Today is town Sunday but I am staying at home today to rest after the fatigue of yesterday, that I may be prepared for the fatigues of tomorrow.
Monday- comes English
Tuesday- " Latin
Wednesday- " Math
Thursday- " German
Just think we have had our last recitation in Freshman year. It doesn't seem possible does it?
About going to Edith's. I think perhaps I had better
There was so much going on yesterday that I didn't get time to look at the express list to see if anything had come for me. But I will probably find it Monday. I think in the future I shall avoid Mrs. Gal. if possible and see if I can't get my dresses made within a reasonable time. Don't you think we might
Can I take a French book from the library for the summer? I don't want to but them. But I really must read this summer because I have forgotten a great deal. Yesterday the seniors had a sale of furniture with an auction in the morning and in the afternoon a country fair to which they charged admission and
Margaret Jackson was prexi and she is always grand. They had all kinds of ballet and dancing and singing and stunts. All this was for their
How did Mr. Hall happen to be east? You won't let Grandfather go until I get home will you? I should feel dreadfully if you did.
I really don't know how much money I shall need. Everything in college is filling up it's deficit by laying a tax of .05, .10 or .25 cents on its members etc. But I should think $15 or 10 would more than pay all I shall need till I get home. lovingly Ruth