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May 31, 1918

Friday May 31st 1918  Showers  Sunshine & drying PM  S wind   I planted my last piece of sweet corn for the year with corn soakd 26 hours Mother & Isabel pict the first mess of Strawberries for dinner & they were fine   I hoed around in places most too wet to hoe   I got the mail at noon had 2 Showers PM   a short hard one this eve   I got my coal box from Zimmerman & put it in my Barn   Tom Carr is taking down the Barn at Zimmermans   Mother & I planted Navy beans in the Barn garden   we wrote to Leslie   So did Isabel   I now have all my planting done for this season unles I sow a few turnips   Delos Liebe came & got some fine tomato plants

1898-1923 Leaving The Farm Behind

Rompin' Around

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Black polyester Zimmerman Upright Piano

Be the first to view our new pre-owned 1995 Zimmerman upright piano. Finished in polyester, this black piano is a beautiful to play. Please contact us for more details on 01367 244554 or email… 32 more words

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Confirmed Tornadoes In Zimmerman, Clarks Grove Leave Wake Of Damage

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/AP) — People in central Minnesota will be cleaning up after powerful storms blew through the area Monday afternoon and evening.

The National Weather Service confirmed Tuesday that storm damage in the Zimmerman area was caused by a tornado. 936 more words

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Faces of AWNY - Caroline Heslop

Aussie Caroline Heslop moved to New York City in May 2012, after she took a solo trip to several major cities in the US & Europe scoping out a city for a potential international move. 1,910 more words

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Too Armed to Take

Today in History, March 1: 1917 – (2nd Amendment friends take note!) The Zimmermann Telegram is made public by the United States, on the authority of President Woodrow Wilson. 292 more words

April 13, 1918

Saturday April 13 1918   A very fine day warm sunny day   I spaded some ground for mother   Mr Rupes came early & gave me a few strawbery plants   I went over where Rupe & Col Hull & Shrader & Love were cutting down 2 trees   I went down town AM & PM   I got mail & meat & exchanged 2 books   I tied up more grape vines   Suzan Gardner came this eve to stay with Maude   Maude went to Ioa City with Effie Hull & back at 4 PM   Mother calld on our renters Zimmerman

1898-1923 Leaving The Farm Behind