Friday, Nov. 9, 1934

Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were up, took turnips & radishes out of garden. Henry was up, looking for some one to butcher his bulls. He got George Boll to do it, started this morning. Papa & Rosalia went out had dinner there. Brought 13½ lbs. along @ 12½¢ -14¢, Rosalia went along around town with him, sold nearly all he had, along.

Tuesday, Dec. 19, 1933

It rained all nite & morning, we went to Belleville sold $7.00 meat, lard; exchange pork sausage for oranges, apples, pecans, from L. Dehn. We baked cookies, strung popcorn, made balls.

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