Fri 22 Another dark cold da spits of Snow It looks too gloomy dark & Stormy to go to KC I took a dose of salts and feel better no letters to day I went down town PM & got shaved 15c & at 6 in eve we all went by invitation to a Mr Woodberries to supper 4 or 5 blox went in the closed car & comfortable Extra fine ME folks a jeweler his wife & one child Martha 15 & a very amiable attractive girl & smart we had a fine supper & enjoyed the evening very much Snowing as we came home white ground
 Harry and Dakota Woodberry; Year: 1910; Census Place: Olathe, Johnson, Kansas; Roll: T624_443; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 0111; FHL microfilm: 1374456
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