The flu epidemic was still going on and church services were not held.
Sun 20 A very fine day clear & sunny lt NW wind don’t seem like Sunday Mother & I at times geathered up things we expect to take with us on our trip Carter boy brot us 2 boxes fine strawberries I pd him 40c & mother cooked us a fine dinner & we past the day alone
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