Sat June 1 cooler partly haz lt wsw wind too wet to hoe I piled some manure Joe Albin came & brot the GAR WRC drum home I got the mail at noon only the Hawkeye [newspaper] Isabel pict a qt of fine strawberries for dinner Johnson from Keota calld he will reset our electric stove Monday after dinner I took a bath Marjorie went down town & got 2 lbs butter 45c raddish seed 85c I gave her 1,00 Mother & Isabel pict a very extra fine lot of Strawberries for to day & Sunday & I hoed my early corn all over & it look fine tis over 1 ft high Tom Kirks in auto stopt this eve to see Isabel this is a fine cool eve & it dont look a bit like rain the ground dried fast & was fair hoeing this eve
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