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William John "Willy" Little Diary, 1914-1925

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1922.

May 8th. Went to S.S. Executive + Programe {illegible} meeting at the Glen in the evening

- 9 - Went to St. George in the afternoon to see the council about the road, and we motored to Brantford at night.

- 10 - Gave mangel - ground a second coat of manure

- 11 - {Pound mangel?} ground/

- 12 - Started to plow for corn

- 14 - Mothers Day, went to church in St. George to Sister {Ball?} for dinner and to the Hospital in the afternoon

- 17 - We all went down to Brantford and brought Edith + the baby {hen?} from the Hospital. Ollie Mealing came up to herd the cows

- 15th Telephone repaired after having been out of commission since the big ice storm in the end of the month

- 20 - Turned cows to pasture field

- 22nd Sowed Sugar {mangels?} about {seven?} acre, also peads, beets, etc

- 23 Finished manuring corn ground in south East field

- 24 Went to Sharp Reunion at the Glen in afternoon, a fine day.

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