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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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[Preprinted} 65

September 1910.

Tue 20 Prince Albert held a chicken pie social in the Methodist church Prince Albert Mon Sept 19, 1910. Miss Lapp of Little Britain was the Elocutionist.

I took the fellow Mr Paulin over to the White farm to work on Sat sept 17, 1910.

I saved out a load of oat sheaves of 364 and put them in the driving shed.

[Written sideways in the margin] Marriage

Mon 26 Miss Effie Smith school teacher was married on Wed Sept 7, 1910.

Louis Bond and I drove to Bethel to a shicken pie supper and concert. on our way and comming back we brought Olive Cowen and Jessie White, Mon sept 26, 1910.

Minnie Sutcliffe and Dorthy were here for supper.

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