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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1927

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1927_041.pdf

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Saturday, March 12 Weather - Cloudy, Mild & showery by night Eggs - 95 Market day Produce from farm Cream - 111 pints Butter - 34 Ibs Eggs - 6 doz Apples - 3 bu Mr. Hellems was over and got first lot of eggs for settings at 6 doz at 45 cts = $19.70 Gertie went to city to day & Jean came home with us Laura came up and got dinner for the men stored Johns battery

Sunday, March 13 Weather - Cloudy & Mild showery rain at night Eggs - 93 - 1 goose Attended S. S. and church in the morning Mr. Sellar taking the sharge of the service Roads were very muddy spent the evening at home Presented with eight little pigs

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