Sun 17 A very fine calm warm day Mother & I went to church am & hear an excellent sermon by Rev Barker a prelude or starter to his revival meetings to be held the next 2 weeks aftr dinner we took a walk to Bif Harveys not at home we calld on Fred Klock an hour or 2 & home Mother & I went again to church this eve & heard a powerful revival sermon not a large audience & the imported choir leader has the measles
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