Tuesday, November 1, 1938

Went to 6 ‘ o clock mass. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary were up awhile, went home to go to Belleville. Bill [Klein] came this afternoon & took Bert [Bertille] along to Paderborn church, services & procession out to cemetery. Leo & Rose [Rosalia] were down this eve.; played cards. Republican Speaking at Kammler’s tonite. J. Schmidt speaker. Nobody of here went.

Monday, November 1, 1937

Went to 6 ‘ o clock mass. Bert [Bertille] went along home with Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary had dinner with them, & went along to Belleville, met lot of people from all over. Leo & Rose & many more. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary stayed for supper, brought some fresh liver & blood saussage [sic], along. We went to church devotion for poor souls & to gain indulgences for them. Rained this eve.

Sunday, November 1, 1936

Went to mass All Saint’s Day. Henry & family had dinner & supper here. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary had supper here, him Henry & pap went up to look around in woods. Some people have looked at heifers etc. Pautlers has free dance musci [sic] Rythm [sic] Kings.

Friday, November 1, 1935

All Saints Day Church Holiday; we went to 6 ‘ oclock mass. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were here awhile had breakfasts & lunch. Came this afternoon again, then we went to Waterloo, got papa watch, did a little banking business, then drove out to cemetery to visit Aunt Lizzies grave. Awful cold today, yesterday without coats, & today could have winter coats on. In Montana it is 22 degrees below zero, talk about cold weather. Yesterday & today Farmer’s Institute at Maeystown, we didn’t go. Pautler has it in the paper of my birthday dance Sun; nothing else doing that night. The Hecker married women were out Halloweeners last nite.

Thursday, November 1, 1934

We went to St. Luke’s Church, Belleville mass at 7, this morning & then to St. Mary’s 8 o clock mass; went shopping; drove home by way of Waterloo, stopped at different church, went all through Parks Airport & flying field; an awful nice place, cool weather. Mr. Mehrmann & Bernice got the eggs 26¢ now.

Tuesday, November 1, 1932

We went to Red Bud church at 6’o clock mass. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where here for dinner. Henry came up this afternoon & him & Rosalia went around town selling beef, he sold to a good many here. We took 10½ lbs, he sold it at 10 & 12¢ lb. He killed it this morn, Osie Neff did it; tomorrow morning, he is going to take the rest to Waterloo. Mrs. Robert Laut & Marcella Boll went over to Uncle Fred’s place this afternoon but they where over here, they didn’t come over. Mamie & Clarence came down tonite, he brought his needle work along down; we played euchre, & ate popcorn.