Saturday, Nov. 6, 1937

Nice day. Pap went to look at Tolins mare colt – not yet 2 yrs. old bought it $75.00. Paid Merz $74.75 for tin roof put on cow barn at Henry’s on Nov. 2. Pap got crushing done. Lee Gregson & guy over at Emils trying to sell him a Chev. coupe second hand, gave him a ride down the road a piece.

Friday, Nov. 5, 1937

Beautiful getting colder. Bert’s [Bertille] 23 birthday. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary went to Red Bud to Buehler’s this afternoon & junk pile. Mrs. L. Fogassey & relatives, were visitors in town here, last Sun. Oliver & Cecelia & Mrs. Pour & Carrie Lorberg & Agnes Gregson were visiting at Iowa several weeks ago; from Fri. until Mon. Ben Schilling bought 126 acres of land from Emil Schilling & wife transfer in Waterloo paper. Uncle Fred & A. [Aunt] Mary had supper here. Leo & Rose [Rosalia] came this eve. played 5 & 6 hand pinochle, refreshments & cake. Tolin was here on business; trying to sell a mare to pap.

Thursday, Sept. 16, 1937

Bert [Bertille] went to Leo’s cooked apple butter; mother [Leo’s mother] & A. [Aunt] Mary came this afternoon; she got 16 gals. Tolin looked at stock. Eichenseers hauled in 200 bu. coal.

Sunday, July 7, 1935

Went to Red Bud. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were here for dinner, lunch & supper. Rose & Berti went with them to Waterloo this afternoon, to the band concert of 250 muscians [sic], & crowd, they spelled Waterloo in letters, & then played Star’s “Bangled Banner.” We stopped at Henry’s on our way home, & Walter & Hilda were there & pap & Riechmann & Bornppole of Okawville brought the mare & colt out; This evening we all went to Waterloo to Pautler’s pavillion to a free dance. Carle & Schumacher playing & was pretty good. Aggie Doyle youngest daughter of Martin’s was married to Lyle Ratz of Red Bud several weeks ago published once at Tipton; & Tolin & Rahn were married since June 8 they say. Red Bud congregation going to give ice cream social on Aug. 6.

Thursday, May 16, 1935

We clipped of the chickens wings. Rose & Bert went out to Henry’s, helped stretch curtains, ironed, scrubbed. Mr. Tolin was here looked at the colt & mare, but did no business. Eggs 20¢ today. Send of chain letters, Mr. L. H. Roberts of Agnes Kansas City Mo. received the dime; Leona got chain letter from Aunt May of Florida.

Sunday, Nov. 12, 1933

Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary stopped a little while. Uncle Adam & Emil where here this afternoon, had supper here. Several people called for eggs, we sold 6 doz. 27¢. Some stopped bought liver & pork sausage. Tolin got ribs. George Wagner is hauling wood up today. Wm. Doyle & Helen Reagen of Tiptown where published second time. Clara Wagner & kids, came over, & bought 2½ lbs. pork sausage 15¢. We went out to Uncle Fred’s to put his meat away, sugar cured.

Wednesday, March 4, 1931

Papa is sewing clover seed this morning.  Henry was here for dinner today.  This afternoon he went home with his tractor & Rosalia had to take his machine home for him.  Papa harrowed the potatoe patch, & when he was finished, he went out & got Rosalia again.  Jac. Reheis’ wife was also at Henry’s, she got 12 doz. eggs for hatching.  Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up this evening, they brought our seed potatoes along up.  Aunt Mary & Rosalia went to church. Mr. Tolin was buried this morning at Waterloo.  He was playing cards till 11 o’clock at night, & at 12:30 they found him breathing heavy & shortly after he died.

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