Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1927

Title

Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1927

Creator

Getrude Brown Hood

Language

English

Coverage

20th Century

Date Created

1927

Is Part Of

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

Year Book

...

1927

United States Fidelity

and Guaranty

Company


Arthur F. White, Insurance of Every Kind,

2 Thomton Avenue,

Toronto,

Kenwood 252S- W,

Ect 29,

UNIONVILLE, ONT

Phone: 1201

Frid aug 23 - 1929 St John's church stuck by lightning and burned down.

1926

Nov. 1st garden here

{Picture of large building}

Home Office Buildings.

YEAR BOOK

1927

UNITED STATES FIDELITY AND GUARANTY COMPANY

Baltimore, Maryland

R. Howard Bland, President

Saturday, January 1 1927

Weather: bold and very fine Eggs: Gathered 67 Presented with a Heifer calf We spent the day in the following way, On the wee small hours of the morning we came home from a dance given by the Tennis Club of Markham where we had a very fine time. New Year's gathering was spent by the {illegible} at the home of James Hood and a very enjoyable Time was the order of the day

Sunday, January 2

Weather: Not so cold but rather strong Eggs: Gathered 74 Attended church service in the Morning Mr Beller preaching, a large attendence Viola Walker came home with us for dinner and spent the rest of the day, joined later on by Maary + John Rodick On the evening we attended the young peoples meeting held in the church

Monday, January 3

Weather: Fair + mild. partly cloudy Eggs: Gathered 80 Sold 12 hogs. Weight 2180 at $11.25 7 selects, $2.15 extra = $259.00

Tuesday, January 4, 1927

Weather: mild, cloudy light snowfall

Eggs: gathered 91

Carried out an engagement with the Dentist, John Brown drove us to the city also taking Laura Della + Dorothy Payed a short visit to the gibbs on Broadview In the evening Mr + Mrs Cunningham came up for a game of cards


Wednesday, January 5, 1927

Weather: - fair mild turning colder by night

Eggs: 93

moved Bailed straw into the barn

Mrs. R. L. Sliver had the meeting of the n. Mrs. at her home

grinder re- babited by mr. Parkinson

Costing $6.00

Delivered 1 in straw + ½ ton hay to Walter Hood

J. French came down and got 100 lbs of hay

Presented with a little bull calf

Thursday, January 6, [1927]

Weather: - fair + cold strong n.W. wind

Eggs: gathered 97 + 1 Duck egg, first of season

Butter: churned 30 lbs

Nelson Boyington + Tim Paterson were around shooting rabbits and got eight


Friday, January 7, [1927]

Weather: - Very fair and cold (zero)

Eggs: - gathered 99 + 1 Duck egg

Washed + crated 53 doz eggs

Freased four chickens

Filled both chop bins

Fred went to Markham in the afternoon

Saturday, January 8,[1927]

Weather: - fair + Cold, zero

Eggs: gathered 107 + 1 Duck egg

Marked day, Produce from the farm

100 Pints of cream 55 Doz eggs 28 lbs butter 4 chickens

Mr. Cunningham paid for milk 90 cts

Delivered two loads of straw to Mr. French

Laura payed a short visit in the afternoon


Sunday, January 9,[1927]

Weather: East winds, partly cloudy + cold

Eggs: - gathered 101 + 1 duck egg

attended church + sunday school, attendance was fair, This being sacrament service

Jean + Dorothy payed us a visit in the afternoon and stayed for tea with us

Jean + Julie called on the Stevensons

In the evening we attended the young Peoples meeting which was taken by Mr. Eaton ?

Monday, January 10, [1927]

Weather: fine + cold. North East wind

Eggs: gathered 108

Butchered three hogs

attended service at the church in the evening, Mrs. Padjet + Rachel Paterson came home with us, joined later by Tim Paterson

The club held it first meeting

Robert Pinder came over and got his gander- $3.00


Tuesday, January 11, [1927]

Weather: fine + cold, zero

Eggs: gathered 99

Made pork meat up into headcheasi (headcheese?) + sausage + larde

Mrs. Brown + Margurite spent the day helping with the meat

attended the meeting at the church myself. Julie stayed at home

Jack Ash came over in the evening

Fred went home for the afternoon

Wednesday, January 12, [1927]

Weather: fair not so cold, West wind

Eggs: -gathered 111

Della came up in the morning and helped with the headcheese

Relined brakes on car and changed lisence plates. (77.872)

Received payment from Mrs. French on acc. $10.00

attended meeting a the church

Fred was not here to-day


Thursday, January 13, [1927]

Weather: - mild with snow

Eggs - gathered 99

Butter: - churned 29 lbs

Rec. (?) from Mr. Kelly for straw 3 ton - $30.00

Orangmens dance a Unionville

attended meeting a the church. after the meeting we went to Unionville and visited the Russels

Friday, January 14 Weather: Fair & Cold Northerly winds Eggs: 97 Presented with twelve little pigs Washed & crated 57 doz eggs Road blocked with snow to Unionville Convention at Unionville, unable to get there John Brown brought his radio batterie up to be stored, Isabell Scott came also - Gertie went to meeting at the church

Saturday, January 15 Weather: Fair. and very cold. North wind Eggs: 93 Market day. Produce fom farm 101 pints cream 55 doz Eggs 28 lbs butter Roads very heavy to {Youngest? Young St.?} Had supper a Atkinssons on the way home Tim & Teddy called in on their way home

Sunday, January 16 Weather:- Fair & cold, till noon, light snow Eggs: 109 & 2 duck Attended church in the Morning, services conducted by Mr. Sellar, asisted by his collage friend Mr. Wisher, fair good attendance Mr. Cunningham spent the evening with us, had a fire in the fire place making the evening more cheerfull

Monday, January 17 Weather- Partly fair, milder cloudy in afternoon Eggs- Gathered 80 & 2 duck eggs Presented with 15 little figs 7 died so far Filled bottom course of ice house with snow In the afternoon Laura & Isabel Scott came up and stayed for supper with us John came up after and left for a cutter ride Joe went to Unionville with Newton

Tuesday, January 18 Weather:- Mild, cloudy, East wind, light snow Eggs:- Gatherd 101 & 1 duck Started cutting ice, very best of quality and about eighteen inches thick {Gertie?} went for a tramp on snow shoes with Del. Stevenson and Mrs. Brillanger to the Rodicks. In the afternoon Mr. {Danders?} came in. fruit tree agent) and asked if he might stay all night, also ordered four trees, one Rambler & asparagrass roots In the evening I attended a meeting of the church board along with J Brown Wm Brook & L hood a Unionville

Wednesday, January 19 Weather:- Mild, Rain, Wind shifting to west Eggs- Gathered 95 Filled the {chof?} bins, and got one load of ice. Lake Shore got up to $18.10 Went to a meeting of the social comm at Wm Brooks but no one else came.

Thursday, January 20 Weather-Mild & cloudy Eggs-93 Not much doing Churned 28 Ibs butter Fred went to Markham in afternoon Mr. Wilcox came in to see how to connect up battery charger Laura came up for a visit and stayed for supper After supper we went down to visit aunt Ellen; Lizzie & Agnes found them all well

Friday, January 21 Weather:- Mild & cloudy Eggs - 108 - 1 duck Cut down four apple trees Gertie went to the city with John and Mrs Brown Sadie Rodick died

Saturday, January 22 Weather - North wind clearing and colder Eggs - 87 Market day Produce from farm 99 pints cream 55 doz eggs 27 Ibs butter 5 {bu?} apples Roads very icy and slippery

Sunday, January 23 Weather- Easterly wind. light snow, Wind shifting to north & clearing Eggs - 105 Attended church in morning attendance fair, Mr. Eaton preached. Mrs Brook came home with is to dinner Joined later by Peola Walker. Mrs Brook & Gertie called on the Hoopers and from there to Browns. I joined them later having supper at Browns, then Gertie, Laura & myself called on the Rodicks.

