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June 18, 1921.
Dea* folks at home,---Enjoyed
having Jakeand Bessie Graoeeoome by from
Sherman on their way from school for a short visit.
This was a quieter oommenoement than lat year, and
not so many of my old oollefre ates were there, but
in a good many ways I enjoyed it more-than lat year.
Didn't have any responsibility for the oonduot of the
program and went and oame and moved adout as I wished,
with a free hand to greet all my old friends. Was surprised
to see severrl-of my oolle0e obhus got the degtreo
of D .D.this time,tho I was not at all envious,
knowing they deserve it and I don't. Bill Anderson was oan
of the-oonfereesand of course I was most interested .in
he Roedath Horner Chatauquas areshowing here this
week and whd Little I hare seen is right o6d,. Most
of the churches in te ditl gave up the night service
for the ohatuaqua. The Baptiqt ohuroh and ours,I think,
were the only ones to' o ahead with regular worship.
Am very busy this week and must olone for other
very pealf ing duties.
Lots of love to all
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