Monday, July 31, 1939

Washed, ironed. Mauff was here took some small peaches for 25 [cents]. & sold bu. to Clara Wagner 80 [cents] clings, she & boys came over & got them this afternoon. We went out to Uncle Freds this eve; took almost bu. along puled them & canned them this eve there; they were threshing oats, Schillings threshing Clem Parkers oats.

Thursday, July 27, 1939

Feruer brought 33 bus. wheat, but still some more to come yet. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary stopped, went to Adam Eckerts threshing this morn. Pete Matzenbacher has sale today. Feruer brought rest of wheat 65 bus. in all we got. Went to Leo’s this afternoon, threshed oats got 173 bus. had them for supper; brought Kettlers 6 loads over & threshed them there, didn’t have to move back there then. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary came to in evening; went through good [? – unclear].

Wednesday, July 26, 1939

Sun shining nice this morn; awful wind last nite. Henry came brought potatoes. Emil was over. Bert [Bertille] baked pie etc. send peaches along with Henry home. Leo & family came this eve; might thresh oats tomorrow. Wittenauers finished threshing here today 5 20 1/2 bu. from 23 acres; we got 174 bus. finished about 6:30 threshing.

Saturday, July 16, 1938

Another hot day. Wittenauer threshed oats here today. 98 bus. we got 32. our share. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary came this eve. Leo & family came. Bert [Bertille] went along to Red Bud, they went to church, to see Doc. Pautler. Rose [Rosalia] brought 2 buckets pickles along. A. [Aunt] Mary.

Saturday, July 31, 1937

Went out to Henry’s threshing oats this afternoon. Had them for lunch, got 676 bus. pap hauled some of our share home; Uncle Fred helped him unload. Mrs. Geodelle & Bert [Bertille] & Leona, that was all she had. Isd. Helfrich is pretty sick, had doctor, priest yesterday afternoon; high fever. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary came this eve. we went along to Smithton HomeComing. what a crowd; they said 20,000 people; attendance prize every hr; Henry Rittmeyer was one of the winners, to receive $1. prize.

Friday, July 30, 1937

Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary stopped, home from Buehler’s threshing oats. Mrs. Rennecker & Mrs. Staufenbiel was here.

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