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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Sunday doing chores, went to church in morning home the rest of day & had head-ache.

monday doing chores went over to milton stanabough. & bot some hay. also went up to function for a while & to bank.

Tuesday doing chores sold {fuling?} mangl 1 bag potatoes 1.50 starting offers. Mr Bladel of taming here for diiner I cleaning out hen {fun?} This P.M. also pumping water for tank. also drove to R & had tea at H.E.Ps & spent the evening mrs B sick.

Wednesday doing chores very bad storm from east home all day & not doing much.

Thursday doing chores very stormy from west nothing doing.

Friday doing chores shoveling snow cleaning side walks.

Saturday doing chores drove over to milton stanbough to see about hay milton brought 1/4 ton in afternoon Paid cash $5.00.

Sunday doing chores went to methodist church in a.m ms {fuin Vansickle?} & daughter Lama were here for dinner & tea & I went to church with them at night. {Preslyleuair?} anniversary.

monday very stormy from east Posted letter to H.E.P. & shoveling snow in afternoon.

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