Friday, Nov. 11, 1938

Holiday. Armistice. No mail. Geo. Wagner came over & engaged hog to kill; when it gets cold. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary stopped, they went down to help Buehlers paper. Eggs are 27 [cents] today. Lots of people out hunting; rabbit season opened yesterday; we put up signs this morn. no hunting. It is so nice today again, so warm don’t even need a coat on.

Monday, Nov. 10, 1930

Today the Rabbit season is opened.  Papa went to Belleville this morning to look for fruit trees.  Rosalia, Bertille went to Uncle Fred’s and Aunt Mary’s to fix our dresses.  We had dinner out there, & watermelons.  Henry was here this evening, he brought his cow hide up to the store.  Eggs are .31¢.

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