Wednesday November 20th 1918 at Harriets Olathe Dark & Cloudy this morning Willard arose early & went to KC [Kansas City] took a hand to do some work at Willards house there Mother & I slept later a couple came to be married at 10 am it looks like rain Willard was called home from KC Harriet had a time getting him they came again 2-30 pm & Willard was here drest in his clerical prince Albert & tied the knot & Harriet recd $5 We were rejoiced to rec a letter from Leslie written on board ship ready to sail for France No date we all 4 wrote to him in France
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