Today is Emil Brand’s birthday. Bertille baked honey cookies this morning. This afternoon we all went up in the woods. I seen in the Waterloo Times that George Wiegand of Hecker Ills., has a new Plymouth Coupe. Hugo Schroeder of St. Louis was in a accident Tuesday evening a machine collided with him on the Hard Road by Coxeyvile. Leona baked some pinwheel cookies this afternoon for Christmas. Herman Geodelle & Ray Crook had a accident too Tuesday evening. The machines were both damaged & Crook had a cut in his hand. A baby girl was born to Mr. & Mrs. Nick Meuth on Dec. 2 & a baby girl was born to Mr. & Mrs. Hy. Brinkman sponsor were Mr. & Mrs. George Welzbacher. Its name is Sylveria[?] Elizabeth it was baptized in Waterloo Sunday. In Red Bud it is reported have 30 cases of scarlet fever & it also is spreading out in the country now, the way the paper says. The Co. commissions to 3 surveys for the hard road to Hecker & sent them up to Springfield. One was the old road & thru Lord’s Corner down to Athens, & one north, & another still further north, straight east from Waterloo.
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This morning they rang & then they tolled the bell for Mrs. Rausch died this morning early. The funeral will be Tues. afternoon at one o’clock. Today is also Grandpa’s [Brand] birthday. He would of been 92 years old. Mrs. Rausch was about 82 years at the time of her death. Uncle Fred, Aunt Mary, Henry & family were all here today for dinner. This afternoon we had a pinochle game. Uncle Fred & Papa were partners & Aunt Mary & Rosalia they won 2 games out of 3.
Today is Thanksgiving. Uncle Fred’s are going to butcher, they are getting 2 fat hogs from Walter Stahl for .9¢ delivered. Tonight is to be Box Supper in the Church Hall. We all went out to Uncle Fred’s today. We stayed for supper. Oscar Birkner’s family & Henry Brand were also helping. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up here this evening & then we all went to the Box Supper. There we danced first & then afterwards sold the boxes, there were 7 boxes to sell. They were sold as follows: Helen Braun, Rex Rapp, Verna Stiehl, Clarence Braun, Marie Truttman, Ray Braun, Angela Eichenseer, Fr. Grootens, Pearl Griffins, Victor Braun, Rosella Braun, Ben Schilling, Alvera Braun, Olivia Pour. The highest box brought $1.50, Rex Rapp’s bought it. The only ones that eat together were Angela & Fr. the rest all left for a Smithton dance.
Today is Frank Birkner’s & Grover Cleveland’s birthday’s. There is going to to be a dance at Frank Birkner’s, but we are not invited. Uncle Fred was asked to furnish the music. Bertille got the mail this evening. There were girls from Waterloo that took a trip to Europe. I seen in the paper that Anselm Hellmar have a little baby boy born last Monday. I seen that E.J. Brand from Birmingham, Alabama order his paper for another year, The Waterloo Times.
Today is Labor Day. Picnic at Red Bud, Smithton, Tiptown & Old time dance at Waterloo Court House Yard. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up about 3 o’clock and then we went down to Red Bud we were there a little while, then the fellow came with snakes & selling Cactus Oil & rattle snake oil. There were four fellows singing and one playing piano, Snitzelbank & Adam’s Rib. From there we watched the ladies or women saw wood on the stage. About 5:30 we all went to Tiptown picnic & dance. We were there a little while & the prizes were awarded. 1st prize Living Room Suite Mrs. Kate Brand from Red Bud, Ill. 2nd prize 9×12 rug A.L. Clifford Red Bud, Rt. 4 the same man what got the radio last year. 3rd prize wrist watch Herman Geoslling Waterloo, Ill. 4 rd. & fifth prize went to St. Louis & East St. Louis. The dancing began in the evening. Admission .25¢. Ludwigs accordion & guitar, mandolin, furnished music. Uncle Fred & Gregory Mcarthy played together. We left from there & went back to Red Bud and listened to the music a little while there. Rosalia was at church this morning.
Today is Ike Napier’s sale. We all went to Napier’s this afternoon. There was a large crowd there & things brought a pretty fair price. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary got an invitation to come back tonight again. So I guess they will go. We got an invitation to come to Wiegand’s on Aug. 12 & to Blackburns Aug. 13 & to Clevelands next Sat. night. Hurrah! for a good time. Mary May was buried this morning at Tipton Church and cemetery. We had a little rain this morning. We fixed a tire & tube. Ed Ming bought most of his stuff today from Ike. He got 2 horses & wagon, brooder house and many other articles. Today is Robinson’s Circus in Belleville. Emil Brand went up to see the parade. Bertille went and got the mail this evening, our paper come in the evening now.
Bertille went to church this morning. Feast of ‘Corpus Christie.’ Today is Odillo Eichenseer’s birthday. He is 18 years old. He is going to celebrate tomorrow night in Kammler’s Hall. Papa is digging post holes this morning. He is going to put up a straw shed for the horses. They have a big piece in the paper of Fr. Schlarman becoming Bishop. Today he has a big time for all the children. Bertille took 2 1/2 dozen eggs off. Eggs are .19¢ a dozen. Fr. Grootens wanted Papa to come and help on the new school today, but I told him he was too busy. He had to set posts for a straw shed. So then he called for Adam Brand but I don’t think he answered. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were there this evening. Uncle Fred helped Papa put the posts on. Papa went up town this evening. Albert Griffin a student at the University of Illinois graduated and can be anything he wants to in the case of law or anything else. Irene Reheis also graduated from Belleville High School.
Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary, Henry and family were here for dinner. After dinner Papa, Rosalia, and Bertille went out to Aunt Mary’s and had supper there. Today is Aunt Mary’s birthday. Those present in the evening were Christ Buehler and family, Oscar Birkner’s family, Adam Eckerts family, George Parker’s family, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Birkner, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Birkner, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Brand and family, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Birkner. The evening was spent in dancing and playing cards. Lemonade and cake were served. We came home at 11 o’clock.