Isaac and Margaret departed for the West on a trip to visit their married children.
Tuesday October 22 1918 Cloudy & dark all da we arose early & left our pleasant comfortable home at 7-30 for our long visit trip Mrs Rupe & Geneva came to bid us good bye & I left our Keys with them Fred Schrader took us to Washington in his fine Hupmobile a fine ride & I pd him $3 at 8-50 we took train for Seymore pd 6,22c for 2 tickets arrived at 12,45 & Roy met us with auto & were soon at Roys 11 miles roads good & a bountiful dinner of fried chicken was soon ready & we were hungry I brot the children Crakrjak & pnuts we lookd around Roys at his fine bunch of 108 fatting shoats & Roy & I went to Corydon & visited John & Ellen [Brewer] ate an apple they are both well we cam back flying & had a fine ride had supper & talked til 10
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