Sun 23 A fine morn clouds all gone we arose at 7 & took a long time to dress took breakfast at Delmar Cafe 50c for 3 & sat in the sun parlor awhile we are glad to have Nora with us at 10-30 Mr Palmer came & took us to grace ME Church & to his house for dinner Mrs Palmer & Mrs Boyd had a good dinner & we visited til near 5 & Warren brot us to Hotel Delmar & we went to find a flower store to get some flowers for Our Dear Nellies funeral tomorrow we found stores closed & wil try in the morning
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