Friday, Feb. 26, 1937

Went to Smithton, on business this morn, then went to Leo, pap helped saw wood, also Jake, Isd. & Chas. Mueth Joe Krebs sawed it; had dinner there, sawed about 12 loads. Pretty nice day. It was in the paper that the will of Omer’s was filed last Fri. H. M. Hill, Vic & Odillo Eichenseer as witness, Geo. Schilling executor; there was also a nice memoriam piece in paper put in by friends. Aunt Mary got her pattern that I send for last week. The late Geo. Gregson farm was sold $30. acre, Waldman of Evansville bought the farm; That is Walter & Geo & rest father place.

Monday, Nov. 30, 1936

Pretty cold. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary going to saw wood today; got 24 loads; starting 7:20 this morn. Krebs saw, & O. Birkner, Henry, pap & himself; had dinner, took till about 3 o’clock when finished. Burdgorf of Red Bud got the heifer $210 & 3 lbs. good beef, get it when you want it. Eggs 31¢. Got calandar [sic] from Techny Ill. Al. Cleveland’s family were here played 6 hand pinochle game.

Sunday, July 20, 1930

We all went to church this morning.  After dinner we all went out to Uncle Fred’s and Aunt Mary’s, we were there for lunch.  This evening we all went to church, after church we went out to Nick Schaefer’s to a dance.  Uncle Fred furnished the music, everything was free, cake, beer, lemonade.  Ozzie Neff also had a dance.  Henry Birkner, Henry Brand, Roy Staufenbiel furnished music.  There wasn’t many girls there the way they say.  Rosie & Mamie Mueth were there.  There was quite a crowd at Schaefer’s.  They danced in the house.  Last Sat. or yesterday there was a fire in Krebs’ and Kreher’s field.  They say in five or ten minutes longer then Emery Kreher’s house would of burned down again.