1934, January 24, Wednesday
Was snowing when we got up and continued until towards noon and N.W. wind moved what snow feel. Sun shone towards evening but was never any warmer than 10 above. I staid in front-room and worked at receipt-book and slept in p.m. Will went to chore in a.m. and then he and Fritz got in cattle by going out in the car and on to the store for mail. Thomas Whiting was operated on Monday night for a ruptured appendix and Tom and some of the family go up each day to Rosebud Hospital. Will has a headache so staid indoors this p.m. and eve so Fritz chored and made a trough to feed chickens mash in p.m. Maggie got sausage ready to can. Will brought it in and helped cut it in eve. She also did all the necessary work and got the meals and clothes ready to iron and baked bread.