Clara Philp Diary, 1917

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Clara Philp Diary, 1917

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January 1, 1917

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Clara Philp Diary Collection

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MEMORANDUM FROM 1916

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January NEW YEAR'S DAY (Dominion) MONDAY, 1 (1-364) 1917

Done chores. Then Brock took down a load of logs in morning and brought home lumber. Over to vote in afternoon and Melville + Da to town in afternoon. Nrohel and Lizzie here for tea.Brock down to xmas tree in hall. Dull and raw. milder.

TUESDAY, 2 (2-363)

Done chores and got Melville's cutter ready in afternoon. Down to bush in forenoon and cut some more logs and put on load. Melville to town and then started for mt. Forest about four o'clock. Georgie and Niao Annis here for tea. Dull and foggey and quite mild. Slaided to jack up old house.

WEDNESDAY 3 (3-362)

Done chores then Brock took down load of logs and brought home lumber in forenoon. Down with chop in afternoon. Do helping move house in afternoon. Got as far as sideroad. Very foggy almost like rain in morning. Colder towards night.

January THURSDAY, 4 (4-361) 1917

Choring and drawing out manure. Mild and foggy.

FRIDAY, 5 (5-360)

Choring all day. Brock over to get size of Haskels rack in afternoon. Rained hard all morning. Turned to soft snow in afternoon.

Janury Monday, 8 (8-357) 1917

Done chores. Then Brock down for corn for pigs. Got - 50 bu and 12 bays oats $ 56.95. Had a few bays chopped.

Tuesday, 9 (9-356)

w one chores. then down to bush and put on a load of logs. Brock took them down after dinner to get cut for a rack. Da cleaned out callo stall and put manure on garden. fine but rather dull, got very stormy about five. colder.

Wednesday, 10 (10-355)

done chores. at bush in afternoon N.E wind very frosty and cold.

January THURSDAY, 11 (11-354) 1917

Done chores and broet up to Roy's for ropes. killed heifer in afternoon. Bright and very cold. Coldest weather this winter.

FRIDAY, 12 (12-353)

cut down beef and Brock took it to town to Noeckers to buy for oats corn $ 57.05 in morning. Da done Chores. At

January MONDAY, 15 (15-350) 1917

Done chores and sifted ashes. Brock down to Mr. Woolners in afternoon with black pig. Mr. P Richardson called also Cecie Walker. Beautiful day.

TUESDAY, 16 (16-349)

Done chores and da to town in forenoon. Brock over to Arthur fair in afternoon. Gone will philp a ride home. Cold and bright but stormy at times.

WEDNESDAY, 17 (17-348)

Choring round barn all day. Will Philp called in for cutter and paid balance in rem $8. Very stormy all day. High wind.

January THURSDAY, 18 (18-347) 1917

Men choring and Brock to town in morning for oats and got some chopped. Working in Granary in afternoon. Noshel and Harry here for game of cards. Stormed all night and all day.

FRIDAY, (19-346)

Choring and cleaning pens. Cleaning up grain in afternoon. Lovely bright day but cold.

SATURDAY, 20 (20-345)

Done Chores, and clippin young cattle. Brock, Ma and <inelligible> to town in afternoon. Brock down at night. rather mild but colder towards night.

SUNDAY, 21 (21-344)

Home all day. very stormy day and worse towards evening and this night.

January MONDAY, 22 (22-343)1917

Choring round barn all day. stormy and cold

TUESDAY, 23 (23-342)

Done chores Brock up to Harrips in morning. He down helping kill the beef in the afternoon. Lovely bright day but cold.

WEDNESDAY, 24 (24-341)

Done chores and brought up beef. Killed pig in afternoon. Milder and not so bright.

Done chores. then Da cutting up beef and pork and set it out to freeze. Brock is in town in afternoon. Bright but stormy and cold. roads filling up.

FRIDAY, 26 (26-339)

Done Chores and packed beef in snow. Brock to town with one hind partew and gots some oats and & cut flour. Brought chap home. Pa shovelling drifts of snow along line fence. Lovely bright but stormy in afternoon towards evening.

SATURDAY, 27

Choring round all day. Brock to town at night real stormy day from east.

