1928 - Diary

Sun. Jan. 1: This is written in Marjory's handwriting, as if Georgiana was doing the writing. "In the morning we did not get up very early. Ed stopped when he went back from taking the milk and took Eddy and Helen home with them. We all went to church. In the afternoon Florence, Jimmie and I went up to Mother's. At night the young folks went to Christian Endeavor. It is very windy and cold today. Toward night it snowed some."

Mon. Jan. 2: "In the morning we didn't get up very early. The boys went up home to cut wood. Johnnie took the team and wagon and got a load of hay. Oliver and Jimmie drove the car. Marjory went up to Lill Black's to a New Year's dinner. The boys got home about dark. At night Johnnie, Jimmie, Marjory went to a New Year's Senior dance to the Grange Hall. It was cold and windy part of the day."

Tues. Jan. 3: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The boys (Johnnie & Oliver) went up home to cut wood. They took King and topped wagon. Jimmie went to Lake George and sold a load of potatoes. We did the washing and the ironing in the afternoon. We got all the clothes in. After Jimmie got back he went up where the boys were and went to John McAuley's and got a load of potatoes. They boys got home about dark. In the afternoon Mary and Florence went up street. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Thur. Jan. 4: "In the morning we didn't get up very early. Jimmie went to Schuryville and Glens Falls and sold a load of potatoes. He got back shortly after dinner. In the forenoon the girls took down the Christmas tree and decorations. In the afternoon Jimmie went up and helped Ed unload a load of coal at the school house. Jimmie went up to the garage and I went up to Mother's but she was not home. At night Johnnie & Jimmie went to basket ball practice. Marjory & Mary went to prayer meeting. After that they & Oliver and Lawrence went down to a Skating party. It was a good day but cold."

Fri. Jan. 5: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The boys took the car and went up to cut wood. In the middle of the forenoon Hazel came down. She went up after Mother and she came down. In the afternoon we tied a comfortable for her. About four o'clock she went home. In the afternoon Helen & John Durkee came down to play with Florence & Oliver. Mother went home with Hazel when she went. I feather-stitched around the outside of Hazel's comfortable. At night Lill was in awhile. It was a good day but cold."

Sat. Jan. 6: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The boys took the car and went up home and cut wood. We did up the house work. Florence did the churning in today. The boys came home early. At night Ed came up after Mary. She went down and stayed with Floss and kept the kids. Johnnie & Jimmie went to Salem to a ball game. Oliver and Marjory went up to the hall to a ball game. It was a good day and not very cold. Florence has got the chicken pox, but not very bad."

Sun. Jan. 7: "In the morning we didn't get up very early. Oliver took Ned and the light wagon up home. Johnnie & Jimmie took his car. We did up the work. Marjory and Florence did some of the chores. Johnnie brought Ned and a load of wood home. Jimmie went and got a load of potatoes. At night Marion & Ed came up and Marjory & Laurence went to Jack & Eva's for supper. Hazel & George were also there. At night the boys went up street. I baked bread today. Florence is feeling alright. It was not very cold but cloudy all day."

Mon. Jan. 8: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Mary came up with Ed. We all except Florence and Oliver and I went to church. A candidate, Mr. Shamier, preached today. In the afternoon we went over to Harry Smith's. At night the young folks went to Christian Endeavor and they had preaching afterward. It was cloudy but not very cold."

Mon. Jan. 9: "In the morning we got up quite early. Johnnie, Oliver and Florence started to school again this morning. Jimmie took a load of potatoes to Glens Falls and sold them. Marjory went up street in the forenoon. In the afternoon Jimmie went up to the garage. It rained in the forenoon and is quite foggy. In the afternoon Marion & the kids came up but did not come in. Mary went home with her when she went. Jimmie went to John McAuley's after a load of potatoes. At night Jimmie had a bad cold and was not feeling very good."

Tues. Jan. 10: "In the morning we did get up quite early. The children went to school. Jimmie went to Lake George and Warrensburg and sold a load of potatoes. He got back about middle of afternoon. In afternoon Marjory went up the U. P. Church to prayer service. After she got home Jimmie took me up to Mother's and I stayed until supper time. After school the boys sawed & split up some wood. After supper Marjory went to Young Women's Missionary meeting. It was cloudy, windy and cold today."

Wed. Jan. 11: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. Jimmie went and got a load of potatoes and sold them to the Falls. We cut out blocks for a comfortable good share of the day. Jimmie got home about noon. In the afternoon Jimmie went up home and cleaned out the ice house partly and went to John McKernon's after a load of potatoes. The other boys sawed & split up some wood. At night Johnnie went to basket ball practice and Hazel & George were down a while. When they went Jimmie rode up street with them. It was cloudy but not very cold."

Thur. Jan. 12: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. Jimmie went to Glens Falls and sold potatoes. He got home about noon. Marjory and I did a washing. It is cloudy and kind of cold. We took down some of the clothes before dark. After supper it began to rain and snow so we took down the rest of the clothes. At night Leona & Irene McLenithan came down. They stayed until quite late."

Fri. Jan. 13: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children all went to school. Jimmie went up to the lower place to cut wood but it rained so he came home at noon. We did the ironing. Toward night Jimmie, Marjory & I fixed the door on the secretary. It rained hard just dark. Florence & I went up to Mother's. Jimmie, Johnnie, Oliver went to the ball game then brought us home. Then Johnnie & Jimmie & Marjory went up to Joe McFarland's to a party. Marion and Ed was along and stopped in the evening. It rained a little every once and a while during the day."

Sat. Jan. 14: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The boys went up to the place and John Liddle came over and sawed wood for them. Then they went up and cleaned out the ice house. They got home about dark. Mary & Helen came up with Ed. Helen came up to go to church the next day. I baked bread. About dark I and Florence & Helen went down to Lill's. It was a good day but kind of cold."
Sun. Jan. 15: "In the morning we did not get up very early. In the forenoon we all went to church. Mary came home before Sunday school and got dinner. We went up and got Mother from church. She came down for dinner. In the afternoon Marion, Ruth & Eddy came up. Helen went home with them. Mother rode up with Marion because she had to go up street. At night Jimmie, Johnnie, Mary and Marjory went to Christian Endeavor. It was clear and cold today."

Mon. Jan. 16: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did a washing. Oliver & Johnnie had to go to try examination. Florence went to school. Jimmie took two loads of potatoes out today. In the afternoon I ripped up an old coat to make Eddy a pair of pants. Marjory went up to the church to help set tables for the supper tonight. At night we all went up to the church to a W. C. T. U. supper. It began snowing just before dark and snowed hard. The rest of the day was clear but cold."

Tues. Jan. 17: "In the morning we got up quite early. I brought the tableclothes from the church and we washed them in the forenoon. Mary went up to the church in the forenoon and helped wash dishes. Johnnie & Jimmie went up home to cut wood. They took King and double wagon. They got home a little after dark. In the afternoon we did our ironing and ironed the tableclothes. In the afternoon Joe Moore and another fellow was here. About night Eva & Jack came along and stopped awhile. At dark I went up to Joe Smith's a while. At night Johnnie, Jimmie, Mary & Marjory went out to the Strand to see 'Ben Hur.' It was a good day but kind of cold at night."

Wed. Jan. 18: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Florence went to school. Jimmie went to sell a load of potatoes. Johnnie & Oliver sorted over some apples. They cut up a little wood. In the afternoon Johnnie had to go to try an examination. Oliver and Mary cut up wood and put it in the wood shed. It is a good day only kind of windy in afternoon. At night Jimmie went up after a load of potatoes. He had a soft tire and at night went to the garage and got a new one. They boys went to basket ball practice."

Thur. Jan. 19: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Jimmie went to Lake George with a load of potatoes. Florence went to school and her examination started today. Johnnie & Oliver took the horse, King, and went to J. McAuley's after some potatoes for Jimmy. Jimmie went up and Mother came down with him. We tied a comfortable for Hazel in the afternoon. Jimmie & Oliver went to Hudson Falls with a load of potatoes. At night Jimmie took Mother home. It snowed hard in the evening and part of the night. Johnnie & Marjory went to Mac Whorter's to a committee meeting. It was a good day except toward night."

Fri. Jan. 20: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The wind blew quite hard. The boys took King and sleigh and went up to cut wood. They got home about 4:30. In the morning Oliver went up to Smith's to shovel paths. At night the boys fixed the box stall for the cattle and put Ned in beside King. The wind blew hard and it drifted quite a bit all day. It was cold. Mary and Florence went down to Lill's a while in the evening."

Sat. Jan. 21: "6 above zero. In the morning we did not get up very early. We did up the work before dinner. Jimmie & Johnnie went up street and stayed all forenoon. Jimmie went up street in the afternoon. The wind blows and it is very cold. Marjory went down to Lill's in the afternoon. At night all of us except me went up to the hall to a basket ball game. It is very cold."

Sun. Jan. 22: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Hazel & George came down. They & Johnnie, Marjory, Mary went to church. Mother was down for dinner. They went home about four o'clock. Mother went up with them. At night the young folks went to C. E. At night Lill & Ralph was in a while. It was a good day but kind of cold and windy."

Mon. Jan. 23: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. We did the washing. It got dry and did all of the ironing. Jimmie sold a number of potatoes over the telephone. He went up street and then he went up after a load of potatoes. It was a good day. At night Will Kilmer was in a while to see about fire insurance."

Tues. Jan. 24: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. Jimmie went to Glens Falls and sold a load of potatoes. In the afternoon he went up and got a load of potatoes and took them out. Hazel came down in the forenoon. In the afternoon she went up to Mr. Hamilton's to get her eyes fitted. In the afternoon Hazel, Marjory, Mary, and I went down to Marion's and Eddy came home with us. Hazel went home about 4:30. At night Jimmie, Johnnie, Marjory and Mary went to North Argyle to a social. It was a good day. It rained in the evening."

Wed. Jan. 25: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children all went to school. Jimmie went up and got a load of potatoes and took them out and sold them. In the afternoon Jimmie went up street and Eddy and Mary went up to Mother's a while. About 3:30 Jimmie took King and wagon up and got a load of potatoes. At night Jimmie and Johnnie went up to the school house to a party. The wind has blown all day and snowed part of the day. I am lining Mary's coat."

Thur. Jan. 26: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. Jimmie took out a load of potatoes in the forenoon and another in the afternoon. In the afternoon it snowed awful hard." Georgiana's handwriting "but didnt amount to very much." Marjory's handwriting "At night the boys & Marjory & Mary made out bills for basket ball game. Johnnie went up street."

Fri. Jan. 27: "12 below zero. In the morning we didn't get up very early. The children went to school. Eddy and I did the churning. Mary did the sweeping up stairs in the afternoon. Jimmie went up after a load of potatoes in forenoon. In the afternoon Jimmie took out those potatoes. At night Florence, Mary, Marjory & Eddy went down to Lill's a while. Mary, James, John went to Grange after supper. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Sat. Jan. 28: "12 above zero In the morning we did not get up very early. In the forenoon Jimmie took Ned up and got him shod. Then Jimmie & Johnnie took the team and hayrack and went up and got a load of hay. They got back about 3:30 then we had dinner. We did up the work. I baked bread today. In the afternoon Garry was up and he stopped and took Eddy home with him. He was glad to go home. Marjory went up to Mother's toward night. At night we all went to the Barkley Taylor Hall to a basket ball game and a dance. The wind blew and snowed a little but didn't amount to much. At night it snowed quite hard."

Sun. Jan. 29: "2 above zero but very cold wind In the morning we did not get up very early. There was no church at ours so we did not go anywhere. We had dinner about 2:30. The wind blew and was cold but clear all day. At night the young folks went to C. E. In the afternoon Lill was in a while."

Mon. Jan. 30: "10 below zero and Frosty In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. Jimmie took the team and hayrack up home and got the Double wagon and brought back a load of wood. On his way home just above the cemetary he got stuck. He brought the team and came home a foot. Jimmie went up to school after Johnnie. Jimmie & Mary took his car up and got a load in his car. Johnnie took the team. He got out after Jimmie took out another load. Jimmie took out a load of potatoes. Our Sitting room chimney burned out at night. Marjory & Mary went to Hudson Falls to a Rally. It was a good day but cold."

Tues. Jan. 31: "2 below zero At 3:00 26 above. In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. We did a washing in the forenoon. In the afternoon Jimmie took out a load of potatoes. We got most of our clothes in. It was a good day but cold."

Wed. Feb. 1: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. We did the ironing. In the forenoon Jimmie was up street. In the afternoon Jimmie went with a load of potatoes. After he got back he took me up to Mother's. Then Marjory, Mary, Florence, Oliver Jimmie, Johnnie went up to the hall to practice basket ball. Then Marjory came and brought Florence & I home then went back after the rest. At night the boys went to basket ball practice and the rest of us went to prayer meeting. It was a good day."

Thur. Feb. 2: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. Jimmie & Laurence killed our pigs. In afternoon Jimmie went up and got a load of potatoes and took them out and the biggest pig out and sold them. Then he brought the other one down here. They weighed 117 & 100 respectively. At night Johnnie, Jimmie, Marjory went up to the hall to a ball game. It was a good day but pretty cold."

Fri. Feb. 3: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. Jimmie went street to get a job on the ice and he helped Ed draw some ice. He helped him in the afternoon. In the afternoon Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Bain, and Mrs. Harsha came and made us a visit. After school Everett Bristol came and looked over the house. At night we all went up to the church to a Christian Endeavor social. We had a good time. It was a good day."

Sat. Feb. 4: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Jimmie took his car up and got some potatoes and brought the hayrack down to the lower place behind his car. Johnnie & Oliver took the team and double wagon up home. They got home about 2:30. Jimmie went out with his potatoes. Jimmie & I cut up the pig this afternoon. Johnnie, Mary and Florence took a nap in the afternoon. At night Hazel & George and Helen came and they and we all went to a ball game. The girls played and the boys did too. They both won. It was a good day."

Sun. Feb. 5: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We all went to church except Me. Hazel & George did not go church because they had to go home. Helen went to church. Hazel & George went home about 12:30. In afternoon Helen, Johnnie, Mary went up to Mother's. At night we all went to Christian Endeavor. It was a good day but cold."

Mon. Feb. 6: "2 below zero. In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. We did a washing in the forenoon. Jimmie and Helen walked up to Mother's in the forenoon. In the afternoon we ground our meat that we had for sausage. At night Helen went home with Ed when he stopped. At night Marjory went to a Young Women's Missionary meeting. It was a good day but kind of cold. We got most of our clothes in before night."

Tues. Feb. 7: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The girls did the ironing. The children went to school. Jimmie went up and got a load of potatoes and took them out. At night Mary went to Mac Whorter's to a Look out Committee meeting. Jimmie & Johnnie went up to the school house to a party. At night it rained. The rest of the day was fair."

