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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.

Feb 13 Sunday. doing chores. nice day but cool west wind. quarterly. meeting in Methodist church. at home all day. Wrote letter to H.E.P.

Feb 14 Monday. doing chores. splitting wood down street this AM & posted letter. Mother came home. from Jeans.

Feb 15 Tuesday. doing chores. splitting wood. fixing harness. stormy snow & sleet.

Feb 16 Wednesday. doing chores. & working around in general.

Feb 17 Thursday. doing chores. sorting apples splitting wood. wrote letter to H.E.P

Feb 18 Friday. doing chores. splitting wood. went down to store & got groceries for Mother. 91 {cents}. Paid for same. posted letter to H.E.P. at night. Recv Payment in full for calves. from Amos Dyment. $8.00.

Feb 19 Saturday. doing chores. went to office & got mail. settled with F.W.M. to date for all back payments.

Feb 20 Sunday. doing chores. went to M.E. {Methodist Episcopal} church in morning. & to Presbyterian at night. Mr James Vansickle & daughter came here & went to church at night. Presbyterian anniversary.

Feb 21 Monday. doing chores. grinding cutting box knives. & getting ready to cut feed. Mother away to tea meeting.

Feb 22 Tuesday. doing chores. went down for mail. helping to clean house this afternoon. Mrs Rumple. called.

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