Monday, January 24 Weather - Fair & cold, a perfect winter day Eggs - 105 - 1 duck egg Gertie went down to Rodicks to help in the morning Cut down dead maple tree at the corner of the garden After dinner I made a trip to the {yonge? written in red indicating its by a different person} street to meet some friends of the Rodicks coming out to the funeral of Miss Sadie Rodick which was a very large funeral I went down in the evening to bring Gertie home John brought his battery up to be changed

Tuesday, January 25 Weather - Partly fair, Mod-cold, north wind Eggs 90 - 1 duck Haslled in ice, Irene came over in the afternoon with the children, Jim came over after supper and spent the evening Marquile & Jack came later Dorothy & Della were up from school for a short while {Kicke} cow presented us with a {illegible} calf Sent 10 hogs to city

Wenesday, January 26 Weather - Fair and very cold (20 below) Eggs - 97 - 1 duck Too cold to work outside, Fred went home Euchre club held second gathering Gertie started a plated rug Radio was very good

Thursday, January 27 Weather - Fair & very cold in the morning Moderating in the afternoon, south wind Eggs - 90 - 1 duck Churned 27 Ibs butter Cut two loads of ice in the afternoon getting pretty thick

Friday, January 28 Weather - Cloudy & Milder, South west wind Eggs - 81 - 1 duck Finished the ice, a good supply of choice ice New dry betteries put in tellephone Orangmens dance at {Lhonm?} hill

Saturday, January 29 Weather - Cloudy & Mild westerly winds Eggs - 69 Market day Produce from farm Eggs - 52 1/2 doz Butter - 26 Ibs Cream - 100 pints Apples - 4 bus. Mrs Brown, Jean & Dorothy were up for an afternoon visite Mrs Pinder & Mrs {Patinom?} came out with me from the city Shooting match held at the garage for dressed chickens.

Sunday, January 30 Weather - Very fair and mild a first then getting cloudy with high west wind & colder Rain during the early morning with thunder & lighting Eggs - 84 Attended Sunday School & church in morning Mr. Siller preaching Mr & Mrs. Brown came home with us, had dinner and spent the afternoon with us, John came up for them before dark Spent the evening at home.

Monday, January 31 Weather - Cloudy not very cold west wind Eggs - 87 Covered the ice with saw dust Euchre party at Unionville and first dance in the new town hall Mr & Mrs Dave Brown spent the evening with us playing 500 Dave & Gertie won Rec. from Mr. Kelly for 1 {illegible} straw $10.00

Memoranda Weather, a very good winter so far having just two short very cold spells two January thaws having lots of ice and not much snow roads {roads written in red with different hand writing} were only blocked for motoring three or four days Eggs in the month 2887

Tuesday, February 1 Weather - Cloudy and mild, partly fair W. wind Eggs - 63 Gertie went over to Irene's to help her get ready for the W.M.S. meeting I went back for her a night

Wednesday, February 2 Weather. Partly fair & not very cold, The bear would easly see his shadow Eggs - 89 The W.M.S. meeing was held at the home of James Atkinson, J. Brown took a load over and I went for them at night Started cleaning fall wheat Sold our stock in Lake Shore at $18.50

Thursday, February 3 Weather - Partly fair & mild folowed by strong west wind & colder Eggs - 85 Churned 27 Ibs butter Cleaned wheat, filled the chop bins Laura spent the afternoon and evening with us, John & Newton came up at {t written in red} night for her Spent the evening playing 500 & Euchre Premier King Banquet at the King Edward hotel Speech broadcast over C. 7.6.4. Bought. Nipising at $10.20

Friday, February 4 Weather - Very fair and not very cold N:Wind Eggs - 84 The high wind of last night wrecked the wind mill and it took all day to fix it, Three peices broken, having them all on hand it was fixed without delay, Took three peices over too Unionville to get straitened & Welded costing 75 cts Rec. from Mr. Cunningham for Egg & Milk $1.60

Saturday, February 5 Weather. Cloudy and Strong raw east wind with a little sleet at night Eggs - 80 Market day. Produce from farm Cream 100 pints Eggs 45 doz Butter 26 Ibs Apples 4 bu Jean Brown & Mrs Pinder came home from the city with me Gertie & Mrs Brown called on the Rodricks in the afternoon

Sunday, February 6 Weather - Cloudy and foggy East wind shifting to west in the evening and milder Eggs - 102 Attended Sunday School & church in morning, Mr. Eaton conducted the servie Spent the afternoon alone, in the evening attended the young peoples meeting calling in to see folks at the store on our way home

Monday, February 7 Weather - Fair & Moderate Eggs - 87 Cleaned some wheat. Mixed up a batch of chicken mask Mr. French came down and got two bales of hay - $2.50 Rec from Fred for grain $2.50 In the afternoon Gertie & I went to Unionville called at the bank ordered some {illegible} to be done called at the {Aeheo?} to see some oats for seed Euchre party at night, lange attendance Fred finished up his time, payed him balance of his income

Tuesday, February 8 Weather - Cloudy & Mild Eggs - 90 Not much doing, Aunt Agnes & Mrs. Cunningham spent the afternoon & evening with us Mr. Cummingham came up later for supper and the evening Sent two veal calfes to city weight 350

Wednesday, February 9 Weather - Cloudy & Mild Eggs - 109 Charged radio battery Attended poultry class at Richmond Hill in the afternoon. John Brown went also Gertie went down to visit Mrs. Young in the afternoon

Thursday, February 10

Weather - Fine + Mild

Eggs -97

Churned 34 {lbs?} butter

Attended the Poultry class at Richmond hill along with J. Brown Wr. Brook, + James Atkinson, Gertie, + Ms Brooke spent the afternoon at the Rodicks

In the evening we spent the evening at r. Brillingers


Friday, February 11

Weather - Fair + partly cloudy with west wind

Eggs - 94

Attended the poultry class at Richmond hill along with the rest of the gang, a good attendance were at the meeting throughtout as high as 155 were there

Dance at the hall tonight

{Saura?}spent the afternoon with Julie an stayed for supper {Stoud John?} battery

Saturday, February 12

Weather - Partly fair and cool north eind

Eggs - 105

Marked day produce from farm

105 {pint?} cream

53 {Dor?} Eggs

32 lbs butter

4 bu apples

Viola Walker went down to city with me and Viola, Teddy, Mrs Pindu + Jean Brwn cam out with me


Sunday, February 13

Weather - Cloudy and cool east wind

Eggs - 96

Attended Sunday School + church in the morning Mr Sedler took the sewie {-isted} by a friend Mr. Gnaw

Jean Brown came home with us and stayed with is the rest of the day going back home when we went to to attend the young peoples meeting

{bottom of page} this day promise to never speak of {crossed out} again

Monday, February 14

Weather - Cloudy + moderating east wind a light fall of snow

Eggs - 98

Wash day

{Euchu?} + dance at Unionville


Tuesday, February 15

Weather - Cloudy + moderate W. wind + clearing

Eggs - 102

Young Peoples skating party at Markham rink there were between fourty - fifty present, came back to Mrs. R. L. Stevens for lunch

Wednesday, Februrary 16 Weather - Cloudy & Mild with light snow at first turing to rain. East wind Eggs - 105 W.M.S. held a work meeting at the home of Mrs Leo Padjet ending up in the evening with a social gathering Heard about J. Ash buying farm near New Market

Thursday, Februrary 17 Weather - Cloudy & Mild Eggs - 93 Churned 35 Ibs butter Oil truck was in and left 45 gal oil Filled the chop bins Called on Mr & Mrs Hellems at Markham

Friday, February 18


Weather - Strong Northerly wind snow at first clearing + colder

Eggs - 97

Getting produce ready for market. John Brown came up in the morning for a little while

Spent the morning at the home of D. Brown playing 500 seven games


Saturday, February 19

Weather - Northerly wind, partly fair + cold

Eggs - 84

Marked day, Produce from farm

Eggs - 57 day

Cream 112 pts

Butter 34 lbs

Appples 4 bu

George Youngs the bataling surviver arrived hom (Toronto) today, big reception. Jean, Mrs Pinder + Mrs Paterson came out from the city with me

Della was up helping Gertie in the afternoon

Sunday, February 20 Weather - Easterly wind Cloudy Stormy & cold Eggs - 70 Attended Sunday School in the morning excused ourselves from church in order to be able to get down to Mothers for dinner which had been arranged

Monday, Februrary 21 Weather - Partly fair, Westerly wind & moderating Eggs - 96 Euchre at the hall to night Spent the evening at home

Tuesday, February 22 Weather - Very fine at first and frosty turning cloudy east wind and light snow & mild Eggs - 73 Nothing much doing Stevensons got a new car We all seem to have colds

Wednesday, February 23 Weather - Cloudy in morning, fine in afternoon & mild Eggs - 73

Thursday, February 24 Weather - Fair and Mild Eggs - 73 Churned 35 Ibs butter Attended a board meeting of the church at Victoria Square in the afternoon In the evening attended an organizing meeting for a poultry asociation at Markham village

Friday, February 25 Weather - Cloudy & Mild, soft snow at night Eggs - 76 Got produce ready for city Delivered Groceries and gathered up eggs Jim Atkinson called for a little while in the morning Jean was also with him Jim Paterson came over at night for a short time

Saturday, February 26 Weather - Cloudy & Stormy a little colder Eggs - 80 Market day, Farm Produce {Cream} - 112 pints Eggs - 44 doz Butter - 34 Ibs Apples - 4 bu Mr. Pinder came home with me from the city

Sunday, February 27 Weather - Cloudy but partly fair Eggs - 71 Attended church & Sunday School in the morning. Mr Seller conducted this service John & Marguerette came over for dinner and spent the afternoon Spent the evening at home Got the first goose egg of the season

Monday, February 28 Weather - Fair and just moderate Eggs - 84 Went over and gave Jim a hand to butcher two pigs Congregational meeting at the church about forming a charge with VS. Euchre at Unionville.

Memoranda Weather - The month has been very mild with very little snow and a fair amount of sunshine Eggs for the month 2456

Memoranda

Tuesday, March 1 Weather - Fair & cold Eggs - 80 & 1 goose egg Gertie went over too help Irene with the pork. I went over at night for supper Delivered one ton of straw to Mr. Wilcox $10.00 Oscar Brooks sale to-day

Wednesday, March 2 Weather - Fair & cold, North wind Eggs - 77 W.M.S. meeting at Mrs. Craigs

Thursday, March 3 Weather - Fair & cold Eggs - 86 Churned in morning 34 Ibs. Marguerite came in for a morning visite and stayed for dinner Filled the chop bines in the afternoon In the evening we want over to Padgits played Euchre & Seven up

Friday, March 4 Weather - Fair & cold in morning turning Milder Eggs - 79 Getting things ready for market Gertie went over to Mrs Stivers, a farwell for Marquerite by Mrs Stivers class Girls baseball. party at Unionville

Saturday, March 5 Weather - Cloudy & Mild Eggs - 75 - 1 goose egg Market day Produce from farm Cream -112 Pints Eggs - 44 Doz Butter - 33 Ibs Apples - 3 bu Mrs Robert Pinder came home from city with me

Sunday, March 6 Weather - Cloudy Showery & mild Eggs - 98 Attended Sunday School & church in the morning Dorothy came home with us for rest of the day. Gertie and Dorothy went calling in the afternoon Della Stevenson came up for supper and went to Young Peoples meeting in the evening with Gertie

Monday, March 7 Weather - Fair at first mild turning to snow Eggs - 78 Attended {sate?} at {Geo?} Forester in afternoon Fred started work again attended a meeting of the board of the church in the evening at the store Euchre at night Rec. {$3?} from Mr French for hey

Tuesday, March 8 Weather - Cloudy & mild northwest wind Eggs - 95 Mrs R L Stiner called in afternoon. Mr P Brown called to see fireplace. {Handwriting neater than normal. Or looks like someone else's handwriting.}

Wednesday, March 9 Weather - Fair and Mild Eggs - 76 - 1 Goose Gertie went to a quilting at Pinders. In the evening I joined the rest of party

Thursday, March 10 Weather - Fair & Mild Eggs - 83 Churned 35 Ibs butter Taped two maple trees D. Brown called and got half of the brick

Friday, March 11 Weather - Fair & Mild Eggs - 103 - 1 goose Taped more trees In the afternoon we went with John & Mrs Brown to Sharon to see John & Marquerite D. Brown came down and got the rest of the brick Dance at the hall

Saturday, March 12 Weather - Cloudy, Mild & showery by night Eggs - 95 Market day Produce from farm Cream - 111 pints Butter - 34 Ibs Eggs - 6 doz Apples - 3 bu Mr. Hellems was over and got first lot of eggs for settings at 6 doz at 45 cts = $19.70 Gertie went to city to day & Jean came home with us Laura came up and got dinner for the men stored Johns battery

Sunday, March 13 Weather - Cloudy & Mild showery rain at night Eggs - 93 - 1 goose Attended S. S. and church in the morning Mr. Sellar taking the sharge of the service Roads were very muddy spent the evening at home Presented with eight little pigs

Monday, March 14 Weather - 106 - 1 goose Wash day in the house Sent two loads of wheat to Unionville 63.40 bu @123 = 78.57 56.30 bu 123 = 69.79 Euchre & dance at Unionville Gertie captured the booby

Tuesday, March 15 Weather - Fair & mild Eggs - 114 - 1 goose Sent two hogs to city along with a load from D. Browns Weight 410 at $11.10 - $53.00 {illegible} them to the good road in the wagon on account of roads being so bad Three of us were pruning apple trees the rest of the day Stored the radio battery again.

Wednesday, March 16 Weather, Fair & warm - Misty in Morning light frost Eggs - 97 - 1 goose Filled the chop bins Attended farm stock sale at Harvey Mess Gathered a cream can of sap

Thursday, March 17 Weather - Partly fair - turning cloudy and showery Eggs - 102 - 1 goose Churned in morning 34 Ibs butter Laura came up too help Gertie get ready for a big day Friday (By the way) she washed the butter worker with sap Shot two crows

Friday, March 18 Weather - Heavy rain in morning clearing and then fine & warm - Eggs - 103 - 1 goose Men were cleaning seed grain Preparing for load for city, had two loads to take to the corner with the team on account of bad roads W.M.S. thank offering meeting was postponed on account of roads & rain However Mrs. Calvert & Janet French came along and spent the afternoon & evening

Saturday, March 19 Weather - Fair & a little cooler Eggs - 112 - 1 goose Market day, Produce from farm Cream - 109 pts Butter - 32 Ibs Eggs - 5 doz Apples - 3 bu & one chicken Miss Rea Scott & Mary Rodick came up to spend the afternoon & evening, stayed over night and went to church with us next morn. On my way to market in morning got stuck in the mud. Fred went with me to the corner, Left the car in Mike Boyington's garage when I came home Brought Joe. one dozen spring traps home with me

Sunday, March 20 Weather - Colder - Cloudy with snow Eggs - 91 - 1 goose Attended S.S. & Church in morning Mr. Eaton conducted the service We walked as the car was down at the corner on account of the roads Katie Craig was home for the afternoon Gertie went out to see her at night and went on down to Young Peoples meeting

Monday March 21 Weather - Rain in morning Cloudy all day East wind turning to light snow at night Eggs - 109 - 2 goose Took a cultivator over to Fred Vanhorns to put in the sale on the sleighs Went down to the corner to meet the baker on account of the roads Euchre at th hall suppesed to be the last night Gertie put in up a rug to hook Fred went over to Padjet and got the grader for cleaning seed barley Washed the bottles Mr French called for a bale of hay

Tuesday, March 22 Weather - Fair & cold northerly wind Eggs - 89 - 1 goose Cleaning seed barley, cleaning harness Mrs Brown came up in the afternoon to help Gertie with her rug Mrs Craig was up in the evening Gathered one kettle of sap

Wednesday, March 23 Weather - Fair & cold - south east wind Eggs - 95 - 1 goose Attended Fred Van horns sale The cultivator brought $7.50 Gertie went to village to audit W.M.S. books Mrs Brown & Laura & Mrs Cunningham were up for a while in afternoon Wm Clarks little boy (3 years old) died from diptheria

Thursday, March 24 Weather - Cloudy turning milder Eggs - 109 - 1 goose Churned 33 Ibs butter Got four bags laying mash for hens Hauled two loads of stone too fill in holes in the road Attended poultry Association at Markham along with Mr Wilcocks, Mr French from New Market spoke, called at Stevensons on my way home for Gertie

Friday, March 25 Weather, Fair and Milder Eggs - 100 - 1 goose Went to the good road to meet the baker also took the market load down later J. Brown brought his radio battery up for charging

Saturday, March 26 Weather - Cloudy East wind and soft snow all day Eggs - 83 - 1 goose Market day Produce from farm Poor market Cream - 106 pts Butter - 32 Ibs Eggs - 105 doz Apples - 3 bu Gertie went home in the afternoon, John & Dorothy were having a berthday oyster supper

Sunday, March 27 Weather - Fair and Milder getting cloudy by night Eggs - 109 - 2 goose Attended S.S. & church in morning Mr. Sellars and a collage chum took the service we walked down on account of the bad roads Gertie stayed at Hoopers for dinner and spent the afternoon with them

Monday, March 28 Weather - Fair & mild Eggs - 95 Gertie washed in morning Choped feed for hogs first then went to Mr. Hoover, By the way Leo sent me off with out puting water in the radiatior and the engine got pretty hot Euchre at Unionville the orchertra all went over with me 27 tabbes

Tuesday, March 29 Weather - Fair & spring like Eggs - 101 - 2 goose Went down to Browns to help them down with the frame of the old stable Gertie washed the bottles

Wednesday, March 30 Weather - Light snow cloudy and then clearing Eggs - 101 - 1 goose Gertie went to city with John & Marguerite Joe & Fred oiled harness Smoked & peppered the pork

Thursday, March 31 Weather - Fine & Mild Eggs - 112 Churned 33 Ibs butter Went to Unionville on business Joe & Fred pruned apple trees Filled the chop bin for the cattle Gathered up the sap buckets Russ Brillinger got 90 Ibs hen feed $1.55 Joe finished his time to night payed him the balance of his wages $160.00 Draged the roads for the first today Filled the ruts in, in the lane

Memoranda Weather - Mild throughout with a few cold spells and not much snow or rain indications of an early spring Eggs 2946 - 25 goose & 2 lost Cream 438 pts Butter 169 Ibs

Friday, April 1 Weather - Cloudy Easterly wind & cold Eggs - 98 - 1 goose Getting thing ready for city S.S. anual meeting at the church

Weather - Fine & warmer Easterly winds Eggs - 114 Market day Produce from farm (good market) Cream 106 pts Butter 31 Ibs Apples 4 bu Mr. Maclean came home with me for a try out for bothe of us Mrs Craig was up on business in the afternoon Jim + Teddy were in for the evening

Sunday, April 3 Weather - Cloudy - Easterly winds Eggs - 108 Attended S.S. & Church in the morning Spent the afternoon at home Attended Young Peoples meeting in evening

Monday, April 4 Weather - Cloudy Easterly winds Eggs - 106 Took the paper off the walls in the little east room ready for painting Jim was over for a little while in the morning Jean was with him Mrs Craig came up in the afternoon Euchre match on at Unionville to night Mr. Hellems got 60 doz eggs for hatching

Tuesday, April 5 Weather - Cloudy, rain East wind clearing Eggs - 114 - 1 goose Clipped three horses annual meeting at the church

Wednesday, April 6 Weather - Fine partly cloudy cooler by night Eggs - 126 Sent load of hogs to city 10-@10.80 weight 2060 - 8 selects went to city on business men dug out apple stumps Gertie attended W.M.S. meeting at the home of Mrs James Thompsons Mrs James Calvert was down for 7 doz eggs for setting

Thursday, April 7 Weather - Fair cold north wind Eggs - 11.0 - 1 goose Churned 31 Ibs butter Men house cleaning the stable & greasing harness Gertie put first coat of paint on the South East room John Brown brought Mrs Brown Laura & Marguerite up for a little while in afternoon

Friday, April 8 Weather - Fine & little warmer Eggs - 128 Went over to Mr. Bennies Lot 23 con. 10 for two year old bull for Mr Hooper Fred went to Ashes for seed oats. 45 bu

Saturday, April 9 Weather - Fine & East wind {illegible} the same temperature Eggs - 122 - 1 goose Market day Produce from farm (good market) Cream 106 pts Butter 30 Ibs Eggs 4 doz Apples - 6 bu Della was here helping Gertee with the work Men cleaned out the stone mound flower bed Set two hens on goose eggs (eight)

Sunday, April 10 Weather - Fine, cool, East wind shifting to north Eggs - 120 Attended S.S. & church in morning Mr. Sellars took the service Laura came home with us for dinner Della Dorothy and a girl friend came up in the afternoon for a walk Laura went back with them John brought his battery up later Gertie went out to village for a little while after supper

Monday, April 11 Weather - Fine & cool - North wind Eggs - 129 - 1 goose 1 duck - 1 Turkey Gertie washed Filled chop bins. Pulled out two stunys Started on the land for the first in the afternoon Attended party at Mina Sumerville's Gertie went over in the afternoon I went for the evening Laura was up for a little while

Tuesday, April 12 Weather - Cloudy. warmer clearing at night Eggs - 131 - 1 goose - 1 duck All {hair?} do on the land sowed 12 {illegible} of barely R. Pinder came over for seed grain Fine hops went to city all solids Mr. & Mrs. Walton were over for the evening, children also

Wednesday, April 13 Weather - Fine & cool north wind Eggs - 118 1 goose 1 duck 1 Turkey Seeding in feald over the {crick?} finished cultivating and half through seeding Little calf this morning. cow was in trouble at noon, had to have kelly.

