Wednesday, August 1, 1923

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A rainy morning. Clear
this evening. The men suckered
tobacco today. Alma wanted
to go home. Ben carried
her home. He let me and
three children went
with him. We found
them well at Jims. We
stopped at Gretna and
bought a few things.
We got home in good
time. Johnson stopped
and looked at the phone.
Said he would come
in the morning and fix
it up. I will miss
Alma. She cooked and
helped me so good.
The children all
like Alma. She was
so good to them
Ben said she fed
them good while I
was a way. Ben and Henry
milked this morning.

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