Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1923-1925

Title

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1923-1925

Creator

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer

Source

Courtesy of Archival and Special Collections, University of Guelph

Language

English

Coverage

20th Century, Waterloo North County, Woolwich Township, Ontario

Date Created

1923-1925

Is Part Of

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

{Front Cover}

MEMORANDUM

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{Notes on First Page}

$350.00
   cash

From Charles Holland

Dec,25,1922.

From Charles Holland

  to the Maurer's
       Xmas,1922.


From Charles Holland

 to the Maurer's
    Xmas,1922.

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January 1923.

1. Mon{written in margin}{Mon. under the 1.) New Year's Day. Cold & windy. Walter went down to Woelfle's and got Polly shod and went to Floradale to vote. Joe Woods is the new Rieve and A.Lorch, Qt. Eix and, B.Letson are the councillors. Ella and Vernon walked up to Lincoln Weaver's today and had roast duck for dinner.


2:{written in margin} Tuesday. Fair. Started to snow tonight. Ella did her washing. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Joe. Bender's today. Blanchi King visited us this afternoon.


3. {Written in margin}Wednesday. Walter butchered a pig for Geo.Snider's at Enoch Snider's. Stormy day.

January 1923.

4. Thursday.

  Cold and cloudy. Walter 
  Shipped hog from Elmira
  Today. Callers were -
  Wilkie Campbell, Dave
  Batt & Arnie Snider.

5. Friday

  Cloudy and raw. Walter
  butchered a pig here for 
  Wilkie Campbell. Callers-
  Ezra Mawrer, Clayton Fleet
  and eum Stewart.

6. Saturday.

  Very cold. Walter cleaned
  out his stables today
  and left at 4 p.m and
  called at Geo. Snider's
  Addison Reist's and Line 

Weaver's. His callers

  were- Wilkie Campbell
  and Bob & Ben Campbell.

January 1923.

7. Sunday.

  Very cold and stormy
  Walter went to Woolwich
  church & Sunday school  
  this morning.

8. Monday.

  Cloudy and mild. Ella
  did her washing. Walter
  spent the day in Elmira
  Mr. & Mrs. Art. Cragg and
  Mr. Sherwood of Fergus  
  were here for dinner and
  supper.

9. Tuesday.

  Snowing all day. Walter
  up to Goldstone this 
  morning. His callers
  were- Elmo King, Israel Musselman and Ben 
  Stickney. He hold a sow to Alf. Stickney for $50. 00

January 1923.

10. Wednesday.

   Cold. Snowflurries.
   Walter did his stable
   work and called at 
   Jno. Stangey's this morning. This afternoon he 
   went to the King boys' sale. Jim Josie was his caller also Clarence Farmeot.

11. Thursday.

   Snowing and storming
   Walter shipped hogs at
   Elmina today and got 
   home at 6 p.m. Good for
   Walter!

12. Friday.

   Cold. Snowing & storming
   Walter was gallivanting
   around all day. Herb
   Mewhinney and two fish
   pedlars from Simcoe were 
   here for dinner. Other
   callers- Norman King. Elmo
   King & Clayton Fleet.

January 1923.

13. Saturday.

Ideal winter day. Clear and cold. Walter butchered a pig for us today. New callers were - and Ed. Bolender, A. Henderson and Homer. Howard & Artthew Hoffer. Walter & Vernon went to Henderson's tonight to get the bread.

14. Sunday.

Snowing & storming. Drizzly this afternoon. Mr. & Mrs. Sim Weaver were here for dinner & Walter & Sim went to church this afternoon.

15. Monday.

Snowing & storming. Walter's callers were- Norman Snider & Israel Musselman Father Krauter came here before supper. Elmo King was here for tea.

January 1923.

10. Wednesday.

Cold. Snowflurries. Walter did his stable work and called at Guo. Stangey's this morn- ing. This afternoon he went to the King boy's sale. Jim Hosie was his caller also Clarence Farneomh.

11.Thursday.

Snowing and storming Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today and got home at 6 p.m. good for Walter!

12.Friday.

Cold.Snowing & Storming Walter was gallivanting around all day. Herb Mewhinney and two fish peddlers from Simcoe were here for dinner. Other callers- Norman King. Elmo King & Clayton Fleet.

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January 1923.

