1934 April 15th Sunday
Bright but N.W. wind was strong and dusty at times. Elmer got in late from dance but chored with Will’s help but Will can’t mail yet on account of cut finger, they went to Tracy Snyders to see if Will is to pasture his cattle, then to Harry and Louise’s and Dorthy Mae was scalded by pulling tea-kettle on her feet, so Harry came over in p.m. and got necessaries for her burns such as Sweet Oil, Unguentine, Gauze and Absorbent Cotton, as there was none at O’Kreek to-day and Dorthy is in a serious condition so must be kept at home for cure of burns. Elmer went to practice ball at H.T. in p.m. and back to chore in eve. and staid for the night at home although Sunday evening. Ben Clausen here to-day and visited with Will and I in p.m. I baked raisin pie in a.m., played solitaire in p.m. started to rest and Harry came so I got up. Sophie did all the work.