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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Friday varnishing buggy wheels harrowing & hoeing & got in grass

Saturday doing chores varnishing buggy wheels had sick headache in P.M out carwassing in evening with Jemul Wilson.

Sunday at home all day wrote letters & cards. mother not very well. went out to church at night.

monday doing chores also{ mirg?} cement mortar for back veranda.

Tuesday done chores & went to city. came home on 8 P.M train.

Wednesday doing chores cutting grass hoeing & cultivating potatoes in orchard. Read Payment for 1 days work. from Geo Archer. $1.50 miss H.E.P & miss Thompson also Gilbert Plastow here to village & called. nice day.

Thursday doing chores & working around at odd jobs. changed hens into new house down street at night.

Friday doing chores fixing up hens nests also got Frank Vansickles sig & drove to Rocktor & got 6 bag sand also drawed up 2 loads wood for H.E.P & had dinner at Plastows mr atkins rode home with me. Ladies aid having strawberry social at Tom Kwieds old home south end.

saturday doing chores got 2 front shoes at on Geo {harma?} & working around in general. went to see Baceball game between Lynden & Rockton. also drove H.E.P & mary P. home at night.

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