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Note the photo within the photo.
Sept. 7, 1929
Sunday night, and we're all here: Regina asleep in her chair, Helen holding baby in the rocking chair, Floyd reading, George drawing pictures, Florence standing on a chair with her mouth going, Theresa standing by the table with her mouth also going, [illegible, looks like "Iha, Iha"] lying down, Edna with her big, blue eyes wide open listening.
There were seven cars here today, among them Mrs. Johnston, Will Hadley, Loyd Hussen and wife Anna Schoenfeld, Harry Duncanson, Walter Henry's family, Fred Doolittle.
I think you will have lots of letters to read and plenty of flowers to smell. I think we will get along alright with the threshing if we ever get at it. It's [illegible, misting?] outside now, so may not thresh tomorrow. Thursday, Billie will help in the house. Clara Daumanson said she would help if we needed her, but will probably not need her. I think I will go down there the last of the week with the kids, probably Saturday or Sunday. If I do, I'll be careful not to spill them out. Will close until tomorrow. With lots of love from Ray and the children.