Mr. Hall and Mr. Lawrence left tonight. Mr. Lawrence promised to telephone you if he had time.
I rode horseback this morning. Mr. Zies was supposed to be in charge of me, but we went with the crowd from the hotel. The chaperon, or instructess, whichever she is, comes from Denver. She has a cottage across from
There was a man in that [ bunch] that reminded me a lot of Dr. [Cudlee], al-though his grammar
I am sorry Mr. Hall left. He is very nice and good-[natured] and doesn't [booz] up. He is quite a diversion from Mr. Well's in - cessant coughing. At least he doesn't call the waitresses up to introduce them to his friends, calling them both by their first names.
I took the morning off while Fan rode horseback. She had a great time. This afternoon we golfed as usual. Mr. [Grundy wired] me confirming engagement for Monday PM for Philadelphia so I will [leave] Harrisburgh at 1 PM after seeing Fan. off on the westbound train. [Since] Lester is so [busy] I feel we should not disturb him at this time especially in [view] of his coming home later in the month. I got my income tax reports [etc] off and I am glad I