Sunday, 28

Beatiful bright day. Brock to church at night.

January MONDAY, 29

Choring and drawing out manure. Hathel here with cow. very misty and dull. Suite a shower after dinner.

TUESDAY, 30

Done chores and drawing out manure. Finished about four. Brock Took Harry up some meat. Lovely bright day.

WEDNESDAY, 31

Done chores and packed Clara's box. Brock & I took it down in morning - Choring in afternoon. Dull and raw east wind. Hailing at night. Got wiley shod.

February THURSDAY, 1

Done chores. Brock down to jas. Scott's to see about getting some seed barley. at bush in afternoon. North wind, storming a little and cold. Cleaned pipes.

FRIDAY, 2

Men choring round all day. Stormy and very cold. Terrible wind storm all night from west: froze plout. Mr. W. Christian died.

SATURDAY, 3

Choring. very stormy day and ver<u>y</u> cold

SUNDAY, 4

Brock to church at night and PA at Horblip for dinner got mail. Mildew and snowy.

February MONDAY, 5

Choring. Brock to town and got some oats and had them chopped. very stormy day. Sunshine at times but not as cold. Grandpa 8 yrs. dead.

Tuesday, 6

Done chores. Pa and Brock to wvi Christiane funeral in afternoon. fine but cold. a little mildew towards night.

WEDNESDAY, 7

Men choring and cutting wood. Rather mild and snowing. pite stormy to wards right and colder. I down to Mc swings in afternoon. 29 yrs. old to - day.

February THURSDAY,8

Choring and men at bush. Brock to town at night. Fine but real cold at night north wind

Friday, 9

Choring and cutting wood in bush. Bright day but real cold north wind. Evelyn 6 yrs old.

Saturday, 10

Done chores. Brock & I to town in afternoon. Brock down again at night. Real cold and blowing a little.

Saturday, 11

Art booth here in afternoon for tea. Brock to town at night. Cold and storming at times.

February Monday, 12

Done chores. Bright and very cold

TUESDAY, 13

Done chores. Brock down & got oats and got them chopped in afternoon. Wallace here for tea. Earl Newstead, Elwin & Noohel here after supper. Pa 61 yrs old.

WEDNESDAY, 14

Done chores and drawing out manure. Brock to town at night to concert. Wiley broke cutter shaft. Bright but cold wind

February THURSDAY, 15

Choring and finished drawing out manure. Brock down for cutter wi th team in afternoon. I to town in afternoon. Lovely bright day.

FRIDAY, 16

Done chores. Pa & Brock at bush in afternoon. Stormy at times but not very cold.

SATURDAY, 16

Choring and cutting wood. very bright and warm like spring. Snow going quicklz. Brock & I to skate at night.

SUNDAY, 18

Brock to church at night Mild and Bright.

February MONDAY, 19

Men choring round all day.

TUESDAY, 20

Done chores and cutting wood. Stormy at times but bright. Brock and I over to McBoecs in evening.

ASH WEDNESDAY (Quebec & N.W.T) Wednesday, 21

Done chores and cutting wood. I to town in afternoon. Georgie down in afternoon. Lovely bright day.

February THURSDAY, 22

Done chores and brock to town for oats and got them chopped. Fine day and mild.

FRIDAY, 23

Men choring and cleaning hen house and pens. Ma Brock & I <inelligible> to Arthur Booths in afternoon with a pair of pillows for Maggie. Soft and bright.

SATURDAY, 24

Men choring and cutting wood. Brock &I to town at night Stormy at times and cold north wind.

SUNDAY, 25

Home all day. Rather dull and east wind. <inelligible> in night. C.H thompson 36 yrs old. {The last sentence was written in darker ink, probably written at a later point but same person.}

February MONDAY, 26

Men choring in forenoon and at bush after dinner. Dull and midly raining in morning.

TUESDAY, 27

Men choring and cutting wood. Bright and colder. Brock up to Harry;s for a game of cards at night.

WEDNESDAY, 28

Choring and sifting ashes in forenoon. Both at art Booths sale in afternoon. I up to Georgie's in afternoon. Beautiful warm bright day.