Wed. Feb. 8: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. Jimmie went up to Claire's after a load of potatoes. It was so icy that he could not get clear up there. Then he took them out in the afternoon. After he got back he took me up to Mother's. Then came back and took the girls up to basket ball practice. We mixed and made our sausage. At night Hugh Weir was here for supper. Then he & the boys went to basket ball practice. Marjory & Mary went to prayer meeting. It rained at night. It was not a very good day because it rained nearly all day. It is terrible icy."

Thur. Feb. 9: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. Jimmie went to John Weir's after a load of potatoes and took them out and sold them. I made the brin for my hams & shoulders today. It has rained nearly all forenoon. At night the boys went up to the schoolhouse to band practice."

Fri. Feb. 10: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. We did up our Saturday's work today."

Sat. Feb. 11: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did up our work. Then we got things ready to take up home and went up and began cleaning up. Johnnie & Oliver took the horse & sleigh and some chairs and stove. They brought back a load of corn. We got the pantry and kitchen cleaned today. We got home about half past five. At night Marion and Ed came up and left Ruth & Helen here. They went to the show. On there way home they took Ruth home with them. Johnnie, Jimmie, and Marjory went to a basket ball game up to the hall. It was a pretty good day and snowed a little all day but didn't amount to much. Hazel & George was down and went up to see mother a while because we were not home."

Sun. Feb. 12: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We all went to church. I did not stay for sunday school. Marion, Ed and the kids came up for dinner. Mother was down for dinner too. They went home about half past four. At night Jimmie took me down to Fred Miller's. When we got back the young folks went to C. E. It was a good day but cold."

Mon. Feb. 13: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children did not have school on account of Lincoln's birthday. We got things ready and went home. We cleaned the sitting room and Moped the bedroom. We got home about 5:30. It was a good day."

Tues. Feb. 14: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. We did our washing today. They did not dry. It was not a very good day."

Wed. Feb. 15: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Some of our clothes were blown on the ground. In the forenoon Jimmie took me up street. Jimmie did not do much of anything. In the I went down to Mc Geoch's to see about the W. C. T. U. meeting. At night Hazel and George came down. In the afternoon Jimmie took a load of potatoes to Lake George. The boys went to basket ball practice. Marjory and Mary went to prayer meeting and afterward mended books. It was a pretty good day. Johnnie went up and got a load of wood."

Thur. Feb. 16: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went school except Johnnie. Jimmie took me over to Salem. In the forenoon Johnnie split wood. The girls did the ironing. When we got back Mr.Kelleher came and explained Jimmie's insurance. In the afternoon Johnnie took the team up home and Jimmie took his car and started drawing up ice. At night I & Florence went up to mother's. At night Marjory and Mary went to Salem to a church thing. It was a good day."

Fri. Feb. 17: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver & Florence went to school. We all went up home to work and draw ice except Marjory. She did up the work. In the afternoon she went to a W. C. T. U. meeting in the P. M. About dark Marion and the children came here. They had been up home. They stayed all night. At night Hazel came down and stayed and George went back. Johnnie, Jimmie, Marjory and Mary went to a ball game. It was a good day."

Sat. Feb. 18: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys took there dinner and went up home and finished drawing ice. Then they brought a load of hay home. In the forenoon Marjory went up street. In afternoon Marion & Hazel went down to Lill's. The boys got home about dark. At night Marion, Ed and Mary went out to Glens Falls. It was a pretty good day. In the forenoon James Adams & Wife came down to look at the house."

Sun. Feb. 19: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Marjory and Mary went to church. George came down in the forenoon. Mother came down for dinner. George & Mother went home about middle afternoon. Marion & Ed and kids went home soon afterward. At night We all went to C. E. "

Mon. Feb. 20: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. The wind blew hard all day. We got all our clothes dried & ironed. At night Marjory went up to the barber shop with Florence to get her hair cut. It was a good day but windy."

Tues. Feb. 21: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver & Florence went to school. In the afternoon Ed & Johnnie, Jimmie went to Hudson Falls and got a load of sawdust. They took it up to the farm and put it on the ice. At night Marjory & Johnnie went to a committee meeting. In the afternoon Hazel & Marjory went up to Mother's and around other places. It was a good day but cold."

Wed. Feb. 22: "In the morning we got up quite early. In the afternoon Johnnie & Jimmie went to an Auction then Jimmie went over to George Randle's' after a load of potatoes and took them out. In the afternoon Hazel went up to Joe Smith's to make a visit. When she got home she went to Mac Whorter's. At night George came down. Marjory & Mary went to prayer meeting. It was a good day but kind of cold. Jimmie Adams came in the afternoon and said that he would not take the place."

Thur. Feb. 23: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. Jimmie went with a load of potatoes in the forenoon. In the afternoon we all except Hazel went up to the farm and finished cleaning up down stairs. At night we all went up to the hall to a band concert. It was a good day. It rained some at night."

Fri. Feb. 24: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The children went to school. The boys took the hay rack and a load of moving and got the other wagon and cut and drawed down some wood for Mother. We went up stairs and sorted out some of Hazel's things. Hazel & Marjory went up street in the afternoon. I churned today. At night Johnnie, Jimmie, Hazel & Mary went to Grange. It was a good day but windy."

Sat. Feb. 25: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The boys chored around today. The women folks did up the work. Marion & the children came up in the afternoon. Lill & Ralph was here a while in the P.M. Jimmie took Helen, Marjory & I up street. I picked out some paper for the house. At night George came down and stayed all night. Helen & Eddy stayed all night. It was a good day but cold."

Sun. Feb. 26: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Jennie came down before we had breakfast. We all went to church except Florence, Helen, Eddy, and I. Mother and Jen came down in the afternoon. Marion & Ed and kids came up. They went down home about dark. Mother & Jen went home about dark. At night the young folks went to C. E. It was a good but cold."

Mon. Feb. 27: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. The rest of us except Jimmie went to Glens Falls to take Jen out to catch the trolley. Mother went too. We got home about noon. Then Jimmie went and took a load of potatoes & sold them. It was a good day."

Tues. Feb. 28: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. We did a washing. Jimmie went to take a load of potatoes both in afternoon & forenoon. We washed our sitting room windows. Then Mary & Marjory went up to Mother's and washed her windows. Eva & Jack came along a while in the afternoon. It was a good day. George came down at night but didn't stay long."

Wed. Feb. 1: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. We did Marion's washing but did not hang all of the clothes out because it was snowing and the wind blowing. We made ice cream. In the afternoon Jimmie, Mother & I went to George Ed Qua's funeral. At night the young folks went to a C. E. social. It was not a very good day."

Thur. Mar. 1: "In the morning we got up quite early. The children went to school. Johnnie & Jimmie went to Jim Wilson's and bought a horse. In the forenoon Marjory, Mary & I took Hazel down to Marion's. In the afternoon Jimmie & Johnnie went up home with a load of manure and brought down a load of wood. At night we went up to the hall to a play. Hazel stayed and kept the kids. Eddy & Ruth stayed all night."

Fri. Mar. 2: "In the morning we got up quite early. In the forenoon the Watkins man came left some soap. Ed was there for dinner. In the afternoon we washed and packed our little dishes. At night Jimmie and Johnnie took the Nash and went to Cambridge to play ball. It was a good day."

Sat. Mar. 3: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys brought the team up and cut wood. In the afternoon Marion and Helen, Dorothy came up after Eddy and Helen. Floss and Mary came up with them. At night we took the boys up to the hall to play ball. We saw Bill Clow. He said he could go and paper about Wednesday for us. It was a good day."

Sun. Mar. 4: "In the morning we did not get up very early. George came down. We all went to church except Hazel & George. In the afternoon Jimmie and I went to Levi McDougall's funeral. George went home about four o'clock. The young folks went to C. E. at night. It was a good day but cold."

Mon. Mar. 5: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did a washing. The boys just chored around. In the afternoon Marion and the children came up. Marion, Marjory, Johnnie, Jimmie went to Fort Edward to Marion W. Savage's funeral. Mary kept the kids. Hazel & I went up to the church to Albert McEachron's funeral. We did the ironing in the afternoon. It was a good day. At night we went up to Mother's. Marjory went to a Young Women's Missionary meeting."

Tues. Mar. 6: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys took the sitting stove and a load of other things up home. The rest of us except Hazel went up home. We set up the stove. Jimmie went with potatoes and got some coal. At night Marjory and Johnnie went to Pykitt's to a committee meeting. It was a good day."

Wed. Mar. 7: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie & Jimmie took the team and brought back a load of hay. We went down cellar and packed some of the canned stuff. In the afternoon Joe Pendergrass came down and said that he & Arthur would go up and do our work. It snowed about all day. We packed up our good dishes."

Thur. Mar. 8: "In the morning we got up quite early. Jimmie, Marjory, and I went up to the farm. Joe & Arthur Pendergrass went up to paper & paint for us. Johnnie took the team and a load of manure. He took some step ladders and the papering board with him. We cleaned the two bedrooms up stairs. Jimmie took a load of potatoes. Hazel & Mary cleaned the wood shed today. At night Marion and the kids came up and stayed quite a while. The boys went away. It was a good day. Oliver & Florence went to school."

Fri. Mar. 9: "In the morning we got up quite early. Jimmie, Marjory & I went up and Joe & Arthur went too. Johnnie took the team and a load manure. We washed the woodwork and cleaned the kitchen today. Johnnie took back a part of a load of hay. It snowed hard all day. Hazel & Mary washed the woodwork in the parlor and hall today. Florence & Oliver went to school."

Sat. Mar. 10: "In the morning we got up early. The girls & I did up the house work. I made bread. The boys took Joe & Arthur Pendergrass up to work. They cut up wood up on the hill. They got home about four o'clock. Then Jimmie and Oliver went to the Fort after feed. Marjory & Lill went to the M. E. church to a W. C. T. U. meeting. Bernice was in a while after that. At night Ed came and left Helen. George came down and stayed all night. Johnnie, Jimmie went to a ball game. It was a good day."

Sun. Mar. 11: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We all went to church. Lill & Helen went with us. Mother was down for dinner & for the afternoon. In the afternoon Johnnie, Jimmie, Oliver and I went up to the farm to fix the fire. George went home about middle of afternoon. Mother rode up with him. Marion, Ruth, Eddy came up after Helen. At night the young folks went to C. E. It was good day but cold."

Mon. Mar. 12: "In the morning we got up early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took Arthur and Joe Pendergrass up to the farm. Johnnie took a load of manure up on the sleighs. He came back at noon with a load of hay. Then he started back up with a load but the sleighing was so bad that he left it to the cemetary and took one up to Mother's. We went up stairs and tied up boxes. Mr. & Mrs. Smith came down toward night. It was not a very good day. At night the boys went up street."

Tues. Mar. 13: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took his car and took the 'Pendergrass' up to the farm to work. Johnnie took the Ned up and drew down some wood in forenoon and helped them in the afternoon. We did the washing in forenoon and washed wood work in sitting room afternoon. Hazel went up to Mother's. Mrs. William's was up in the afternoon. Hazel Kilmer was down to look at the house. It was a good day."

Wed. Mar. 14: "In the morning we got up early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie & Johnnie went up and got Joe & Arthur Pendergrass up to the farm to work. They finished papering & painting today at noon. In the afternoon the boys went up to the Hook to an auction. They bought a Hay rack Johnnie lead a cow home for McGowan's. George came down at night. In the afternoon we rid out the secretary. In the forenoon we ironed. It was a good day but cold. The roads are very muddy and rough."

Thur. Mar. 15: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the forenoon Jimmie & Johnnie went after the hayrack. Jimmie went up to drive the hurse for Mr. Collins in the afternoon. In the afternoon Hazel, Marjory, Mary, Johnnie & I went to Hudson Falls. Mary & Hazel went to see Dr. Brynes. The girls & I cleaned the pantry today. At night we all went up to the M. E. church to a supper. I was a good day but awful muddy."

Fri. Mar. 16: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie & Jimmie took a load of moving up on the hayrack and brought back some hay and wood. The girls took up the carpet. I cleaned some in the woodshed. In the afternoon the boys went to John Miller's to an auction. The rest of us & Mother went down to Marion's. Mary stayed down all night. Lill & Ralph came in at night. Johnnie & Jimmie went to a dance. It was a good day. The roads are very bad."

Sat. Mar. 17: "In the morning we got up quite early. Johnnie & Oliver took a load of manure up to the farm and brought back a load of wood. They did not get back until middle of afternoon. Jimmie split up wood and fixed his tires. Hazel & Florence & Jimmie went up street in the forenoon. In the afternoon Marjory & I went to church. Jimmie went to South Argyle to look at some cars. Jimmie took me upstreet. It is a good day but cold. Mary came up with Ed in the forenoon."

Sun. Mar. 18: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The wind was blowing and snowing. We all went to church except Hazel. George came down in the morning. George went home about middle of afternoon. Lill was in in the afternoon. It snowed and the wind blew all day. The young folks did not go to C. E. "

Mon. Mar. 19: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys took the horses and went up home to cut wood. They went down to Garry's after the big platform. We cleaned out the clothes rooms and washed the wood work. At night the young folks went to a St. Patrick's day social. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Will Kilmer's. It was a good."

Tues. Mar. 20: "In the morning we got up quite early. We got things loaded on the big sleighs and platform. Some of the big things. We brought things so we could stay all night. But before night we went home. Jimmie took the team and sleigh home. At night Marjory, Johnnie, Jimmie went to a play up to the hall. The rest of us went up to Mother's. It was a good day. Mr. Gilchrist & Edwin, Ralph Weir & John, Ed Pollock, John McKernon came along and helped carry in the stove. Coming up we run out of oil. Johnnie went to Weir's after some oil."

Wed. Mar. 21: "In the morning we got up quite early. We got thing loaded on the hay rack and Jimmie brought it up on sleighs. Marjory and Mary drove King on covered cutter. Johnnie and I took the car and took the plants. We set up four beds and put the rugs down in two rooms. The boys drove King down and Johnnie & Oliver brought the cattle. Florence came up with Jimmie in the wagon. It was a good day. George came down and Hazel went home with him."

Thur. Mar. 22: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys worked around in the forenoon. They took the team down to Argyle and brought up the hens and a load of other things. They did not get home until late. It rained quite in the afternoon. Oliver went to school with Hugh Weir. We did just a few odd jobs today. The telephone men came and put in our telephone this forenoon. It snowed some in the forenoon. The boys drove one horse led the other and brought back the double wagon."

Fri. Mar. 23: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys cut up some wood. They drew down some wood. In the afternoon Johnnie tapped some of the trees. At night we went to Argyle and went down to Marion's to keep the kids. So they could go to the county house to a dance. Marjory, Jimmie, Johnnie went to the dance. We got some dishes for sap down to the house. We went up to Mother's a while. It was a good day. Oliver went to school with Hugh Weir."

Sat. Mar. 24: "In the morning we did not get up very early. Johnnie took King and went down to the village after some sap dishes. He got home about noon. Jimmie & Oliver drew up some rails. The boys tapped the trees to the lower place and lower house. We boiled sap in the afternoon. We did up the house work. It was a good day."