Thursday, April 14 Weather - Fine & warmer Eggs - 118 - 1 goose 1 duck 1 Turkey Seeding in full suing Della Stevenson on was annound to collect for a present for Mr Sellers Tim & Teddy along with Gertie & myself went sucker fishing only got fine Churned 31 Ibs butter Mr Hellens was over and got 90 doz eggs ? Mrs Hellems came {also?}. Finished southeast room up stairs. Markham Mill truck was in with half ton of laying mash Oil truck was in with supply of oil

Friday, April 15 Weather - Fine & Warmer Eggs - 138 - 1 goose 1 duck 1 Turkey burned buckwheat stubble repaired litter eassier track Jmo. balvert came down for calf Dorthy & Della were up helping Gertie with the raking

Saturday, April 16 Weather - Cloudy - Mild. Showery East wind Eggs - 128 - 2 goose 1 duck 1 Turkey Market day Produce from farm (good market) Cream 104 1/2 Pts Butter 30 Ibs Eggs - 5 doz Apples - 5 bu Little carrier track switch and car head light welded - $1.00 Fine in fire place Brought Gertee a flower home for Easter

Sunday, April 17 Weather - Fine & warm Partly Cloudy, Misty at night Eggs - 128 - 2 duck Attended S.S. & Church in morning Mr. Eaton took change of service also had comunion servies In the afternoon, we along with Mr. & Mrs Brown went up to visit. John & Margerete Ash at Sharon. Mrs. Pinder came home with us from New Market

Monday, April 18 Weather - Fine & Warm Eggs 132 - 2 goose 2 duck All hands at the seeding The gang all went fishing at night three from Pinders. Jim, Rus. Brillinger Billyoung. Mils. Boyington. Les & Myself got seventy three all told with speers and a net got home at four o clock

Tuesday, April 19 Weather - Cloudy Warm partly fair Eggs - 140 - 1 goose - 2 ducks 1 Turkey All hands seeding Laura & Dorothy came up at night Jim & June & the Fing came over also gave them all some fish home with them.

Wednesday, April 20 Weather, Fine & cooler, North wind Eggs - 138 - 1 goose 2 duck 1 Turkey Finished seeding to day by patching up wheat Young peoples social gathering at the church Mr Sellar Mr Craw & Mr Wisher provided most of the entertainment Presented Mr Sellar with $58.00 at the close Gertie was down to see Mrs Young in the afternoon

Thursday April 21 {Different hand writing on a seperate sheet of paper, written by a different person} Thurs, pm April 21st-1927. Mrs R, L.Stiner and her S.S. class of girl, with a few others, met at the home of {illegible} Craig Beettonville, to organize a Jr, womens {Justilude?}. Mrs Jarvin Glares (distrist president) conducted the meeting. I really got a surprise when the ballets were counted, + I was slected president. Viola Walker was appointed see - Treaserer. On Sat 14 June several members attended the W.J. district annual meeting at Della Stephemoni, crowd.

Aug 13 Viola Walkers

Sept 10 Mrs Hords home with Fred Leoy as guest speaker on Hortietters. Oct 8 J.W.I. meeting held at Mrs R. L Stivee home 15 invited to {illegible} square Nov 12 Wed Nov 16 Janet French, mary +I attended a W.S. meeting in the city

Frid Dec.2. I at a meeting at night at Viola Walkers.

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Thursday April 21 Weather - Cloudy light shower shifting wind Eggs - 132 - 2 ducks 1 goose 1 Turkey Churned 35 Ibs butter in morning Fred took the day off Mack rolled the barley on corn stalks burned leaves in the afternoon Gertie attended an organization meeting of Junoir womans Institute Elected Gertie as president Attended poultry meeting along with Mr Wilcox at Markham

Friday, April 22 Weather. Cloudy cold north wind Eggs - 132 - 2 duck 1 Turkey Fred started to plough the orchard Mack harrowed & dished the root growned Gertie attended mission Band quilting at the church in the afternoon Picked over apples in morning and filled chop bin in the afternoon Eight little gosling hatched today

Saturday, April 23 Weather - Cloudy cold clearing at night Eggs - 136 - 1 goose 1 Turkey 2 duck Market day Produce from farm Cream 112 Pts Butter 34 Ibs Eggs - 5 doz Apples - 4 bu Fred ploughing in orchand, Mack started ploughing the root ground Went to Richmond Hill at night

Sunday, April 24 Weather - Partly fair, Cloudy Cold with snow fl. Eggs - 136 - 2 goose 2 duck Attended S.S. & church. Mr Sellars preaching his farwell sermon, a very large attendance, Cora Hooper came home with us for dinner and spent the afternoon. Jim & June and fry came over for dinner and also stayed for the afternoon Attended young Peoples meeting at night

Monday, April 25 Weather - Fine & cold Eggs - 138 - 2 ducks 1 Turkey Men bothe ploughed went to Richmond Hill for lumber for brooder house Mr & Mrs Rinder came over at night

Tuesday, April 26 Weather - Showery - strong south wind clearing at noon wind shifting to N.W. Eggs - 134 - 2 duck 1 goose Moved the brooder house into south orchard Mr. Hellems was over for eggs 57 doz Laura was here for a little while

Wednesday, April 27 Weather - Fair, cool & partly cloudy Eggs - 136 - 2 duck 1 goose 1 Turkey Churned 36 Ibs butter Layed floor in brooder house Fred sowed 7 achres of the fall wheat with {alsihe?} Attended board meeting of the church at Unionville, Gertie went out to the village till I came home Set the young goose on 12 eggs Allie Smith was married in Eaton Memorial church to day

Thursday, April 28 Weather - Cloudy & cool partly fair Eggs - 116 - 2 duck 1 goose Churned 36 Ibs butter Set up the brooder stove Went over to Jims at night with some flower roots Gertie atended an inatitute meeting at Stevensons Eveline Hood was married to day

Friday, April 29 Weather - Fair & cool Eggs - 136 - 1 duck Did some choping for the hogs Fred gathered up stones off the affalfa seeds and harrowed the orchand in the afternoon Mack dished the root ground Look the south chimney off the house & made a flower bed by the verandah Laura came up for the afternoon & John & Mrs. Brown came up for her at night

Saturday, April 30 Weather - Fair and warmer Eggs - 127 2 duck 1 goose 1 Turkey Marked day produce from farm 115 pts cream 35 Ibs butter 45 doz eggs 4 bu apples Mr Hooper went to city with me Jean Brown came home with me stayed for tea and them we took her home Gertie attended a committee meeting of Institute at Stevenoons in afternoon

Memoranda Weather. Generaly fair rather cool and not much rain, very little growth No delay in seeding Eggs - 3769 for the month

Cream 543 pts "

Butter 160 Ibs "

Apples 25 bu "

Memoranda

Sunday, May 1 Weather - Partly fair - warmer & cloudy at night Eggs - 127 - 2 duck, 1 Turkey Attended S.S. & church in morning Mr Eaton took charge of service had an after meeting of the membras of the congregation to decide on a proposed change in the arrangments of the circutes John came up for his battery Gertie went to Young peoples meeting at night + took Mrs Cunningham.

Monday, May 2 Weather - Fair & warm - Turning cloudy Eggs - 115 - 2 duck 1 goose 1 Turkey Men started working on buckwheat ground Went to see about gravel for church basement along with Mr. Paterson turned the rasberry bushes in the afternoon

Tuesday, May 3 Weather - Showery - & little cooler Eggs - 124 - 1 duck 1 Turkey Spent the day in Toronto, bought some furniture for little room up stairs and ordered suite of clothes

{illegible}- rain in the morning cleaning in afternoon eggo 122-2 duck 13{illegible}

mum cleaned wheat in morning a drew gravel in lane in afternoon

in afternoon helped to let the name of the mill down got about {hall?} down.


