Abra. Lincoln’s birthday, also Roy Stauenbiel, there is to be a dance there tonight. Rosalia is in bed all day, she has the measles the doctor said “he was here this evening & looked at her. He say’s she is over the worst because they are out now, but she has to stay in bed for 3 or 4 days yet. She had 103 ½ fever this eve. He say’s when you can see spots in the back of the throat, then it is measles. Papa went along with him to the house & got some cough medicine for her. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary was up this afternoon. Aunt Mary & Bertille went to the quilting, there were 4 there. Papa took 24 doz. eggs to the store and got 12¢ a doz. Tonight is Literary Meeting in the Public School House. Speakers are Dr. Bock. They also wanted A.C. Bollinger but he called out and said “on account of rain, he wasn’t coming.
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Tonight is a dance at Smithton, the Kentucky Mountaineers are giving a show there. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary were here for dinner today. They were cleaning at there place again. Ed Neff was here this morn. & got 2 bus. of potatoes from Uncle Fred’s. Aunt Mary & Bert. went to the quilting this afternoon, in the school hall. Deukers moved into John Kammlers house, Werner helped them move with his truck. We cut the chickens wings off this evening. Bertille took 8 doz. eggs to Eichenseer’s, got 14¢ a doz.
Rosalia went up to church this morn. Mr. Caldwell was here & from here he went to Waterloo. Papa & Uncle Fred went to Waterloo this afternoon. Aunt Mary, Rosalia, Mamie went to the quilting in the new school hall. There were 14 there. It is just like spring today, so warm. This evening we, & Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary went out to Henry’s. We had a six hand pinochle game, men against the ladies, the men won all 3 games. There was a picture of 4 generations in the Sunday paper, they were Mrs. Hy Geodelle, Mrs. Adam Matzenbacher, Frieda Grohman & her baby Arlene. There was also a picture of Lucy DeMint dancing [with] pupils. Blanche & Rose Mary Crowe is also in it.
Bertille baked cookies this morning. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up this morning, & then Papa went along with Uncle Fred to Waterloo to see a party there. They were here for dinner & supper. After dinner Uncle Fred & Papa went out to see Wm. Harbaugh, but he wasn’t at home. Then they went to see Jos. Braun & he wasn’t at home. So about 2 o’clock they called him up & then he was at home, so they went there & had a talk with him. Then they went into Waterloo again & then down to see Arma & John Braun. Henry & Leona went to Red Bud to the dentist this afternoon & left the kids here. Bertille got the mail this evening. Rosalia finished sewing aprons. Aunt Mary & Bertille started piecing the quilt together that we started. There was quilting this afternoon at the School Hall but none of us went there. Henry was by Christ Buehler’s today & brought a Red Rooster along for $1.00. The bank is now sealed shut since last Tuesday. Mr. Burkhardt of Red Bud has the book, bonds.
Papa went to church this morning & then he went down to see Jos. Braun a little while. We washed & ironed today, baked bread. This afternoon Mamie called up & wanted to know if any of us were going to the quilting in the School Hall. We didn’t know anything of it at all so Rosalia went up to Mamie’s & then they went. There is Trustee meeting over at Elmer Kammler’s this afternoon. This morning the ground was all covered with snow, but it is so warm today, that the snow is all most gone already. This evening Papa went down to the telephone meeting at George Kammler’s & Rosalia & Bertille went up to Mamie’s & played pinochle. Angela & Bertille were partners & Mamie & Rosalia, we played 2 games & each won one. Greg. McCarthy went to a show with Ralph Wiegand. Odillo went over to Ed. Neff’s & the 2 Schilling’s boys too, they had a game of pinochle there. At the telephone meeting they elected the old officers again, & the next meeting will be in April at our place.
It is raining again this morning. Chas. Rausch is getting buried this afternoon in the Old Hecker cemetery, rather Stehfest cemetery. Rosalia & Bertille started a quilt today a flat iron little patches. The rain stopped the people from sewing wheat now. Mrs. Peter Watchel had a sick spell again last night, but it wasn’t so bad. We found 33 eggs today.
Rosalia & Bertille went to church this morning. Aunt Mary was there too she came up with Oscar’s wife & Frank’s wife, Emma, then after church they & Emma Eckert, Lena Birkner, & Louise Birkner all went down to Christ Buehler’s to help quilt. We had chicken for dinner today. Talk is spread that George Lorberg is going to move in Henry Braun’s house in Hecker and he is going to attend to the farm at home, Mrs. Lorberg wanted to move downstairs, so I guess that is why they have to move. John Reagan is going to move in Mrs. Stauenbiel place in half the house. Papa furnished plowing this morning. Eggs are .24¢ at present. We sold 4 dozen last night. It is raining this afternoon. Bertille got the mail this evening. Papa went up to the bank this afternoon and then he went down to the Sorghum Mill. Steve Rennecker was fixing the machine they are going to start soon.
Aunt Mary & Bertille went to the quilting at Mrs. Eckerts this afternoon. Uncle Fred helped at the school this afternoon. We found 24 eggs.
Uncle Fred and Aunt Mary came up this morning. Rosalia made a dress. Aunt Mary and Rosalia went over to Meng’s to get a dress made for Rosalia. Aunt Mary had dinner with us. After dinner, Aunt Mary and Bertille went to the quilting at Mrs. Eckert’s. They now have 16 quilts finished. In the evening Uncle Fred came up and they both ate supper here. We found 29 eggs today. Bertille took 4 dozen eggs to the store, got .21¢ a dozen.
Today is Floyd’s birthday. He is one year old. Papa, Rosalia, Bertille & Aunt Mary went out there in the evening. Those present were: Mr. & Mrs. Gus Geodelle & Raymond, Mr. & Mrs. Dan Geodelle & family, Uncle Fred. Lemonade and cake were the refreshments served. Aunt Mary was at the quilting this afternoon. Floyd got his hair cut today. He got 2 pairs rompers and 2 pairs silk socks and 1 pair stockings for his birthday. Mr. Henry Schneider was here handing tickets around to vote for him as County Judge on April 8 primary election. We found 29 eggs. Aunt Mary had supper with us this evening. We were asked to come to Mrs. Joe Wachtels tonite to help to make paper flowers. They were going to make lilies. They made some sweet peas already.