Sun. Mar. 25: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did not go to church. At night we stirred down some maple sugar. At night Jim Todd & George Carswell came they were canvassing for the church. It was a good day."

Mon. Mar. 26: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did a big washing. Florence & Oliver went to school. Jimmie took the little team and went to Argyle. He brought back a load of moving and grain. Johnnie chored around and cut some wood. It was a good day. I fell off from the steps. The railing and post fell down and took me with it. Oliver did not get home until late."

Tues. Mar. 27: "In the morning we got up quite early. Florence and Oliver went to school. It rained awful hard about all forenoon. The girls did the ironing. We boiled sap in the forenoon."

Wed. Mar. 28: "In the morning we got up quite early. Florence went to school. Oliver did not go because Hugh Weir did not go. In the forenoon the boys went down to the lower house and cut wood. It was awful windy and snowed some."

Thur. Mar. 29: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the forenoon Johnnie took the little team and took a load of wood down for Mother. When he came back he brought a load of moving and groceries. Jimmie cut wood and chored around. We canned some syrup in the afternoon. It was a good day. We did a washing."

Fri. Mar. 30: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver & Florence went to school. We did a washing. The boys chored around all day. It rained and snowed all day. At night we all went to Argyle to a Senior play in the Nash. Jimmie & Johnnie went down home and fixed the tires on his car. The roads are very bad."

Sat. Mar. 31: "In the morning we did not get up very early. The boys drew over some hay. Then they drew some wood. It was a good day but quite cold. We did a washing. Marjory went to Argyle to the Congretional Dinner. Then went to the Falls. She stayed to Mother's all night."

Sun. Apr. 1: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did not go to church. Hazel & George & Mother came up and was here for dinner. They went home about three o'clock. Johnnie and Jimmie rode down with them. Jimmie brought up his car. It was a good day."

Mon. Apr. 2: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did a big washing. Oliver went to school. Florence has two weeks of vacation. In the afternoon Johnnie & Jimmie took the Durant and went to Will Keyworth's Auction. And down to Argyle. Oliver came home with them. It was a good good and it is a very good sap weather. We boiled today."

Tues. Apr. 3: "In the morning we got up quite early. The girls did the ironing. We boiled sap. John Liddle brought the saw machine. He took one of our wagons. The boys cut wood."

Wed. Apr. 4: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver did not go to school. He has the rest of this week and next vacation. We boiled sap. The boys cut wood. We began getting milk at Gilchrist's. 2 qts."

Thur. Apr. 5: "In the morning we got up quite early. In the forenoon John Liddle came up and sawed wood. He was here for dinner. We did a washing. It was a good day and warm. In the afternoon Mary & Johnnie went to Argyle & Hugh W. went with them to practice basket ball. They drove King. We boiled sap and it burned up."

Fri. Apr. 6: "In the morning we got up quite early. We worked and scraped the sap pan so we could boil. We boiled today. We did a washing today. The boys cut wood. It was a good day."

Sat. Apr. 7: "In the morning we got up quite early. In the forenoon the boys cut wood. Jimmie drawed manure in the afternoon. Johnnie & Oliver went to the lower place and brought back the other light wagon. We boiled sap. It was a good day. We went to Argyle to a ball game. The boys played but the girls didn't."

Sun. Apr. 8: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did not go to church. In the afternoon Marjory went to the County House and stayed down for C. E. It was a good day but the roads are very bad."

Mon. Apr. 9: "In the morning we got up quite early. We washed today. The boys went down and cut wood. It was a good day."

Tues. Apr. 10: "In the morning we got up quite early. In the forenoon the girls did the ironing. Johnnie & Oliver sawed wood down to the lower place. Jimmie drew wood. Mary did baking. I & Florence varnished a chair. In the afternoon the boys went down to cut wood. We fixed chairs in the afternoon."

Wed. Apr. 11: "In the morning we got up quite early. We all went to Argyle. Johnnie took the team and wagon and then Jimmie took the harness out to Will Williamson's to get it fixed. He could not get it today. Mother came down in the afternoon. Marion and the children and Mary came up a while in the afternoon. The boys got Ralph McGeoch's harness and took a load of moving home. It was a good day."

Thur. Apr. 12: "In the morning we got up quite early. It was raining. Johnnie and Jimmie put up the radio. About noon Harper Richard's came with the groceries. We had dinner then we got ready and went to Argyle and got mother and went to Hazel's. She was feeling pretty good. Marjory stayed up to Hazel's. When we came back to Hudson Falls we stopped and got the harness. And to a bag of grain at Fort Edward."

Fri. Apr. 13: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys went down to the lower place and cut wood. Florence went down with them in the afternoon. They did not get back until late. At night Edna Liddle and the kids came up and stayed while John went up to Morgan's to get a hair cut. It was a good"

Sat. Apr. 14: "In the morning we got up quite early. It snowed in the morning. The boys went down to the lower place and Jimmie drew up a load of wood. It rained hard and Jimmie took the car and went down after them. Mary and I did up the work. At night we went to Argyle and stayed at Mother's and the boys went out to the show. It rained hard at night."

Sun. Apr. 15: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We went to church in the forenoon. We came home for dinner. At night we went down to C. E. and stayed for preaching afterward. It was a good day."

Mon. Apr. 16: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Marjory came home from Hazel's tonight. We washed today. It was a good day and the clothes all got dry. The boys went down to the lower place to cut wood. Jimmie went to Argyle and took the saw down to get it sharpened. Carrie Huggins is teaching down here at school. Started plowing. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Tues. Apr. 17: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the ironing. We ironed the curtains. Johnnie took the little team and brought home a load of manure and brought the plant box. Oliver and Hugh was going to school with him but Curtis came along so they went with him."

Wed. Apr. 18: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school The boys plowed with both team. Mary raked the yard out toward the end of the house. It was a good day."

Thur. Apr. 19: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie & Johnnie took the team down and loaded up a load of logs. Then in the afternoon Jimmie took the load down. Johnnie plowed in the afternoon. The wind blew awful hard in the afternoon and at night. We put the plants in the plant box."

Fri. Apr. 20: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie went to the lower place to help cut down a tree and get it cut into logs and helped load them on the wagon. Then Jimmie took them down the forenoon and one load in the afternoon. Then Johnnie came back and plowed. At night we went to Mother's to Argyle to see Jennie. While we were there Marion and the kids and Mary came. It was a good day. Our telephone was out of order part of the day. The second load he brought a load of lumber back with him.

Sat. Apr. 21: "In the morning we got up quite early. Johnnie plowed with the big team. Jimmie took the little team and went to Argyle after a load of lumber. The girls did the house work. We worked out doors with the wood and had a bon-fire. In the afternoon Jimmie plowed with the big team and Johnnie took the little team and went after a load of lumber. He got it all. At night we went to Argyle to Automible Club meeting When we got ready to come home it was snowing hard. Marjory stayed to Mother's all night. It was a good day."

Sun. Apr. 22: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did not go to church. Marion & Ed and kids and Hazel and George came down. Helen came from church with Marjory and Laurence. It rained about all day. Hazel & George went home about four o'clock. Then Ed & Johnnie went up to Weir's. They did not get back until quite late. Then they went home. The ground was covered with snow in the morning."

Mon. Apr. 23: "In the morning we got up quite early. Florence and Oliver went to school. The boys chored around in the afternoon. The boys went to the lower place and cut wood. Clayton Barkley came to telephone. Darfler got stuck over by the milk bench and we went over to help him. We put papers on our pantry shelves. In the afternoon Maurice Kilmer came up to see about renting the house. It rained in the afternoon. Johnnie set five hens in the afternoon."

Tues. Apr. 24: "In the morning we got up quite early. Florence went to school but Oliver didn't because Curtis did not come along. It snowed hard in the morning and snowed some most all forenoon. We cleaned the cellar in the forenoon. In the afternoon the boys went down to the lower place and cut wood. They did not work very early. Florence got home early and her and Mary laid down and took a nap. At night we all went down to Argyle. I stayed to Mother's but the rest went down to the church to a social. In the afternoon the sun shone quite a bit."

Wed. Apr. 25: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did a washing. In the forenoon the boys went down to the lower place and finished cutting the wood. In the afternoon Jimmie drawed wood and Johnnie helped Mary and I clean the woodshed. Marjory took down clothes and ironed a few. The wind blows and it is quite cold. The clothes all got dry.

Thurs. Apr. 26: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The girls did the ironing. Johnnie plowed with the big team. Jimmie draw three loads of wood from the lower place and drew it all. In the afternoon Jimmie plowed with the big team. Johnnie took the little team and went to Argyle and brought back a load of moving and Oliver came back with him. Marjory, Mary and I took the car and partly cleaned the cellar. Johnnie took the car and went to the Fort after grain. We did not get home until late. Florence stayed up to Weir's until we got home. It was a good day."

Fri. Apr. 27: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys finished plowing up in the field across from the barn. Then they went up back with the big team and started plowing. It was a good day. We mended some in the afternoon and baked and did house work in forenoon. At night Jimmie, Johnnie and Mary went to Grange."

Sat. Apr. 28: "In the morning we got up quite early. The girls did up the house work. The boys chored around in the forenoon. The ground was covered with snow in the morning. The boys shelled the seed corn and Jimmie tested some of it. In the afternoon Johnnie & Jimmie went over toward West Hebron looking for seed potatoes. It rained about all day."

Sun. Apr. 29: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did not go to church. We went up to Hazel about 11:30 and stayed for dinner. We stayed until quite late then came to Argyle and went to C. E. Oliver, Florence and I stayed to Grandma's. In the afternoon Lill & Ralph came up but we were not here. It rained nearly all day."

Mon. Apr. 30: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did a washing. Oliver and Florence went to school. The girls & I went in the parlor and kind of straightened things around in the parlor. In the forenoon Johnnie & Jimmie went to the lower place after a load of straw. Then they drew over some hay. In the afternoon Jimmie drew manure then he plowed and Johnnie plowed all afternoon. In the forenoon it rained It was awful nice in the afternoon. The clothes got all dry."

Tues. May 1: Georgiana's handwriting "In the morning we got up early and after they got the chores done the boys both planted up back and we took clothes out of the boxes in the parlor out on the clothes lines and then did the Ironing and in the afternoon we carried things from the parlor up in to the open Chamber and put the clothes back in the boxes and carried them up and about 6 oclock we went down to Argyle to clean the manure off of the lot in the cemetery and Oliver stayed and helped. Jimmie's car had trouble and he had to go to the garage.:

Wed. May 2: "In the morning we got up quite early and the boys both plowed up in the field with the two sidehills for oats. The girls & I raked on the bank back of the house and sawed down little trees and and drew away the Rubbish with the wheelbarrow. about 4 oclock we started a bonfire and and burned the rubbish from the bank and at lot from the side of the road. at night Johnnie & Jimmie went to Glens Falls to try and trade his car off but didn't find any to suit him. Oliver goes to school with Curtis Darfler."

Thur. May 3: "72 above zero In the morning we got up in good season and Jimmie dragged with the Springtooth and the big team and Johnnie plowed up back and in the afternoon Johnnie dragged with the Smoothing harrow in the oatfield and we set out 17 hills of Rheubarb out toward the hog pen and Mary cut big weeds down below the hog pen in the little field and in the afternoon Marjory, Mary & I went out to Fort Edward to get Grass Seed and we stopped and took mother out with us. Oliver came home from school with us. We are having nice weather now. At night the boys went up to John McKernons and got seed oats.

Fri. May 4: "88 above zero Sowed Oats 1st field Sowed tomatoes & Asters and put (?) Oliver went to school with McKernons. In the morning we got up early and the boys got their grass seed and mixed it and after breakfast they loaded the seed oats on the wagon and took them up in the field and then Jimmie took the little team and went to Dave Scallys to plow and Dave brought the drill up and drilled in our oats and Johnnie took the big team and finished harrowing the oat field and the he went up back and plowed. at night we went down to Argyle and the boys went out to Glens Falls to see about trading Jimmies car, but didnt. It has been hot today but nice weather now."

Sat. May 5: "78 above zero Thunder Shower at night In the morning we got up quite early and the boys did the chores and Johnny took the little team and rolled the oats in the field in front of the Horsebarn and Jimmie took the big team and plowed for oats and corn up back and at noon Jimmie went out to Fort Edward to get the Double harness they had ordered over a month ago from Montgomery Ward & Co. They put one together to see if it was alright and thought it was. Johnnie plowed awhile and then Jimmie went up with the big team and plowed and Johnny finished rolling. at night we went down to Argyle and the boys went out the pictures we had a hard Thunder shower at night."

Sun. May 6: (Marjory's handwriting) "In the morning we did not get up very early. We got ready and we took our lunch and went to church. Then we went down to the house in the village and eat our lunch. Hazel & George came along and they were going down to Marion's. Oliver and Florence went with them. The rest of us went to Mrs. Julia Carswell funeral. Then we came back and went down to the house and got a black cat and her three kittens and brought them home. We stopped to Mother's and got Oliver and Florence. We got home and got dinner and the boys did chores. Then we went down to C. E. I stayed to Mother's. It was a good day"
Mon. May 7: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did a washing. Jimmie & Johnnie plowed up back. Oliver did not go to school because Curtis did not come along. It was a good day."

Tues. May 8: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the ironing in the forenoon. In the afternoon the girls tore the plaster off from the boys room and cleaned it up. the boys plowed It was a good day."

Wed. May 9: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We washed the wood work in the good room in the forenoon. The boys plowed. In the afternoon Mary, Marjory and I went to Fort Edward after feed. It was a good day."

Thur. May 10: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie dragged, Johnnie dragged and plowed. About middle of afternoon David Scally brought his drill up and finished drilling the oats. Johnnie went up and rolled behind him. The girls and I cleaned the boys room and the hall and mopped the floors. It was a good day."

Fri. May 11: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie dragged the corn ground then he plowed the orchard. Jimmie marked out. We did up the house work. In the afternoon Marjory and Busy helped the boys plant corn. At night the boys went away .It was a good day. We put the good room curtains on the stretchers in the forenoon."

Sat. May 12: "In the morning we got up quite early. Mr. Smallman came out to make out papers to sell the place. The boys drew over hay in the forenoon. We did up the work. Jack & Eva came along and stopped a while. George Ferguson came along and we bought some seed corn and he said that he would be over to tighten up the hoops on the silo. In the afternoon Johnnie took the team and hay rack and we took the Nash and Ed & Johnnie brought up a load of moving. We brought it about all. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went away. Garry and Floss brought Ed's kids up and they stayed all night. It was a good day. We put the curtain from the parlor on the stretchers."

Sun. May 13: "In the morning we got up quite early. Johnnie, Jimmie, Mary, Helen, Marjory went to church. They brought Mother home with them. Marion and Ed came up after the kids. Marion, Ed. Helen, Eddy, Mother and I went up to Hazel's. The rest went down to Argyle toward night and then Marion & Ed took the kids home. We stayed down for C. E. It was a good day."

