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Mary Elizabeth "Minnie" Baker Diary, 1914-1918

Mary Elizabeth (Minnie) Baker handwritten 1914-18 04.pdf

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for Children's Day. Mr. Blake spoke. S.S. + Church in afternoon, and church at night Went home with M. & Mrs. Gillott.

May 25. Fine and hot. Spent holiday at Mrs. Gillot Went to Mrs. Whites at night and went fishing in a boat.

26. Fine and hot. Quite severe electrical storm in morning and at night.

27. Downpour of rain during forenoon. Harvey, Cecil, Cora and I went to S.S. conventiion at Summer Corners.

28. Fine. Norman Chalk Flossie and I went to Bayham S.S. Con. at Calton.

29 Fine and quite windy Home all day. Roy Mable and I went to town at night

31. Dad, Louie and I went to church. Dad brought me down in afternoon

June 1. Church at night. Cool Fine but cool

" 2 " and ".

" 3. " " ".

" 4. " " ". League.

" 5 " Choir practice.

" 6. " Took a music lesson Hazel and I went to see Mrs. Kent.

" 7. Fine and very warm. S.S & church in Union church. Mrs. & Mrs. Baxter and son and Mrs. Pineo here. Very hot.

" 8. Very hot

" 9. " " Cora and I went to Mrs. Ms. Nights for a little in evening

" 10 Very hot. Went to Mrs. Emerson Ms. Laggaret for tea all night

" 11. Hot. League

" 12 Much cooler. Cold north wind. Went to Mrs. Roberto for tea and then choir practice

" 13 Cool but fine. Mr. Ms. Laffarett, Frank VanSlyke Cora Hazel Stella, Alice, Gertis Lola, Glen John and I motored to Port Bruce and spent the afternoon and evening

" 14 Quite cool. L. Laiming class behun. S.S. & church twice. Mrs. L Whites for tea

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