Monday, Feb. 7, 1938

Bert [Bertille] washed, ironed, patched. Pap took load of wheat to Waterloo 17 bu. @ 87 [cents]; then went on business trip. Frank Dudenhoeffer is dead 1 yr. today. Sure is beautiful day. Bert [Bertille] took 6 doz. eggs to store got 14 [cents] coming down all the time.

Tuesday, July 27, 1937

Sure cool morn’s & eve’s & so hot during the day. It is 4 yrs. today A. [Aunt] Lizzie Reheis died. Leo & Rose [Rosalia] came, brought wash along, we washed ironed, patched, made chicken dinner, Pap & Leo went to Waterloo with load wheat for Leo, $1.07 bu. then they went to area near Maeystown to look at a plow; but the fellow wouldn’t sell it any more, talked to Metzger’s about a new one. Went down & looked at C. Buehler’s, they don’t know if they want to sell it yet are [sic – or] not, talking maybe start farming again somewhere, Hy. Armstutz came & got coop 36 chicks shipped them to St. Louis.