June 23, 1927, Thursday
Bright, real windy from the south and quite dusty. Ben and Will went out to fix hog-fence around the alfalfa but was so windy and dusty they came in at 11:30 and didn’t go out any more this day. Henry went around stock in a.m. and we all took nap early p.m. as Will and I started to store and got stuck in mud in Carr’s pasture [last night] and not home until mid-night and went to store this morning. Rena, Helen, Seth, Edward, Charlotte and Clarence came this a.m. on way to the store and brought us onions, radish and lettuce.
June 23, 1928, Saturday
Sun shone between real rain-showers, was warm and cold. Ben and Dave finished eliing and drilling oats. Will went around stock and in p.m. eve we slept. I kept chicks shut in coop yard and had to herd little ones under the porch at showers. I made bread yesterday but not much flour so only a little bread. I mopped Kitchen, and Will and I went to store in eve. Ben Fitch and Harry Davis here in wagon in eve. Louise, Nellie, Mary, Jeanette and Harriet came back with a load of stuff from St. Francis and for all the showers didn’t get wet.
June 23, 1929, Sunday
Sun shone beginning of day and eve and rained in day and was cold. Louise, Harriet and Jeanette went to the store and to C. Elshire got Wheelers’ freezer. Mr. Hugh Smith and Dave made ice-cream and branded Smith calves, for Ed, Mr. and Lee Sinclair came. Nellie and Mary made cake and Harry Furrey and Pete Davis [were] here.