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Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1922

XA1MSA249_1-5_EllaMaurerFarmDiaryJan1-Dec31, 1922_028.pdf

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Fri. Sun 10 mild. Lincohn, {Edug?}, Willand & mildred came down and we butchered a pig and made sausage for them today. Born - 20 mr. & mrs. {illegible} Harold {illegible}.

Sat. Mon 11 Cold & windy. Walter worked in the stable nearly all day and he and Vivion went to Creeklauk this afternoon.

Sun. Tues 12 Cold. Very cold piercing east wind blowing. Walter & Vivion went to Woolevich church and Sunday school this afternoon. Mr. Buchaman a {illegible} speaker, Pete and illegible Roy.

Mon. Wed 13 Cold. Snowflunnies Walter took five pigs to the fair and sold them {illegible} slipped his hide. Callers were - E. Bell, Pete and Gordon Roy.

Tues. Thurs 14 Fair and cold. Snowflunnies. We butchered 2 pigs here for Pete Roy. Walter's callers were Mr. Whitlaw.

Wed. Fri 15 Fair and cold. Snowflunnies. Ella did her washing today. Walter butchered 2 pigs at E. Bell's. Callers were - Pete Roy and noah shoemakers.

Thurs. Sat 16 Very cold. clean and windy. Walter was shipping pigs today for Elmina.

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