in Misc. Diary Entry

January 12, 1934

1934, January 12, Friday

Cloudy, cold, thermometer registered 26 above at 11 a.m. and continued cold all day, and a little snow fell. I wrote letters and read the mail, for Fritz had a swollen wrist so went to Lattimores to get his liniment and stopped at store for groceries and mail and came back for dinner. He chored and gave calves water, and I made a pin-cushion cover after I got up from a long sleep in p.m. Maggie got meals and all the other necessary work and cleaned a lot of fruit jars in p.m. Will took a lunch and got Ben Clausen and Harry Furrey and they went to Jelo (Yellow) Big Tail’s place, north-east of O’Kreek on Oak Creek and 60 or more poles, they took a lunch and Will came in when Fritz was choring in eve, and he and Ben also went to Tracy Snyder’s looking for one of our cows.