March Thursday, 1

Men done chores and cutting wood. Ma at Chester Walkers in afternoon. Brock down for mail at night. Nice bright day.

Friday, 2

Men cutting wood and done chores. Fine bright day.

Saturday, 3

Men choring and cutting wood. Brock and I to town at night. Fine but a little colder at night.

Sunday, 4

Brock and I up to uncle Richd's in afternoon. Brock to church at night. Fine but strong east wind.

March Monday, 5

Men choring and Brock greasing sowe harness in afternoon. Too stormy to go to bush. Colder.

Tuesay, 6

Men choring and cutting wood. Brock and I to patriotic concert at night gines by clora people. $ 250. on. Fine day.

Wednesday, 7

Men choring and cutting wood in forenoon. Brock at mr. Christian's sale in afternoon and I at town. Brought Evelyn home with us. Pa choring in afternoon. 35 yrs married to day. Will Ellis list Christian's form $ 5000.

March Thursday, 8

Men done chores. a very stormy day. snow wet

Friday, 9

Men choring and cleaning pens. Brock to town to get oats and chop in morning. Brought home the barley seed that mo. Scott left in town for ws. Stormy at times. colder and brighter. Message came Loyd hughes had died of wounds. Babz boy at Thomspsons. Ralph Edison.

Saturday, 10

Men choring and drawing out manure. Brock & I to town at night. Dull and misty. Thunder and lightening about <inelligible> at night and half rain & soft snow.

Sunday, 11

Very dull and thick mist. Bob and Lizzie mitchell here in afternoon and for tea.

March Monday, 12

Done chores. then Nashel helped take over the twin and their calnea and roan bull to moorefield in morning. Got home about two o ' clock. Evelyn & I up to Georgie's in afternoon. Fine and bright . Thawing in afternoon.

Tuesday, 13

Done chores and drawing out manure. Evelyn & I to Halborns in afternoon. Fine but cool east wind.

Wednesday, 14

men choring and greasing harness. Brock & I took Evelyn to town in afternoon. Rained in night turned colder and stormy to wards night.

March Thursday, 15

Men choring and greasing single harness. suite a stormy day. Hogs 14.50 cent.

Friday, 16

Men choring. Brock down to get oats and corn and get it chopped. and pay up the bills around in forenoon. Florence and Loyd here in afternoon. Brock over to party at Alex McTennon's at night. Bright in morning. but got dull. to wards night. Strong east wind and rain.

Saturday, 17

Men choring. Washing and greasing harness. Dull in morning and very stormy in afternoon and at night.

Sunday, 18

Brock & I down to memorial Service in Hall in afternoon for Loyd Hughes. He killed in France.

March Monday, 19

Done chores. Pa and brock at Wc Pennie's sale in afternoon. Pa came round by Drayton on way home. Lovey bright day. East wind at night.

Tuesday, 20

Men choring. Brock too ma and I to town in morning. Choring in aft. and dug out bees. Harry, Wallace and Nashel here at night for game of cards. Rather windy in morning but nice afternoon.

Wednesday, 21

Men choring and drew out manure.Brock to town at night to see about shipping pigs. Jean Wilson dead. Beautiful warm spring day.

March Thursday, 22

Pa done chores. Brock down with semen pigs in morning $ 14.50 cent.Then helping Nashel take 4 cattle to town in afternoon. Pa weorking on road with Jack in afternoon. Beautiful warm day. Clara 32 yrs. old.

Friday, 23

Brock done chores. Pa down to stalion in morning. Took Jean Wilson to Fergus to busy her. Then over to <inelligible> m e Isaacs with <inelligible>. Ritch for dinner. Home about Three o ' clock. Brock & I over to Hillborns at night for game of cards. Dull and raining at times. Heavy thunder shower about nine o' clock. Very dark night and high wind. Water raining very quickly and coming into stable manure house.

Saturday, 24

Men choring. Brock & I to town in afternoon. Roads vey soft and punched. Snow going quickly. Had to dip out water in manure house. Lovely bright day.

Sunday, 25

Beautiful warm bright day. Snow going very fast.

March Monday, 27

Done chores. Jack up to get some help on road. Brock <inelligible> out in forenoon and Pa in afternoon. Brock cleaned pens digging out drain back of manure house. Down to kack's at night to see if roosters were there. I Mely warm day. Snow going quickly. Wallace Walker stailed for weat.

