Mr. Caldwell from Burksville was here this morning for a short while. This afternoon we all went out to Henry’s to saw wood. Robert Laut, John Henkel, Emil were all helping. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Kelley are rejoicing over a new born baby girl last week. Leo McCarthy captured a fox last week & Greg McCarthy had a spelling contest in school last Sat. Robert Heyl was winner, he won 99 words out of 100, he missed the word alien. Mrs. Seibert of Smithton died and will be buried Sun. afternoon at Smithton. We put our Christmas bells on the window this evening. Hy. Armstutz store clerk at Gambach’s retired & is going out butchering now for the people & Ralph Rausch has filled the vacancy.
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Rosalia & Bertille washed, ironed, patched, baked pie this morning. Papa went up in the woods to get a load of gravel for our road, but he got stuck in the branch & he called for Rosalia to come up with the chevrolet & bring along the ax and the chain along. Bertille made a chicken for dinner, we had soup. Today is Melissa Wiegand’s birthday. We all went there this evening. There sure was a crowd there, lemonade, cake were the refreshments. They had a cake baked with 23 candles on. It is also Mrs. Ben Heyl’s birthday. Clevelands were there until about 10 o’clock then them & Heyls came to Wiegands. Nick Mueth furnished music, but his music broke so Gus Blackburn got his. Uncle Fred brought Aunt Mary up this afternoon & he went back home again. Aunt Mary was here for supper. I have seen in the paper that Dr. Eckert was fined $5 & costs for disturbing the peace, about his father. He is to have a trial today. It looks awful cloudy.
Today is Peter Melhauser’s sale by Burksville, Ill. Papa thought he was going. Today is also Clarence Pabsts birthday. The way they say there is a bunch going to surprise him tonight. Uncle Fred helped at the school today and Aunt Mary was here all day. Uncle Fred came down here for dinner then afterwards Papa went along up & worked at the school too all afternoon. We went out to Henry’s this morning. Rosalia & Bertille got a hair cut. We took some plums along too for jelly. This evening Wm. C. Heyl came & wanted his money for lime dust. Papa paid him $117.65 by check. Mamie & Clarence Eichenseer was down a little while this evening. Mamie said there was a big bunch went down to Clarence Pabst birthday. He is 22 years old today.
Papa and Rosalia went to Waterloo with a load of wheat. Wheat is .75¢ a bu. Bertille stayed at home and cleaned house, baked bread, cake and peach pie. I saw in the Waterloo Times today that Albert Heyl’s have a little boy. Miss Hilda Fritz resigned from Rex’s confectionary & is working at the knitting mill & Miss Edna Geodelle is working at Rex’s now. Archie Weihl got married last Thurs. July 10 in Chicago to Miss Helene L. Swanson. They will return to Waterloo on July 28 to make their home with the groom’s parents, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Weihl of Waterloo.
Today is Josie Gregson’s birthday. She will be 50 years old. Rosalia & Bertille washed today. There was an inquest at Smithton yesterday afternoon for George Heyl. They pronounced it accident. There was a dance at Gregson’s this evening. Some people from their corner were there. Blackburn and the other bunch were at Sensel’s, there was a dance and birthday there too. We didn’t have no invitation for either one, so we stayed at home. Eggs are only .19¢. Wheat $1.00.
Today is Uncle Adam’s birthday. He is going to be 81 years old. It is raining again a little this morning. Rosalia went out to Uncle Fred’s this morning and brought Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary along back with her. They were here for dinner & two lunches. Henry & family were all here too for dinner and two lunches. Papa, Uncle Fred, Henry, dug up the sewer this morning. It was blocked up but it didn’t come through yet, so they will have to work another day if they didn’t get finished today. Mr. Hill was over a little while. Rosalia took 4 doz. eggs to the store & got .19¢ a dozen.
Mr. George Heyl got killed this afternoon. The way we heard Mr. George Heyl had been to the stockyards and when he was coming home he got killed between Smithton and Hecker in that creek bottom by Grohman’s. He ran out of gas and went to the neighbor’s house to get some, when coming back a machine struck him and killed him. There is so many tales out, that you don’t know which was the right. Henry Gambach found him laying on the road when he came back from St. Louis.
Mr. George Heyl was here this morning. He is accessor in the upper poll. Bertille took 3 dozen eggs to the store, got .22¢ a dozen. They were going to start to tear down the old school house today and get ready for the new one at St. Augustine’s parish. The children now have school in the church until noon. Mamie Eichenseer came down this afternoon and we made all kinds of paper flowers. There was a man came here to get some money for a donation for the priests. But we told him that our priest wanted to build a new school house now. We found 25 eggs.