Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1937

Went to 6 clock mass, All Souls Day. Went to Waterloo to 9 clock requiem high mass. Elder place was to be sold at court house, but was posponed [sic] on account of some heirs not being mentioned. Phil Mueth has it for sale 80 acres of ground. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary were up for church. Armstutzs were to see them last nite. Chris Buehler stopped got the hide from Henrys heifer to take to Drosts in St. Louis. Papa went to see Etling by Smithton this afternoon. It is getting colder this evening. Emil got some more furnitures from Querheim.

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.

Monday, Nov. 2, 1936

All Souls Day, went to 7 o’clock mass. Went to Belleville all day, dentist this afternoon. Raining all day. Wm. Ganley & Ambrose Doyle all had shooting matches yesterday.

Saturday, Nov. 2, 1935

Went to 7 o’clock mass. All Soul’s Day. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary had breakfast here. Raining this evening. Bill Haudrich’s of Red Bud is giving a birthday dance at Pautler tonite Cowboys of Rythum [sic]. Adm. gents 25 ladies free; dances all over tonite.

Friday, Nov. 2, 1934

Went to mass at 7 at Waterloo; stopped by Lizzie Boll & by Henry’s, took Leona along to church, stopped awhile by Mrs. Geodelle.

Thursday, Nov. 2, 1933

All Souls Day, went to 6 o clock mass at Red Bud, then went to Belleville, 9 o clock mass at Catherdal [sic], went to the stores, then came home. Henry & Floyd brought load corn. It rained this afternoon, a good shower. Our cistern was dry. It got cold.