Tuesday, 27

Done chores and finishing digging drain. Choring and grinding axes. Foggy and dull. Snowy at night.

Wednesday, 28

Pa done chores and Brock to town and got some oats and had them chopped. Got bol. of sugar. Choring in afternoon I over to Nilbors at night. Rather cold but bright sof snow at night and mild.

March Thursday, 29

Men choring. Brock went to town about four o' clock for his two leyhorn roosters and a young goose.Maria, Lizzie & Sarah here helping quilt in afternoon. Very stormy and snowy in morning but fine afternoon. Roy brought goose at noon. got it from Harry Ulist. $ 2.25

Friday, 30

Men choring and drawing out manure into corner field. Mr. Wilson the asessor here for tea and all night. I up to Georgie's in afternoon. Brock & I over to Nilborns sugar bush at night. Beautiful warm day.

Saturday, 31

Men choring and fixing sheep pen. Brock & I to town at night. Dull and like rain. Lightening at night snow going quickly.

Sunday, 1

Nashel here in evening. Dull at times and raining in afternoon and evening.

April Monday, 2

Men choring round all day. Cleaned clocks. Gerald here in morning to say good. bye. He is home on last leave. Rained hard all day until near evening when it turned to soft snow. Colder at night.

Tuesday, 3

Men done chores and fixing up fence that was torn down to let the old house out. Cutting wood in afternoon. I walked to town in morning. Mr. Jas. Ritch here for dinner. Fine morning but dull in afternoon. Little flurries of snow.

Wednesday, 4

Men done chores. Then cutting wood in bush. Brock to town at night. Beautiful bright day.

April Thursday, 5

Done chores. Brock took out three pigs. Choring in afternoon. Mr. Mc Isaac called about six o' clock. Uncle Rich o here in forenoon for shubarb. roots. Dull morning. Strong east wind and rain there turned to soft snow.

GOOD FRIDAY (DOMINION) Friday, 6

Done chores then Pa took Brock to ten train he gone up to Chatsworth for Easter. Choring in afternoon and wheeled out seeds into orchard and burned them. Snowy and dirty. Very stormy to wards night

Saturday, 7

Pa done chores. then to Drayton in afternoon with Cheyne for geo. Schieck. I up to Georgie's in evening. Beautiful bright day. Frost at night.

{Wrote Easter in header} Easter. Sunday, 8

Home all day, Lovely bright day but cold wind freezing hard at night.

April EASTER MONDAY (Dominion) Monday, 9

Pa done chores. Brock came home from Chatsworth on fine train and walked out. Bright and cold. Very high wind.

Tuesday, 10

Done chores and cutting wood. Nashel brought 1 gal. Maple syrup. Fine and cold. Mr. Isaac Nilborn and a mr. Parke called. Selling fertilizer. Mr. Craighton cassidy buried

Wednesday, 11

Done chores and cutting wood. Bill M e Tanish called about to look at some cows. Brock and I over to Nilborns at night to a taffy party. Fine and bright but quite dull in evening and milder.

April Thursday, 12

{Written in blacker ink except for Walton's death} Done chores and cutting wood in morning. Pa filled saw and brought in pork to dry. Brock and I at horne show in afternoon. Dull and turned much colder in afternoon with flurries of snow. Mrs. Wm Walton died.

Friday, 13

Done chores and cutting wood. Dulla dn cold.

Saturday, 14

Done chores and cutting wood. Very dull and cool with flurries of snow. Brock to town at night.

Sunday, 15

Ma and Brock down to Mrs. Waltons funeral in afternoon. Brock to church at night. Rather dull and cold north wind.

April Monday, 16

Done chores and cutting wood. Real dull and cool. Herb Brian enlisted in navy. Rank of lieut. And on Destroyer "Spray". Mr. Digby buried.{the only naval ship I could find under that name was actually a motor launch}

Tuesday, 17

Done chores and cutting wood. Sunny at times and much warmer. Brock and I over to sugar bush.

