Isaac and Margaret were visiting with Leslie in Clermont, Iowa.
Thursday May 16th 1918 South wind Another very fine summer day I got a shave 15c we had a fine dinner of Bass & strawberries & fish eggs Leslie took mother on a ride over town & he tested my eyes for a new pair of glasses he has many office callers Leslie & I took a walk to electric plant & bridge & inspected a fishway being put in the dam Mrs Dr. Berry called a very prepossessing woman Mrs Wickham calld Leslie went to Band practice but was calld away to go to the country
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