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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1912-1929

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May 10th The young people’s to city motored up to U. Square and gave a very nice program and they provided the lunch. John, Laura, Newton, Della, Dorothy {between the lines it reads: were up} she played a selection on piano

“ 14th The first meeting of the young womens Institute was held here there were 21 present - the rain kept some away.

May 22 was a fine day very warm

“ 23 rained all day

“ 24 rained till noon then cleared away

25 rained again in the fore-noon then cleared away and was very cool

June 12 Douglas Gertie & {Mac?} Daddy + I motored up to Mary and they were not home


June The girls tried there {their} {C–trance? Word unclear}


July 1st Diamond Jubilee 60 years

“ 1st Della + Dorothy went to R. Hill {Richmond Hill}

“ 1st Norman Laura + Newton went to Thornhill field Day

July 23rd It rained all day

“ 24 John Jean Daddy + I went for a drive down to the city.

July 27 John, Laura, Newton, Della, Dorothy all went to Musselman’s Lake to the young people’s pic-nic.

“ 28 John Laura Della + I went up to Marguerite. Della stayed all Sun.

Aug, 19th Miss Mary Gallaway died was buried Aug 22nd.

Aug 28th Douglas + Gertie

Sun, Dorothy + I went up to Marguerite and stayed for {Sentence cut off by end of page.}

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