Monday, Aug. 17, 1936

Both guys that fighted [sic] had to paid find [sic – fine] today; sent the fellow home, that was in jail. We washed, ironed. Henry came got the wagon. Pap went out got load corn fodder. Bill Reichshinder looked at the horses. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came brought a watermellon [sic] & Boy did it taste good. It is so hot day & nite, awful. Eggs 19ยข today.

Sunday, May 21, 1933

We left early & went to Waterloo church, after that we drove out to Louis Vogt’s to look at a horse, Henry & Henry Brinkman went along, went to Reichscheider’s, & to Bill Freunds, papa paid his bill, $22.81 chev repair & Bill $5.00 labor on it. In Red Bud first mass was at 5:30 high at 7:30 and solmen [sic – solemn] comunion [sic], & confirmation was at 10 o clock. It is awful warm again today. We went out to Uncle Freds, but no body home there, they where at Oscar’s; so we went to the cemetery, it is awful weedy there, Ignat Neff & Roth had there lots cleaned, so we drove to Ed Cortner’s & papa looked at his barn, he wasn’t at home, down in the creek bottom plowing. Mr. Hill was here & at the neighbors collecting news.

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