Sat Dec 8 a white frost this morning & cooler we went Early to Amos Whetstines quarry & got a nice load of flat rock & Home by 12 noon & it is all cloudy & looks much like a bad squall of snow Coming & turning Colder we hurried around & unloaded my load pf rock only 4 large ones & then I took Mag to Wellman to WRC Meeting Election of Officers we called at Holdens & Home by dark & Harve took all the girls & Vic to Nira to literary Harve chored around till the PM he worked 6 days this week 151 in all & drew $43,35
 Women’s Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, Inc., is a patriotic organization with the purpose of perpetuating the memory of the GAR – http://suvcw.org/WRC/index.htm
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