History of Folly Quarter Camp, August 4th to 13th 1897 - PAGES 31-60

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[firis?] - namely Elsie and the rifle.

Ernest and Fred returned at noon and after gaining permission of the Chaperone, started off again with dinner for the crowd. They ate it on the long bridges, and did not return till late in the afternoon. Judging by their appearances, the rest of us were Ernestly A Fred that from the amount of Rich dinner they ate Agnnis of pain would be caused unless they took some thing Elsie by Gingr.

About three o'clock [Shappir?] Mary Statler and Alice Farquhar started for [Ellicotts?] City to get 1 1/2 dozen loans of the "staff of life" - they returned about six, after having many interesting adventures, to find lots of visitors at Camp. Rockland, Sharon, Rock Spring, Walnut-Hill and Sunnyside being represented --

They all stayed and danced a while, but left before nine o'clock.

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After the usual program of dancing singing "We twoing" in the hammocks and on the porch, we retired, not however without [ ? ] alarm being caused in the girls dormitory by the sudden entrance and disappearnce of a __ __ _- fake!!

A. V. F.

Thursday -

On Thursday morning, the day set apart for the last whole day in Camp, long faces and waiting tones assembled arround the breakfast table, and the cry of "Must we go to-morrow!" When our Junior said "Yes [ ? ] Chaperones cannot stay a day longer "Lo

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as one of the campers was going to Sandy Spring it was decided to send a petition signed by all, to Mrs. [Thomas?] and Mrs Tilton, asking them to come to the risque and keep us a few days longer.

Our trinity J. H. U. even after the long ride to Sandy Spring was able to over come our Chaperones objections, and arrived at Camp at 3 P.M. with the joyful news, that - we could stay till Saturday, when cries of "Jackenstein!" and "[Birnley?]!" greeted happy ears and all marched in to dinner to eat so much that there was a cry of "There will not be enough food to last till Saturday."

Edward and Brooke having arrived earlier in the day takes Janie home, amidst mourning and cheers for our dear Apple Sauce -

All enjoy the mroning in

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