13. Saturday

   Ideal winter day. Clear
   and cold. Walter butchered
   a pig for us today. New 
   callers were - and Ed. Bolender,
   A. Henderson and Homer.
   Howard & Artthew Hoffer.
   Walter & {illegible} went to
   Henderson's tonight to
   get the bread.

14. Sunday.

   Snowing & storming
   drizzly this afternoon.
   Mr. & Mrs. Sim Weaver 
   were here for dinner &
   Walter & Sim went to 
   church this afternoon.

15. Monday.

   Snowing & storming. Walter's
   callers were- Norman
   Snider & {Illegible}
   {Illegible} came here
   before supper. Elmo King
   was here for tea.

January 1923

16.Tuesday

Cold & stormy. Walter butchered a cow this forenoon. Israel Musselman was here for dinner. Walter & Grandpa went to Oscar Milleis sale this afternoon. Callers were Ben Stickney & Emanuel Baumen.

17.Wednesday.

Very cold. 15 below zero this morning. Ella did her washing. Walter killed a baby beef this afternoon. Grandpa walked up to Lincoln's This morning and came back here before supper. callers were - El Stickney, Wm Stewart, Louis & Charlie miller, Orville Shantz, Elmo King and Clayton Fleet.

Janaury 1923.

18.Thursday

Mild. Walter shipped pigs from Elmira today (only he did not happen to get away) Grandpa Krauter went home today. Willard Weaver arrived here today to stay while his mother is in Kitchener. Joe {illegible - ...gerich} was here and bought 2 calves from Walter

19. Friday.

Fair and cold. Snow flurries. Walter killed a pig at Koepke's today. Callers were- Lincoln Weaver & Alonzo Miller.

20. Saturday.

Dreary. Rain this afternoon Emerson & Addie were here for dinner. Walter took a load of chopping to floradale Willard went home with him. Callers- Louis Miller

January 1923.

21. Sunday.

Cold and windy. We went to Woolwich church and S.S. this morning and to Ezra Maurer's for dinner and supper.

22. Monday.

Cold. Snowflurries. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Louis Miller's. Emerson and Addie were here for dinner. Solomon Gingrich and Son were our callers.

23.Tuesday.

Ideal winter day. Walter butchered 3 pigs at Harvey Schmidt's. Charlie Miller was our caller.

24.Wednesay.

Mild. Snowed all day. Walter spent the day at home Noah Kraemer invited him this morning.

January 1923.

25 Thursday.

Fair. Walter shipped hogs from Elmira today Ella went with him and they had their dinner at Art. Klinck's and got home around 5.p.m.

26.Friday

Dull, cloudy day. Walter was home all day and had not one caller.

27.Saturday.

Cold & windy. Walter called at king's this morning and at Karn's this afternoon. Israel Weber was here this a.m.

28.Sunday.

Cold. Snow flurries. We went to woolwich church and went to see Jim Weaver who was operated on for {illegible} last Tuesday {Illegible} Weber died today.

January 1923

29. Monday.

Clear and cold. Snowflurries this morning. Walter butchered a steer for Mr. Dobberthein today. Mrs. Engeller died at Heidelberg. Walter's callers- Mr. & Mrs. Dobberthein, Charlie Miller, Edmund Schwindt, Elmo King and Clayton Fleet.

30.Tuesday. Lovely cold day.

we butchered 2 pigs for Walter's father today and he and Ezra and Bert were here.

31. Wednesday.

Mild and dreary. Ezra & Wesley Miller were cutting wood and were here for dinner. Other callers- Mr & Mrs. Ezra Maurer, Kennedy Brothers, & Mr. Hagedome

Febraury, 1923

1.Thursday.

Mild & drizzly. Walter Shipped hogo from Elmina today. Wesley & Ezra were cutting wood and were here for dinner.

2.Friday.

Fair. Candlemas Day. the beaver saw his shadow today so that means six more weeks of winter. Ezra & Wesley were cutting wood all day and Frank Simcoe was drawing manure this forenoon and were all here for dinner

3.Saturday.

eery stormy and cold. Walter spent the day at home and had no callers.

February 1923

4.Sunday

very cold and stormy. Vernon has a bad cold. Walter called at Lincoln's and Sim. Weaver's this afternoon and had his supper at Sim's.

5.Monday.

very cold and clear. Ellas birthday. She is 32 years old. She did her washing today. walter took a load of chop- ping to floradle this afternoon. Frank Simons was hauling manure this afternoon and was here for supper. Charles Holland came up here before dinner and was here for the night.