{Merthen?} - i loudly {ocaslmal?} eggo 125 - 2 duck, {illegible}

{churnned?} 36 {illegible}

{Hnid?} went to {help?} finish the mill mr. Eeliot fell amd was very badly hurt was taken to the hospital in the afternoon Mack i laughed

{killed?} the {chat?} {lins?} & {illegible} {illegible} {canly?} {illegible} in garden

{allumied?} drama at the church grave by Richmond Hill United church & M.D {ralled?} {illegible} mack. {illegible} year get two {hims?} on duck eggs

Eatoms truck delivered {hant}? of funiture

Friday, may 6

weather - rain & warm

eggs - 121 - 2 duck 1 goose 1 turkey Men ploughed. finished the B.W. field went on a delivery trip for {illegible. in morning Gertie & I went in rome garden in afternoon Bella & Davis were here all afternoon moved lilac tree at night

saterday, may 7

weather - rain & warm eggs -129- 2 duck market day produce from farm(good market) cream - 115 -pts butter - 35 - Ibs eggs - 15 duck apples - 4 bu. Men were both cultivating Went to city the back way first time this spring, mrs cummingham came home with me went to Unionville at night, and called at ms {shils?} on my way home for walmart trees to plant

Sunday, May 8 Weather - Fair & warm strong East wind Eggs-125 1 duck 1 Turkey Attended SS & church in morning. Mothers day program was carried through in SS. & Mr. {Brauthuite?} took the service in church good turnout Della Brown & Ruth Walker come home with us for dinner & stayed for the afternoon went for a little walk at night

Monday, May 9 Weather - Rain & warm Eggs-129 2 duck 1 Turkey Went to Gormley for fruit trees from E.D.Smith, also asparagras & rambler Planted them in afternoon Mrs. Walter Scott died to day

Tuesday, May 10 Weather - Rain in Morning clearing in afternoon very strong wind south west Eggs - 123 - 2 duck 1 goose 1 Turkey Fred went home in morning Men repaired fence in afternoon Gertie & I cleaned milk house & noon in afternoon Wind nearly weacked the silo, got there just in time to save it Attended young Peoples meeting at Victoria Square at night, good attendance

Wednesday, May 11 Weather - Cloudy & cool west wind Eggs - 111 - 1 duck Eight teams had a bee to haul graved for church basement from Mr. Bells on third, bad getting out Gertie held wash day to day Attended Mrs Scotts funeral in afternoon very large funeral. Irene came over and went with us Mrs Craig came up at night

Thursday, May 12 Weather - Cloudy, cool turning Milder Eggs - 117 - 1 duck 1 goose {illegible} Churned 35 Ibs butter in morning Men drew grand for lame Five gasolines hate hed to day Planted asparagrass roots in afternoon Jim + Jean were over at night Mr. Hellems brought 500 chicks later in the evening

Friday, May 13 Weather Fair Eggs - 122 - 1 goose Worked the mangel ground, drilled & sowed the seed also sowed some garder peas in orchard Eaton truck delivered the rest of furniture Mr. Helleme was over & got 57 doz eggs and 23 turkey eggs to hatch

Saturday, May 14 Weather - Cloudy showery, East wind Eggs - 102 - 1 duck Market day Produce from farm Cream 110 pits. Butter 34 Ibs. Eggs 60 doz. Apples 2 bu. Brought suit of clothes home whitch had been ordered a few days before Gertie attended first meeting of the institute held at Mrs Browns

Sunday, May 15 Weather - Cloudy - light showers Eggs - 123 - 1 duck 1 goose Attended S.S. & church in morning not a very large turn out Mr. Eaton took the service Gertie went over to Stevensons for supper and went down to Young Peoples {afer?} with Della

Monday, May 16 Weather Cloudy {ocasional?} showers Eggs - 122 Mack ploughed in summerfollow Fred drew load of gravel & one of stone for the church basement {The?} tree started to day on the flour of the basement Gertie went down home for the afternoon planted two more wallnut trees Set hin on four goose eggs Della S. {Reta?}. Mrs Miyer & {illegible} came up at night for milk & to see little chicks

Tuesday, May 17 Weather - Very fine in morning turning to rain at night Eggs - 110 - 1 goose 1 duck Filled the chop bins in morning Men bothe ploughedin foll on Helped to coment the flour in basement of church Mack ploughed out a nest of rabbits and gave them to Juin Gertie went o recital at Unionville at night which was very good.

Wednesday, May 18 Weather - Partly fair Eggs- 121 - 1 duck Men ploughed in follow Helped all day at the church Set two hens on duck eggs

Thursday, May 19 Weather - Fair at first rain by night Eggs - 112-1 goose 1 duck Churned 33 Ibs butter in morning and helped Mr Hooper line up for fence went down to church in afternoon Men ploughed in morning and spread manure in afternoon Mr. Hellems was over and got 30 doz eggs

Friday, May 20 Weather - Partly fair Eggs - 125 1 goose 1 duck odd jobs all day. Men ploughed in follow set the old goose on 13 eggs

Saturday May 21 Weather - cloudy ocasional showers Eggs - 126 - 1 duck Market day produce from farm Cream - 110 pts Butter - 31 Ibs Eggs - 32 doz Apples - 3 bu Gertie house cleaning Della came up to help her Fred went to auto sale at Unionville Jim bought a car went down to straiten thing up at the church Gertie oiled {illegible} at night.

Sunday, May 22 Weather - Fine & warm Eggs- 116 - 1 duck Attended church & D.D. in morning Rev Mr. Lee took the service, coming up here for dinner. Mrs Lee was along also In the evening we went down to aunt Eillens for a short visit

Monday, May 23 Weather East wind, rain all day Eggs- 118 - 1 duck You wet to do much of any thing one load of straw delivered to Thorncliff Finished putting iron fans along un front of pig pens Gertie was out to visit Rina {Yernysong?}

Tuesday, May 24 Weather - Cloudy, rainy & Misty. Eastwind Eggs - 132 - 1 duck Holliday - nothing doing Fair at Richmond hill postponed till Saterday on account of the weather John brought his batterie up to be charge

Wednesday, May 25 Weather. Cloudy rainy and clearing Eggs - 116 - 1 duck sent two loads straw to Thornecliff Men cleaned up wheat Gertie went to city in afternoon Jim & Ivy were over at night

Thursday, May 26 Weather - cloudy showery & cool Eggs- 109 - 1 duck Churned 36 Ibs butter in morning Men ploughed in morning and drew manure in afternoon Helped {Les?} put up gas {illegible} Went over to Jim's at night Mr. Hellems was over and got 39 doz eggs

Friday, May 27 Weather - Fair and cool Eggs - 121 - 1 duck Men were at the manure again stretched fence in morning & dug up some closed draine in afternoon Gertie painted the sellar way

Saturday, May 28 Weather, Fair & warmer Eggs - 123 - 1 duck Market day, produce from farm Cream 105 pts Butter 36 Ibs Eggs 23 doz Apple 2 bu Men were at the manure Laura was up for the day

Sunday, May 29 Weather - Cloudy, East wind, Partly fair Eggs - 114 - 1 duck Attended S.S.& church in morning Mr. Eaton took the service Mr & Mrs Jordon Wilam were out for the evening, John & Isobel were in for a few minutes later were here in time to see, Wilsons

Monday, May 30 Weather - Cloudy, Eastwind (no rain). Eggs-117 - 2 duck Men were at the manure Did some choping after dinner and then cultevated the the potatos ground & the orchard over once Gertie had a big washing Mrs Brown was up for a while in afternoon Took Jim's old potter home with his broken wing Gertie took {illgeible} out at night

Tuesday, May 31 Weather - Cloudy - Windy & cool Eggs - 109 - 1 duck {Illegible} corn ground Fred scupled the {mangels?} and then went went home, had tooth ache Mack cultivated Duchead out ground Three loads of straw went away

Memoranda

Wednesday, June 1 Weather, Very fine, warmer Three loads straw went away Fred came back at noon Mack dicked the corn ground Gertie atended W.M.S. in afternoon Mrs. Cunningham & Mrs Brown & Gertie went down to {illegible} to see Rosgina Mr. Burnam was here to see about papering this room, Jim & Teddy came in while Mr Burnam was here

Thursday Jun 2 Weather. Very fine Churned 46 Ibs butter in morning 18 ducks hatched (18 eggs) Men were spuding thistles Loud & half of straw & half load bay Attended shower for {Marjony?} Mansfield at night very good burnout Jim Allen ran over a man with truck loaded with 5 ton coal, not hi fault Fred patched roof of little barn

