Friday, September 19, 1919

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Trisha at Jan 12, 2017 02:32 PM

Friday, September 19, 1919

A good day. The men folks
stripped tobacco most of the
day. Ben went to see
some of the teachers.

Josie & I got dinner.
Old man Sam C[a?]llens
was buried this evening.
We have knowed him ever
since we lived in this neighborhood.

Marvin & family went
to Chatham this evening.
They had the childrens
pictures made.

Heard that my brother is
improving. Hope he may get
well a gain.

Miss Alice Wooding sent me
some seed corn by Ben this
evening. Hope I may live and
be able to plant it.

9:10 oclock

Friday, September 19, 1919

A good day. The men folks
stripped tobacco most of the
day. Ben went to see
some of the teachers.

Josie & I got dinner.
Old man Sam C[a?]llens
was buried this evening.
We have knowed him ever
since we lived in this neighborhood.

Marvin & family went
to Chatham this evening.
They had the childrens
pictures made.

Heard that my brother is
improving. Hope he may get
well a gain.

Miss Alice Wooding sent me
some seed corn by Ben this
evening. Hope I may live and
be able to plant it.

9:10 oclock