Mon. May 14: "Froze ice In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie and Jimmie started plowing over behind the barn. We did a big washing. It got all dry and we did some of the ironing. Toward night Oliver, Mary, Florence went up on the hill and got some lillies. At night we went up to Hazel's Mary stayed and was going to help her. We went by James Adam's and he said he could go got at two the next day. It was a good day."

Tues. May 15: "34 above zero In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie and Jimmie plowed over back the barn in the forenoon. Marjory did the ironing in the forenoon. In the afternoon Marjory and I went to Hudson Falls to sign papers to sell the place in Argyle to James Adams. The boys planted the rest of the corn in the afternoon. At noon the old cow had a calf. Johnnie fixed a yard for his chickens. When on our way from Hudson Falls we went to Irvin's girls and got 15 turkey eggs for $3.00. Johnnie got the hens ready to set on the eggs. It was a good day."

Wed. May 16: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie and Jimmie plowed. The Jersey heifer had a calf this forenoon. I cut out a dress for Florence and started to make it. Toward night the old cow went down in the field and layed down. Jimmie went up and got John Weir and he did not know what was the matter with her. After supper Frank McLenithan came down and said that she had milk fever but she died before bed time. It was a good day."

Thur. May 17: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. George Ferguson came and helped the boys tighten the hoops on the silo. He got through about four o'clock. Johnnie & Jimmie burried the old cow towards night. Hazel and George came down at night a brought Mary home. They did not stay very late. In the afternoon Marjory went down to visit the school. I am making and finished Florence's dress. It is a very good day but very dry."

Fri. May 18: "In the morning we got up quite early. It is field day at Argyle. We got ready and got dinner ready and went down to Argyle for all day. We went down to the house and eat dinner. Mary Emma Weir and Teresa Darfler went down with us. Oliver went down with Curtis. It is not a very good day. Mary, James, Marjory went to Fort Edward. We came home and went down at night to a Christian Endeavor play. It was very good. Mother went with us. It rained some today. This is the last day that we get milk from Gilchrist's."

Sat. May 19: "In the morning we got up quite early. Jimmie plowed in forenoon, and Johnnie & Oliver drew manure. We did up work. In the afternoon Johnnie and Oliver went to West Hebron to get the horses shod. Jimmie took the Nash to Fort Edward to get the axle straightened but they did not work this afternoon. It has rained about all day." Georgiana's handwriting "at night we all went to the auto Club and it rained very hard. Mother is about sick today"

Sun. May 20: "We did not get up very early and the folk all went to church except Jimmie & I. I did not feel good enough to go to church and after dinner Jimmie & Johnny went up to Hazels and took Marjory and she stayed. We didn't go to C. E. "

Mon. May 21: "In the morning we got up in good season but I did not feel very good so did not do our washing. We painted and varnished the cupboard & woodbox & the table for the sitting room. Jimmie plowed back of the barn and in the forenoon Johnnie drew out manure by the barn and in the afternoon Jimmie dragged with the spring tooth Harrow and Johnnie plowed they finished the field and Florence & Oliver went to school. John Liddles folks came up at night awhile. Johnnie is having toothache."

Tues. May 22: "We got up quite early and we were going to wash, got the water hot but I did not feel good enough to do it so left it until another time. Jimmie dragged the field behind over again and in the forenoon Johnnie set out some trees & bushes we got a while ago and in the afternoon he dragged the field with the smoothing Harrow and then took me to Argyle to the Bank on bussiness and Jimmie plowed in the orchard at night the boys went out to the pictures and we went to Argyle with them. Had a Thunder Shower at night."

Wed. May 23: "In the morning we didn't get up very early and so had to hurry to get out to Hudson Falls where Johnnie had an appointment at half-past Ten (new time) but didnt get his tooth pulled. The Dentist told him how to treat it for a day or two. I went to the auto Bureau and got the license for the Nash. Stopped at Argyle The Pendergrasses papered mothers Kitchen ceiling and I paid them. It rained so the boys couldnt plant corn after Jimmie marked the field both ways so they took the nash out to Ft. Edward to get the axle straightened. They went to Glens Falls and got two new wheels."

Thur. May 24: Marjory's handwriting "In the morning we got up quite early. It rained so the boys just chored around. Mary is not feeling very good. At night Jimmie took the stone boat back and got a shoe tacked on King. At night Marjory came home from Hazel's. She is feeling pretty good."

Fri. May 25: "In the morning we got up quite early. Marjory went to Argyle and went to Glens Falls to a C. E. convention. In the forenoon we went to Hudson Falls and then to Glens Falls and Johnnie got two teeth pulled. It was a good day. Jimmie plowed in the afternoon. I did a little washing."

Sat. May 26: "In the morning we got up quite early. We did up the house work. It rained and the boys didn't do much of anything in the forenoon. In the afternoon they went down to Argyle. I hemmed my sitting room curtains and put then up. It rained most all day."

Sun. May 27: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did not go to church because Mary's throat did not feel very good. Hazel & George came down a little after noon. They stayed until about middle of afternoon. Jimmie was getting the horses and the young ones run way down the road. At night Marjory, Johnnie and Jimmie went to C. E. They stopped to the Doctor's and got some tablets to gargle throat with. It rained awful hard before they got home. Harry and Nettie came along. Mary is not feeling very good."

Mon. May 28: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. Jimmie finished plowing the orchard. Johnnie plowed out behind the barn. It was a good day we got our clothes dry and ironed. Mary has an awful sore throat and went to bed kind of early. In the evening we had a thunder shower and it rained hard."

Tues. May 29: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did up the house work. Mary is not feeling very good. She is in bed all day. In the afternoon Johnnie, Mother and I went to Hudson Falls to get flowers for Decoration. Johnnie drawed manure in the forenoon. Jimmie went down to Jim Clough's and bought some potatoes. Jimmie plowed in the afternoon. Oliver came home with us. We picked some lilacs and made up bouquets. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Argyle to the Gingham Ball. It was a pretty good day."

Wed. May 30: "In the morning we got up quite early. Johnnie & I took a lot of flowers down to the cemetary and left them then we took Mother over to Salem. She came here for dinner then we went down for the program. In the forenoon Jimmie went down to Jim Clough's after two loads of potatoes with his car. In the afternoon It rained awful hard. Jimmie and Oliver went down to Fred Miller's to see about buying some cows. They picked out ten. Marjory stayed down and went to the show. At night Johnnie and Jimmie and Hugh Weir were over to Randle's camp. Mary got up about middle of forenoon. Eva & Jack came along. They picked a few lilacs."

Thur. May 31: "In the morning we got up quite early. They called out from the Glens Falls Hospital that Hazel was out there and had a little baby girl. About nine o'clock Jimmie took me to the Falls. They back a little after noon. Johnnie plowed in the forenoon. They brought Oliver home with them. In the afternoon we went down to Fred Miller's after some cows. They got ten. Marjory drove the car home and the boy drove the cows. We went up to Marion's a while. They got home about six o'clock. At night we went down to Argyle to a play 'Our Village Band'. It rained about noon and we had a hard shower in the afternoon. Hazel is getting along good. Florence did not have any school today."

Fri. Jun. 1: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie plowed up on the hill and dragged the orchard. Jimmie dragged and marked out the field behind the barn. In the forenoon Mary, Marjory, and I went to Glens Falls to see Hazel. The boys got there own dinner. We got home about six o'clock. Florence went up to Weir's . It was a good day."

Sat. Jun. 2: "Planted first Potatoes early In the morning we got up quite early. The boys dragged and marked out the orchard. Then they planted the orchard to early potatoes, sweet corn, pop corn. In the forenoon Marjory was sick and went to bed. About noon Marion brought the kids up and left them. They were going to Glens Falls to see Hazel. It was a pretty good day."

Sun. Jun. 3: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys did the chores. About noon we went down to Marion's and left the kids and Florence and Mary stayed there. We stopped to Mother's a while. Then we went on to the Falls to see Hazel. The boys went to the show. Marjory & I went to the hospital. Johnnie & Jimmie went up after they got back. Then we went down after Mary & Florence down to Marion's. After they did chores it was too late to go to C. E. It was a pretty good day."

Mon. Jun. 4: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. Jimmie plowed and Johnnie planted the rest of corn behind the barn. In the afternoon Marjory and I went to Glens Falls to see Hazel. It rained hard all the way home. While we were gone Mary took down the clothes and ironed them."

Tues. Jun. 5: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys went to the field and plowed and came to the house about eleven o'clock. Then Jimmie & I cut potatoes until noon. After dinner Johnnie, Jimmie, Marjory and I went down and cut potatoes. It rained most of the afternoon. After the boys did the chores we all went to Argyle to a reception for Rev. Simpson at the church. There were a lot there."

Wed. Jun. 6: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took me to Glens Falls to see Hazel. I stayed and he came back. He did not get back until afternoon. Johnnie chored around in the forenoon. They didn't go much in the afternoon because it rained hard. After they got chores done they came to Glens Falls after me. On there way out they had a flat tire. They got to the Hospital a little bit late. We got home about ten o'clock. It rained hard about all day. The roads are awful muddy."

Thur. Jun. 7: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys drew over a load of hay in the forenoon . We did up the house work and churned. About noon Johnnie took me over to Will McNeil's. After dinner Jimmie took me up to Mr. Gilchrist's. When we got back the boys drawed manure with both teams. Johnnie, Mary, Marjory & I went down to Argyle after the school kids. It was rainy in the forenoon but nice in the afternoon."

Fri. Jun. 8: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys plowed with both teams. In the forenoon the milk Inspector came along. In the forenoon Eva and Jack came along and stopped a while. In the afternoon Mary, Marjory, Mother and I went to Glens Falls Hospital to see Hazel. She is feeling pretty well. She set up in bed a while today. We got back about seven o'clock. It was a very good day. Mary and I got two plant boxes ready to put the plants in."

Sat. Jun. 9: (Georgiana's handwriting) In the morning we got up quite early. The boys plowed and when they came for dinner Jimmie took a package of clothes I had washed for Hazel down to Nellie Dennis to take out to the Hospital. We had another big rain it rained a lot. at night the boys went out to the pictures and we went down to Argyle to Mothers and stayed."

Sun. Jun. 10: "We didn't get up very early and after we got the work done we went out to Glens Falls and Marjory & Johnnie stopped at Argyle and went to church and stayed at Mothers for dinner. George came to Glens Falls and took Hazel and the baby home and I went with them. The rest of the folks went along too. and we stayed awhile up there and Mary stayed to do the work. We came back by Argyle and got Johnnie & Marjory and after dinner & chores we went back to Argyle to C. E. Hazel was pretty tired but stood the ride very good. Before we went to Glens Falls Jimmie & I went up and tried to get Ruth Gillis for Hazel but she couldn't go."

Mon. Jun. 11: "We got up early and Oliver & Florence went to school. Marjory & I did the washing we had a large one we brought what dirty clothes we could find at Hazels and washed them. After dinner Marjory & I went over to see if Margaret Williamson would go up to Hazel for a week or so we didn't find anyone at home and went on to West Hebron looking for her but she couldn't tell us, was going to let me know next day by telephone and after we got home we went out to Ft. Edward for feed. Oliver went to Fort Ed. with us and so did Florence."

Tues. Jun. 12: (Marjory's handwriting) "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the ironing in the forenoon. Johnnie cultivated corn and Jimmie dragged the potatoe ground. Marjory and I cut potatoes in the afternoon. About time for school was out Mr. Simpson and George Carswell came and made a call. At night we went to Argyle. Marjory and Johnnie went to Ralph McGeoch's to a committee meeting. Jimmie and Oliver went down to get the rest of his potatoes and they would not let him have them. Florence and I went to Joe Smith's and Collin's . It was a good day. Mother went up to Hazel's today."

Wed. Jun. 13: "Planted Potatoes on the Hill We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie marked out the potato ground and they planted in the afternoon. After supper Johnnie and Oliver finished milking. The rest of us went up to Hazel's. Mary came home and Marjory stayed. It was a good day."

Thur. Jun. 14: We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys planted potatoes in the forenoon. At noon we had a hard thunder shower It hailed here. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went to the circus and the rest stopped to Argyle to the play 'The Old R. F. D.' It was awful good. Laurence went up to Hazel's after Marjory and Mother."

Fri. Jun. 15: "In the morning we got up quite early. Florence went to school to a picnic. Oliver did not go. Mary and I went down to the picnic. The boys took the car down to the lower place to get some wood. They got stuck and had to come up and get the team. They planted potatoes in the afternoon."

Sat. Jun. 16: "In the morning we got up quite early. The boys planted potatoes. At night we all went down to Automible club. It was a good day. Helen came home with us."

Sun. Jun. 17: "We got up quite early. We all went to church. In the afternoon we all except the boys went up Hazel's and left Mary and Mother came home with us. Helen is up here. Coming home we got stuck and had to be drawed out. In the afternoon the boys went to the lake.. At night we went to C. E. and then to Children's Day exercises. And we took Mother down with us. It was a good day."

Mon. Jun. 18: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. It was a good day. We got the clothes all dry."

Tues. Jun. 19: "We got up quite early. We did the ironing and some baking. About noon Oliver took Johnnie's bicycle and started for Argyle because he had to try examination. In the afternoon we went down after him. We went down to Joe Smith's and changed sweepers. Then we brought Oliver home with us. Going down he had a flat tire on the bicycle and he left it at Joe McDougall's. We brought it home with us. It rained some around noon."

Wed. Jun. 20: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. In the forenoon Marion and the kids came up to stay for a day. Ralph Weir came down in the morning to kill a skunk and Mary Emma came with him and she stayed won . It was a good day."

Thur. Jun. 21: "We got up quite early. Ralph Weir came down and kill another skunk. We did not get the work done up very early. Marion, Helen, Eddy, Ruth and I went up to Hazel's in the forenoon. They got home about noon. After dinner we went down to the lower place to pick berries but it rained and we didn't get many. When we got back Marion got her things ready and they went home. About night Florence and Marjory went down to the field and got quite a number of strawberries."

Fri. Jun. 22: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. It rained most of the forenoon so they did not do much. In the afternoon Jimmie marked out the potato ground. The boys planted some toward nite."

Sat. Jun. 23: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. Jimmie finished marking out. Ralph Weir came down and helped them plant. They got through at noon. In the afternoon Jimmie drew manure on the field where he is going to plant his potatoes. Johnnie went down and helped John Liddle in the afternoon. Marjory and Florence went and picked quite a few berries. At night we went to Argyle and the boys went to the show. It was a good day."

Sun. Jun. 24: "We got up quite early. We did not go to church. It rained hard all forenoon and part of the afternoon. In the afternoon George brought Mary down. At night we went to Argyle to C. E. then to the Baccalaurette Sermon. Then Laurence took Marjory up to Hazel's to stay for a week. It was a good nite."

