Friday June 16 A very fine pleasant day Vic passed a very restless night & is no better AM but we think is better this PM the Dr called twice & said this Eve that Vic has appendicitis I guess he will hit it after a while Leslie & I hoed awhile in the morning Holden & Laura called in the Eve & brought us a small tin pail of Cherries real nice & old Mrs. Diker brought us a Small can of Cherries I got 3 oranges for Vic
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