1934 March 26 Monday: Seat covers and lining came for the car that Will traded to Joe Clifford for horses
East wind, chilly, cloudy in morning, then clear rest of day. I went to Kitchen after writing to date all the accounts and helped fix meat for dinner and afternoon slept and played solitaire, and Sophie and I played rummy and solitaire together in p.m., and after supper Elmer, Sophie and I rummy. Will went out to chore in morning, laid in bed all day with a cold on his lungs and helped chore in eve. Elmer Chauncey came last eve to take Fritz’s place as he is at Lattimores for the night and is helping at Garage in day-time with his car. Bud Whiting brought mail and on to Pierce’s, on his return he took a note to Fritz at Garage and he came to let Will know if he can get Otto’s car, he would take him to Wood tomorrow. Elmer gave stock hay from the big-stack and after dinner helped Ben get in two loads fodder and back to chore in eve. Sophie did the work and swept upstairs and our room, also she helped me clean the gold fish and give them a salt bath and she made cottage-cheese and cooked prunes extra. The seat covers and lining came for the car that Will traded to Joe Clifford for horses. I wrote Mrs. Iner Sorensen a letter to return incubator as we will set.