Sun 16 Very warm & clear hot sun we all went to church but Ralf & he said he was sick but he ate a big dinner tis now at one PM 96 [degrees] in the well house I got no Muscatine Journal & none yester & Mrs. Macky said it was stopt I wrote to the Journal Newt Gardner asked Mother & I to go with them in their auto to John Flemings this PM & we gladly accepted the offer & had a fine nite made a good social visit at Comrade Flemings home Early & all went to the Baptist church to Childrens day extra good singing very warm & uncomfortable
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