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July 14, 1918

 

July 14

Sunday mom we slept an hour later on account of the noisy thunder shower the night "before* It rained most of the morning and after assembly every one wrote, and did various things including piano concerts from 9:00 a.m to 9:00 p.m. No intermission!!

We also had a late dinner and went swimming. The most exciting event of the day consisted in a "powder fight" between Rooms, "Dangerous Wild Animals Keep Out," and "Closed for Repairs." The weapons used were eight varieties of highly scented powder. The battle lasted for 15 to 20 minutes and most of the fighting was done in "Closed for Repairs." When the air was so thick it could be cut with a knife and air and breaths were coming far between the fighting stopped by word from Generalissima Quimby.

"Wiggle" was served on the side porch and three glasses of milk managed to tip over.

Dorothy Sprague


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