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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1927

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1927_095.pdf

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Wednesday, June 22 Weather, Cloudy and rain then clearing & warm Got into working order again in morning dry cleaning up buckwheat after an inspection of place Men fiyed fence in morning and sowed buckwheat in afternoon

Thursday, June 23 Weather, Cloudy, Warm, rain, early in Noon. {illegible} cool at night {news paper covers half of page} butter in morning n ovehand in morning tatoes & seuffled mangles ed Buttonville ball ville wone {news paper reads} What W EAST YORK WOMEN AT ANNUAL MEETING Commendable Report Given by Scarboro' Junction Women's Institute MRS. GRAVES RE-ELECTED The varied character of the Women's Institute program and the possiblities of achievement were demonstrated by the splended reports submitted at the annual meeting of the East York dis-trict of the Women's Institutes which took place on Thursday a St. Andrew's Church, Markham, with the President, Mrs. Irvin Graves, in the chair. To the Buttonville Junior Branch, with a membership of 29, went the palm for attendance, which averaged 27. This organization purchased flan-nelette and made garments for chil-dren in an orphanage, at the same time providing a gift and cheer-box for each small {illegible} From left-over pieces a {illegible}

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