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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_014.pdf

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Friday January 18

Weather, Cloudy, misty, icy + heavy rain in afternoon + night. Took Gertee + a few more up to Victoria Square to Sunday School Convention for the day Churned up 49 lbs butter Fred did not come up today Norm had a wreck on the litter carrier track + was fixing same Man came in afternoonto put gas pump up + I took him to Unionville when through

Saturday, January 19

Weather, Fine + little cooler Market day Produce from farm Butter 48 lbs Eggs 32 doz Cream 60 pts Apples 4 bu Fred came up in moring but had to go home on account of his back Norm did chores + repaired litter carrier Went up to see Bob + Jean at night, Dorothy went with us Mrs {name} Brillinger + daughter + Myrtle Burr were here for supper. Dell + Dorothy were also here

Mrs Walton 38 yrs to-day.

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