Wednesday, September 24, 1919

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Ben Brumfield at Apr 20, 2009 03:59 PM

Wednesday, September 24, 1919

A beautiful day. The men
stripped tobacco until dinner
then they loaded the waggon
ready to start to Gretna in
the morning. John Hutcherson
loaded his truck for Marvin.
They are going to Danville.

Josie got the dinner.

Henry and Edna went to
school. I ironed some this
morning and mended some
things this evening.

Jim ask me to wake him
at three in the morning.

8 oclock

Wednesday, September 24, 1919

A beautiful day. The men
stripped tobacco until dinner
then they loaded the waggon
ready to start to Gretna in
the morning. John Hutcherson
loaded his truck for Marvin.
They are going to Danville.

Josie got the dinner.

Henry and Edna went to
school. I ironed some this
morning and mended some
things this evening.

Jim ask me to wake him
at three in the morning.

8 oclock