Sunday, September 23 We went up to the Doctor. I have a bottle of medicine. My heart is off. My liver is roaring along. Pa and I went down to the lake this afternoon. I purchased a file box and cards but was for ( ? ) ( ? ).
Monday, September 24 Cool
Tuesday, September 25 School. Aline was down for awhile. Papa went to the city last night.
Wednesday, September 26 No news
Thursday, September 27 We went to the woods. We went to a clam bake in Webster.
Friday, September 28 Cold
Saturday, September 29 Cold. Grace and I picked up apples this morning. I took a music lesson this afternoon.
Sunday, September 30 Cold. Papa. Uncle John and Earl went to Penn.in the car after apples. Grace Marj and I were together most of the time. Norma is going to give a Halloween Party in her new barn. She is going to invite both boys and girls! Jerry’s invited but Grace and I have not been asked yet.
Monday, October 1 School once more. Cold too.
Tuesday, October 2 Mr. London went home this afternoon.
Wednesday, October 3 Dr. Bradstreet of Irondequoit examined us to-day. He is very tall and slim. At least 30 and wears a tiny mustache. The examination was very brief. It rained to-day. I am now wearing my hair parted in the center and two braids in back. It is down to my waist. I am trying to make it grow. I must look terrible, but who should care? And one does.
Thursday, October 4 It rained this morning. My, but Miss Aline Post was a very angry woman when she returned to school this noon! Deary me, but didn’t she give “Those Boys” (who are really terrible) a fine little lecture? Well, I should say so! They had been making a terrible noise all noon-hour and had dirtied up our entry dreadfully. She threatened to send them to State Farm. The thrasher (George Cooper) came this evening. The fishermen have promised to help us ( ? ). The youngest one is very good looking and nice.