Wednesday, June 10, 1936

Nice cool morning, had awful wind at 3 o’clock. Pap is making a small hen house. Levi Ganley came looked at the mule. Bert patching socks. Received the $1.00 refund check from Chicago Mail Order.

Friday, Nov. 29, 1935

Cleaned hen house. Rose got the papers, ordered the license $18.78 this year. Whip was the same price $12.00 but chev. is only $6.50. We went to Ruma to Myerscoughs & Tiptown to Colemans, & Dugan’s to see about pigs. Mr. Mehrman got the eggs 31¢. Miss Lena Geodelle of Waterloo, Henry Geodelle’s daughter is at St. Marys Hospital for treatments. Dorthy Myerscough is attending Normal College; at Normal, Ill; is home for holidays. Florence goes to High School at Red Bud; Margret is still at the convent, & can’t come home for 2 years.

Monday, Oct. 9, 1933

It is raining; cleaned hen houses put in straw. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where up this afternoon. We cooked catsup. eggs 20¢.