On this date in 1919, a Wednesday, Jettie noted that they sold 1450 dozen eggs in 1918, ranging in price from 55¢ to 62¢ per dozen. For some reason, the price of eggs in 1919 dropped to between 30¢ and 44¢ per dozen.
Hello - I am Stanley Gardner, the only grandson of Jettie Short (above, feeding her farm chickens in 1946) and Williams Gardner. They also had six grand-daughters. This blog is a series of date-related excerpts from Dad's diaries, with selected photos or other visual aids.