in Misc. Diary Entry

May 1, 1934

1934 May 1st Tuesday

Bright, but a terrific wind and dust-storm from the South & South west and it started to blow in the east this morning. Paul Meyers fixed the thimbles in the chimney also finished the Chimney tin and plastered around it and fixed Dormitory Window roof and then went to Oscar Ross’s in eve to do work there. J. H. Tate came this morning and took Will along to O’Kreek to Primary Election, Will ad Judge with Tom Whiting and Albert Havens and Guy Bailey and J. H. Tate, Clerks, and Tate brought Will back at 10 p.m. and Elmer & Narvin got in at 3 a.m., but Elmer did all the work in spite of no rest, only until getting up time. Narvin went home and Mose brought Mrs. Boyd and Eunice and Sophie went along to Rosebud to vote at Primaries and they were back before supper-time. I with Elmer’s and Paul’s help managed to get the work done to-day and I stirred cream from 4 to 7:30 p.m. before I got butter, on account of being so warm.