My dearest Mother:
You doubtless think it is about time that you rec'd a letter from me.. I think it is myself. There are so many little things to say I hardly know where to begin. I have been very busy this week, for Monday Nanand I went into town again and I always think that puts me behind a little with my work. I got excused from Gym's that day and we rode one way and walked out. It was a fine day and I enjoyed it so much. What do you think we did? Bought us some 12 ct. ginghams
only the waists cut out not even the sleeves.
Perhaps after all I shall not lose my Huylers for I sent an invite and a note to Allen and he replied that he wanted to come very much and would if the people of the church where he sings do not repeat a concert in which he takes part, on the night of Founders. He will let me know tomorrow (Friday) I believe. I do hope he can come. Did I tell you that perhaps Fred will come too?
time to rest up lor Founders in the evening. Founders is Friday the 28th you know.
Later.- Since writing this early this morning I have seen Marcia and she has engaged me lor a dance with her man and with Fred if he comes. They have not heard as yet. I have also had a letter from Allen and he cant come. He says he is much disappointed and is going to try and get
Your very well Nett.
April 20, 1893
(Nettie (Brand) De Witt, ex-'96,)