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Thursday, October 6, 2011

A Tough Nut to Crack

A Day in the Life: October 6th

 

(Aged 14)
Wea.                                         TUE. OCT. 6, 1896               Ther.

Rode my wheel to school.  Geo brought the cow down today.


(Aged 16)
Wea.                                          THU. OCT. 6, 1898               Ther.

Rode to school with Ada Page.  In eve went over to Edith Hill’s to see if she would go to the party tomorrow night with me.  She will.


(Aged 17)

Wea.                                           FRI. OCT. 6, 1899               Ther.

Worked all day drawing grapes to the depot.


(Aged 18)
Wea.                                           SAT. OCT. 6, 1900                 Ther.

Slept from 7 A.M. till 12.  In P.M. husked 12 bu of corn. 


(Aged 19)

Wea.                                            SUN. OCT. 6, 1901                Ther.

Stayed at home all day.  Had turkey for dinner.  Rollie was over.  Gathered a few hickory nuts.

Mother Earth News shows how it is done.


(Aged 20)
Wea.                                             MON.  OCT. 6, 1902             Ther.

Jim cut corn in A.M. In P.M. finished filling silo run about 2 hrs.


(Aged 21)
Wea.                                              TUE.  OCT. 6, 1903                  Ther.


NO ENTRY AGAIN UNTIL OCTOBER 10th




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Editor's Note:
Edith Hill may have gone out once with Allen but she goes on to marry George Baker in 1899.  She lived until 1945 and is buried in Myrtle Cemetery.  George died two years later.

In 1901 it's the first time I think we've seen them eat something that Allen caught hunting.  I'm impressed.

And I can't resist: "Jimmy cut corn and I don't care...Jimmy cut corn and I don't care...
I'm sure you thought of the comparison too when you read 1902.

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