Friday, June 3 Weather Fine and warmer East wind Load hay went away first thing worked in garden most of day went one the south trip for Las. at noon planted corn cucumbers & tomato plants in garden at night Jim Atkinson came in for a little while at night Men speeded thistles all day

Saturday, June 4 Weather Cloudy rained most of day E. Wind Market day Produce from farm Cream 100 pints Butter - 44 Ibs Eggs - 63 doz 1 doz duck Men cut potatoes for planting Gertie & I went down to Browns at night

Sunday, June 5 Weather. Cloudy cool. North west wind (strong) attended S.S. & church in morning Mr. Lee took charge of service Mr & Mrs Brown came home with us for dinner, and then went out to Miss Fineheller's funeral at the village Attended Young Peoples metting at night Mrs. Clerk took the main topic for the evening

Monday, June 6 Weather Fine- Load hay went first thing thing Fred scufled mangles Mack hanowed summer {illegible} all day Took paper off sitting room ready for paper hanger Jim Allen brought 4 ton coal and took lood of unheat away at $1.42

Tuesday, June 7 Weather, Fine and warm Load of hay went first thing Fred cultivated root ground Jim Allen took second load of wheat at $1.45 cleaned up another load of wheat Went over to Jims for al little Gertie went down to the church in afternoon to help {sent?}

Wednesday, June 8 Weather - warm, showery afternoon {illegible} Jim Allen took third load of Wheat at $1.45 Les took load of buckwheat to city at 85 ets Cleaned wheat Mack cut potatoes Gertie went down to aunt Ellens in afternoon to W.M.S. meeting Young Peoples meeting {soieul?} evening on Stevensons lawn Art White was here for dinner

Thursday, June 9 Weather. Cloudy. Showery. Churned 56 Ibs butter in morning Mr. Burnam papered sitting room Planted potatoes & worked born ground

Friday, June 10 Weather. Cloudy. Showery. Windy, warm Planting potatoes, & worked com ground Wild Rodick came up for silo rod Made a new chicken feeder Gertie varnished wood work in sitting room and cleaned it up

Saturday, June 11 Weather, Fine & warm Market day. Produce from farm Cream 100 pts Butter 54 Ibs Eggs 57 doz 1/2 doz duck Fred Sowed insilage com (1 acres) Mack ploughed in buckwheat ground Launa & Marion Euron wase up for evening and stayed over night Heard Cap. Lindbang speak form Washington Gertie finished the sitting room

Sunday, June 12 Weather - Fine and warm Attended S.S. & church in morning Mr. Eaton took the service After dinner went for motor ride Mr & Mrs. Brown & Mack {illegible} went along Went up to Sharon and back John & Marquirite were down this way In evening a friend of Mack's came in (Mr. Lregg) stayed for supper and then we took them out to the street car mack went away for a few days called in at Jims on our way home but they were away Uncle Jim Hoods & Patersons were up in afternoon while are were away

Monday, June 13 Weather, Fine turning cloudy in afternoon Fred took potatoe planter home sowed cover & creams south of orchard Jim Allen took two loaded of wheat away at $1.48 Finished cleaning wheat then howed {illegible} planted cabage plants in garden Laura was up helping Gertie in afternoon Ollie Bun called in for a little in afternoon

Tuesday, June 14 Weather Fine & warm turning cool Leo took lod of hay in morning Jim Allen got last load of wheat also brought one ton coal Choped, scuffled garden & cleaned stove pipes Gertie attended Joint Womens Ims. at Wexlord in morning & afternoon Went to Unionville at night for hair eat.

Wednesday, June 15 Weather. Fine & cool North wind Les took load of hay in morning Gertie & I went to city in morning Fred hoed mangles all day I helped in afternoon Mack came back about clever ploughed in afternoon Gertie attended W.I. meeting at Mrs. Leacones in afternoon

Thursday, June 16 Weather - Fine & Warm Churned 37 Ibs butter in morning Mack ploughed Fred hoed mangels

Friday, June 17 Weather Fine Took the stove out of chicken house and put in roosts. Howed mangels Mack ploughed Fred drilled up potatoes

Saturday, June 18 Weather, Cloudy. showery at times Gertie and I left for {Synacuse?} called for Jim & June and children left at half past eight got there about nine oclock at night 299 miles ha me punctire, Had lunch at Niagra Laura came up to keep house for Gertie & Edith Craig stayed for company Produce Cream 100 pts butter 35 Ibs Eggs 57 doz

Sunday, June 19 Weather Cloudy Showery East wind Jim & I went for a strole around town in morning in the afternoon In afternoon the bunch went for a motor trip and had a fine trip even if it did rain

Monday, June 20 Weather, Fine and warm Spent the day at Syracinse, Jordon took us all up for a ride in the airoplane in the afternoon, Jim & Irene first & then Gertie and I. 3000 ft high & 100 mile an down every body enjoyed it but Jim In the evening Jordon took as all to the show

Tuesday June 21 Weather, Fine and warm Me left Syracuse this morning for home at quarter to ten and got home at nine oclock with out any mishap, third but all enjoyed it and found every thing O.K. at home Men had buckwheat ground ready for sowing and {mangds?} nearly finished We went 200 miles in our way home comming by Rochester went 700 miles all told from start to finish

Wednesday, June 22 Weather, Cloudy and rain then clearing & warm Got into working order again in morning dry cleaning up buckwheat after an inspection of place Men fiyed fence in morning and sowed buckwheat in afternoon

Thursday, June 23 Weather, Cloudy, Warm, rain, early in Noon. {illegible} cool at night {news paper covers half of page} butter in morning n ovehand in morning tatoes & seuffled mangles ed Buttonville ball ville wone {news paper reads} What W EAST YORK WOMEN AT ANNUAL MEETING Commendable Report Given by Scarboro' Junction Women's Institute MRS. GRAVES RE-ELECTED The varied character of the Women's Institute program and the possiblities of achievement were demonstrated by the splended reports submitted at the annual meeting of the East York dis-trict of the Women's Institutes which took place on Thursday a St. Andrew's Church, Markham, with the President, Mrs. Irvin Graves, in the chair. To the Buttonville Junior Branch, with a membership of 29, went the palm for attendance, which averaged 27. This organization purchased flan-nelette and made garments for chil-dren in an orphanage, at the same time providing a gift and cheer-box for each small {illegible} From left-over pieces a {illegible}

Wednesday, June 22 Weather. Cloudy and rain then clearing & warm Got into working order again, in {news paper cuts off half the page} morning dry cleaning an inspection of place Men fired fence in sowed buckwheat {news paper cuts in} aturday, 1 p.m. News of the day {half a photo of a bed}

Thursday, June 23 Weather, Cloudy, Warm, rain early in {Moon?} turning cool at night butter in morning {news paper covers half the page} butter in morning n rchard in morning tatoes & scuffled mangds ed Buttonville ball ville wone {new paper section} Gives Cups for Oratory. Lake View Branch reported interesting monthly demonstrations and com-petitions, and an ingenious use of the roll call. It donated two silver cups to S.S. No. 9 for a contest in oratory, gave assistance to helpless infants and to sick persons. A particularly commendable report came from Scarboro' Junction Wom-en's Institute, and told of buying "wool-len underwear for the mother of a family, and underwear, stockings, boots and rubbers for the children." It sent regular donations to a deserted wife, assisted with a cot for the new East End Hospital, gave an offering toward the salary of a doctor in Northern On-tario, and sent flowers to various hos-pitals. It help a shower of canned fruit for the Home for Incurabl Chil-dren, and another of fruit cake for the King's Mission. The Richmond Hill Branch told of paying a story-teller to conduct a with the public library, and the Stouff-ville organization reported a gift of a its municipality. A choral class with 112 members was also organized at Stouffville. A Flower Day in the month of August was a red-letter occasion in the Union-ville Branch. Wexford Junior Institute told of total receipts for the last year of $230, and expenditures of $199. The various junior branches reported full member-ship in the League of Nations Society, and the Buttonville Branch became a member of Child Welfare Council. The Markham Sextet rendered sev-eral selections at the annual meeting, and one of the younger members gave a delightful piano solo. Mr. Harris spoke on the development of the new East End Hospital, to which the dis-trict is a subscriber. Judge Mott Speaks. Much interest was aroused by Judge H. S. Moot, who spoke about problems confronting parents. He urged his hearers to use every effort to reduce wastage in child life. Mrs. I. Graves was re-elected Presi-dent by acclamation. Mrs. Young and Mrs. Mason were appointed Vice-Presi-dents, and Miss Heron was made Sec-retary-Treasurer.

