Wednesday, June 25, 1919

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Ben Brumfield at Sep 26, 2009 02:53 PM

Wednesday, June 25, 1919

A cloudy day and raining
tonight. The men folks cant
do any thing much.

Josie sowed some this morning.
This evening she went
to see Mrs. Edmons &
Miss Alice Wooding. Did
not see Miss Alice as they
dont let any one go in
to see her. I hope that they
both may soon be better.

I got a letter from
Julia Fergerson this evening.
Was glad to hear from her.
I wrote John Brumfield a
letter today.

Paul Bennett
is very much complaining
to day. Jim Brumfield
carried some rye to Charley
Hutcherson for him to grind.
Walked and carried it
rather than hitch a horse to a
buggy.

10 oclock

Wednesday, June 25, 1919

A cloudy day and raining
tonight. The men folks cant
do any thing much.

Josie sowed some this morning.
This evening she went
to see Mrs. Edmons &
Miss Alice Wooding. Did
not see Miss Alice as they
dont let any one go in
to see her. I hope that they
both may soon be better.

I got a letter from
Julia Fergerson this evening.
Was glad to hear from her.
I wrote John Brumfield a
letter today.

Paul Bennett
is very much complaining
to day. Jim Brumfield
carried some rye to Charley
Hutcherson for him to grind.
Walked and carried it
rather than hitch a horse to a
buggy.

10 oclock