1933 March 11th Saturday
Foggy but not cold and clear at noon and a beautiful moon-light night. I got meals and mopped floors and played solitaire as my feet hurt so I couldn’t stand on them much. The men chored and Harold Whiting came and said that Tom couldn’t get here in truck so Will took turkeys in wagon and Narvin and Wm drove Degan Steer up and Will and Tom to Winner and took Degan Steer to their place, managed by John Earl, got coal but no money in town and Hansen none. Wm & Narve hauled Ben a load [of] hay and fed our stock, came and shaved & chored and Drove Brochos.
1933 March 12th Sunday
Bright, lovely warm day but snow on ground and some clouds in late p.m. but nice before bed-time. The men chored and hooked up Ginger and Snip on wagon for Wm, Narvin and I went to church at 10:30 a.m. and brought back some coal that Will and Tom got at Winner last night for Will got in at 11 p.m. We came back at 3 o’clock from church. Ben here so we had dinner and Men worked with a heifer to have a calf. I got meals and read and played solitaire in p.m. Ralph Walton and a Mr. Norton of O’Kreek here this a.m.
1933 March 13th Monday
Bright, nice day. The men chored and Wm went to Moore Creek and fed horses hay and Will got cane at Ben’s and Wm and Narve hauled manure in p.m. and Will went with Loren Walton to Erban Brown’s and saw Wm Van Epps at Lewis Armbrusters about oats. He went horseback and back to chore. Loren Walton came with a load of corn and went to Brown’s. C. D. Brewer of west of store, whose address is Mission, came in a wagon to see about getting Red Cross help and working on road for R. F. C. Funds. Clarence and Fred Nelson and Mrs. Clarence Nelson came in wagon and horseback to get Rock Creek, the outlaw horse.
1933 March 14th Tuesday
Bright, nice day. The men chored and Will hauled a load of hay from hills and one from stack he got from Roy. Wm and Narve drove a broncho in p.m. and Roy went to Rock Creek store and said to get Ben at River so Narve did on horse-back and Ben, Wm and Narve drove Ben’s horse chub (?) to Moore Creek and got Ben’s harrow at Noah Wright’s place where a family by name of Long live and they took it home for him. I got meals and fried the rest of sausage and made jell and some cookies. Mr. Jamison came to see about road-work. Mr. Bert Roundy and Dell Furrey came for plow Mr Roundy bought at sale.
1933 March 15th Wednesday
Bright, nice day. The men chored and Wm and Narve drove brocho and went to Moore Creek in p.m. to feed horses hay. I got meals and not much else for Will and I went to O’Kreek last eve to Legion Meeting and home at 12:30 a.m., took Pat Karnes Family. I slept to-day for I am all in. Will went to Tripp Co. to see about oats & cattle, and he had dinner at George and Wm Chihak’s, also went to Clearfield, saw Earl Adrians, got Roosters at Mike Walters, belonging to his son and they are from Wm Welch flock. He came back at 8 p.m. and had supper alone for we ate.
1933 March 16th Thursday
Bright, nice day. The men chored and Wm and Narve went to Boyd’s, drove a broncho down there with Old Molly and took a Gobbler there and back at dark. Will got a load of hay at Roy’s and looked at a cow in field. Linferd Martin came to get Red Cross and R.F.C. help and Will and I went to Ross’s Rock Creek Store where he got groceries. Will first went with John Gall and sons Samuel and Daniel who came and got maintenance at Wheelers and groceries at store on R.F.C. funds. I went with Will also to Joe Strolls, Sydney Pitt’s and Tom Bergins, back to Wheelers where Will requested that Mr. Wheeler get a culvert at Rosebud on Erban Brown time.
1933 March 17th Friday
Misty, rainy day but towards [p.m./eve?] a little brighter in west. I got meals and not much else but slept in p.m. The men chored and Will got a load of cane in a.m. and took 2 roosters to Ben’s and in p.m. they all trimmed horses’ mane or feet. This is St Patrick’s Day.
1933 March 18th Saturday
Rainy in morning, then it sleeted for awhile, turned to snow and N.E. wind moved some snow. The men chored and Will and Narve got 2 loads hay at Roy’s and Wm got Ben on Horseback and took he and Mr. Wagner over in p.m. as Mr. Wagner walked here. I got meals and baked bread.