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Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1922

XA1MSA249_1-5_EllaMaurerFarmDiaryJan1-Dec31, 1922_026.pdf

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FEBRUARY, 1918

Fri. Sun 3 Snowing and blowing all day. Walter went down to Waefle's this afternoon.

Sat. Mon 4 {Snowflinnie's?} Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this afternoon. Vivion spent the afternoon at addieno Reisto's. {illgible} Ellen was here for dinner.

Sun. Tues 5 Fair. mr & mrs. Otto miller, Laura & norman visited us today and were here for supper & dinner.

Mon. Wed 6 Cold. Walter's callers were - nicole Hoffer, Louis and Charlie.

Tues. Thurs 7 Cold and windy. Walter butchered a pig for Louis miller's. Callers were - Cecil Jackson and Joe Lawern.

Wed. Fri 8 Fair. Some {snowflunnies?}. Ella did her washing today. Walter took 2 loads of turnips to {alma?} today.

Thurs. Sat 9 Beautiful spring-like day. Walter shipped hogs from Elmina today and got home after 6 p.m. {Elvho?} King was here for this supper and mr. & mrs. Craig and Julia visited us after supper.

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