Sun 4 A very warm day 100 deg in the well house Mother & I went to the Baptist Church Many present no preaching at M E Church 3 were baptized by immersion & a good sermon by Rev Dewy Mother & I took little comfort we set around PM & talked about our dear boy Vic & about making over my will not pleasant contemplations & the heat was oppressive even at dark as we sat on the east porch we took little comfort Mr & Mrs Rupe called awhile at sun down
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