Friday, June 16, 1922

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Ben Brumfield at Nov 01, 2013 03:31 PM

Friday, June 16, 1922

A good day we need rain bad.
Ben & Jim plowed in the corn
and Henry thinned corn all day.

Mrs. Car & Josie strung snaps
Mrs. Trent & I scraped the potatos.
I baked a pudding. This evening
Mrs Hutcherson & Ada
Hutcherson
come and brought
Josie some light rolls hot
and some apples. Grace Vale
come and picked berries. I went
with them to the field.

Hattie bought four gallons
of berries. There has bin
the most dew berries that
I ever saw.

I worked in Franklins
foot this morning.

Friday, June 16, 1922

A good day we need rain bad.
Ben & Jim plowed in the corn
and Henry thinned corn all day.

Mrs. Car & Josie strung snaps
Mrs. Trent & I scraped the potatos.
I baked a pudding. This evening
Mrs. Hutcherson & Ada
Hutcherson come and brought
Josie some light rolls hot
and some apples. Grace Vale
come and picked berries. I went
with them to the field.

Hattie bought four gallons
of berries. There has bin
the most dew berries that
I ever saw.

I worked in Franklins
foot this morning.