Mon. Jun. 25: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. Jimmie took his car to Argyle. Then we went to Hudson Falls to get his and Marjory's license."

Tues. Jun. 26: "We got up quite early. We did the ironing. Johnnie and Oliver drew manure. Jimmie plowed. It was a good day. At night we went down to Argyle to Commencement exercises."

Wed. Jun. 27: "We got up quite early. Jimmie dragged twice in the afternoon. Then marked some of it out and planted two bushel. Johnnie & Oliver cultivated in the orchard. It rained in the forenoon but was good in the afternoon. At night Jimmie went to the Senior ball. Johnnie, Mary, Marjory went to the social at the church. The rest of us went down to Marion's."

Thur. Jun. 28: "We got up quite early. Jimmie finished planting potatoes. Johnnie and Oliver cultivated. It rained in the forenoon but was good in the afternoon."

Fri. Jun. 29: "We got up quite early. Jimmie plowed some of the field for buckwheat with King & Queen. It rained a lot today. Johnnie & Oliver cultivated."

Sat. Jun. 30: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. In the forenoon George brought Hazel, Marjory, Minnie down. She came down to stay. Queen had something the matter with her leg and Jimmie put some lineament and he had a great time with his hands smarting. In the afternoon We went to Argyle. Mary, Marjory and I went to church. They installed Mr. Simpson. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went away. It was a good day."

Sun. Jul. 1: "We got up quite early. We went to church except Hazel, Minnie, Mary & Florence. George came down in the forenoon. It was communion. They stayed until about four o'clock. Mary went home with them. Jimmie and Johnnie went to the lake. at nite we went to Argyle to C. E. It was a good day. After C. E. Marjory came up and got her clothes and went down and stayed to Grandma's all nite."

Mon. Jul. 2: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. Mother, Marjory, Laurence and Mr. Simpson went to Albany to a C. E. Convention. They saw Jennie. She is fine. It was a good day. Jimmie plowed and the other boys cultivated."

Tues. Jul. 3: "We got up quite early. We did a washing. Jimmie plowed and the boys cultivated. We got the clothes all dry. At nite we went to Argyle. Willard, Mary, Maryln and Jennie was down to Mother's. We went down to see them. Jimmie went down to Fred Miller's with the milk check. Johnnie went to a play at the Argyle Hall. It was a good day."

Wed. Jul. 4: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. Marjory ironed a few things. We made some ice cream in the forenoon. We had a hard shower after dinner. Then we went up to Hazel's and the boys went to a ball game at Hartford. After supper Marion, Ed and Helen came for a while. After the boys got the chores done we went to Argyle to the band concert and down to Mother's. Willard, Mary, Marlyn stayed there all night."

Thur. Jul. 5: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. Johnnie and Oliver cultivated and Jimmie finished plowing for buckwheat. It was a good day."

Fri. Jul. 6: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. Johnnie and Oliver cultivated. In the afternoon Johnnie fixed his chicken house. Jimmie dragged the buckwheat ground over a couple of times. Toward night Marjory, Florence, and I went to Fort Edward after feed for Johnny's chickens. It was a good day."

Sat. Jul. 7: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. In the forenoon Nettie brought the boys over to stay for the week end. Jimmie sowed the buckwheat in the forenoon and dragged it. Johnnie and Oliver cultivated. It was a good day. At night Johnnie and Jimmie and Marjory went away."

Sun. Jul. 8: (Georgiana's handwriting) "90 above zero. very hot, no breeze. We didnt get up very early. and we all got ready to go to church. Harold, Earl & Stanley went with us and mother went too. when we got home from church Hazel, George, Minnie & Mary were here. They stayed until about 4 oclock and Mary didnt go back with them. Marjory is going up after prayer meeting. after the boys done the chores and we had supper we all went down to C. E. "

Mon. Jul. 9: "91 above zero very hot but cooled off a little before night. In the morning we got quite early and Nettie came over after the boys before we had breakfast and she stayed a while and then they all went home after we got the work straightened we did the washing we got through before noon and after dinner it began to thunder and we hurried to get the clothes in but it did not rain until later in the afternoon. The lightening blew out 3 or 4 telephones on our line but ours is allright. the boys all cultivated in the corn fields. at night they fired of the rest of the fireworks they saved until Mary came home."

Tues. Jul. 10: "Began Mowing In the morning we got up quite early and I baked bread and did a lot of other Baking and Mary did up the other work and did most of the ironing and I finished it after dinner. In the morning Jimmie began mowing below the orchard and we had several showers, not very hard. Johnnie & Oliver Cultivated the corn in the orchard. Jimmie mowed about half of that field and in the afternoon the boys didn't do very much. they thought it to wet to cultivated. after chores Jimmie & Johnnie went away with Jimmie car."

Wed. Jul. 11: (Marjory's handwriting) "We got up quite early. Jimmie mowed the rest of that piece. Toward night Johnnie raked some and they drew in a little. At night we went down to Argyle. Marjory came home from Hazel's tonight. It was a good day. At night we had thunder shower."

Thur. Jul. 12: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. In the forenoon Jimmie took his car and Johnnie took the Nash and they went to Argyle after a couple loads of gravel to fix the milk house with. Then Jimmie went back after the cement and some more gravel. Johnnie & Oliver got the rake fixed. After dinner they raked the hay and drew it in. At night we went to Argyle. Johnnie, Jimmie, Mary, Marjory to Hedges lake to a C. E. Picnic. The rest of us went to Junior Chautaugua at the Hall. It was a good day."

Fri. Jul. 13: (Georgiana's handwriting) "Repaired vat in Milk house" (Marjory's handwriting) "We Got up quite early. We did up the work. In the morning David Macklin came up to put a new Vat and floor in the milk house. Jimmie helped him and the other boys cultivated. In the afternoon Marjory, Mary, Florence, Mother and I went to Fort Edward. When we came back we stopped to Chautauqua. The Smith boys came home with us. They are going to stay over the weekend. We all went down at night It was a good day."

Sat. Jul. 14: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. I am not feeling very well. I have got a lame neck and hip. The boys cultivated. Marjory, Mary and Florence went to Chautauqua in the afternoon. At night we all went. It was a a good day. Jimmie went to the lake afterward and on his way home his car stopped and he had to walk home. It rained awful hard during the lecture."

Sun. Jul. 15: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. Johnnie took the Nash down to get Jimmie's and it ran alright. Jimmie, Marjory, Mary, Florence, Harold S. went to church. After we got home Johnnie, Earl, and Oliver took Mr. Lipstock out to Fort Edward to meet some people coming on the train. They did not come. At night we went down to C. E. and then to the Union meeting at the tent. It was a good day except it rained a little bit after dinner. Harry S. came to the tent and took the boys home with him."

Mon. Jul. 16: "We got up quite early. The girls and I did the washing. We got them all down. In the afternoon we except the boys went to Chautauqua. At night we all went down. The boys cultivated and Paris Greened the potatoes. After Chautauqua in the afternoon we went to Fort Edward after chicken feed for Johnnie. It was a good day. At night we stayed until they got the tent taken down. David Macklin came up and finished fixing the milk house."

Tues. Jul. 17: "We got up quite early. The girls did the ironing. The boys cultivated and Paris Greened. In the afternoon the women folks went down to Marion's and picked raspberries. We got quite a lot. It was a good day."

Wed. Jul. 18: "We got up quite early. Right after breakfast Marjory and Florence went to Argyle to get some sugar to do up the berries. David Macklin came up and fixed the milk house vat because it leaked. The boys drew in hay in the forenoon. It was a good day. At night we except Jimmie went up to Hazel's. Toward nite we went down to the lower place and picked some Raspberries and took them up to her. Jimmie went to the lake."

Thur. Jul. 19: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys cultivated and Paris Greened. They got one load of hay in . In the forenoon the women folks went down to Marion's to pick berries and got home about middle of afternoon. At night the boys went away. Ruth and Helen came home with us. It was a good day."

Fri. Jul. 20: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. It rained. rained about all day. In the afternoon the boys went to Fort Edward and got Rope for the hay fork and some bob wire fence. This is Florence's birthday. At night Marjory & Johnnie went to Argyle to a committee meeting. The rest of us went for a little ride."

Sat. Jul 21: "We got up quite early. We did up the work in the forenoon. The boys helped the Weir boys fix fence. They didn't get through until 3:30. Then they raked and drew in hay. We went down to Marion's and picked berries for Hazel. Mary went home with her. The boys got stuck with a load of hay and had to get the other team. They did not get the chores done until late. Eddy came home with us. At night we went to Argyle to Auto-Club. It was a good day."

Sun. Jul. 22: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. We all went to church and stayed for Sunday School. On the way home it rained awful hard. It did all afternoon. We did not go to C. E. at night."

Mon. Jul. 23: "We got up quite early. We did up the housework but did not wash because it rained in the morning. Jimmie mowed some in the afternoon . The other boys Paris Greened. We went down to the lower place and picked a few raspberries." (Georgiana's handwriting) "The boys went down to Argyle to the place we sold and brought home 2 loads of pine chunks that were left there They Drove both cars."

Tues. Jul. 24: (Marjory's handwriting) "We got up quite early. We did the washing in the forenoon. Jimmie mowed and Johnnie Paris Greened, and Oliver cut wood. It rained hard at noon. Weir's cows were in our corn so Johnnie went up to help drive them out. Then Ralph and Hugh came down and played ball. At night we went to Argyle and got Mary because Hazel had left her there. Johnnie and Jimmie went to the show. When we got home John Liddle had brought his saw machine and sawed some wood."

Wed. Jul. 25: "We got up quite early. We did up the work and the ironing. In the afternoon the boys drew in hay. Johnnie raked. At night before they got all there hay in it rained good and hard. After supper John Liddle & family came up and sawed some wood."

Thur. Jul. 26: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. Marjory, Florence and Eddy went to Argyle in the morning after mowing machine knives. Johnnie mowed above the corn. Jimmie, Oliver, Mary drew in load of hay in the forenoon. The fork broke and took them quite a while to get it fixed. In the afternoon we went to Marion's to get some berries but did not get many. We left Eddy home. At night we went to Argyle to hear the Tunney-Heeney fight. It was a good day. Hugh Weir went down with us."

Fri. Jul. 27: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. John Weir came down and shod Tom and Queen. In the afternoon Johnnie and Jimmie went to Fort Edward after feed. At night Jimmie, Johnnie and Mary went to Grange. It rained pretty near all day."

Sat. Jul. 28: "We got up quite early. It rained. Johnnie made a cake. Marjory made pies. In the afternoon Marjory was sick. Jimmie was sick about all day. After dinner the boys went to Weir's to play ball. We had a thunder shower in the afternoon. At night Laurence came up. Johnnie and Jimmie went away at night."

Sun. Jul. 29: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church. In the afternoon Marion and the kids came from the Lake. Hazel, George, Minnie and William came down. Laurence came up a while. At night Florence, Oliver and I went with Marion for a ride. The rest of the folks drove the Nash and went to C. E. It was a good day."

Mon. Jul. 30: "We got up quite early. We did not wash."

Tues. Jul. 31: "We did not get up very early. We did the washing. It was a good day."

Wed. Aug. 1: "We did not get up very early. We did the ironing. The boys mowed the flat in the orchard."

Thur. Aug. 2: "We got up up quite early. We did up the work. The boys mowed the side hill of the orchard and drew in most of all the flat in the orchard. It was a good day."

Fri. Aug. 3: "We got up quite early. They unloaded a load of hay in the horse barn. We made some ice cream. Then they drew in the last load of hay off the flat. Then we had some hard thunder showers. In the P. M. we went to the Oaks. We had an awful shower while we were there."

Sat. Aug. 4: "We did not get up very early. We did up the house work. It rained so the boys didn't go much. At night we went to Argyle. Helen came home with us."

Sun. Aug. 5: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church. Helen was here and we all went to C. E. Johnnie was leader. It was a good day."

Mon. Aug. 6: "We did not get up very early. We did not wash because it rained. In the afternoon the boys went out after feed. In the afternoon Marion came up after Helen. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went to Fort Edward to some fireworks."
Tues. Aug. 7: "We did not get up very early. We did not wash because it rained. The boys did not do much of anything."

Wed. Aug. 8: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. About ten o'clock the boys took both mowing machines and teams to the lower place and began mowing. They mowed until they got it finished. About middle of afternoon we took something down for them to eat. Then we came home. About five o'clock we went down after the boys and cut some burrdocks around the barn. It was a good day. They left the team to the lower place. Johnnie brought up the little team. Mary did the ironing. Marjory did some baking. I did churning."

Thur. Aug. 9: "We got up quite early. The boys cultivated until about 10:30. Then they and Mary took the hay rack and rake down and raked some hay in the forenoon. Then they drew in some in the afternoon. After we got the work done up we went down a while. It was a good day but warm."

Fri. Aug. 10: "We got up quite early. The boys went to the lower place and mowed with both teams. In the afternoon we went down and unload a load and the boys got through mowing they drew in a couple loads of hay. Ed came along a while. They came up for supper and Johnnie and Jimmie went back down and finished mowing that field. It was dark before they got through. Busy, Oliver, and Florence did the milking. It was a good day."

Sat. Aug. 11: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The hay was wet so they could not draw in any. In the afternoon we all except Johnnie started for Hazel's. We had a flat tire and turned around and came back home. Mrs. Jaboslik and Mr Liptock came along. She wanted to look at the house. At night we all went to Argyle to a band concert. It was a nice afternoon but was getting cooler all the while."

Sun. Aug. 12: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church but did not stay for Sunday School. In the afternoon Hazel, George, Minnie and William came down. After that Johnnie and Jimmie went to the Lake but did not stay long. At night we went to Argyle and the young folks went to C. E. It was a good day."

Mon. Aug. 13: "We got up quite early. The women folks did the washing. Before breakfast Jimmie went down after the reaper and Marjory drove his car back while the boys were milking. Jimmie reaped until he broke the reaper. Johnnie went to the lower place and mowed in the forenoon. The boys and Mary drew in hay at the lower place. They came up at supper time and was going back afterward to draw it in but it was pretty damp. Johnnie brought the little team up. Jim Scully came over and wanted to get a doctor for Mrs. Scully. It was a good day."

Tues. Aug. 14: "We got up quite early. Jimmie went to the lower place and mowed. Oliver and Johnnie cultivated the potatoes. About eleven o'clock Oliver took the little team down to the lower place. Johnnie, Mary, Florence took the Nash to the lower place. After dinner we all went to the lower place. Florence, Marjory and I washed the nash and the rest drew in hay from the big field. We left the Nash down to the lower place. After dark we all went down and brought the car up. It was a good day but hot."

Wed. Aug. 15: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. The boys shovel plowed in the forenoon. We made ice cream. In the afternoon the women folks went to Argyle to a W. C. T. U. picnic at McWhorter's. Before we went we could not get Jimmie's car to run. There was a bag all tangled up in the gears. It took about an hour to get it out. The boys raked up the hay and drew up one load from the lower place. It was warm and good day."