February, 1923.

Tues.

6.Cold. Raw east wind

blowing. Walter butchered 2 pigs at E.Belle's today. Frank was drawing manure this forenoon. Charlie left for home this afternoon. Emerson came up here this evening and stayed for the night

7.Wednesday.

Cold and rather stormy Walter & Emerson went to {illegible} this morning and Emerson rented Temple's farm. This afternoon they went to Moses Gingerich's sale and Emerson left for home after supper. Elmo King spent the evening here.

February 1923.

8.Thursday

Raw and Cloudy. Walter Shipped hogs from Elmira Today. Our caller was Howard Hoffer.

9. Friday

Cold. Snowed all day. Walter called at King's had his dinner there and went to the sale with them. Emerson was at Clayton Stewart's sale too. and came here for the night.

10.Saturday

Clear & Cold. We butchered a pig for Louis Doerfler Today. Emerson went home This afternoon. Wesley & Ezra were cutting wood. Callers - Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Dobberthein, Wm. Stewart Mr. Smith & Clayton fleet.

February 1923

11.Sunday

Cold & Stormy. Maurer's spent the day very quietly at home.

12.Monday

Cold east wind. Stormy. Walter went to Elmira fair today.

13.Tuesday.

Fair and milder. Walter was chopping this afternoon. Emerson came up here for dinner and went to Lincoln's this afternoon. Callers -Elmo King and Blanche King.

14.Wednesday.

Worst storm of the season Walter butchered two pigs at Addison Reist's Today.

15.Thursday

Cold and stormy. Emerson came here this morning. Callers - A.Reist, Lincoln Weaver Wm.Stewart, Mr.Smith

February, 1923.

16. Friday.

Cold and stormy. Lincoln Weaver and family were here all day and we butchered a pig for them. Elmo King was here for supper.

17. Saturday

Very cold and clear. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this afternoon. Callers- Lincoln Weaver, Enoch & Irvine Snider.

18.Sunday

Very cold. Snowflurries Walter went to Woolwich church & School this morning. Aubrey Lawson and Elmo King were here for supper.

February 1923.

19.Monday.

clear and cold. Walter was {illegible} around on the road. both this morn- ing and afternoon and accomplished nothing. Ezra & Bert were here this afternoon.

20.Tuesday

Fair and milder. Walter butchered 3 pigs at Edmund Schwindt's.

21. Wednesday.

Snowed all day. Walter got his chop at Floradale this morning and Emerson's {illegible} at Clayton Stwearts this afternoon. Ezra & Wesley Miller were here for dinner also {illegible} & Ezra {illegible}. Emerson came here for supper and the night. Annie Snider was here this afternoon.

February, 1923

22. Thursday

Snowing & storming Walter shipped hogo at Elmina today. Wesley & Ezra miller and Emerson were here for dinner.

23.Friday.

Clear and very cold. Walter took {illegible} to School and called at Kings. Noah Miller called on him this afternoon.

24.Saturday

Cold & stormy. Walter & {illegible} called at Addison's {illegible} and Lincoln Weaver's this afternoon.

25.Sunday.

Beautiful day. We went to Woolwich church & S.School this afternoon. {Illegible} preached a temperance sermon.

February, 1923.

26.Monday

{Illegible}, mild day, Ella did her washing. Walter took Vernon to school and called at Will King's. {Illegible} {illegible} called on him.

27.Tuesday.

Fine, clear day. Emerson's moved up to temple's farm today. walter went up and {illegible} the fire this morn- ing and Ella helped there too.

28.Wednesday

Fine and clear. Emerson got his cattle here this morning and he & Walter went to {illegible} this after noon. Ella spent the after noon at Snider's. Mrs. Snider is sick in bed.

March, 1923

1.Thursday

mild and dreary. Walter shipped pigs at Elmina today and brought a load {illegible} up for Emerson. Callers - Geo Snider & Ed Bolender.

2.Friday.

Beautiful spring like day. We butchered a pig for {illegible} today. Emerson Krawter, Lincoln Weaver and {Illegible}. Wagner helped Callers were - Mr. Kello, and Noah Shumaker.

3.Saturday

mild and misty. Walter was at home all day. {illegible} Shoemakers called on hime. Mr & Mrs Charleo & Holland came by here tonight before supper.

