1905 (Tuesday) – The children (Alfred Oscar, Jr., Lillian and Charles Gilbert Lunt) and I went to Grandma Lunt’s (Priscilla Pitt) in the morning and stayed there until afternoon then Oscar (Alfred Oscar Lunt) came up and we went up to Grandpa Sperry’s (Charles Sperry). It was their seventy-eighth (Charles and Emily Louisa Miller) wedding day. There were not many of the folks there, the only ones that came from out of town were Uncle Harry (Miles Harrison Sperry) and Aunt Sarah (Sarah Edmunds) Sperry and their two daughters (Florence and Sarah Jane Sperry), from Manti and Aunt Mollie Wheeler (Marion Olive Sperry) from Salt Lake, We had a lovely supper and spent a very pleasant evening, one of the features of the evening was a song by Uncle Harry and composed by himself, words and music. He was accompanied by his two daughters, Florence, aged 12, and on the violin and Sarah, aged 10, on the organ. After supper Oscar took Lillian and Alfred down to their Grandma Lunt’s to sleep. We came down home about midnight.