call - very pleasant, met Miss Lucy Haines.
Clara [Houff] called while we were out.
Cousin D. left us at Cousin Fannie's, where
we took tea and spent the evening - such
a pleasant, jolly time. Maude played and
sang, and she and Harry undertook to
teach me Euchre but [was illy] rewarded.
I fear. Harry came home with us.
[left margin: Wedn. 2nd Cloudy, very cold.]
Harry came home with me.
Brother C. and I feel quite proud of our
work in keeping the cold out but it keeps
us both busy. I am glad Sister Annie is
out of it for once. Charlie Farquhar's
can of come today. Brother C. went and
said it turned out very well. Churned a-
bout 30 lbs of butter. Agnes has been so
good and satisfactory that it needs record-
ing. she is more thoughtful than I have of-
ten seen. Felix follows me every where. and
he and Minkie miss the [abseny?] once.
the "B.C.", too . ? Rags poorly.
[left margin: Charlie Town.]
Nice letter from Cissy and Aunt Eliza. Miss
Ruth called also Mrs. Jim Mason, who is a
case. After dinner I walked down to Rhoderick's
for a "Sun," and then a long walk out beyond
Mason's the air is cold and immigrating.
Two little girls called to see [illegible]. D. She + Mother
went out to pay some calls, in their absence
Cousin Fannie and Maude Mrs. Cook +
Harry called, also Miss Mary Shearer [illegible]
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