March, 1923

4.Sunday.

Rained this morning. {illegible} colder {Illegible} evening and got very windy. Charlie was here all day.

5.Monday.

Cold. Snowflurries Charlie left for home this forenoon. Walter butcehred 2 pigs at {illegible}. Shant's today.

6.Tuesday

Cold. Nasty east wind. Started to storm this afternoon. Walter went down to {illegible} this after- noon

7.Wednesday.

Cold and Stormy. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Enoch Snider's today. Elmo King was here to- night.

8.Thursday

Fair. Snowflurries Walter shipped pigs at Elmina today.

9.Friday.

cold east wind blowing we butchered a big pig for {illegible}today Wesley Miller helped until noon.

10.Saturday

Cold and windy Walter & Emerson went down to {illegible} this afternoon. Vernon spent the afternoon in {illegible}.

11.Sunday

Fine day. We went to Woolwich church & S. School this afternoon. Lincoln's called in after church and Ezra & Bert were here for tea and the evening.

March, 1923.

12.Monday.

Nasty day. Rain, snow and sleet. Walter & Emerson went to Elmina Monthly fair today.

13.Tuesday

Fair and very cold. Walter & Emerson went to Al.Dobberthein's pale and Addie & {illegible} spent the afternoon with Ella and they were all here for supper.

14.Wednesday.

Very cold & Windy. snowflurries. Walter trimmed a load of {illegible} and took them to Alma and trimmed some more when he got back. George {illegbile} was hacking a {illegible} here all day. Annie & {illegible} spent the afternoon here.

March 1923

15.Thursday.

Cold and windy. Walter shipped pigs at Elmina today. George {illegible} was drawing {illegible} all day.

16.Friday.

Snowing and storming Norman King was here for dinner. Walter went down to {Illegible} shop this afternoon.

17.Saturday.

Clear, cold & windy. Walter took a load of chopping to Elmina this afternoon. Vernon spent the afternoon in {Illegible} with Norwey & {Illegible}.

March 1923.

18.Sunday.

Lovely spring-like day. Walter & Vernon went to Woolwich church & S.School this morning and had the follow- wing company- Mr.&Mrs. JacobSpies. Mr.&Mrs. Hawey Schmidt, Rhoda and Gladys, Mr.& Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Willard Mildred and Doris.

19.Monday

Desperatle cold & windy Mr.& Mrs. Sein Weaver helped to paper the kitchen today & were here for dinner. Joe Shumaker called on Walt.

20.Tuesday.

Cold & stormy. Ezra Mawrer moved over to Floradale and Walter helped. Callers - Geo Bender, Geo Snider & {Alf Shanty?}.

March, 1923

21.Wednesday

Beginning of spring Fair and milder. Walter took 2 load of turnips and Becky the fat heifer to Alma today turnips were 20 cts. a {illegible}

22.Thursday.

Dreary & drizzly. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today. Mrs. Sein Weaver came down here and we papered the bedroom this afternoon. Wellington Jackson & Chas Matthews called on Walt. and bought 2 hogs from him.

23.friday.

Cloudy and colder. Walter butchered 2 pigs at {Alie Horst's?} today. Addie and Marie spent the day with Ella, & Emerson went to Heidelberg.

March, 1923.

24.Saturday.

Cold and stormy. Walter went to Alma this afternoon. His callers were- Geo & Enoch Snider and {illegible} Shoemaker.

25.Sunday.

Cold. Snowing & Storming We were at Emerson Krauter's for dinner today Lincoln's were there too

26.Monday.

Lovely. Clear cold day. Ella did her washing. Walter butchered 2 pigs for Mr. Archibald & Mr. Davidson. Mrs. Enoch Snider & Eva spent the afternoon here and stayed for tea. We moved up here five years ago today. It was below zero this morning.

March, 1923.

27.Tuesday.

Snowing & storming. fierce blizzard blowing. Emerson Krauter spent the after- noon with us

28.Wednesday.

Colder than yesterday Storming worse than ever Vernon spent the day in bed with a bad cold.

29.Thursday.

Snowing and storming Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today.

30.Friday

Snowing and storming Walter went to Alma this morning and brought Phoebe the new cow and went up the afternoon for Mr.Adam's pig Clarke Sobye was here for dinner {& cher?} callers- {I ruin &?}{illegible} and Mr.Peters

March 19223.

