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Mary Elizabeth "Minnie" Baker Diary, 1914-1918

Mary Elizabeth (Minnie) Baker handwritten 1914-18 47.pdf

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April. 18. Really warm. Turning to rain.

20. Fine. M waits took us to cos. Dad comes for me. Cyrol.

21. Fine Dad and I went to town. Go colder.

22. Windy but cool. Church in the morning. Roy and I go around the block. Cyril comes to tea, church, home.

23. Quite cold. Yes, it's off here.

24. Fine {illegible} about 2 p.m.

25. Rained really all day. Prayer {illegible} at Ms. Walker's.

26. Rainy.

27. Fine. Ms. Wal lakes {illegible} is sick.

28. At Mabels she is in bed with inflammation of the veins in her left leg. Fine.

29. Rainy. Roy comes to dinner + takes Howard home with himm Cyril + I come home. Colder.

30. Dry windy. Fine.

May 1. Rain during night + all day.

2. Windy. Cold. Mission + Mrs C.M. Lons prayer meeting at Mrs. S. Down. Cold.

3. Cold.

4. Cold + Windy. M. Waite takes me to can. Go to Mabels. Heavy rain.

5. Rainy. Cyril at night.

6. Fine rain. Louie had + Howard come to dinner with Mabels then i went home with them Cyril at home + to tea.

7. Cold. Fine.

8. Quite cold. Go to Mrs. Leesons to tea.

9. Fine. Mrs. Walker to prayer meeting Otte + Youdy come here.

10. Fine. Windy + cold.

11. " " " Yola Mabels on car. Cyril.

12. Fine. Go to town on car in the afternoon. Bring Howard home George Red. Holstein dies.

13. Fine east cold wind. Louie + dad come to Mabels to dinner. Then all good home Cyril comes {illegible}.

14. Fine.

15. " Warmer.

16. " Quite hot.

17. " Coller {illegible} Mrs. Yumming to Ladies Aid.

18. Rain during night to the morning. Thunder + lightning too cool.

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