Tues 10 clear & cool pleasant & muddy I read a while then changd my clothes & took a walk only got the Hawkeye [Newspaper] this is a muddy place & seems to dry very slow after dinner I walked to the office with Jap & staid til 3-30 & walked Home 10 or 11 blox found company here a Mrs Stinson & daughter Hellen & Miss Dodge these I & mother had met here 10 yrs ago a Mrs Wheatly & we are having a good visit Jap is very busy in his Dental office customers coming & going he has rooms on 3rd floor of a bank bdg & has a huge Elks antler hung in his office a trophy of his hunting trips Mrs Stinson brot us some real good pears after our Co left Jap & I went to Isabels found Marjorie better & will likely rest to nite
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