Wea. Hot TUE. APRIL 14, 1896 Ther. 75
Went to school. In the evening Edwin Harrington + Andrew Warn were here to have some papers made out.
Wea. Cloudy THU. APRIL 14, 1898 Ther.
Went to school rode down with Earle Cowan. Rode home with Earle Churchill. There is to be a free concert up the Hollow tonight and I went.
Wea. FRI. APRIL 14, 1899 Ther.
Drove to school. Mrs. Mason went home. Played football trained a little.
Wea. SAT. APRIL 14, 1900 Ther.
Stayed in the house in the A.M. In P.M. boiled sap. Ray Lawson was down again. Glen and Frank Eccles was down.
Wea. SUN. APRIL 14, 1901 Ther.
NO ENTRY AGAIN UNTIL MAY 22nd
Wea. MON. APRIL 14, 1902 Ther.
Gail drew 4 loads of manure. I went to factory + took my cow hide to the burg. Got $4.40 for it. Paid Clyde Putnam + D. Springer. Sold a cow to J. Lawson $25.
Wea. TUE. APRIL 14, 1903 Ther.
NO ENTRY MADE AGAIN UNTIL MAY 1st
Editor's Note: I'm certain that Andrew Warn had no idea the 14-year-old Allen he saw at the Cass farm that evening in 1896 would be his son-in-law in 4 years. In fact, according to Mabel, Andrew was unsure of Allen's ability to provide for his sweet Alice because of his shortened leg. He tried to separate them for a time to no avail. Here is what she wrote about it: