Wea. TUE. NOV. 17, 1896 Ther.
Rode my wheel to school.
Wea. THU. NOV. 17, 1898 Ther.
Drove to school. Played football.
Wea. FRI. NOV. 17, 1899 Ther.
Left Perrysburg at 9.45 for Dayton where we show tonight at the M.E. Church. Hung around town all day. In eve showed had a good house took in $9.20 gave the Church 25% or $2.30 leave $6.90.
Wea. SAT. NOV. 17, 1900 Ther.
Went down on the Webster Place after a load of wood in A.M. In P.M. stayed about home. Ben Avers was down to see about renting the Webster Place.
Wea. SUN. NOV. 17, 1901 Ther.
Pa, Ma, Rollie, Andrew and Ruth came over. Mrs. Warn went home. Ruth + Ma stayed all night.
Wea. MON. NOV. 17, 1902 Ther.
Went up to the store paid (?) $10.09. Lent Will Grout my milk wagon. Fixed Rollie’s wheel. Set up the new stove.
Wea. TUE. NOV. 17, 1903 Ther.
Stayed at home. In eve Pearle came. Mrs. Lyman Myers died.
Editor's Note: Mrs. Lyman Myers was born Calphurnia Babcock and was the eldest half-sibling of Nora Babcock Cass. Calphurnia was born in 1829 to Henry Babcock and his first wife Catherine. She was 25 years older than Nora and therefore probably not very close with her which is why Allen calls her Mrs. Lyman Myers instead of Aunt Calphurnia. I can't find her grave online nor Lyman's. She and Lyman had two children; Juana who was 5 years older than her Aunt Nora and Martin who was actually 7 years younger than her. So I guess there have always been "Jerry Springer" families. There's nothing modern about being your "Own Grandpa".