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Mary Elizabeth "Minnie" Baker Diary, 1914-1918

Mary Elizabeth (Minnie) Baker handwritten 1914-18 46.pdf

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Mar. 8. Mild, Quite windy. Ladies Aid and prayer meeting at Mrs. C Daugharty's.

9. Fine. Pie soual at hall here. Proceeds 39.50. Mild.

10. Mild. Slayed here all day and tea in comforter.

11. Foggy. M.Blder pilled on Home M.P. Rorosing. Church here. S.S. Go Mrs. Leeson to dinner + tea. Mr + Mrs.J. Grillsot there. Cyril comes {illegible} to church.

12. Mild + fine sleighing gone.

13. Little colder. Go to Mrs. E. 14 Lessons to tea. Mr. moore there.

13. Quite fine.

14. Rainy

15. Rain, Sleet.

17. N.U. gale Go to town with R.Leeson's meeting Lourier + Roy and go home. Cyil at night.

18. Blustry with some snow. Louie + I go to church Cyril to tea. Church and home. Cold.

19. Colder. Quite windy.

20. Fine Milder.

21. " Spring like

22. " Ladies Aid at Mrs Chute

23. Rained. Windy. Mild group loron on cas. {illegible} go to church. Cyril in tea church and home.

26. Fine day. Roads quite good.

Mar. 27. Rainy + blustry. Mission Cude + prayer meeting here.

28. Fine.

29. Fine. Mild.

30. Colder. Windy.

31. Cloudy. Wee bit of rain. Stay at home all day and sew. Thunderstorm at night.

Apr. 1. Terrible gale last night. Rain really all day. S.S. and Church here. Roys Leeson to dinner and tea.

2. Rainy all day.

3. Fine. Rainy at night.

4. Fine. Ladies Aid at Mrs Sollons.

5. Rained all day. Intended to go home but too Rainy, Choir p

6. Quite a snow storm. Call up dad at nooN + Roy comes for me about 4 p.m. Cyril at night.

7. Quite windy but fine. Dad Louis + I to town.

8. Fine but cold to Cyril to dinner and tea. Then church at night

9. Cold and Windy.

10. " Cyril + I go in {illegible}

11. Fine. Louie + dad go to town.

12. " Cold. Cyril at night.

13. Little snow.

14. Fine. Cold. Louie + dad to town.

15. " ". to church in morning Cyril to tea to church then home.

16. Cold.

17. Fine Milder.

18. Fine turning to rain at night with {illegible} storm.

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