The usual Sunday morning happenings took place this morning. The head of the house arose considerably first then came the Lady.

We got off to Sunday School and Church early. It was a bright clear day and everyone was in good humor.

We were invited over home for dinner; and, of course, went. We spent an enjoyable day.

After a good C.E. meeting and church service we went up to Eunice's where Wind Troop had the rest going.

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