Thur. Aug. 16: "We got up quite early. We did up the work. The boys shovel plowed the potatoes in the forenoon. In the forenoon the girls picked about eight quarts of long black berries down along the fence in the orchard. In the afternoon Johnnie, Oliver, Mary went to the lower place to draw in hay. Jimmie took the big team and went and got John Liddle's reaper and finished reaping oats on that side of the hill. They drew in two loads of oats that day. About five o'clock Jimmie took the reaper home. In the afternoon Mary Emma Weir came down and played with Florence. Marjory and I went over the Nash with oil and gas. It was a good day."

Fri. Aug. 17: "We got up quite early. Johnnie and Oliver took the little team and hay rack and got the last load of hay. Jimmie went up to Gilchrist's after some barley forks. He took up some long black berries to Mrs. Gilchrist. The boys didn't come so Jimmie took the Nash to see what they were doing. They had two loads of oats. Jimmie went over his car with oil and gas in the forenoon. After dinner they drew in two loads of oats and that was all they had cut. After that we burned the brush in the orchard and out by the hog pen. In the afternoon Jimmie took the barley forks up to Gilchrist's. At night we went to Argyle. It rained in the afternoon."

Sat. Aug. 18: "We got up quite early. We did some baking in the morning. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Fort Edward after feed and they brought Mother and Jennie up with them. Then we all went to the Auto-Club picnic at Hedges Lake. It was a good day. They came back here for supper then we went down to the band concert at night. Helen & Eddy came home with us."

Sun. Aug. 19: "We got up quite early. We did not go to church because there was no church to Argyle. Helen was here. In the Afternoon we went to Argyle after Mother and Jennie to go with us. We had a flat tire before we got to Argyle. We didn't get it fixed until late so they did not go. Mary stayed to help Hazel pick berries. At night we went to Argyle and went to C. E. When we got home from Hazel's we had another flat tire. The boys pumped it up and we got to Argyle alright."

Mon. Aug. 20: "We got up quite early. The women folks did the washing. The boys cut most of the oats. In the afternoon Marjory, Florence and I had to go to Salem to see about a note that was due. We took Jimmie's car. We came back by Argyle and made a few stops. We got home a little after five. It was a good day. Just after a fellow from Albany by the name of Jones and bought the pine off from the McCauley place. He came back and said they would bring the check for it. The boys fixed two tires for the Nash in the afternoon."

Tues. Aug. 21: "We got up quite early. Johnnie went up back and mowed the rest of the oats. Jimmie and Oliver went to the lower place after the rake. In the forenoon they raked some and drew in one load. Marjory and Florence went to Argyle after groceries in the forenoon. In the afternoon Laurence came up and helped draw in oats. They got them all in but two loads. It was a good day. At night Hazel & George, Minnie & William brought Busy down. Johnnie is sick tonight."

Wed. Aug. 22: "We got up quite early. About ten o'clock we started for the fair. It rained nearly all day. We did not stay very late. At night Jimmie went to the fair. On our way to the fair we had a flat tire. We left it at Brown's garage and got it fixed."

Thur. Aug. 23: "We got up quite early. We all went to the fairish was a good day. At night the boys and Harold S. came home and did chores and we stayed out. We had our supper in Ed's truck. The fireworks were pretty good. We brought Eddy, Ruthie and Dorothy home with us."

Fri. Aug. 24: "In the morning we got up quite early. We got ready and went to the fair. Eddy, Ruth, Dorothy were here. I was going to stay home and keep them but we took them all to the fair. It was a good day. We started about eleven o'clock we got home about six o'clock. Dorothy and Eddy came home with us. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went to the fair."

Sat. Aug. 25: "We got up quite early. The girls did up the work. The boys chored around in the forenoon. In the afternoon they cut some brush. At night Jimmie, Johnnie and Marjory went away. It rained most of the forenoon."

Sun. Aug. 26: "We got up quite early. We all went to church. Dorothy and Eddy was here and we took them home before we went to church. Helen went to church and came home with us. When we got home Hazel, George, Minnie and William were here. They went home about four o'clock. After the boys got chores done we all went to Argyle . Marjory, Mary, Johnnie, Oliver went to C. E. and the rest of us went to Mother's. It was a good day."

Mon. Aug. 27: "In the morning we did not get up very early. We did a washing in the forenoon. The shoveled potatoes most all day. It was a good day. Mr. Jones the lumberman came along at noon and wanted the boys to bring a couple of horses down and draw out some logs for them. They said they would."

Tues. Aug. 28: "In the morning we got up quite early. Johnnie and Jimmie took Tom and Ned down to draw out logs. The rest of us went to the McIntyre picnic at Hedges Lake. We finished the ironing before we went. Mary Emma and Irene Weir went with us. There were only about sixty there. When we went we went to Argyle to get Mother & Aunt Jennie but they did not go. Jennie was going to leave Argyle that afternoon. It was a good day. The boys left the team at the lower place and Marjory and I went down after the boys at supper time."

Wed. Aug. 29: "We did not get up very early. The boys went to the lower place and brought up Tom and Ned. In the afternoon we all went down to the Oaks and stayed a while. It was a good day."

Thur. Aug. 30: "We did not get up very early. We did up the housework. The boys shoveled plowed potatoes in the forenoon."

Fri. Aug. 31: "We did not get up very early. We did up house work. Then we all went to Glens Falls in forenoon. We got home about middle of afternoon. It was a good day. Oliver was sick coming home from the Falls. They shoveled out potatoes in P. M."

Sat. Sept. 1: "We got up quite early. We did up house work. The boys shoveled plowed potatoes. At night we all went to Argyle to a Band Concert. It was a good day."

Sun. Sept. 2: "We did not get up very early. We did not have any church at Argyle so we did not go anywhere. About noon we went up to Hazel's. We got back and did chores and started to C. E. We run out of gas down the road and the boys had to come back and get some. We were late at C. E. I stayed at Mother's. It was a good day."

Mon. Sept. 3: "We did not get up very early. Before we had breakfast Harry S. and the boys came over. They came over to saw there wood but is was raining and didn't until afternoon. The boys stayed here and Harry went up to Weir's. In the afternoon we went to Argyle. They had old home day program in the Town hall and a ball game. It did not rain much in the afternoon."

Tues. Sept. 4: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Gilchrist's to thresh Oliver and Florence started in school today. Oliver was home at noon. After we got through washing the girls picked berries down along woods and the garden. After dinner Oliver and us went down in the swamp below the lower place and picked berries. We got a lot of them. At night we took Mrs. Gilchrist up some and Mother and Marion some. We went to Argyle after groceries and took milk check at Miller's. Then we went to Marion's because Marjory wanted to borrow her coat to wear at the wedding. It was a good day."

Wed. Sept. 5: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the morning Laurence came up after Marjory and went to the Falls in forenoon. In afternoon they went to David Black's wedding at the Hudson Falls church. The boys went to Gilchrist's to thresh. In the afternoon Leslie Post came along and wanted to see the boys but they were not here. It was a good day."

Thur. Sept. 6: "In the morning we got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys went to Gilchrist's to thrash. The girls watered the horses and the little team run way up the road and they went up and got them. Then they went down in the swamp and picked berries. Marion, Floss and the kids came up and picked some berries. They stayed until about time for school to be out. It was a good day."

Fri. Sept. 7: "We got up quite early. Florence went to school. It was our turn to take the school kids. The boys started mowing up on the hill but did not work very good so they quite. While we were gone Leslie Post came back again to see the boys. He went up on the hill and saw him. We had to go to the Fort in the morning for feed. On our way back the fan belt broke. We got a new one. At night Johnnie, Busy and Marjory went after the kids. Helen and Ruth came home with us. It was a good day. Jimmie took the horses at the lower place."

Sat. Sept. 8: "We got up quite early. The boys did the chores. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Rutland Fair. We did up house work. Oliver, Mary, Florence did chores at night. Marion and Ed went to the Fair. The boys stayed for night. It was a good day."

Sun. Sept. 9: "We did not get up very early. The boys did not go to church but the rest of us did. When we got home the boys were sleeping. Hazel & George & Minnie came down. Marion came up after the kids. At night we all went to Argyle and the young folks went to C. E."

Mon. Sept. 10: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. The boys took the mowing machines down behind Jimmie's car and mowed down there. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the afternoon we went to George Eliott's funeral. It was a good day."

Tues. Sept. 11: "We did not get up very early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the ironing. The boys finished mowing at the lower place. They brought the machines up. In the afternoon we tied Lill's Comforter. The boys picked a few apples. It was a good day."

Wed. Sept. 12: "We got up quite early. The boys took some apples out and tried to sell them but they couldn't. We picked some elderberries. Florence, Marjory, Johnnie went to the Lake to see about Johnnie's cap. At night we all went to Argyle to a Tent Show. It was a good day. The boys finished shoveling out potatoes."

Thur. Sept. 13: "We got up quite early. It was our turn to take the kids. We went down after Lill Yarter and she came up and her, Mary and Marjory picked long black berries down in the swamp. Before we started Marion and the kids came up. The boys started mowing up on the hill. They were here for dinner. We had a thunder shower at noon. Mary went home with Marion. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went away."

Fri. Sept. 14: "We did not get up very early. The boys finished mowing the hay up on the hill and mowed the swale. They cut it all with the machine. At noon Johnnie and Florence went down to see about sawing the wood. After noon the boys & Florence, Marjory finished unloading a load of oats. Then Jimmie went to Clair's after the engine. It was a good day."

Sat. Sept. 15: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys sawed wood. John Liddle sawed it. In the morning Marjory and Florence went down along the woods and got about five quarts of long black berries. At night we all except Marjory went to Argyle. Marjory went to Laurence Dennis' to a reception for Mr. & Mrs. David Black. Before dark we dressed three of Johnnie's roosters. And we took two down for Marion and kept one for ourselves. It was a good day."

Sun. Sept. 16: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church. Mother came home from church with us and stayed until we went back at night. In the afternoon Leona and Emma Barkley came and stayed a while. Clayton, Mary and Harry came back after them. At night we went to C. E. Marion came to Argyle and brought Mary up and she came home. It was a good day."

Mon. Sept. 17: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. The boys split wood part of the forenoon. Then they went up back and got some corn for the cows. In the afternoon they went to Weir's to cut corn. In the afternoon we went to Argyle after the school kids. Florence went up with Mary Emma and came back with the boys. At night we all went to South Argyle to church. Before dark we had a quite a hard thunder shower. The rest of the day was good."

Tues. Sept. 18: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. It was our turn to take the school kids. We stayed down all day. We got the brake linings put in at the garage. They did not have time to fix the radiator. Johnnie & Jimmie went to Weir's with the team. At night after school Florence went up with Mary Emma and came down with the boys. It was a good day but in afternoon it got windy and cooler."

Wed. Sept. 19: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Weir's to fill silo. Oliver did not get home until late. Marjory and Florence went after the cows. Tom was down and couldn't get up. Jimmie went over and got him up. It was a good day but kind of windy. In the forenoon the girls did the ironing."

Thur. Sept. 20: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the morning I dressed a chicken and Oliver took it down to Mrs. Hall's. Then we got ready and went up to Hazel's for the day. We got home just as Florence was getting out of school. It was a good day but windy. Johnnie & Jimmie took the little team and went to Weir's to fill silo."

Fri. Sept. 21: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie and Jimmie went to Lant's and helped fill silo. We all at night went down to Argyle. Marjory, Mary and Florence stayed at Lill's and the rest of us went down to Miller's with the milk check. When they came back and stopped at Lill's awhile. We did not stay very late. It was a good day but kind of windy. We went down in the swamp and got about 6 quarts of long blackberries."

Sat. Sept. 22: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. In the forenoon Johnnie and Jimmie went to Jim Lant's to help fill silo. In the afternoon Oliver went to Darfler's to help thrash. Johnnie went to Jim Lant's. Jimmie took the team and went to John Weir's to fill silo. They got home early. Then they did the chores. Jimmie and I went to Hudson Falls to see Dr. Casey about his finger. He said he had infection in it. And gave him some medicine to doctor it with. When they got back we all and mother went to Auto-Club meeting. It was a good day."

Sun. Sept. 23: "We did not get up very early. We did not go to church. Jimmie had to dip his finger into some kind of liquid every half hour all day. About eleven o'clock it rained some. In the afternoon Hazel, George, Minnie came down. At night when Jimmie went after the cows Tom was down. He came back and he and Johnnie went over and got him up. They brought him and Ned to the barn. He was pretty well skined up on one side. At night Marjory went to South Argyle to church. Eva and Jack came along and stayed a while. It is pretty cold tonight."

Mon. Sept. 24: "First Frost. 36 above zero We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did a washing. Ed Burch and Frank McDougall came up and fixed the pipe in the milk house and fixed the pump in the well. The boys helped them until they went home. Then Johnnie mowed the buckwheat with Ned and King. Jimmie and Mary picked up 38 bushel of cider apples. Oliver did not get home until late. Marjory and Florence got the cows. After supper Jimmie took his car and drew up the apples. It was a good day but cold. A man who cuts the lumber came and rented the lower house for a month and the lower barn for his horse and buy some hay."

Tues. Sept. 25: "Frost 34 above zero It rained at night. We got up quite early. It was our turn to take the school. Marjory, Mary and I took them. Then we went to the Fort after grain. Jimmie took his car and drew two loads of cider apples down to Ed Heath's. He took 40 bushel at 25 cent a bushel. After he got back he and Mary and Marjory picked up 16 bushel. He took them down in the afternoon when they went after the school children. Johnnie took the little team and finished mowing the buckwheat. Then they drew down some corn for the cows. In the afternoon Johnnie & Jimmie went to David Scully's and worked. At night we all went to Argyle to hear the Knoxville Darkies. The boys had Tom horse shot. He could not walk very good."

Wed. Sept. 26: "at 2 P.M. 51 above zero 46 above zero We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys buried Tom in the forenoon. In the afternoon they went down and helped David Scully fill silo. I made Florence's dress. At night after school we picked tomatoes and a few crabapples."

Thur. Sept. 27: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys went to David Scully's to help fill silo. Mary rode down with John McKernon and went to Marion's with Garry. We set up the setting room stove in P. M. After the boys got home from filling silo they hitched up the team and went up after corn for the cows. It was a good day but cold. It rained a little about 4:30 oclock."

Fri. Sept. 28: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school The boys went to David Scully's and helped fill silo. Johnnie came home at noon and let out the little team and change his shoes. At night we all went down to Argyle. Mary was at Mother's. She & Jimmie went to Grange. We got meat and groceries. It was a good day but cool at night."

Sat. Sept. 29: "We got up quite early. Jimmie went after the insilage cutter and David Scully brought the engine. They got it set up about noon. The rest of the men picked corn and cut it. In the P. M. Mary Emma came down to play with Florence. In the P. M. Marjory, Florence and Mary Emma went down to Marion's and brought her and the kids up. They stayed all night. At night Johnnie, Jimmie and Marjory went away. Ed went up north hunting with a bunch. It was a good day but cool at night .Just as they got pretty near through the machine broke."