Wednesday, 18

Done chores in morning Brock to town. Got oats and had them chopped and got harnes had. At bush for a while in afternoon. Brock over to sugar bush at night Caft Brian came on ten train. He & I up to Gass's and round by Rothesy . Went to fine train with him. Beautiful warm day. a few drops of rain Nashel brought 1 gal syrup and got cream milk can for storage.

April Thursday, 19

Done chores and back building line fence between W ilmott and us. Came up about four o' clock when it started to rain. Rained quite steady all evening. Georgie here in afternoon. Brock drone his home. Fine in forenoon and breezy.

Friday, 20

Done chores and building line fence between Wilmott and us. Fine and very warm and windy after dinner. Cloudy to wards evening and thunder shower about eight. High wind.

Saturday, 21

Done chores and working at line fence. Brock & I to town at night. Fine and bright but cool.

Sunday, 22

Home all day. Brock at church at night. Harry here in evening. Fall of snow in night. Clara 3 yrs married.

April Monday, 23

Done chores and working at line fence. between Wilmott and us. Roy and Elwin here in evening. Brock over to Nilborns to get Nashel to help take cattle. to Moorefield. Beautiful day but cool. Frost at night. Mr. Carrigal buried.

Tuesday, 24

Done chores. Pa and nashel led Jark and Dina to moorefield and Brock took Dinah's calf in buggy. 187.50 for two. Working at fense in afternoon and got it finished. Beautiful bright day but cool.

Wednesday, 25

Done chores. Fixing fence on other place morning and afternoon. Dull and heavy shower after supper. Very high east wind all day and cold.

April Thursday, 26

Men done chores. Then put up wire fence in cow home and cleaning up grain in forenoon. Cleaning grain in afternoon. Roy here for rhubarb in afternoon. I up to Georgie's Dull, rain & snow at times cold wind heavy shower of rain in forenoon.

Friday, 27

Pa done chores. Brock to town in morning for shop. Got oats and corn and hen feed. Then breaking up pile of wood by pear tree and put it in woodhouse in afternoon Mr. Mrs. Seo Smith here in evening for rhubarb. Very cloudy and cold. Few flakes of snow.

Saturday, 28

Robt and Brock choring. Brook took olive to grain to go to Elora got the buggy fired. Robt started to pile lumber Brock helped finish it after came home from Drayton. Left straightening and wiring fence behind barn rather fine Ritcheson here to buy steers. Offered 12 .00 lb no sale. Brock at town at night.

Sunday, 29

All at home fine evening then Brock went to church. <inelligible> Richards and Emmerson Hambly here afternoon for an hour. very like rain.

April Monday, 30

Robt & Brock done up chores. Then got out the ploughs and started on the land. Ploughing soil all day by the Elm tree. Very fine morning but looking like rain all day ( I washed )

May Tuesday, 1

Robt & Brock choring and ploughing soil forenoon drizzling rain forenoon men wet when they came in at noon afternoon still raining and turned very cold toward night. Men choring round I ironed & baked pied

Wednesday, 2

He any fall of snow through the night high cold wind all day Robt & Brock choring . and Brock took crate of eggs and can of cream in town forenoon afternoon. Men went out to plough Cold and dark looking. Brock got cheque for one hundred dollars drom Wooddissee Bro. for old house.

May Thursday, 3

Robt & brock choring. Then Brock went to help Hode Hilborn to set pasts. There all day. Robt ploughing soil all day. Cold wind all evening. then calmed down. Mr and Mrs. Thompson 13 yrs married.

Friday, 4

Robt and Brock choring. and both ploughing soil all day. Cloudy and cool East wind. Haary Boothe here aft and bought. Donald & jimmy sold for 12. t 11 per lb. I came home from Elora walked out.

Saturday, 5

Pa and Brock took down the two steers, $ 278.50 in forenoon. Then Brock down after dinner for chop the 2 bags of potatoes from Joe and the seed from Hamilton. Pa went out to plought for a while in afternoon. Dull and cold, came on heavy shower. about noon and misting & dull in afternoon.

Sunday, 6

Brock and I up to Uncle Rich o s in afternoon. Brock to church at night. Rather dull. east wind and looking like rain. few drops in afternoon. Mother 54 yrs old.

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