Saturday February 8th 1919 Delmar Hotel Quite cool & clear all day we took breakfst at the Delmar Cafe I got a paper 3c & read Mother wrote to Mrs Rupe I went to the market to get strawberries & green beans for Nellie got neither Met Mr Palmer I finishd writing to the Advance & now I must copy it went to dinner with Oklahoma folks, Crumley, pd 76 for 2 at 1-30 Palmer came & Mrs Boyd her sister Mrs Britton mother & I went with him to San Pedro 6 or 7 mi SW & saw many ships & boats extra fine cemt roads & a pleasant ride only too cool I wore my overcoat & gloves home at 4 we sent Nellie a Carnation boquet 40c took Supr at Delmar Cafe we sat in the parlor awhile & got warm I have headache it has ached a little all day
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