Friday March 24, 1916

Fair. Sidney worked for H. Russel. Mora went to school. Sidney went to Jim Potters and got another half bu. turnips last night.

Thursday March 23, 1916

Stormy. Roads nearly full. Sidney and Claud cut wood a.m. Claud broke his ax so they quit at noon, came home. Sidney and Mora went to prayer meeting at Hubbard's. Small attendance.

Wednesday March 22, 1916

Stormy all day except a little while a.m. Sidney went to Potter's at 8 a.m. but it stormed so hard he came home at noon. A big hen hawk here twice today. Bound to get a meal but failed. Mora went to school, came home by way of Potters. Sidney went over to Jim's got 1/2 bu. turnips and some milk at Maud's. Carl got us some flour and some salt at Little France. Left it at Roy Johnson's. Sidney went and got it eve.

Tuesday March 21, 1916

Thawing. Sidney and Claud commenced to cut wood for E. Potter. Mora went to school. A rag man came. I sold him a bag of rags but could not make change so he said he would leave the money at Fred House's. 14cents. Sidney got 9# flour off Maud Potter also a pail of milk. He let Claud have some milk and Lettie filled his dinner pail with hulled corn Maud went to see Bell. Commenced to wean baby Paul, he is very very good.

Monday March 20, 1916

Thawing some. Sidney and Alf. finished up Chas. Munger's wood job. Both eat dinner with Mungers. Maud Potter sent a pail of buttermilk and pail of sweet milk by Sidney. He borrowed some flour off Claud Bryant.

Sunday March 19, 1916

Mora baptized today. Beautiful bright warm day. Sidney and Mora went to meeting a.m. and also both went again in eve. Memphis went eve. Sidney had a hard time getting her home as it was cold.

Saturday March 18, 1916

Clear, not so cold. Alf. said he could not work as he had to go to store. Sidney cut us wood a.m. and went to quarterly meeting p.m. Harry Howard called and went with him eve. Sidney went and got a pail of milk at E.B. Potter's also qrt. of vinegar at Elmer Cottets.

Friday March 17, 1916

Cold, frosty all day, p.m. blizzard. Sidney and Alf. worked for Munger. Sidney came out and eat his dinner at Claud Bryant's. He left it there this a.m. Maud Potter game him a pail each of sweet and sour milk. She filled Alf.'s pail also for him.

Thursday March 16, 1916

Fair, clear and cold. Sidney wanted to work but Alf. did not come about 9 a.m. Sidney went there and they were just getting breakfast. Alf. did not want to work so S. went to W. Monroe, got some corn and meal. Rode with Frank Cronan some both ways. Lost our bag. Sidney, Mora and Maud have gone to meeting tonight. Mora and Maud rode back with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hubbard. Claud Bryant converted.

Wednesday March 15, 1916

Cold, stormy all day. Track full. Sidney went to E.B. Potter's early a.m. Maud gave him some sweetmilk and buttermilk too. He then went to Little France, got groceries, had to wade both ways. Very tired when he got back. Chas. Beasonson asked him to eat dinner with him but he did not. Chas. gave him some crackers and cookies.

Tuesday March 14, 1916

Stormy all day. Sidney or I haven't felt well today. Sidney did not feel like cutting wood but he cut some at home. Mora is 14 years old. they wanted to go to meeting but Sidney did not feel able to go with them tonight. Sidney got 1/2 bu. potatoes off Elmer Cottett and he gave him 2 messes beets and some carrots last night.

Monday March 13, 1916

Mary and Mildred Potter went forward. Quite a nice day. Mora went to school as did several other children. Waited until 10 and no teacher came, so she came back home wet to her knees. Roads filled last night. Sidney and Alf. waded over to Munger's, cut wood. Sidney went to meeting. Awful tired tonight.

Sunday March 12, 1916

Wind. South looks like a thaw. Snowing some. Sidney went to meeting in daytime and also eve. Mora went too. Hubbard's folks called for them to ride with them. 4 converts, Mrs. Keich, and Hazel, Gail McClymond and Harry Graves.

Saturday March 11, 1916

Fair. Fisher's plowed the roads a.m.  Snow is about 3 ft. on the level and some big drifts.  Sidney wanted to go to work but they didn't get the cross road out until p.m.  Alf. Russel called.

Friday March 10, 1916

Snowed hard all P.M. No sign of anyone. Through snow is awful deep and  still coming. Sidney got 1 bu. potatoes off Russel's tonight.