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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1927

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1927_008.pdf

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Saturday, January 8,[1927]

Weather: - fair + Cold, zero

Eggs: gathered 107 + 1 Duck egg

Marked day, Produce from the farm

100 Pints of cream 55 Doz eggs 28 lbs butter 4 chickens

Mr. Cunningham paid for milk 90 cts

Delivered two loads of straw to Mr. French

Laura payed a short visit in the afternoon

Sunday, January 9,[1927]

Weather: East winds, partly cloudy + cold

Eggs: - gathered 101 + 1 duck egg

attended church + sunday school, attendance was fair, This being sacrament service

Jean + Dorothy payed us a visit in the afternoon and stayed for tea with us

Jean + Julie called on the Stevensons

In the evening we attended the young Peoples meeting which was taken by Mr. Eaton ?

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