Sunday, April 6, 1919

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A good day. Jim & Ben
staid at home all day.

Josie got most of the dinner.

I went to Mr. Owens twice.
I went & dressed the baby
and come home. Then Mrs Owen
fainted and I went back a while.
Mr Owen carried his neice home
to day. Lee & Elsie come and
eat dinner with us.

Elsie had her new baby with
her. I think he is a fine baby.
I was very glad that they
came. It is the first time
that Lee has bin here this year
or Elsie for that matter.

I have not seen or heard
from Marvins to day. Hope they
are all well.

Henry went to Mag Brumfields
to day. Said he had a fine time.

9 oclock

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Ben Brumfield

Again the reference to Elsie East's [male] baby. If Ralph Oliver was born in 1915, according to Bright Leaf, and Willard wasn't born until 1920, who can this be?