Sat 13 A very fine comfortable da we went Early Roy Leslie & I went to the Taylor Cemetery & fixt Vic’s grave & leveled all the dirt we then went to the Wellman Cemetery to see how graves were fixt aftr dinner I went down town & got beef 9 1/2c coffee 60c & for dinner I bot 50c ham & 10c weneys I dug a bucket of new potatos old ones all gone I gave Roy $10 to help him home Dave Roy & Leslie went to see Rach Hull & later Effie & Rach called an hour & I rode down town with them & got shaved
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