1934, February 11, Sunday
Bright, beautiful until about 11 a.m. a west wind then changed to North, but was just a breeze and not cold for Harry, Louise, Fred, Harley and Dorthy Mae came in open car for a short visit and 4 turkey hens and Fred had his gun so shot a pigeon. I played solitaire, said my prayers, for mass was at 8:30 a.m. and I no go on account of my bum leg but I hope to walk soon so I can get there. Maggie made pumpkin-pie and got the meals and necessary work and she walked to where Jake was heading Assman cattle on Phillip Moore land and he brought her back horse-back in eve, just at dark. Will did the chores for Fritz is at Lattimores. Ben Clausen has a cold but came over and the men viewed hay-stack & Maggie took picture.