June 6th Thursday.

Quite pleasant. cool so Chauncey wore his over coat this after noon Harvey drawing sand for the road & C__ & I rode to Millville called on Mrs Morgan at Laura Potters & Herman Coans & walked home got letter from Chet had rains there so boys feel quite jubilant said Jim Hill & some others had to plant over their corn on account of frost have had a hard wind blow for 2 days did damage to our rye & corn on the sandy land west of house. had planted over 16 acres of pop corn. but crops were looking pretty good now Mrs Mary Weed Gilbert & son called here to night had a pleasant chat etc.

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June 5th Wednesday

This morning Belle & her pa went to Medina got two trunks a suit of clothes etc & Belle got some more medicine from Dr Smett. & I ironed this fore noon. They got caught in a little rain or showers but it did not storm hard enough to prevent our accepting an invitation to visit this PM at Mr. Sahradey her that was Frank Linsby (Guilbert’s daughter) Horace Linsby wife son & daughter were also there. & had a very pleasant visit

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June 4th Tuesday

Oh how warm- hottest day of the season. registered at 104 Mrs Sherwood called this afternoon. washed

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June 3 Monday

Still very warm. Electa took the train for Medina early this morning. Carrie & I took a walk which was very pleasant & called at Mr Hatch’s on her that was Mary Sherwood Frye now Hatch. lives at Portsmouth Terrace saw the place Vick of world renown fame as seed man used to live, now deceased. and so many very nice residences Then we returned to Amelia’s & took dinner & then started for Powers block & called on Wm Bennett at 423, in that block had a pleasant call there then went to the savings bank at Faye then visited the large establishment 12 stories high at Sibley’s,  Lindsay & Curr Co. then after doing some trading left for Medina.

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June 2nd Sunday

It is very warm and was 1 in N.Y. city yesterday. Electa came last night & she & I went to 3rd Presbyterian church corner of Meigs & East Ave St. to church- about 400 in Sabbath School Carrie went over to Herman Coan’s son’s Henry Coan’s last night at O’Brien Place No 1. & I went to church with him to day at Central Church a very large one where they have a Sabbath School of 2 or 3ooo. Oh so very warm in the evening. Electa, Carrie, and & went to the large brick church where for 50 yrs Dr Shaw preached a very smart man. Mr Taylor now presiding.

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June 1st Saturday

It is very warm indeed this morning & after so nice a visit with our dear friend Cetta, the old neighbor and schoolmate who is so pleasantly situated in Berger we leave her this morning for Rochester. Arrived at Rochester about 9:30 took East Marin St. car from Sibleys & Brooke Fitsimmons Home & Cosc(?) , for Alexander St where we met Homer Beldings coming to meet us. Found Amelia quite poorly with rheumatism. They live in a very pleasant part of the city after resting a while we went & called on Mrs Wm. Bent found her & Libbie living at a very pleasant place then called on Mrs Mary Curtis (Henry Prudden’s daughter) & returned to Amelia’s

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May 31 Friday

Last night was a very warm night & very pleasant this morning with a fine breeze. Cetta, Carrie, & I went over to their son Bert Fisher’s to call & enjoyed it very much as Bert came home & played several times on his phonograph & they have a parrot there too so we had a very pleasant time. & after dinner (we) Mrs Fisher, Bert’s wife Eva & little boy with Cetta, Carrie & I went & took a ride had livery rig & went to both Bergen & called on a Mrs Steele whose mother Mrs Bird lives with them & is a cousin of Harvey’s Mother. They have a large nice pleasant place & enjoyed it very much & the ride too about six miles from here & Bert & wife here to tea to night went around their yards with Mrs Fisher it is so warm

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May 30 Thursday

Decoration day Spent the night With Mrs. Hinds & this morning took train for Alcitta Fishers at Bergen. Carrie took train at Knowlesville. Chauncey & Belle brought her down to depot & they were going to see the water works at Knowlesville. We staid at Rochester till 2:30 o’clock which gave us time to go around & saw the city some, went down street & saw the parade pass which was over an hour passing. the different societies, school children, company of Italians, besides the old soldiers & over 20 large wagons of flowers to decorate the graves of the fallen hero’s. Reached Bergen about two o’clock. Mr. Fisher went up to the house with us found Cetta well. Her son Bert’s wife had gone to Leroy on their wheels. This morning Mrs Hinds went over to her friend Mrs Reeds with me to call & then to the depot with me. It is a very warm day. 90° Cetta has a pleasant home.

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May 29th Wednesday

Harvey Chauncey Carrie & I went to Medina & I took the train for Holley. Mrs Hinds met me at the depot in evening. went over to her brother Da(irns).

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May 28th Tuesday

little warmer Carrie, Garvey & Chauncey went to Medina. Belle & I did ironing. Hattie Potter Daniel was here about 2 hours this afternoon. rec’d letter from Mrs. Lillie also Amelia Belding.

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