Sunday November 24th 1918 Olathe Kas Colder 24 above zero but a beautiful clear Sunny morning ground & roofs white with an inch or more of light snow no Sunday School or church the influenza ban is yet on & it worries Willard I am very thankful that me & mine have escaped so far past a pleasant eve
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