Julia Brumfield Diaries

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1923

Thursday, November  1, 1923

Thursday, November 1, 1923

A colde morning. A killing frost. The men stripped tobacco all day. The children went to school. Edna went to Kate Harveys to stay tonight. I hope she may have a good time. Mr Short brought some beef here today. I bought 60 pounds at 12 cts.

Letia washed today for me.

Fletcher Car sent Ben a box of chestnuts. They are very nice. I have not felt so well today. Was up two late last night. Mabel went to sleep today. Ben has gone hunting tonight.

Last edit about 6 years ago by Ben Brumfield
Sunday, November 11, 1923

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.

Last edit about 6 years ago by Ben Brumfield
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