Sunday December 22nd 1907 dark cloudy misty drizzly wet we all went to church AM Holden Dave & Add & then we all went to Hod Wilsons by invitation to dinner & had a real social & friendly time as it is drizzly & wet dark & wet we are all here this Eve Vic has been gone all day & last night he is at home only just long Enough to Eat & Sleep a little I do wish he would be contented to pass Even a little of his time at home Old Mrs. Stinchcomb died this PM at 1-30
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