Wednesday, June 22 Weather Cloudy and rain then clearing & warm {news paper cuts off half of paper} Got into working orde Morning dry cleaning an inspection of place Men fryed fence in sowed buckwheat {News paper cuts in} COMFORT COLORED D SHEETS Pillow Cases, with ose, soft blue or l, refreshing sleep. ul color scheme of rdered Bath Towels hades of blue and pink dd their note of Sum- ss to the modern, color- n. Their bright-hued the effect of soft vel- x 40 inches. At pair

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Thursday, June 23 Weather, Cloudy, Warm, rain early in Noon turning cool at night Churned 53 Ibs butter in morning howed in afternoon Men ploughed in orchard in morning and harrowed potatoes & seuffled mangles in afternoon Focust Hill played Buttonville ball at night Buttonville wore.

Friday, June 24 Weather - Fine cool turning little warmer Fred sowed Buckwheat in orchard & Much rolled buckwheat in morning topped thisltes in afternoon {illegible} Dquau beat Browns Corners 22-2 ball game

Saturday, June 25 Weather, Cloudy, two thundey, storms warm turning cooler Market day Produce from farm Cream 85 pts Butter 52 Ibs Eggs $4 doz 1 doz duck Men stopped thistts in morning & worked around the farm in afternoon Gertie went down to Mrs Youngsin the afternoon Mrs Stevenson {illegible} raigcame home with me from city

Sunday, June 26 Weather-Fine & warm Attended S.S. & church in morning Spent the day at home, In the evening, ive had several callers Norm & Laura came in, Mr Frost & Jim called for fe minutes. Mr & Mrs Jordon Wilson for a little visite and Katie & Florome Craig.

Monday, June 27 Weather. Fine & warm Men toped thistler Went to Unvionville to see Norm. then went to Richmond Hill for repairs. Mask went with me Gertie had tea at stephensons. With {Mishloddorsws?}

Tuesday, June 28 Weather. Fine & warm Made a start at the hay cut some alfafn in morning Mack worked in orchard & havowed potatoes, Men finished toping thestlrs in afternoon Gertie had some girl friends in in afternoon & evening to mist Katie Craig, margirle & John also came down

Wednesday, June 29 Weather, Fine & Very warm Men hord mangels in morning worked at bay in afternoon Churned 36 Ibs butter in morning went on trip for eggs for des in afternoon Went out to Richmond Hill at night for mower repairs

Thursday, June 30 Weather - Fine & very Warm Men worked at hay & hoed mangels Market day to day on account of holliday very. small attendance at market Induction of Rev Mr. Woods to this pastoral change was held at St Johns in the evening Weeks produce Butter-35Ibs Cream-40 pts Eggs-38 doz Mack finished his time to night

Memoranda

Memoranda

Friday, July 1 Weather. Fine & very warm Fred cut hay in morning, took the holliday in afternoon Confederation celebrations held from coast to coast, of the Sevtrith {annifersay?} of Dominion of Canada In the evening, We went down to Mm Youngs along with Irene & Jim & Mr & Mrs Spiers Norm Ried came ready to start work for six months

Saturday, July 2 Weather Fine & very warm light rain at night Every body could hay all day after being racked by Fred Bella was up helping Gertie for the day at night we went out to the store and gave Viola a hand with the store work

Sunday, July 3 Weather, Partly fine cooler & strong wind Attended church & S.S. in morning Mr. Woods our new pastor preached his first sermon to us, very good attendance Spent the day at home In the evening attended Young Peoples meeting. Miss Preston a returned Messionary from Japan gave a very enter-esting address on Japan and her work on our way home we called in the Browns for a little while

Monday, July 4 Weather. Fine & cool. strong wind Drew in hay in morning 5 loads (good shape) choped after dinner. one load of hay and then quit on accound of wend and thinned mangels Della was up helping Gertie

Tuesday, July 5 Weather, Fine & a little warmer Drew in hay. 11 loads Les lie gave us a hand in afternoon Oil truck was in and filled up with coil oil Jim & Teddy were in for a short time at night Rinhy Dinks beat Buttonville at ball Dalle was up again to day to help Churned to-day 35 Ibs. made over 35 Ibs.

Wednesday, July 6 Weather, Cloudy Showery. cool Norm went to city in morning and then men ploughed mangels in afternoon Fixing at steering of car most of day W.M.S meeting was held here. Members of St Johns were here also good attendance Mrs Jones of Markham spoke

Thursday, July 7 Weather. Cloudy showery cool & clearing Thinned mangels in afternoon with Norm & Fred cultivated corn churned - 33 Ibs butter.

Friday, July 8 Weather - Fine - Warm Norman cut hay in morning Fred seuffled mangles afternoon drew in 5 loads hay.

Saturday, July 9 Weather - Fine - very warm - Market day - 68 Ibs butter, 68 Dg eggs 75 pts cream Dorglas came home at noon worked at hay. Institute meeting at Stephenoos in afternoon, a good meeting & splendid crowed. Douglas & I went over at night to see {Cerval?} & migstle.

Sunday, July 10 Weather-Fine-cool - chilly at night attended Sunday School & chunch in A.M. our Sunday to work. Lovleys straw strak on fire. Pat & {illegible} wheat. Slept in afternoon- mr & mrs Hellems came over for tea.

Monday, July 11 Weather - Fine - very warm. Cut hay in little field north bamat from {Clelrd?} aim. Cumped hay & drew in 8 loads hay. saw old tunlay & little over. Where? Wash day. Had new {illegible} for dinner in cone. went over to see tll game at night were disapainted Richmond Hill did not come out.

Tuesday, July 12 Warm very warm Parade out {marlcan?} Fred scuffled potatoes normans eat hey- Dougles hoed etc. Cumped hay in afternoon. went to the store at night, then I went on down honest & took some ice cream. {illegible} margairte were home. Jeam was home from her holiday at {minslota?}.

Wednesday, July 13 Weather Fine at first showery by night Norm cut hay, Fred raked hay in morn all lumped hay in afternoon Jean came up for visit B of came over at night Dorothy was here also

Thursday, July 14 Weather, Cloudy showery, clearing in aft. Norm cut hay on afternoon Churned 46 Ibs butter in noon Jean & Dorothy stayed over till today went home in afternoon Mr Nickots came down to see about bailing hay Welemain boy was drowed in blacks pond at night

Friday, July 15 Weather, East wind rained all morn Fred went home for the day Norm & I went to Nickols to bale hay (Gertie was alone all day)

Saturday, July 16

Weather Clearing

Market day Produce, good market

Cream 75{pts?}

Butter 44 llo

Eggs - 57 doz

Norm went to finish day at Nichols. Fred struck out alfalfa with ploughs raked hay


Sunday, July 17

Weather, Unsettled, heavy rain in afternoon

Attended S.S. a church in morning

Went with Jini + Irene for dinner attended funeral of Wellmanboy in afternoon at Headford

Norm + Fred did chores

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Citation

Getrude Brown Hood, “Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1927,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed May 23, 2024, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/379.

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