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[[2 pages]] [[page 1]] [[preprinted]] February 12 [[/preprinted]] Sunday Good sunny day all day. Robert, Mary and I went to church to 9 oclock service. daddy went over to get rent. nobody came all day? Willie Ann + Bousner came towards night. Went to movies in Waldorf at night ("Battleground." saw Mr. McPherson + Mrs. McPherson. [[preprinted]] February 13 [[/preprinted]] Monday Rainy day all day, I carried old Hay loades to school to make balk loader out of it. sent Judy Valintine this morning + men striped tobacco all day. I called Judy up at night. She has dancing lessons tonight. [[preprinted]] February 12 - 1809--Abraham Lincoln born in Kentucky; a legal holiday in several states. 1912--Manchu dynasty ended in China, republic formed. 1935--U. S. Navy dirigible "Macon" wrecked in the Pacific. February 13 - 1728--cotton Mather died in Boston, Mass. 1788--Trial of Warren Hastings began in England. 1892--Police matrons first appointed in New York City. [[/preprinted]] [[/page 1]] [[page 2]] [[preprinted]] February 14 [[/preprinted]] Tuesday Rainy day all day. Robert and I went to school. Judy played in Basketball game at Lakin men striped tobacco all day. I called Judy up at night for a few minits. Went to Marlboro to Banquet at night. got home 11 oclocksaw Ms Mcp and Jack McP [[preprinted]] February 15 [[/preprinted]] Wednesday Good day all day. men striped tobacco all day, Robert and I went to school. van brooks come and go hay. daddy ordered 53 tons of lime. from Baltimore 47.40 a ton. Robert + I went to Waldorf to movies "Song of Summer" called Judy up from Waldorf. She was not at school, sick. [[preprinted]] February 14--ST. VALENTINE'S DAY; in Arizona. ADMISSION DAY. 1859--Oregon admitted to the Union. 1876--Alexander Graham Bell granted telephone patent. 1912--Arizona admitted to the Union. February 15 - 1879--Congress gave women right to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. 1898--U. S. S. "Maine" blown u pin Havana Harbor, Cuba. 1905--Lew Wallace, author of "Ben-Hur." died. [[/preprinted]] [[/page 2]]
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