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William John "Willy" Little Diary, 1914-1925

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May 24th Went to Sharp {Reunion?} at Unce Jan's in the afternoon

25 - Wento to hear {Maple Lead Learlittle?} at Presbyterian Church St. George.

- 26 - Went to Prayer meeting at Glen Morris in the evening and gave a talk on "Being a good {Comrade?????}"

28 - Took 2 colts ones to Mr Sayles bush to Pasture Sandy + Fred {illegible}

- 29 - Started to sow seed corn in back ten acre field

June 1st - A very dry May, the driest in 27 years. Fred Archibald came for a short visit before going to {illegible}

- 4th. Finished sowing 9 acres of corn in back field

- 6 - Mayme and the youngest children came up for a days {fun. Edyyer?} Steward and Jennei Stewart and family came out for the day

- 9 Finished drawing out {illegible} 10 acre field and admit 3 1/2 acres at west end of 14 acre field. Grandma + Grandpa Lee came over to help celebrate my birthday. Mr Buchman came down from Gatt for a few days

- 10 Started to plant potatoes in afternoon

- 11 Planted Guelph experimental potatoes Northern + Southern grains seed {illegible} seed to the south. Mother Katherine + Garden came up in the evening for a few {illegible}

- 12 Finished planting potatoes in west end of book 14 acre field.

- 13 Drove to the Glen after S.S. going to Jim Sharpe for tea.

- 14 Start to cultivate corn + {mangels?} 1st time.

- 15 Finished plowing Turnip ground.

16 A fine rain last night took 9 hogs to the Glen {illegible} 2 1/2 lbs @ {illegible}

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