Mon 6 A fine da not so cool frost this morn I read awhile & then put on overcoat & fur cap & went with Allie to Lockford to see about a funeral nice ride saw nice orange trees & fine large cactus & talked with a pleasant well informed girl home to dinner PM we wrote to Leslie in Lemans France & I went to the PO & maild the letter mother & Nora went to the church & helpd make bed comforts Allie went to Stockton & traded for a new car & the boys are in high glee Trustees of Congregational Church 4 of them held a meet here this eve
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