A good day. Clouds a bout this evening but no rain here. Paul suckered tobacco all day. Ben suckered four rows this morning and then went to Chatham. I went with him. We staid longer than Ben thought he would have to stay. We eat dinner at Mrs Woodings. She had a good plain dinner.
9 o clock
Josie and Thelma washed some this morning.
We gathered and picked off some grapes this evening and to night Thelma and Paul both picked til we finished.
10 30 oclock
Ben carried Edwin & Christenia and Henry & Edna and I to White Falls. The river was two full & mudy. So we soon come home. I come by Johnsons. Mollie was makin grape jellie. Julia was washin some meal that she had bought. Kate Hubbard was taken sick today. I hope she will soon be well a gain. I come by Carries. She was pickin grapes.
Jim and Ben hauled a lot of olde boards to the wood pile.
Josie and I worked on grapes most of the day. This evening I picked a few dried beans and got some sweet potatoes, the first that we have had of this years crop. Josie gathered some snaps & strung them and got Irish potatoes for dinner, tomorrows dinner.
Prince is much better than he was yesterday.
Josie got dinner with a little help. Nellie caned some tomatoes this morning. This evening she went to Mr. Woodings and got some grapes. Miss Willie Wooding & Miss Annie Carter come with her home on a buggy.
Pages that refer to grapes:
Monday, August 12, 1918
Tuesday, August 13, 1918 (grapes)
Wednesday, August 13, 1919 (grapes)
Monday, August 18, 1919 (grapes)
Thursday, August 21, 1919 (grapes)
Sunday, September 21, 1919 (grapes)
Tuesday August 9, 1921 (grapes)
Sunday September 25, 1921 (grapes)
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