1939 Sept. 1st Friday
South wind Hot and was bright after a few clouds of early morning and clouded again in eve but mostly electrical-storm, very little wind, only at first of storm. I got meals, and washed all dishes, for Will washed the clothes and I rinsed them, and he put them on line and brought them in after we ate dinner for Narvin rode around cattle and he got back at noon and said that Mr. Wm Anderson, Father of Mrs. Wm Abbott, died suddenly in [the] night at his home at Winner last Tuesday, and is to be buried today at Winner, so we got ready, went to Winner, got there just as the services started at Lutheran Church along the street going into Winner. Will and Narvin went to [the] church, and I sat in car, and Will got to coughing so he came to car. Narvin went with Harry and Harley in their pick-up, and Will and I took Louise, Dorothy and Billie in our car. We went to the cemetery. Mrs. Anderson fainted so there was a delay in the funeral procession moving out of the church to [the] cars. After the funeral we stopped at Outlaw for awhile so Louise and I could visit. We had ice-cream cones. Will, Narvin and I [went] to sale pavilion before coming home.