[Jan. 19, 1914]
306 Main Hall, V.C.
Dear Mother -
Of course I arrived O.K. right on time, too, much to my amazement. Saturday was jammed full - Glee Club rehearsal until after ten to start off with. I had no sooner landed in my room than the messenger came up and said that a Mr. Taylor of Springfield would like to see Miss Tilden. I
We didn't have the ice carnival after all, for we had a terrific snow-storm that covered everything a foot deep. It was too bad for they had the grandstand built and everything. We may have it tonight, I don’t know - have to see Annie after Ethics class and find out.
Pres. took me to the Inn for supper last night - she’s the
Exams are drawing perilously near - and I can see where I hibernate behind an “Engaged” sign for the next week in company with most of my co-workers.
I can’t stay the entire week-end that’s coming after all - I’m not going to the Alumnae luncheon - must get back Friday as usual and labor before Ethics,- etc.
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Mrs. B.O. Tilden -
291 Westminster Road -