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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Sunday doing chores some rain. I drove over to Rocktor & had dinner & tea at mrs Plastows. H.E.P feeling rather out at me. I had talk with her. She gave me umbrela as present. Frank Broithwait & wife here.

monday doing chores plowing in hoe crop ground. F.W.M plowing & rolling.

Tuesday doing chores plowing hoe crop ground F.W.M working in orchard & garden mother sold butter and eggs at Pircis.

Wednesday doing chores plowing hoe crop ground.

Thursday doing chores had a talk with A.E.V about H.E.P disc Harrowing the rest of day cool wind fine.

Friday doing chores plowing for foder corn sprouting potatoes in cellar in P.M. Sam I Plastow called here.

Saturday doing chores took Jorne Horse to shop & had shoes taken off & feet trimmed no change I taking down old picket fence near yard drawing out manure this P.M. F.W.M away with team in A.M. father & A.E.P away to city. Read letter from H.E.P. I took butter to Geo Archers and got groceries & due bill for $ 1.39.

sunday doing chores went to church morning & evening went for walk up to function cut on {S.J.R?} set hen in east end of Hall in stable.

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