8 30 oclock
A little rain today.
Josie got dinner. She made a stew and had snaps and cymblins and corn all good. Mrs Owens come a while. We all went and looked at the garden then to the tobacco ground to see the tomatoes and water mellons and bean patch.
10 : oclock
9 30 oclock
Josie went to Mr Jim Powers today and got damsons. She carried all three of the children with her. Denia Blair come over here this evening. We went up to see Carrie. She was gone to see Julia Fergerson and Alice Thompson. We staid at Marvins a while and then went home.
10 o clock
A good day. They cut a house of tobacco for Mr Owen to day. Brand(?) and James(?) Dews helped them. Josie made some damson preserves this morning and ironed some. I canned a few tomatoes this evening.
Jim Brumfield staid on he is here tonight. [ink smear] I went to sleep and marked my book.
Pages that refer to watermelons:
Tuesday, July 23, 1918
Wednesday, July 31, 1918 (water mellons)
Monday, August 5, 1918 (water mellons)
Thursday, August 22, 1918 (water mellons)
Friday, August 23, 1918 (water mellon)
Wednesday, August 28, 1918 (water mellon)
Thursday, August 29, 1918 (water mellons)
Sunday, September 1, 1918 (water
Monday, September 2, 1918 (water melons)
Wednesday, September 25, 1918 (water mellons)
Tuesday, May 20, 1919 (water
Friday, May 23, 1919 (water mellon)
Saturday, July 5, 1919 (water mellons
Wednesday, July 30, 1919 (water mellons)
Saturday, August 16, 1919 (water mellon)
Thursday, August 21, 1919 (water mellons)
Sunday August 7, 1921 (water mellons)
Monday August 8, 1921 (water mellons)
Wednesday August 17, 1921 (water mellons)
Thursday, May 31, 1923 (water mellons)
Subject articles that refer to watermelons: