eve & I pd her 1,25   we had almost a steady stream of callers   many I don’t know   Roy is seeing about getting Autos for tomorrow & our friends & nabors are all kind and helpful  Ella Weller Mrs Carter Mrs Morrow Mrs Manrens? & many many others all seemingly anxious to do or help do something to the memory of Vic   Dave & Roy went this eve to Ioa City & met Nora from California & they arrived some time in the nite with Nora safe  Geo Berry Jake Trieschman & Mr Hambright staid last nite  the last nite Vic will stay in his old Wellman Home & we have our parlor where Vic lays [in] a wilderness of flowers  Many organizations & the business men & Nabors all sent flowers & mostly the very nicest our family got [was] a large wheel of flowers   cost $20,00


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