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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_076.pdf

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Tuesday, May 14

Weather - fair in morning with rain at noon rained hard all afternoon. Men seeding in morning. in afternoon men cleaned up driving shed. I attended J. I. meeting at Kelly Jr. in afternoon, Mrs Cook addressed the meeting. We attended Y. P. S. at church at night slides on Korea.

Wednesday, May 15

Weather - mostly cloudy with some sun. men fixed fence in pig yard, in morning. Cleaned up around barn in afternoon. John came up in forenoon. Newton came up about noon with a single bed for men's room + got 25 bus outs Less took 2 ton baled hay to city Mr Pratt her to see about {baling?}. Fred came up at noon to get five bags of cement. in afternoon Edith Craig came up and visited all afternoon. Bob + Jean called about five O'clock for their gosslings. (seven)

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