Saturday, July 22, 1933

Papa & Rosalia brought the boys out & took Bertille along to Waterloo to church. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where here awhile, then went to Nic Schaefers, Mrs. birthday had a party. Harry Kammler has a dance to, music by Koehler’s Orch.

Wednesday, July 19, 1933

We took the boys home and brought Bertille along back tonight we all when to Red Bud to the Pinice [sic]. Papa won a sack of Flour.

[ed. note: This entry is in different handwriting. Believe it is written by Rosalia.]

Tuesday, July 18, 1933

Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were here for dinner papa and Uncle Fred when to Red Bud.

[ed. note: Part of this entry is in a different handwriting. Believe it is written by Rosalia.]

Saturday, July 15, 1933

Pap & Rosalia, Robert came out to Henry’s this eve, brought ice along, & we had ice cream, took Bert along back home again. It rained Friday night Henry didn’t go threshing at Biffar’s today. Wagner kids where here playing with Robert. Pinic [sic] at Red Bud.

Friday, July 14, 1933

Rosalia went up to Mueths & finished threshing, & Bertille stayed at Henry’s again, all night & Sat. all day. Rosalia had dinner there today; by Henry’s, Papa took Uncle Freds, horse & mule out there, he was there for dinner, they where up in evening. Robert went along home with Rosalia until Sat. night. Wheat is now $1.00 bu.

Thursday, July 13, 1933

Papa brought Rosalia out to help cook at Mueth’s threshing, Bertille cleaned & washed at Henry’s, we went in to get her & kids after dinner; she was out all day, & papa came back in the evening to get us both again, Clem Parker went threshing on Henry keu [? unclear].

Monday, July 10, 1933

It is cloudy & raining this morn. again. We made little garden, planted beans, lettuce. Papa & Rosalia went out to Uncle Freds got the mule again. canned 2 qts plum & cooked jelly. The lady delivered the pottery what we ordered the other day for $1.35, it looks alright. Papa is working corn with the mule & Uncle Freds mare. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where up this afternoon, for lunch & supper, he helped went down with his car to Joe Gregsons & got the rest of wheat.

Friday, July 7, 1933

Baked bread, cake, cleaned. Papa had to go down to Ed Pabst’s threshing there this afternoon; he got load wheat, & Rosalia & Bert went along down this evening & got another load, & the rest Joe Gregson took along home with him; it was 77 bus. what we got, from Pabst’s. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came took the rest of there peas, onions out; wheat is 91¢ today.

Monday, July 3, 1933

We washed, ironed, took our onions out, it nice this morning, cool. 7 pigs born tonite. Scheinder kids cut hay, rake & piled it here today, papa helped them; eggs 10¢. flour is going up.

Thursday, June 29, 1933

Papa is working corn, they brought the mule home last nite. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up, had lunch here, he helped papa fix straw stack. Bertille helped them take out some of there onions. eggs are 10¢ today, wheat 83¢ Red Bud. Klotz’s threshing machine started out today, this afternoon. Schilling started couple days ago, thereshing [sic] at Schillings today & tomorrow by Buehler’s. Miss Klinberg of Maeystown spent a few day with Lauts.