Isaac owned property in Wellman in anticipation of building a house and moving from the farm.
Sunday May 28th A nice day but rained a little about noon Mag & I & Bell, Maude, Nellie & Vic went to Wellman to Memorial Service in the Methodist Church by Rev Potter & he made a good talk we took dinner at Amanda’s She has 9 boarders & much work to do but insisted very hard that we should go there for dinner after dinner Ez & Amanda & Mag & I took a walk & looked at my town lots & we started home early & got here in plenty time to help chore Harve stayed at home & took Sylvia & Harriet to Sunday School & church at Nira Rev Potter preached I am 57 years old to day I feel that I am growing old fast but am very thankful that I have middling fair health a fair appetite, can work pretty well & sleep well
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