Sat 7 A very fine cool pleasant da We arose a little early & at 9 am went with C C Gardner & wife to the funeral of Hazel Hagist Foster Burrels wife she shot herself in a Hotel in Ioa City with an automatic revolver a service was held at the Henry Hagist Home the most beautiful Singing I ever heard a male guartet led by Add Hulse a very large company of friends & Nabors with hundreds of autos burial in new add [addition] of Keota cemetery where we met many of our old Nabors Especially the Carris’s & Fult Commell [Fulton McConnell?] & his wife I got mail letters from Dave & Harriet I rested all the PM my back seems getting better I gave mother a dollar & she went calling while I rested at home after milking I went to meat shop & got 25c bacon & got shaved 15c & Mrs Rupe called an hour
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