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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Friday doing chores very cold wind from North west. & & below zero.

Saturday doing chores in forenoon Dressed & went to Hamilton in P.M train late arrived here about 2 P.M.

Sunday doing chores & drove to R in P.M & had Tea at H.E.Ps & not very well mrs P. sick in bed Sam used it up with broken ribs. Father & Mother away to Harrisburg. over Sunday milder.

monday doing chores splitting wood & Taking same in cellar. chores done to for Plastaws in afternoon. for not very well. father & mother came home on 4-30 train.

Tuesday doing chores helping mother to wash very nice day. mild & bright sun.

Wednesday doing chores & varnishing chair in a.m went out to buy some hay & oats. but did not get any. very nice day.

Thursday doing chores varnishing chairs & table mrs Bed Shepherd called this P.M Revival Service in Church went to church at night.

Friday doing chores & working around in general Rew letter from H.E.P.

Saturday doing chores Father & I cutting wood in forenoon. I away to town {Thompsons?} looking for hay.

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