31.Saturday

Very cold and windy Ella spent the day in bed and Vernon got up again this afternoon Emerson was here and he and Walter took the two Tamworth hogs up to Wallenstein

April 1923

1. Sunday

Clear and fine Very quiet Easter Sunday for Mawrer's. Ella & Vernon both got up this morning but don't feel very strong. Walter went to Woolwich church and Sunday school this morning.

April, 1923

2.Monday.

Dreary and mild. Emerson & Walter went to Christ, Clement's pale at floradale. this afternoon Addie & Marie spent the afternoon here and they were all here for tea.

3.Tuesdday

Drizzly and mild. Emerson was here for dinner and he and Walter went to Christ's pale this afternoon

4.Wednesday

Dreary & mild Walter killed a pig for Mr. Adams. Emerson, Addie & Marie were here all day and Ezra&Bert were here for dinner. Other callers- Elmo King Jake King, Norman King and Andrew Henderson.

April, 1923.

5.Thursday

Rained all day. Turned colder towards evening and snowed. Walter shipped hogs at Elimina today.

6.Friday.

Lovely, clear day. Walter helped to cut wood at Emerson's this afternoon. Mr.& Mrs.Lincoln Weaver and family visited Ella this afternoon. Saw some cedar waxwing and robin today. Callers- Emerson Stauge Norman Miller.

7.Saturday

Dreary and dull. Walter butchered a pig for Andrew Groffo here today also made Adams' summer {college"} Emerson were here all day.


The meadow larks are singing. {written in margin}

April, 1923

8.Sunday

Snowing&Storming Mawrer spent the day very quietly at home.

9.Monday

Fair. Cold wind blowing Walter went to Elmina Fair this morning and Grandma Krauter came up with him.

10.Tuesday

Cold. Snowflurries. Walter butchered a pig at Homesby today. Emerson was here and Grandma went up there for the night.

11.Wednesday. Rained

Emerson Addie, Marie and Grandma came down here this morning. Lincoln Edna, Mildred & Davie were here for supper too The mew went to geo. Wagner's sale

April, 1923

12. Thursday.

Clear. Cold wind blowing Walter shipped hogoat Elmina today and Grandma went home today.

13. Friday

Cold&windy. Walter & Emerson went to Walter Ritten's pale and Addie & Marie spent the after- noon with Ella and they all stayed for tea.

14. Saturday.

Cold and windy Walter took a load of chopping over to floradale this after- noon. Vernon spent the afternoon in Reists' bush.

April 1923.

15.Sunday.

Dreary&drizzly this morning. {illegible} {illegible}, hail and snow this afternoon. Walter and Vernon went to Woolwich church this morning.

16.Monday.

Cold. Snowing Walter visited the follow ing place this afternoon {illegible}, {illegible}

17.Tuesday.

Cold. A few snowflurries& Walter visisted at Snider's and King's this afternoon Annie Snider was here this afternoon.

18.Wednesday.

Fair. Walter&Mr.King put in some of the maple flooring in the kitchen today Mr.Adams was here tonight

19.Thursday

Fair spring-like day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today. Thunderstorm & rain tonight.

20. Friday

Very warm Heard the frogs for the first time this spring Walter & Mr. King put in the rest of the flooring Ella saw a butterfly today Callers were- Emerson Krauter & M.King

21.Saturday

Very warm. Started to rain tonight. Walter took off the storm wwindows and storm door today. Vernon spent the afternoon in King's bush.

April, 1923.

22.Sunday

Cool and drizzly Walter & Vernon went to Woolwich church & S.S. Mr.{Illegible} was away to conference so Mr.Adams preached. Mr.&Mrs. Louis Miller were here for tea.

23.Monday.

Clear Cold wind blowing Ella did her washing Emerson, Addie & Marie spent the afternoon here Mr.Cragg & Julia were here for tea. Other callers Jim {illegible}, Willie Woelfle and Norman King.

tues24.

Clear and fine. Cold month wind blowing. Ella cleaned the upstairs today Walter sowed about five bushels of barley

April, 1923.

24.Tuesday

in the field beside the {illegible} shed. Callers were- Howard Hoffer, Morely Bolender, {illegible} Stewart,{illegible} Stickney, Bob & Ben Campbell, Emerson Krauter and Lincoln Weaver.

