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"Up Early and Busy All Day"

The Diaries of Carl F. Smith & Marjorie O. Smith

November 1937

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November 13 - Saturday - (Carl)

Up early and very busy today.  Home at six o’clock and up to school with Ronnie to a supper. Had to leave early, and home and dressed to go to Oak Hill to the Banker’s Party. We had a cocktail party first at our house. Twenty four guests came and all had a grand time. Marjorie served a "blinker." Out to the club and had a lovely dinner. Music very good. Won $9.00 off the quarter machine. Home by three o’clock and very tired. Muriel Mull and Buell went to the club with Marjorie and I.

November 14 - Sunday - (Carl)

Up and breakfast, and off to Niagara Falls to fit Miss Gleason’s fur coat. To dinner with Mr. & Mrs. Wigle. Buell, Muriel, & Marjorie to the Red Coach Inn to a very nice dinner. After dinner home to the Wigle’s, and stayed for a while and then left for home. Home safe, and left Buell & Muriel off, and over to Mother’s for the children. We had a lunch, and then home and listened to the radio and to bed early.

November 15 - Monday - (Carl)

Up early and to the store and busy all day. Home for dinner, and Ronald up to school, and we to the store and home late.

November 16 - Tuesday - (Carl)

Up early and to the store, and very busy all day. Marjorie to Oak Hill to a luncheon and bridge. To the Manhattan for dinner. Saw Hazel and Billie Tiefel and little "Billie" at dinner. To the store and home late.

November 17 - Wednesday - (Carl)

Up early and to the store, and very busy today. Out to lunch at Temple Cafeteria. Home to dinner, and back to the store.

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