September 14, 1923: Cold S. wind forenoon but strong warmer wind p.m., bright all day but cloudy in morn. We came through Naper, had dinner at Twin Buttes, through Butte where County Fair on, to Spencer at 6 p.m. and home in a hurry.
September 14, 1927, Wednesday: After a miserable night of a hot south wind, was a lovely day all day. Louise and I washed clothes, and they dried in a hurry, and I cooked grapes and made 1 gallon of jell in the evening. The men stacked hay after Ben and Lawrence cut and shocked Ben’s squaw corn. Will swept hay meanwhile. Henry around the stock. Mr. B. Wagner was here to see Will about cutting his hay.