25. Wednesday

Clear and windy Wendel Reist was here and helped Walter clean some seed grain Walter sowed some move barley. Callers- Norman King, Geo & {illegible} Bender & Geo Snider, Emerson, Addie & Marrie

26.Thursday

Fine day. Walter spent the day in Elmina. Ella cleaned the yard washed off the windows & varnished the {linolium?}

April, 1923.

27.Friday.

Fine and warm. Walter was sowing oats today. Ella ironed the curtains, etc. and straightened up the parlor and dining room. Eva Snider was our caller.

28.Saturday.

Fine day. Rain this noon Walter was sowing today. Emerson was here this morning and they cleaned some seed grain for him. Vernon was at Emerson's for dinner. The horse ran away with the cultivator tonight and smashed the tongue. Ella sowed some sweet peas. zinnias and lettuce today.

April, 1923.

29.Sunday.

Dreary and cold. Vermon& Walter went to Woolwich S.S & church this morning and we were at Otto Miller's for dinner and the afternoon.

30.Monday.

Cold, windy & drizzly Walter went to Jake Spies this morning and got a new tounge for the cultivator. He fixed it and was sowing grain this afternoon. Dan Hovet and three children were here tonight and got some apples.

May, 1923.

1.Tuesday.

Fine day. Ella did her washing. Walter went to Elmina this morning and was sowing this afternoon. Emerson got his seed grain today.

2.Wednesday.

Fine day. Ella dug a piece of the garden and planted onions, beets, carrots portulaca & california poppies. Walter was harrowing all day.

3.Thursday

Fine day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today. Vernon went down with him and they got back by noon. Walter was sowing oats this afternoon. Ella was digging and planted peas,lettuce & flower seeds.

May, 1923.

4.Fine day. Friday

Ella dug a piece in the garden and planted some more flower seeds. Vernon planted his peanuts. Walter was sowing grain all day. Eva Snider and Max Beramaw were here for dinner. Mrs. Louis Miller and Charlie invited us after supper.

5.Saturday.

Cool and windy Ella dug the flower bed and sowed more flower seed. Walter was sowing grain all day. Vernon called at Snider's, King's and Reist's today also went to Floradale with Harvey and Lorne.

May,1923.

6.Sunday.

Beautiful day. We took Lincoln's along and spent the day at grandpa Krauter's.

7. Fine and warm. Mon.

Walter finished seeding today. Ella did her washing also boiled soap this afternoon and planted the dahlias.

8. Tuesday.

cloudy & drizzly Walter was harrowing this forenoon and sowed sweet clover seed this afternoon. His father came up and helped him this afternoon. Ella was boiling soap this afternoon.

May, 1923.

9.Wednesday.

Looks like winter. snowed all day. Walter was shopping today. New callers were- Emerson Krauter, Geo. Strange, Wm.{illegible}

10.Thursday.

Snowed and stormed all last night. Cold and windy today. Walter spent the day in Elmina. Cakkers- Geo.Woelfle& S.Krauter

11.Friday

Dreary and somewhat warmer. Walter took a load of chopping to floradale and stayed all day.

May, 1923

12.Saturday.

Dreary. drizzly & cold. We delivered today that the waste water is running into the cistern so we pumped out all the water & cleaned it out. Addison Resit came over and he & Walter fixed up the drain. Addison Harvey & Lorne were here for tea.

13.Sunday.

Cold & windy Walter & Vernonwent to church this morning Grandpa & Grandma Mawrer were here dinner & supper.

May, 1923

14.Monday.

Clear and windy Ella did her washing. Mr. Addison Reist & Walter were working at the drain and the pump today.

15.Tuesday.

Rained hard all morning Much warmer today. Walter spent the afternoon at Woelfle's and Louis Miller's.

16.Wednesday.

Hard showers all day. Walter spent the morn- ing at Norman King's Jake Frey was here for dinner & supper and the night Elmo King called after supper.

May, 1923.

17.Thursday

miserable weather Snowing & Storming. Walter shipped hogo at Elmina today. the weather was nasty so Jake Frey stayed all day and for the night. Walter & Noah Miller went to Alma tonight.

18.Friday

Lovely day. Jake Frey left this morning after breakfast. Walter was spreading manure today.

19.Saturday

Lovely day. Walter helped Addison Resit all day. Callers- Geo. {illegible} Albert Krauter & {illegible}. {Illegible}.

