Sun 5 A very fine cool day we arose late I slept only fair & ate a good breakfst of pancakes & my cold is No worse Isabel has a bad cold & cant talk loud I drest in my Sunday best only Marjore & Ralph went to church I ate a hearty dinner & am feeling much better & Now at 1-30 pm the thermometer stands at 59 & the sun shies warm & is a still beautiful day & we had a good dinner Beef loaf good fruit salad & whipt cream about 2 Roys [family] came & Max & Ottos [Otto Klockenteger’s family] & Warren & Nellies 2 children Lamont & Margaret & we had a realy good visit Especially the young folks
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