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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1917


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Sat June 2.

Fine but cool light a little lire. Mary Chapman called. I went for a drive with N. Smellie in eve.

Sun June.

Fine but dull and very cool, fire. We all went to evening church. Annie called.

Mon June 4.

Fune and warm we let stove out cutting lawn. Aunt Nellie called at Mrs Welsh, Aunt Mattie and I at grave yard and called at Mrs Laugstaffs in evening. put in all Dahlias, some tomatoes.

Tue June 5

Fine and warm a little shower in afternoon. then clear and warm.

Wed June 6

A cold east wind, had to light fire. Aunt Nellie called at Miss Ediys. Came a heavy rain and thunder storm in the evening. Miss Davidson in while storming. cut first lettuce. East fire.

Thur June 7

A warm day but showery. Auntie canned Rhubarbs.

Fri June 8

Dull, cool and showery, tree fully out in leaf and blossons out now. fine in eve. I walked out to WIllies.

Sat June 9

Fine and very warm, put in more Tomatoe plants. Mrs Davidsons baby born. I called at Miss Mundey in evening, Lorraine here. bread is down to 11 cts it was 12 for a while.

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