It [is] now Monday after-noon, and my laundry has not come yet. I hope it was properly addressed and not lost.
Judging by present indi-cations I won't be able to go to New York Saturday. Noth-ing doing yet. Incidentally, I am making [us] progress that I can notice - I am most uncomfortable today.
I spent yesterday after-noon very delightfully, it was my last chance to loaf. I had a Freshman from Strong over for
I then read the Sunday Times most industriously. Father called me up. I am glad Lester is getting along so well.
After supper I wrote two letters, and I was justa bout to leave to go to a party in [Maria] to which I had been asked when [Irene] Mott came. It is rather funny she asked whether D.[G]. had whether she looked me up and whether I had told him that she did not come up [as]
The party in [Main] was not particularly much fun. When I came back with
Carolyn Bailey wants me to go off campus with her this after-noon for a devil. I don't know if I'll go or not - once wont hurt but they are not exactly in my diet.
Lucy is waiting her turn, too. I am writing this between [suatches] of talking to her. She came back from N.Y. last night.
Your special came this morning, at the same time as your letter of the 30. [to] grandpa still improving?
Otherwise nothing new. I am going to write to the [Naubeim] drugstore for my medicine today.