Sunday, January 1, 1922

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Ben Brumfield at Jan 20, 2014 04:55 PM

Sunday, January 1, 1922

A colde windy day. The coldest
night of the winter. Henry was
sick this morning fainted and fell
but is much better tonight.
Carrie Smith and her children
stayed here last night. Went
home this evening. I do hope they
got home ok. Hugh & Hildes [?]
come a little while today.
Ben & Norman Booker went
to see Les Harvey [?] this evening.
Mr. Booker & the children
staid here whil they were
gone. Jim has not come
back yet. I wish I could
see all the children.
Henry is sleeping down
stairs to night.

Sunday, January 1, 1922

A colde windy day. The coldest
night of the winter. Henry was
sick this morning fainted and fell
but is much better tonight.
Carrie Smith and her children
stayed here last night. Went
home this evening. I do hope they
got home ok. Hugh & Hildes [?]
come a little while today.
Ben & Norman Booker went
to see Les Harvey [?] this evening.
Mr. Booker & the children
staid here whil they were
gone. Jim has not come
back yet. I wish I could
see all the children.
Henry is sleeping down
stairs to night.