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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_189.pdf

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Sunday, December 8

Weather - lovely day a little sunshine in the afternoon. Attended S.S. & Church in forenoon. John came up for dinner with us. called in home on our way down for mother in afternoon then, we went on up to Marguerite's for the rest of day.

Monday, December 9

Weather - cloudy not ver cold. Pat & Norman went down to Mr Scotts to bale in forenoon, broke baler, and norman got home about eleven Oclock. Pat & Mr Lunar went on to Hamilton for repairs. Laura was up for short while late in afternoon, also Ruby Firth. Pat & I got ready after supper to go to unionvill when fuese blew out in car so I stayed at home. Pat went on with the hunter crowd to FranklinSthen's to an oyster supper. made mincemeat to-day.

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