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Edith "Gertrude" Brown Hood Diary, 1929

Gertrude Brown Hood Diary, 1929_195.pdf

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Friday, December 20

Weather - very cold & blustery. fourth still closed for cars. Pat & norman went over & got bales brought it, to Charlie Boynton's and brought tractor home to grind feed. Will made cider & chroed. Douglas norman & I finished picking the geese. Norman drew truck down to corner with the team. newton and Della were up in afternoon took parcel over to Burrs for me.

Saturday, December 21

Weather - North West wind, cold. norman drew car down to corner so Pat could go to town. Will went down to bring team back as norman went into our place to help thresh, but broke machine so he came home for dinner. Produce from farm - {list} cider 18 gallons. Eggs 33 1/2 Doz. cream 36 pts geese 4 apples 5 bus. {list end} Della came up for afternoon - Laura called for her. Ruby Firth here. norman drew car up at night {from?} Hoopers. went to corner to meet Leslie.

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