Friday Jan. 30, 1914

I think this has been the most beautiful day we have had so far this winter. Mora and Maude went to school and Mora went down with Avis W. tonight and got some buttermilk. I sent Mora's order again today with Mrs. Clarence Piquet as reference. Memphis went to P.O. three times today. Sidney brought me a letter from Larkin Soap Co. and also one from Beatrice this morning.
[page ripped-unreadable] to Mary today. Sidney and Floyd chopped wood for Cha.'s Hoyet this a.m. up by the depot. Charlie Weatherup's birthday party was a compleate failure with three gallons of ice cream on hand and not a single outsider to help it to spoil, while Orlie Courbat had a great crowd, oh I did not hear whether or not he had any cream to spoil.

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