Sunday, November 11, 1923

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Ben Brumfield at Nov 20, 2013 07:18 PM

Sunday, November 11, 1923

A good day. We all
staid at home until
twelve. Then Henry went
to Mr. Emersons. Jim
and Lizzie come and
eat dinner with us. I
was glad to see them.
I am always glad to
have any of the
children come. Jim
and Lizzie went to
George Blains from
here. Henry carried
them on the car.
I am glad that Henry
can run the car.
Mabel is as cross as
can be. I hope she
will not get sick tonight.

Sunday, November 11, 1923

A good day. We all
staid at home until
twelve. Then Henry went
to Mr. Emersons. Jim
and Lizzie come and
eat dinner with us. I
was glad to see them.
I am always glad to
have any of the
children come. Jim
and Lizzie went to
George Blains from
here. Henry carried
them on the car.
I am glad that Henry
can run the car.
Mabel is as cross as
can be. I hope she
will not get sick tonight.