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July 16, 1932

Sat., 16  Morning devotions. A fine hay day & all the farmers taking advantage of it. Make a cherry pie. Finish canning the cherries. Have 20 cans. Get dinner, a strawberry shortcake. Letter from Gertrude. Clean & cook a chicken. … Continue reading

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May 24, 1887–ASHTON

Tues., May 24   (got hay) Ashton is experimenting with parentheses.  

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May 23, 1887–ASHTON

Mon., May 23  Planted Petaptoes alone  Peter and Father went to the farm and got hay. Another example of Ashton’s creative spelling!

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May 14, 1887–ASHTON

Sat., May 14  spread manure on Greens lot in AM  (Peter)  plowed his garden and I drew loads of Peter & Mr. Henry and J. Kingly. Ashton’s parentheses–I think Ashton, like his father, was not of a literary bent.   

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April 23, 1924

Wed. 23   Some sunshine & some rain. Karl brings a load of manure & takes a load of hay. Henrietta & Warner come. They stay to dinner. Helen goes home on the afternoon train. Tuttle takes her over. Grace & … Continue reading

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