Monday, Aug. 3, 1936

We washed, ironed; nice cool, put in clover hay. Jerome AuBuchon & girl of E. St. Louis, being married St. Patrick Church, in E. St. Louis this morning. Probst came looked at the Whip, the battery was dead, couldn’t get it started, got 1 of his in there now. Henry came & got limedust spreader. Louis Hofmeister of New Athens, have a baby girl from yesterday, all well. Clarence Hepp won the cedar chest at Smithon [sic] Sun. at homecoming.

Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1934

We cleaned upstairs; made spring chick dinner. The weather these days is very cool, rain all morning; had to make fire in the kitchen stove today; too cool without. The St. Patricks Church & congregation is having a pinic [sic] & chicken supper today, at present the weather is rather unfavorable for pinic [sic].

Friday, Feb. 9, 1934

It is most terrible cold this morning, they ain’t working in the woods; went this afternoon again. Seen in the paper that the Young People of Patrick’s Church of Tiptown will give a play “Antics in Andrew” Sun. evening & on Mon. eve, in Waterloo, Memorial Hall.

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