Friday April 17, 1914
Quite a foggy gray morning, nice bright sunshine toward noon and rest of day, wind drying mud fast. Sidney went away about 7 a.m. Mora went to Weatherup's and got some buttermilk. Mrs. Weatherup gave her some maple sugar to bring home for the other children and herself. She went to P.O. got a letter for Sidney and one for me from Aunt Adaline Raymond, she also sent a tintype of Adell and Watson. Sidney arrived home at 9 p.m. said he ate supper at Diamonds.