in Misc. Diary Entry

April 19, 1934

1934 April 19th Thursday

Another strong N.W. wind and real dusty and chilly in wind but sun shone bright. I wrote letters in a.m. and Will and Elmer went to Chauncey’s after choring and gave stock hay to exchange battery on car and after dinner Will and I to Valentine and he paid the last of Legion Lumber bill on bowery floor for he got check Monday at Tom Sazama’s where Carl Anderson left it as he purchased 5 panels of the floor so that is that and real fine for not more worry on that bill, and he also paid grazing permit bond to Joe. H. May and I took an Osteopathic treatment of Dr. E. A. Wise and back to O. Ross’s where we got Will’s shoes and thimbles for chimney that he got at Winner today, home at dark and Ed Haisch here for night as he wants Will take 50 head of his cattle now for summer also a Chevrolet Salesman from Winner and Guy Bailey and another man to see if Will to take to pasture. Elmer got in a new-born calf from west of the field and did the necessary work in p.m. Sophie ironed clothes, all the other work and mopped kitchen floor and had supper ready.