Monday, July 4, 1932

Today is Farm Bureau pinic [sic] in Waterloo & at all Seats, they have a big parade, other things. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up here & then went along with us to the pinic [sic], we left about 9:30, seen the parade, in the afternoon music was furnished by the Farm Bureau Band of eight pieces & speeches, by Mr. Kolber chairman, & Farm Advisor of St. Louis Co, Mr. Tillman. A Talk on Washington by Dillenberger & drawing of thicket & raising of Barley Korn. At 3:30 everything was over. Aunt Mary took the basket along & we had dinner. We stopped in at Henry’s on the way home. This evening we went to George Wagner’s awhile.

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