In an uncharacteristically large print, Pauline joyfully welcomed electricity to her home with sufficient power to run a refrigerator, a vacuum, and an electric cream separator. It was September 1949.
Sept. Gene is home & slowly getting better.
And in the long wait for
REA. We at last got the High High line going
This day of September 2 nd. Off went 32 volt
On went 110.
Took 12 years before it came
Pretty Late in life to get this –
We had to buy cream separator new.
Payed $100.00 for it exchanged the other.
The wiring cost us $316.98 on house and Barn
The Philco Fri [Refrigerator?] cost us 330 – 25.00 = $305.00
The vacuum cost
Cream Seperator $100.00
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