Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1933

We cleaned hen houses back yard, hauled oats, & water. Rosalia & Bertille took dress goods, & went out to Aunt Mary’s, had dinner, lunch, there, got the dresses pretty well done. George Boll was here.

Monday, Aug. 21, 1933

Rosalia & Bertille went out washing & ironing at Henry’s. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where up again, Papa had lunch with them, canned 2 qt. tomatos [sic]; gave the rest to Aunt Mary for catsup. We got 10 little pigs born today Aug. 21. Henry had 12 & there all dead sow sick.

Friday, Aug. 18, 1933

Mr. Eichenseer is 65 yrs. old today, the family where going to have Valley of the Moon, over the radio for him. Rosalia & Bert went out to Henry’s cleaned, & baked, washed. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where here got papa & him & Uncle Fred went in & Aunt Mary stayed by Henry’s. Mr. Walter Coap, Paul & Clem Parker, Oliver Pours left yesterday by car for the World’s Fair. Rusell Gregson & his family went to.

Monday, Aug. 14, 1933

Rosalia & Bertille went out washing at Henry’s, cleaned house & canned tomatoes. Mr. Hill was here gathering news, George Wagner came & got himself a mess roasting ears.

Monday, Aug. 7, 1933

We all went out to Henry’s, & papa went back home, we washed, ironed. Mrs. Cleveland came awhile in the afternoon. It rained a little. Henry brought me home as far as Kemp’s, couldn’t get through the hills no more so I called up home from there & papa got me & Rob. Papa helped Uncle Fred put on a new roof on chicken house, he had lunch, dinner, & lunch, I & Rob, had lunch there. We went to Red Bud took 4 chickens, 12 lbs. & a cake along for the church pinic [sic] tomorrow. Jung stopped got our eggs 10 ¢ doz. Mr. Hill & Spalt & Willie Geodell where all here on business. Spalt to see about telephone lines.

Monday, July 31, 1933

Rosalia & Bertille went out washing at Henry’s. Bertille stayed, Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where up this afternoon, painted, got ready for moving. Ate lunch at Aunt Mary’s.

Tuesday, July 25, 1933

We went out to Henrys. I stayed out there and We washed. Papa took Henry, team and wagon along and fixed the straw stack. George Wagner and Uncle Fred helped.

[editor's note: Believe this entry is written by Rosalia]

Monday, July 17, 1933

Rosalia & Bertille went out to Henry’s, took our wash along, & washed, ironed, patched. Bertille stayed & Robert & Floyd went along home, with Rosalia, & helped dig potatoes. Philip Mueth was here & bought hams 2 for 15¢ lb.

Tuesday, July 11, 1933

We went out to Henrys, it was to wet, they didn’t thresh, we had lunch, dinner, lunch, corked plum jam & baked pie shells & cake.

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.