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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929_010.pdf

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Will Rodrick

Jim Mc{Lunay?}

Bob Pindar

Bob Thompson

Charlie Bryan

Albert Aster

Douglas Hood

{The following three names are in one large pair of curly brackets:}

Mr Frank Jarvis

Art Russell

Allen Ramer Carpenters

We had 23 for supper

It was a fine day we had supper at 5 O'clock

Then it came on rain

John went to {be exford?}

1924 to a Dance.

May 27th We had the Barn Raising

There were about 200 here. I had 65 pies

125 Tarts

20 Cakes

1 Fruit Cake

10 {Dogen Brew's?}

And different kind of cookies

3 Ham's 35 lbs Beef.

The weather became very hot after this we could scarcely stand the heat it kept very hot till June 9th. Then it turned a little cooler.

June 18 The Carpteners finished

" 19 We had a Dance there were around 250 here

It came on rain about 10-30 and rained very heavy. They danced till 2-30

" 29 The first load of Hay went in the new barn.

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