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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_089.pdf

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Saturday, June 8

Weather - An ideal day. Market day Produce from farm Eggs 93 doz Cream 31 pts Douglas went to market, Laura went along also. Called at his mothers in morning. Took some dark lilacs to market. I went to Craig in afternoon to get my hair cut. Miss M Douglas, Auntie, Ellen, Agnes, + Lizzie called. Planted dutchmen pipe {illegible} Douglas went down to St John's cemetary to plant flowers then called in at church for me. hed meeting to arrange about S. S. picnic.

Sunday, June 9

Weather - fair + cool Attended S. S. + church. Norman took Will to Yonge St in morning, both away all day - Mr Auld of Markham preached here in morning. We went down home for a short while in afternoon. Mr + Mrs Hellems came over, had tea + spent the evening with us.

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