Sun. Sept. 30: "We did not get up very early. Marion, Helen, Marjory, Florence, Johnnie, Jimmie went to church. When we got home dinner was about ready. Hazel, George, Minnie, Lill, Ralph were here. At night Marion & the kids went down with Lill & Ralph. George had a sore eye. He got hit with some corn. In the afternoon Pendergrass's came along and wanted a few apples. At night we all went to Argyle and C. E. It was a good day but cool at night."

Mon. Oct. 1: "We got up quite early. We did not wash. It was our turn to take the school kids. The men came but the machine was not fixed so they went home except Laurence. They were going to draw buckwheat. They drew one load. Then they picked ears. We went to Argyle and got a tire fixed and Marjory & Mary went to Fort Edward after feed. When we came back we brought the school kids home. It was a very nice day. George McGowan's barns & silo burned this morning at about two o'clock."

Tues. Oct. 2: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The men all came except Laurence and filled silo. About four o'clock the cutter broke. In the forenoon Marjory & Mary went to Gilchrist's and borrowed some oats. In the afternoon we went to Argyle and got Mother & Mrs. Gilchrist and we went up to Carswell's to Mrs. Henry's funeral. We got back about time for school to be out. Oliver came home with us. We took Mrs. Gilchrist home. The boys put up the aerial. It was a good day."

Wed. Oct. 3: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The machine was broke so they could not fill today. Laurence came up but he went back again. The boys went to John Liddle's to cut corn. In the P. M. Marjory took the Nash and went to Nellie Dennis' to a Missionary meeting. Ed came along and he had a big bull and a heifer in . At night Jimmie and Johnnie went away. It was a good day."

Thur. Oct. 4: "We got up quite early. Florence went to school. Oliver did not go so he could help fill silo. John, Ralph Weir, David Scully, Phil, and John Liddle & Laurence came to fill silo but the machine did not work so they did not get to working until about time for school to be out. Marjory & Mary took the school kids and went after them. This was the first day of the World Series ball games. The Yankees won 3 to 1. It was a good day."

Fri. Oct. 5: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. At noon they finished filling the silo. In the P. M. they thrashed about half of the buckwheat. They drew it all in . In the P. M. Marjory, Mary and I picked up twenty bushel of cider apples. We got the clothes all dry and in. At night it looked like rain but did not. At night the boys went to West Hebron to a dance. It was a good day. Yankee won the ball game. Marjory took the car down to take the kids to school but John Weir took them."

Sat. Oct. 6: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. John Liddle, Hugh Weir, and Edwin were here threshing oats and finished the buckwheat. In the morning Marjory, Florence, Mary took a load of cider apples to Argyle and get meat for dinner. In the afternoon Mary Emma came down a while. We went to Fort Edward after cow feed. At night Johnnie and Jimmie and Marjory went away. Today was Jimmie's birthday and I made a cake for him. In the morning Will McNeil came over to see if he could get Oliver to pick potatoes for him. Marjory did the ironing in the A. M."

Sun. Oct. 7: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church. In the afternoon we stayed at home and listened at the ball game on the radio. The Yankees beat 7 to 3. Toward night it got real cool. We all went to Argyle and the young folks went to C. E. Mary was the leader. It was rally day in the Sunday School."

Mon. Oct. 8: "32 above zero. We got up quite early. We did the washing. Oliver and Florence went to school. John Liddle, John Weir, Edwin Gilchrist were here and they finished thrashing the oats in the forenoon. They had to draw gas off from all the cars in order to finish. Florence & Marjory went to Will Crosier's turn to meet the mail man. They run out of gas and had to leave the car and walk home. In the P. M. Jimmie took the thrasher home and then they unload oats and a load of oat straw. Oliver brought up some gas when he came home from school. Johnnie went down after the car. He did not come so Jimmie went down. There was dirt in it. It was a good day. They did not play ball on account of rain."

Tues. Oct. 9: "We got up quite early. We did the ironing. The boys dug potatoes down back the barn in the forenoon. Florence picked them. In the afternoon Mary Emma came down and played with Florence. Johnnie & I listened to the last game o f the world series which the Yankees won 7 to 3. Then Mary, Jimmie, Johnnie, Oliver picked the Wolf River apples. In the P. M. it is pretty windy. It was pretty cloudy this A. M. but did not rain. At night we went to Argyle."

Wed. Oct. 10: "We got up quite early. Oliver went to school. The boys finished picking the Wolf River apples. Then they and Mary and Florence drew in ears of corn from back of the barn. It was a good day."

Thur. Oct. 11: "We got up quite early. Oliver went to school. It was our turn and Marjory and Florence took them. When they got back we picked up cider apples. After dinner Mary and Marjory took them down to Argyle. Florence went down to school at Argyle in the P. M. At night the girls took another load of cider apples when they went after the school kids. In the forenoon Johnnie & Jimmie went to John Liddle's to cut corn. In the afternoon they finished drawing in the ears of corn. It was a good day."

Fri. Oct. 12: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence did not have any school. In the A. M. we dressed ten roosters. Then Johnnie took them out to A. M. Priar's at Fort Edward. On his way home he had a flat tire. When he got to Argyle he fixed then he went down and got Mother and brought her up. Then us women folks all went up to Hazel's and stayed for an hour or so. In the A. M. Jimmie and Oliver picked pound sweet apples and in the P. M. Johnnie and Oliver finished them. At night we all went to Argyle and took Mother home. Johnnie did not come home with us. It was a good day."

Sat. Oct. 13: "We got up quite early. The girls did up the house work. The boys husked corn in the A. M. & P. M. It was rainy. In the P. M. we picked the grapes and a few apples. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went away."

Sun. Oct. 14: "We got up quite early. We did not go to church .In the A. M. we went down to Marion's. When we got there she made us stay for dinner. After dinner we went for a ride. We went down the New road to Green Acre and to Scyulville and to Fort Edward then back to Argyle and stopped to Mother's a few minutes. Then we went over and came up the mountain. It was a good day. At night we all went down to C. E. It got quite cold toward night."

Mon. Oct. 15: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. The boys began digging potatoes this morning. Mary went up and picked up potatoes in the P. M. We ground up the green tomatoes and I made some mince meat. They left the potatoes up in the field that they dug. It was a good day."

Tues. Oct. 16: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The girls did the ironing. The boys dug potatoes. About noon Mary went up and picked potatoes and she did in the

P. M. I made some Chow-Chow. Pretty near night Mr. Jones came up and wanted the boys to go down with him and measure the logs the next morning. The boys got the team and went up and drew down the potatoes that they had dug. At night we all went to Argyle. It was a good day."

Wed. Oct. 17: "We got up early. After breakfast Johnnie and Jimmie went to the lower place to watch Jones measure the logs. They got back about 8:30. Then they went up and dug potatoes the rest of the day. Oliver helped pick some cider apples before he went to school. Then Marjory and Mary finished picking the twenty bushel. I cut burrdocks in the little orchard. Mary picked the potatoes. In the P. M. Marjory and I took a load of apples to the cider mill. After school Oliver and Mother, Marjory and I went to Fort Edward. Before we started home it began to rain. It poured before we got home. We got home about six thirty."

Thur. Oct. 18: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took the kids to school. Then he stopped down to the lower place. Then he came up and Johnnie went down. They got back about noon. They went up back and dug potatoes and Mary picked them up. Marjory and I went to Argyle after the school kids and we stopped down to the school house and took Florence with us. It was kind of rainy in the forenoon."

Fri. Oct. 19: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys dug potatoes. Mary picked them. At night we went to Argyle, Fred Miller's and George Bussing's. It was a good day but rained at night."

Sat. Oct. 20: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys dug potatoes and Mary and Florence picked them up. In the afternoon the wind blew and it was cold. They took the team up and drew down the potatoes. At night Marjory went down to Argyle with Laurence to a party the choir had for Thomas Mack. It was a good day. The boys went away at night."

Sun. Oct. 21: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church but did not stay for Sunday school. In the P. M. Hazel, George and Minnie came down. The boys & George went down to the lower place to see the logs. Eva & Jack came along and stayed a while. At night we all went to Argyle. The young folks went to C. E."

Mon. Oct. 22: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did a big washing. We washed our winter dresses in Carbolic Acid. The boys dug potatoes. Mary picked potatoes in the P. M. Marjory and I did the ironing. Oliver did not get home from school until late. They drew down the potatoes. It was a good day except kind of windy. The boys dug Jimmie's potatoes today."

Tues. Oct. 23: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys finished digging Jimmie's potatoes and picked them up. The girls picked up some cider apples in the A. M. The boys husked corn in the P. M. It rained in the P. M. so they did not take the cider apples. At night we all went to Argyle U. P. church to a chicken pie supper. Oliver stayed down from school at Mother's."

Wed. Oct. 24: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took the school kids. After he got back us women folks went over and helped them husk corn until noon. In the P. M. the boys husked corn. Marjory and I took a load of cider apples and went to the Fort after feed and brought home the school kids. It was a good day but cold. Mary went to Goose Island to visit the school in the P. M. "

Thur. Oct. 25: "We got up quite early. Florence went to school. Oliver did not have any because teachers conference. The boys dug potatoes in the A. M. Marion and the kids came up in the A. M. to see them dig & pick potatoes. The boys picked some apples in the P. M. until it rained. Marion stayed for dinner and supper. It was quite cold at night."

Fri. Oct. 26: "First Snow Storm 32 degrees above zero. We got up quite early. Florence went to school. Oliver did not have any. The boys dug potatoes in the A. M. & Mary picked. In the P. M. they picked apples. We all picked and it was quite cold and windy. We picked about fifty bushel. Then they got the team and went up after the potatoes and drew in the apples. We picked 30 bushel for Charley Fletcher. At night Johnnie, Jimmie and Mary went to Grange. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Sat. Oct. 27: "24 degrees above zero We did not get up very early. The boys finished digging the potatoes. The girls picked them. We did up the house work. A man came in the P. M. and got those apples that Fletcher wanted. At night Marion and the children came up and Marjory went home with her. Then we all went to Argyle to see the Hoover pictures in the town hall. It was a good day."

Sun. Oct. 28: "We did not get up very early. The boys did the chores. We did not go to church because we had a flat tire on the Nash. In the P. M. Hazel & George & Minnie came along a while. They had been to church and to Barkley's. At night we all went to Argyle and the young folks went to C. E. It was not a very nice day."

Mon. Oct. 29: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys chored around. At night Marjory, Mary, Johnnie, Jimmie went to a Halloween church social in Jimmie's car and he broke a spring. It was a good day but cold."

Tues. Oct. 30: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did up the house work. The boys split wood. In the Afternoon Lydia, Margaret, Margaret & Kenneth came along."

Wed. Oct. 31: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We all went to Argyle except Florence. We stayed at Mother's. The boys went down to the house and got the engine started. And got the car fixed. Then Johnnie went to Fort Edward after feed. Johnnie, Marjory and Mary went to school in the P. M. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Thur. Nov. 1: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took the school kids and Mother came home with him. The boys put in the mowing machines. In the afternoon Marjory, Mary and Mother and I went to West Hebron to Minnie McConnel's funeral. Then we came back and got Florence and took Mother home and brought back the school kids. The boys husked corn in the P. M. It was a good day. Jimmie went down to the house and started the engine. At night when we went after the school kids we went down to Miller's with the milk check."

Fri. Nov. 2: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did up the house work. The boys chored around. It was a good day."

Sat. Nov. 3: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys chored around. It rained about all day. The boys husked corn part of the day. Jimmie drew out a load of barnyard. Johnnie & Oliver picked a few apples. At night we all got ready and went to Argyle to the Auto club meeting. It was awful foggy by the time we started. Marion & the kids were all there except Dorothy. They left her at Mrs. Bussing's during the meeting."

Sun. Nov. 4: "We got up quite early. Jimmie took us all up to Hazel's except Marjory and Johnnie because Hazel's folks were going on a trip today. Jimmie came back and Johnnie, Jimmie and Marjory went to church. It was communion. They went to Lill's for dinner. Marjory stayed down and the boys came home and did the chores and then went up to Hazel's after the rest of us. Then we went down to Argyle and the young folks went to C. E. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Mon. Nov. 5: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. Jimmie took the Nash and went out with a load of potatoes. Johnnie picked apples in the afternoon .Viola Scally came to telephone. Hazel Scally and her kids came and wanted me to telephone for her. Oliver came home with Jimmie. It was a good but kind of cold."

Tues. Nov. 6: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The girls did the ironing. Jimmie took me down to Argyle to vote. and we took a load of cider apples and a can to get some cider but he was not making cider. In the afternoon we tied a comfortable for Marjory. It was a good day but cold."

Wed. Nov. 7: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie went to Gilchrist' and helped draw in corn. Jimmie took the kids to school. Jimmie plowed when he got home. At noon Jimmie went to harness Ned and plow and he brought him in and thought he was choked. Jimmie went up after Mr. Gilchrist. Ned was alright after that. Marjory took him home. Nettie Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Russel and Lillian came along and talked a while. Marjory, Mary & I went to Argyle after the school kids. Florence went up to Weir's when we got home we went up after her. It was a good day."

Thur. Nov. 8: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the forenoon Johnnie and Jimmie walked to the lower place. In the afternoon Jimmie went to John Liddle's and helped thrash. It snowed about all day. In the afternoon Marion and the kids came up. We set up a bed and brought down the crib. Then we tied a comforter for Marion. and Then we went to Bed."

Fri. Nov. 9: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. In the forenoon Marion, Helen, Ruthie got ready and went up to Hazel's and stayed all night. Johnnie and Jimmie went to John Liddle's and helped thrash. It was not a very good day. At night Johnnie & Marjory went to Argyle to a committee."

Sat. Nov. 10: "We did not get up very early. We did up the house work. One of the boys plowed. In the afternoon Jimmie went down and helped John Liddle move his hen house. About night Marion and Helen, Ruth came. They had been down home. In the afternoon Mary Emma Weir came down and played with Florence. It was a good day. At night Jimmie & Johnnie, Marjory went away."

Sun. Nov. 11: "We did not get up very early. They all went to church except Dorothy and I. In the afternoon we all except Marjory, Mary and Johnnie, Jimmie and Oliver went down to Barkley's. At night Jimmie, Johnnie, Mary, Marion and Marjory went to C. E. It was a good but kind of cold."

Mon. Nov. 12: "We did get up very early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did our & Marion's washing. One of the boys plowed in the forenoon. In the afternoon Johnnie and Jimmie went to Gilchrist's to help draw in corn. About middle afternoon it began and snowed quite a lot. Marjory and Mary, Eddy, Ruthie went to Argyle after the school kids. Florence and the girls came up at noon and Helen went to school with them. At night Marjory went to Argyle to a Missionary meeting. At night Mr. Jones came up and paid me for the lumber. We got our ironing all done in the afternoon."

