We all went to Belleville this morning & sold $10.85 meat & $3.50 for 10 doz. eggs, we got .35¢ a doz. Papa went up town this afternoon. We cooked some beef soup for supper & invited Henry & family & Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary to come up, so they all were here for supper. We played six handed pinochle, ladies against the men, two games were played & each won one. It started snowing so they all left for home. Aunt Mary said this evening that Oscar Birkner’s boy Leo & girl Erma were both so sick with the Winter Fever.
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We all went to Belleville this morning & sold 16 doz. eggs for .35¢, $5.60. Papa went in the woods this afternoon & also stopped in at Henry’s & brought the thread in for her, what we brought along from Belleville. Rosalia is fixing up the doll & stuffed it. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came here this evening & then we all went up in the School Hall & there Oh! what a time, it was a dance. Isadore Helfrich went home & got his accordion & then Uncle Fred Roy Staufenbiel furnished music. There were a few outsiders there. Papa bought a cake. Uncle Fred got 2 cakes. The dance was over about 11 o’clock.
We send off a few Christmas Greeting today. This morning we went to Belleville with our meat & eggs. We bought some tree ornaments & also a few presents. This afternoon went up to see the Children’s Christmas Program. It was nice. Adm. 11¢ the whole family.
Papa, Rosalia, Bertille all went to Belleville to sell sausage again this morning, so we did pretty good today, we sold $6.30 eggs & had calls for many more, but we didn’t have any, only 18 dozs. We also came across Aunt Mary & Uncle Fred too, John Reheis’s, Louis Armstutz, Flossie Kammler, Alvera Jatho. We & Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary went to Rhein’s & Kamapp Piano Co. we bought a victrola from Rhein’s for $8.00 delivered to the house, 24 records, 2 package needles. Rosalia & Bertille are baking oatmeal cookies tonight. We met Tony Eichenseer & also Raymond Schumacher at Belleville today. Bertille was up town twice this evening to get the papers. The marriage licenses of Osborn Birkner & a girl from Belleville 16 years old were in the paper & also those who were present at the wedding supper. He is the son of Pete Birkner, he is 29 yrs. old & married a girl 16. Viola Steinheimer of Belleville. Hy. Rausch is ill at present.
We all went to Belleville today to sell some meat & eggs, we sold $8.30 meat & $9.10 for 26 doz. eggs & .35¢ a doz. We took our old route back again. Rosalia ran across John Kammler’s house in Belleville but they just butchered out at George Wagner’s last Saturday. Today is Edwin Eckert’s 2nd year birthday. It is raining. Rosalia isn’t feeling very well this evening. I seen in the Hecker news in the paper that “Bill Lehr” is reported to be very sick with double pneumonia. Our Ozark Trip by Frances Schilling was also in the paper.
Today is Church Holiday. We all went to first mass this morning & then came home & ate breakfast & dinner. Uncle Fred, Aunt Mary & Emil were all here, after that Oscar Birkner’s family came to get the wash stand. Emil was here to see about butchering. Henry & family went to Waterloo today. We all went in to Belleville, Aunt Mary took some eggs along in & sold 3 doz. for .35¢. We bought some toys for the kids Christmas presents. The Hecker people were all mostly presented in there. Ike Napiers moved today from the Knapp place to Ed. Meng’s again, Sensel & Pannebecker Blackburn moved him back, he was only up there about 3 months. Adam Eckert’s birthday is today.
It rained all day. Papa went up town this afternoon to get some medicine for our chickens, they have got the roup. This evening Rosalia & Bertille went up to Angela’s & had a pinochle game. Odillo & Rosalia were partners & Bertille & Angela, we won every game, 4 were played. I seen in the Waterloo Times that Mrs. Vincent Krack & daughters were visitors the weekend at Louisville Kentucky. They made the trip by motor. Miss Ethel May celebrated her 17th birthday on Thanksgiving day by having a turkey dinner for her friends. Guy Gregson & George Henkel lost a horse last week & the scavenger truck got them last Sunday. Eggs are .23¢ today.
We washed & hung it in the basement this morning. Papa went to Waterloo to get his watch & get the Whippet fixed. We fried down a quart of shoulder meat this morning. Today is Frances Schilling’s birthday, she is 24 years old. We took the screens off this afternoon. This evening Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary was here, they brought us a liver & blood sausage along up. Henry & Emil were also here. Henry sold his boar pig to Ed Meng it weighted 174 lbs. & at .9¢ a lb. Eggs are .33¢ at the store.
Bertille was at church this morning. Papa & Rosalia went to Belleville again today with the eggs. Last week they took Mrs. Owen Fahey & Mrs. Rose Crook to the hospital in Red Bud. Mrs. Fahey is to get operated on appendix & Mrs. Albert Crook has heart & kidney trouble. There was no funeral in the Hecker Catholic Church during 1930 church year. There was a man here at noon and wanted to sell some rugs & 3 fur coats, but you had to make your price on them, we didn’t take any it looked kind of suspicious, like it might of been stolen goods, the man was from California, and has intended to go to Canada & Montreal. There were 2 men in the car. Papa & Rosalia sold 18 doz. eggs for .40¢ a doz. to some customers in Belleville. Ed Meng was over a little while & took a look at our hogs. He wanted to know if Henry still had his for sale, so Bertille called out to Henry’s & found out. Papa went over to Meng’s & told him & also took his post hole digger back again. The paper says 20 above zero tonight.
Rosalia went to church this morning & then Papa & her went to Belleville with the eggs & turkey. Henry bought one of them pigs, what Papa brought along last Sat. for $4.00. It is snowing this morning. We heard this morn. that Albert Thompson had a little baby born dead, they tolled the bell yesterday morning, & it was buried Sunday. Eggs are .40-.38¢ a doz. We got .25¢ a lb. for our turkey in Belleville. We got some skimmed milk this afternoon for the pigs & the cat for .2¢ a gal.