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Said he would have to wear his everyday clothes and so would the boys and all the others and as I was the newest comer I would be dressed better than any of the others. H. Wright and a number of the young folks were going away I forget where to celebrate and wanted him to go but that would mean new clothes etc. So finally I agreed to go but I sure did dread it. Pa was on some of the committees and was busy getting things ready. [He] hauled up green willows from sand creek or the Blue for a bower [and] meantime he had gone to town and got a list of things I just had to have to make a good picnic dinner.

Burns an old soldier and great friend of Father's who had only come on that spring and I do not think had a team. They lived between Father's homestead and timber claim so he went by there often and Burns helped him with the hay and Father used his team and put up some for Burns. Mrs. Burns came along in the summer from Pennsylvania and was very homesick. I had never seen her but Father reported her as looking as if she cried all the time and of course everything was very hard for her as she had been used to all the comforts of life.

Among those who had no women folks present was T. B. Burns and C. B. Powers. Mrs. Burns was still in Pennsylvania. He had a sod house built and she soon came. Powers' family were near Lincoln and came on that fall. He ran a blacksmith shop on the corner of his land. Both were old soldiers. In fact I think Old Man Higgins and Charles Buss were the only men present who were not. The Higgins[es] came with an ox team I remember and the Page 21 old lady and 2 or 3 girls might have stepped from bandboxes, so freshly starched were their clothes and so terribly stiff and white their collars and cuffs.

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