Monday, Oct. 5, 1936

We washed, ironed; Baked. Geo. Boll got his disk. A fellow here selling electric Singer sewing machines. Emil Schilling’s wife stopped in last nite on there way to St. Louis, they were at Pautlers at Evansville, come to see Omer. Lena Meng got some flower slips. We had a little shower rain this afternoon.

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1933

Rosalia & Bertille went out to help Leona quilt today, this afternoon. Josie Keller came out to Aunt Mary’s on a surprize [sic] this morning; this evening they went to Oscar Birkner’s, Gilbert’s birthday.

Thursday, March 24, 1932

This morning we went to church, communion at 8 oclock, & mass at 9 o clock. We had dinner over at Uncle Freds. This afternoon Bert Thompson brought 2 colts & got 3 hogs, even up trade. This afternoon we went to Mrs. Dugan to see if she would buy our eggs, but she had plenty, so we took them to Waterloo to Krogers got 10¢, had 51 doz. eggs, then papa & Gus Geodelle went out to Henry Ambrecht west of Waterloo & looked at a mule, seen him work, then tonight Henry took the buggy & went after him, we came home & papa & Uncle Fred went back to Henry Ambrecht again got 2 hogs & mule for $35.00. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary had supper with us, we took Uncle Freds car & went out to Henry’s, Bobby’s birthday 6 year. old. cake, lemonade served. Rosalia got a letter from Rosie Meuth inviting us all to come to Oak Grove Mar. 30, for her wedding dance, Osie Matzenbacher. We went to church in Waterloo awhile this afternoon, till papa got back. Ella Stalheber was here but we weren’t at home.

Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1931

Papa & Rosalia went out to Henry’s this morning, papa is going to bring the team up, & wheat.  Henry came with the tractor, he is going to disc & then sew wheat, he was here for lunch, dinner, lunch.  Leona & the kids came this afternoon, she brought some more wheat along & also the stuff to treat it with.  He started today.  Hy Kessler is sowing too.  Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where up today.  Christ Bestmann & family was here too see Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary on business.