1896 – We cooked for the Thrasher’s all day. In the evening, Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) and I went down to Nortonville to get some butter. We drove on out to Mona to see Ella Larsen. We found there were five or six people from Nephi there: Uncle Charles Abbott (Charles Enoch Abbott), Mrs. Fred Farmer and Messrs. Parley Christensen, Lol Grober and F. W. Chapple. We went to the political meeting for a while then came back to the Kay’s. That is Esther, Rachel Kay, Miss Larsen and I did, the others remained at the meeting. When we got back I met a young man from Eureka. After the meeting was over a crowd came over to Kay’s and sang Political songs. It was after ten o’clock when we left for home.
1896 – In the afternoon, I went up to Salisbury’s and at evening, the Thrasher’s came.
1896 – I went up to town to school. After school, Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) and I walked out home, when about half way there we met some cattle. We got frightened so crept under a wire fence continuing our journey after they had passed.
1896 – Went up town to school. After school May Grover and I went down to the Excelsor (It must have been an opening of the store after being closed for additions and remodeling).i went up to Burton’s and had supper there. Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) and I went down to the Academy Hall for a meeting, being too early, we called for Lil Black (Lillie May Black). We met, Lon Ingram and he went with us to the meeting. Afterwards, he took us home. I stayed with Esther up at Burton’s.
1896 – Retta (Retta Sperry) remaining with Grandmother Sperry (Emily Louisa Miller) and Esther (Emily Esther Sperry) and I went down to the Excelsor. We made our purchases and then went upstairs in the stores and registered. We came down on the elevator. We went over to the drug store and then over to the post office. Zina Sorenson and Edna Morris came there and we four went over to Hydes Store, then we went over to the Coop, came back to the Excelsor. We went up to Grandma Sperry’s and Retta and I came down home.
1896 – I walked up to town and to school. I remained in town during the evening, went up to Burton’s and then down to Grandma Sperry’s (Emily Louisa Miller). Esther (Emily Esther Sperry), Della Kendall and I went to the dance with Father (Charles Henry Sperry), it was at the Little Grande. I had a dreadful toothache, Della and I went over to Miller’s to see if they had something to stop it. We came back and Will Miller took me down to the Drug Store, where I got some relief. Oscar Lunt (Alfred Oscar Lunt) walked back to the dance with us. When we got about half way back there, Will said he had forgotten something and had to go back down town. So Oscar and I had to go on to the dance alone. There was not a big enough crowd here and we did not have a dance after all. Esther and I came down home with Father.
1896 – I went to school, I did not take my music lesson on Tuesday.