Tues. Nov. 13: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did up the house work. The boys plowed & split wood. In the afternoon we all except the boys went over to Lydia Beveridge's and stayed a while. We did not get home very early. At night Johnnie & Jimmie went away. It was a good day.
Wed. Nov. 14: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the forenoon we dressed two chickens and had them for dinner. Jimmie plowed in the forenoon Marion washed her car in the forenoon. In the afternoon Marion and the children & Teddy went down to Lill's. Johnnie plowed in the P. M. Johnnie went up to Weir's to help do chores because John went up North again. When he came back Hugh came back with him. Then he & the boys and Marjory went down to a social at the church. Toward night Mr. & Mrs. Simpson came up. We were piling wood. It was a good day."

Thur. Nov. 15: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie came back from Weir's about ten o'clock. Jimmie went to John Liddle's after one of his horses. Then he went to H. Mahaffy's after a plow. The plowed the rest of the day. Mary, Marjory and I finished piling the wood that was in the woodshed. Then we threw in what was out doors and carried in chunks and raked leaves and burned them the rest of the day. At night Johnnie rode up to Weir's on Oliver's bicycle. It was a good day."

Fri. Nov. 16: "We got up quite early. Jimmie took the school kids and some apples out to sell them. He got back about noon. Johnnie got home from Weir's about ten o'clock then he plowed the rest of the forenoon Then the boys both plowed in the afternoon. Marjory, Mary and I raked and burned leaves off from the front and end of the house. In the afternoon Marjory and Mary stopped at schoolhouse and got Florence then they went after the school kids. It was a good day. The horse did not work very good so they quit plowing."

Sat. Nov. 17: "We did not get up very early. We did up the house work. Johnnie plowed with the little team and Jimmie started but the horse did not work good. So Jimmie took him back to John Liddle's. Oliver and Jimmie split wood in the P.M. Mary, Florence, Marjory and I went to Argyle. I had to meet George Bussing. Florence & Mary went to the barber shop and Mother's. Marjory & I went to Fred Miller's but there was no one at home. It was dark when we got home. After supper we all went to Argyle to the picture show. It was good. It was a good day."

Sun. Nov. 18: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church in the forenoon. In the P.M. Hazel & George and Minnie came down. At night we started early and went to Fred Miller's and came back to C. E. It was a good day and not very cold."

Mon. Nov. 19: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took a load of potatoes in the forenoon. Johnny went up to Gilchrist's and helped husk corn. We finished piling wood in the woodshed. In the afternoon Mary laid down and went to sleep. It rained pretty near all day. At night it rained and the wind blew awful hard."

Tues. Nov. 20: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. Johnnie went to Gilchrist's to husk corn. Jimmie plowed all day. In the afternoon Mary and I got dirt and set out my plants in little dishes. Marjory did the ironing in the afternoon. At night Johnnie went away. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Wed. Nov. 21: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did up the house work and mended some clothes. The boys split and put in quite a bit of wood and chunks. Jimmie broke our ax and he went up to Gilchrist's after it. It was a good day but cold."

Thur. Nov. 22: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took the school kids and went to Fort Edward after feed. Johnnie did up the chores. In the afternoon Jimmie took me down to the bank and we took some cider apples and two milk cans. We got too cans of cider to put in our vinegar. We brought the school kids home from school. It snowed quite a bit last nite. At night Jimmie and Johnnie went away."

Fri. Nov. 23: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did up the house work. The boys put up some oats, corn and buckwheat and took it out to Fort Edward to get it ground for the horses and cows. In the afternoon Will Kilmer came to see about some fire Insurance. Phil Sauey came to telephone. It was a good day. At night Johnnie, Jimmie and Mary went to Grange."

Sat. Nov. 24: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys split and put in the rest of the wood. At night the boys did the chores early and we went to Argyle. Then we went out to Fort Edward after Jennie. The we brought her back to Mother's. We went up to the hall to the pictures. It did not rain but was cloudy."

Sun. Nov. 25: "We got up quite early. We did not go to church because it snowed hard. We were going to have Jennie & Mother up for dinner but it snowed and we didn't go after them. At night we went to C. E. It stopped snowing in the afternoon. The roads are not very bad."

Mon. Nov. 26: "We got up quite early. We did not wash. In the afternoon we went to Argyle. I took Florence down to the school house to Argyle and had her Inoculated for Diptheria. She has to go for two more Monday's. Marion brought her kids up too. Then Marion & Kids & Marjory went to Hudson Falls and Jennie went with them and went back to Albany. Marion went out to see about getting her teeth. She is going out Wednesday at eleven o'clock and get them out. We brought Oliver home with us. It was cold and cloudy."

Tues. Nov. 27: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing and ironing. In the afternoon Marion & Lill and the kids came up and Mary went home with them. At night the boys went and took Mr. Brownell down to Rouse's to see Jones & get our pay. Then they went to North Argyle but the store was closed so they went to Argyle & got groceries. It was a good day."

Wed. Nov. 28: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. In the forenoon we went to Argyle. Marjory & I went out with Marion her to get her teeth pulled. Marjory run the car home. We went on down home with her. Lill Y. went out with us. Jimmie had the car to the garage getting the radiator fixed. it was about night Ed took us up to Argyle. We brought Eddy & Dorothy home with us. When we got to Argyle the boys were ready and we drove down to Mother's. Just as I started in the house the fire whistle blew and Bob McQuain's barns was burning. The boys went down. Florence went up to Weir's. It was about seven o'clock when we got home. It was cloudy all day. Her mouth is quite sore tonight."

Thur. Nov. 29: "We did not get up very early. Jimmie put his spring in his car. In the forenoon Johnnie & Oliver fixed his chicken house. Then we made some ice cream some for Marion in her freezer. In the afternoon we went down to Marion's. She is feeling pretty good. Her mouth is kind of sore but not bad. We brought Eddy & Dorothy home with us. We came around by Argyle and stopped at Mother's a few minutes. The boys went away at night."

Fri. Nov. 30: "We did not get up very early. Florence went to school. The boys finished husked corn. We did up the house work. In the afternoon Laurence came up and brought the little calf. At night the boys went to Argyle to the dance. It snowed hard all Afternoon."

Sat. Dec. 1: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. We brought out the big stove & blacked it and shone up the nickle and set it up and set up the stove in the good room. It was a good day."

Sun. Dec. 2: "We got up quite early. We did not go to church. In the afternoon we went to Marion's. We left Eddy and Dorothy. Hazel & George & Minnie was down there. Marion is feeling pretty good. Mary stayed. At night we went to Christian Endeavor. Oliver, Florence & I stayed at Mother's. It was a pretty good day."

Mon. Dec. 3: "We got up quite early. We did not wash. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie took the school kids. Marjory and I cleaned out the hall and got the spare room fixed because Mary Keyworth is going to begin staying today. In the morning the boys had quite a time getting the engine started but they did after while. Johnnie went to Gilchrist's to husk corn. In the afternoon we took Florence to Argyle to the school house. It rained hard in the afternoon."

Tues. Dec. 4: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys did chores. At night the boys took the car and went away."

Wed. Dec. 5: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence & Miss Keyworth went to school. We did not washed because it rained. It was awful dark we had the lights on all forenoon. John Liddle came up and stayed about all forenoon. Then Johnnie went home with him to help him fix his cow stable. The sun shone in the afternoon. In the afternoon Marion and the children came up and brought Mary home. At night we all went to Argyle to the first night of Grange Fair. It was good."

Thur. Dec. 6: "We got up quite early. We did the washing today. It was a good day. We washed the sitting room curtains. Marjory washed the windows in the sitting room. Mary did the ironing. In the P.M. Jimmie came to the house because he had stepped on a rusty nail and jabed it in his foot. I put some salt pork on it. We all went to the fair. Jimmie just wore his overshoe on that foot."

Fri. Dec. 7: "We got up quite early. Oliver & Florence went to school. Johnnie did the chores. Jimmie set around the house all day because his foot hurt him quite abit. After school Miss Keyworth went home. At night we all went to Argyle. We went to Mother's and Hazel & George and Minnie were their. Hazel & George, Jimmie, Oliver, Mary, Florence went up to the Hall to the Grange Fair dance. I stayed to Mother's and helped keep Minnie. She cried awful hard for a while. Hazel & George did not stay very late. It was a good day."

Sat. Dec. 8: "We got up quite early. We did up the house work. The boys did the chores. We did not have dinner until about three-thirty. Then we did not have any supper. Jimmie's foot is feeling pretty good today. It was a good."

Sun. Dec. 9: "We did not get up very early. We all went to church. It was a good day. In the P.M. we stayed at home. At night Johnnie, Jimmie, Mary and Marjory went to C. E. It was pretty cold so we stayed at home."

Mon. Dec. 10: "We got up quite early. We did not wash. We dried some pop corn and shelled quite abit. The boys did the chores. In the afternoon we all went to Argyle and Florence went to the school house for the last time. Marion had her kids all there. Mary took her things and went home with Marion. We had to wait to bring the school kids home. When we got back Jimmie took me up to Gilchrist's on business. It was a good day. Johnnie went to take the school kids in the morning. At night Johnnie and Marjory went to a committee meeting at Cuthbert's."

Tues. Dec. 11: "We got up quite early. We did not wash because it looked kind of stormy. Marjory and I went out doors and picked up chips and raked leaves and had a bon fire. The boys went to Fort Edward with a grist. It did not storm."

Wed. Dec. 12: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. The boys drew the sawdust out of the ice house. We mopped the floor and scrubbed the porch. In the P.M. I churned and Marjory baked and took the clothes down off the line. Then the boys drew out manure. It was a good day. We washed Lill's blanket today."

Thur. Dec. 13: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Johnnie and Jimmie drew out manure. We put Lill's blanket back on the line today. It got pretty near dry. After noon the boys took the team down and got a load of sawdust. We did the ironing and some baking. It was a good day. At night Johnnie and Jimmie went way in the Nash."

Fri. Dec. 14: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. The boys unloaded the sawdust. Then they drew out manure. I raked and cleaned up the sawdust at the end of the house. The boys brought the wagon and drew it away. They drew out manure the rest of the day. At night the boys went away. It was a good day."

Sat. Dec. 15: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Jimmie finished drawing out manure. In the morning Johnnie took me over to Salem and we came back around by Argyle. We got home about noon. In the afternoon we finished up our house work. At night we all went to Argyle to the show. It was pretty good. It was a good day."

Sun. Dec. 16: "We got up quite early. We all went to church. Hazel and George and Minnie were there. They did not stay for Sunday School and they came up for dinner. Marion & kids brought Busy up. Helen and Ruth & Busy stayed up. The rest went home about four o'clock. At night we all went to C. E. It was a good day. From C. E. Marjory went up to Hazel's to stay a few days."

Mon. Dec. 17: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We did the washing. It rained hard so we took down the white clothes and brought the rest on the porch. Miss Keyworth came this morning. Jimmie worked on his car. Jimmie took the school kids."

Tues. Dec. 18: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. We hung the clothes back out again. Jimmie went to John Liddle's to help draw out wood. It was a pretty good day."

Wed. Dec. 19: "We got up quite early. Oliver went to school. Florence did not have any school because Miss Keyworth had to go to Hudson Falls to see about Floyd Williams coming to school. In the afternoon we went to Argyle and Fort Edward. We took Helen and Ruth down and Marion came up after them. At Fort Edward we met Hazel & George. They were going to take Marjory to Argyle but we brought her home with us. Jimmie was working at John Liddle's. We stopped and he came home with us. It was a good day. Mother went out with us."

Thur. Dec. 20: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Jimmie went to John Liddle's to work. Johnnie got the Christmas tree and we set it up. At night we all went down to the school house to a Christmas tree. They had a very good program. It was kind of cold."

Fri. Dec. 21: "We got up quite early. Oliver and Florence went to school. Oliver's school had there Christmas tree today, This P. M. We dressed eleven roosters for Johnnie this A. M. He took them out in the afternoon. Oliver came home with him. Jimmie went to John Liddle's to work. At night we all went to Argyle to the Senior Fair and Dance. Miss Keyworth stayed and went down with us and her father was at the Hall and she went home with him. It was a good day but kind of cold."

Sat. Dec. 22: "We got up quite early. Jimmie went to John Liddles all day and Oliver went in the afternoon. In the afternoon we all went to Argyle. Marjory, Mary and Florence went to the Christmas tree at the church. I went to Collin's and Mother's. Marion came up to Argyle and Mary went home with her. At night John, James, Marjory went to Argyle to the show. It was a good day."

Sun. Dec. 23: "We did not get up very early. We did not go to church. At night John, James, Marjory went to the church to a Christmas proformance. Mary was down at Lill's and they went down after her and brought her home. It was a good day.
Mon. Dec. 24: "We got up quite early. Jimmie went to John Liddle's to work. The rest of us went out to Glens Falls to do our Christmas shopping. We got home about two o'clock. Then we had dinner. We dressed two chickens at night for the next day. We did up our Christmas presents. It was a good day."

Tues. Dec. 25: "We got up quite early. I set bread. We opened our Christmas before breakfast. Then we got it cleaned up for company. Hazel, George, Minnie, Eva, Jack, Laurence and Mother were here for dinner. Eva & Jack went over to West Hebron to spend the night. Marjory went down with Laurence and Mother before dark. The boys did the chores early and we went down to Marion's and took there presents down to them. It was a good day."

Wed. Dec. 26: "We did not get up very early. Jimmie went down to John Liddle's to work. We did the washing. Most of the clothes got dry. We did some of the ironing in the afternoon. The boys chored around all day. It was a good day."

Thur. Dec. 27: "We got up quite early. John Liddle came up after Jimmie before we were up. Jimmie went down and helped him. He did not get home until about eight o'clock. Johnnie rode King and went to Clare's to work. We finished the ironing and shelled quite a bit of pop corn. It was a pretty good day. Jimmie brought John's car so to have it the next morning."

Fri. Dec. 28: "We got up quite early. Jimmie went down to John Liddles to work. Johnnie went to Clare's and he rode King. We did up the house work. At night Jimmie and Johnnie took John Liddle's car and went away. It was a good day."

Sat. Dec. 29: "We got up quite early. Jimmie went to John Liddle's to work and Johnnie went to Clare's to work. We did up the house. Marjory went to MacWhorter's for dinner today. At night Marion and Ed brought the kids up and they stayed all night. It was a good day."

Sun. Dec. 30: "We did not get up very early. We did not go to church. Toward night Marion and Ed came up after the kids. They were here for supper. Then they went home. We went to Argyle and the young folks went to C. E. and I stayed at Mother's. It was a good day but quite windy."

Mon. Dec. 31: "We got up quite early. We did the washing. Jimmie went to John Liddle's and Johnnie went to Clare's to work. We did the ironing. At night Johnnie, Jimmie, Mary, Marjory went to Argyle to a Christmas social at the parsonage. It was a good day. I dressed two chickens tonight for tomorrow."