Thurs 30 damp warm foggy dark & cloudy in the morn but cleared warm & fine SW wind & dried fast Isabel helpd me put out 6 or 7 flags E Bradford J Albin Ralf & Alfred Hull ate dinner here I got the mail & E Bradford & J Albin came home with me at one PM Mother Isabel & Ralf took Hulls horse & buggy & went to the Taylor Cemetery & put the KP flag & flowers on his [Vic] grave I went to GAR Hall at one PM & marchd to the Baptist Church escorted by 25 of the gun club in Khaki & guns we had fife & drumms Rev Barker made a fair address went to Wellman Cemetery & Mrs Turnipseed Pres WRC read Lincolns G [Gettysburg] address I then went to Wassonville Cemetery & put flags & flowers on a few graves rode with Art Dodds Amos Hulls wife here to supper
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