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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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]
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.
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.
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.