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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_020.pdf

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Wednesday, January 30

Weather, Fine not so cold Norm + I baled straw at J. Atkinsons Fred did the chores Oil truck came in and left first one hundred gal gas in tank Gertee went down to Hookers in afternoon In evening we called for Dell Stevenson and went up to D. Browns for the evening

Thursday, January 31

Weather, Mostly fair. light snow Churned 67 lbs butter in morning Norm + Fred were bothe away all day Went curling at night at Unionville Played W. Clarks rink beat them 9.14 Gertee went down home + I called for her on way home. Walt Craig went over with me

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