Sunday, Oct. 11, 1936

Beautiful day. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were here for dinner. Butch Fisher of Waterloo looked at the heifers, to high priced. We went to Floraville to a free dance, musci [sic] by Schmidts of Red Bud.

Thursday, Nov. 10, 1932

Papa took the Whippet to Barthels, to get it fixed this morning, but he had no batteries. He went out to the woods this afternoon, & stopped at Henry’s & took his pigs along home. Ralph Rausch was here selling or taking orders for Sunday paper, 10ยข. Roosevelt picture & history will be in Sun. Henry Kammler is having a Armistice Dance tonite, Adm. 35, music by Billy Schmidt Orcestra [sic] from Belleville, but I don’t think it was a very big crowd present.