Tuesday, Oct. 19, 1937

Raining this morn. again a little, getting colder. Leo & Rose [Rosalia] came this eve. brought us apples & Mail Order; paps shoes everything allright, shoes a little big. The Ladies Aid have euchre at Kammler’s Hall tonite, we didn’t go; we played pinochle, 3 games.

Monday, Oct. 18, 1937

Raining all day. Leo Cortner was here looking for shoats. Pap got Bill Fritsche down to look at the furnace, cleaned it all out, had smoked so bad yesterday; couldn’t make much fire, warm again today, haven’t got fire in furnace now.

Sunday, Oct. 17, 1937

Went to mass; we had real sermon, church from 7:30 till 9. Raining all morn & all day & nite. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary stopped awhile after mass. Wusthmark [sic – wurstmart] & free dance at Smithton.

Saturday, Oct. 16, 1937

Pap got crushing done. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary were here this afternoon; he went to Hy. Stahleber’s. Bert [Bertille] put flowers on windows. Mertz is giving tickets away for set dishes, ever $30. you get 11 pc. till you get all. Leo & Rose [Rosalia] came, this evening, played radio – W.L.S. Barn Dance.

Friday, Oct. 15, 1937

Pulled turnips, several bus. – 3 for sale. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary stopped in went to Red Bud. A fellow here yesterday selling magazines, was playing football & got concussion of brain, & was speechless, but could hear. Robinson was his name, wants to get enough money to have brain operation. Al. Mueller of Waterloo have baby boy.

Thursday, Oct. 14, 1937

Send a card for us to get group picture of Chas. Stookey’s Early Bird gang at KVSK. We had beef soup dinner. Schmidt brought sack mash feed; took our 4 gal. crock lard @ 12¢ lb. Mehrmann got 7 doz. eggs .21¢ & ½ bu. sweet potatoes 50¢; H. Wittenauer took ½ bu. to; sewing wheat here, yesterday afternoon & today. Cleaned bedroom, varnished furniture, & going to varnish floor tomorrow. Reports is that Mr. & Mrs. Pete Watchel have a baby boy Leroy, Tues. 4 girls 1 boy, & Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wiegand have baby girl since Sun. morning.

Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1937

Raining & cooler this morn. Pap went out to Uncle Freds, then to Smithton, to the bank. Emil [Brand] was here this afternoon. We went out to Uncle Freds; had supper there, took them along went to Leo’s [Orlet], she [Rosalia?] took some pears ½ bu.; also some for us to.

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Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1937

Cooked kettle soap. Pap went out on business trip. Bert [Bertille] cleaned dining room varnished floor. Harry Wittenauer sewing wheat here today. Went to Red Bud this eve. Rosary Devotion.

Monday, Oct. 11, 1937

Washed, ironed, canned pears. Pap plowed orchard. Planted rose bushes, bridal wreath. A fellow here selling the Extension Magazine with extra premiums. Ours ain’t run out yet.