May, 1923.

20. Sunday.

Thunderstorms&rain all day. Mr.&Mrs.Enoch Snider were here for tea.

21 Monday.

Cloudy & cool all morning fine this afternoon Ella did her washing Walter worked groomed the barn and had the following callers- Elmo King, Theo Geizel Ausley Laukin, Norman {illegible} Roy {illegible}

22.Tuesday

Fine day. Sroine Hoffer was here for dinner Walter finished spread- ing the manure today

May, 1923

23. Wednesday.

Fine day. Walter was making feuce today (and talk- ing with the neighbors.)

24.Thursday

Beautiful day. Walter shipped hogo at Elmina Vermon went fishing this afternoon. Mr.&Mrs. Charles Hilliard, Ella and Pearl were here Today. {illegible} paid us a {illegible} call tonight.

25.Friday

Lovely & quite hot Walter finished sowing his grass seed today and plowed the garden Ella planted melons corns & beans

May, 1923

26. Saturday.

Lovely & quite hot. Walter was plowing Ella went to Kitchener today with Mr.&Mrs. Enoch Snider and got {illegible}a new coat.

27.Sunday.

Beautiful day. We wanted to go to church but couldn't get the car started so Walter got a {illegible} from the garage at Elmina to fix it. We were at Ezra Mawrer's at floradale for dinner & supper. {illegible} Jefferson's were there too.

May, 1923

28.Monday.

Lovely day. Ella planted potatoes, cucumbers, sqaush, beets & beans in the garden today. Walter was plowing all day.

29.Tuesday.

Lovely day. Ella did her washing Walter was hauling manure today.

30. Wednesday.

Miriam was here today and we were {illegible} soop Walter was plowing

31. Thursday

Fine and Warm Walter shipped hogs at Elimna and finished plowing the cornfield when they got back.

June, 1923.

1.Friday.

Lovely day. Walter worked up the corn field today.

2.Saturday.

Very hot. thunderstorm and rain tonight. Walter sowed his corn today. We went up to Emerson's for a little while tonight.

3.Sunday.

Thunderstorm&showers all day We had the following company for supper - Mr&Mrs. Albert Krauter, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Krauter and Marie {illegible} Edgar {illegible}.

June, 1923.

4.Monday

Very hot and sultry. Thunderstorm & rain Walter was chopping this morning and fixed the fence around the orchard and we put the pigs and young cattle out today. Miriam was here this afternoonand we finished the soop and cleaned up the butcher house.

5.Tuesday.

Hot & sultry. Severe thunderstorm and rain around six oclock Walter was hauling manure. Charles Holland came here for dinner and stayed for the night

June, 1923

6. Wednesday.

Dull and sultry Charles went home this morning. Walter was hauling {manure} Ella did her washing John Nill died last night.

7.Thursday

Rained hard last night. Cloudy & cool today. Father Krauter was here today and put on the {illegible} door for us. there were 5 telephone live {illegible} here for dinner. Walter was shipping hogo at Elmina Today thunderstorm and rain tonight.

June, 1923.

8.Friday

Cool, Cloudy & grizzle Walter was plowing this afternoon, We & Emerson went to Lunch this morning

9.Saturday

Cool, clear and windy Walter was plowing all day. Emanuel Bowman was here this afternoon

10.Sunday

Beautiful day. Walter went to Woolwich church and S.School this morning we had the following company today- Mr.Mrs. Colems Jefferson and Ray, Mr.&Mrs. Harold Hebel and little Archie Barrow Mr. Jacob King spent the evening with us.

June, 1923.

11.Monday.

Warm & hazy. Walter was cultivating & plowing. Callers- Elmo & Graham King

12. Tuesday

Warm & hazy. Walter was plowing buckwheat ground.

13.Wednesday.

Fair and warm. Walter was plowing all day. Annie Snider spent the afternoon with Ella.

14.Thursday.

Clear and fine Walter went to Elmina Today. Our new hired man Mike Walsh, late of {illegible} arrived today. Mr.&Mrs. Louis Miller and Charlie spent the evening here.

June 1923.

15. Friday

Lovely day. Walter & Mike were plowing. Walter & Ella Ella to choir practice tonight.

16.Saturday

Fine day First morning of of beef ring. Walter & Mike were plowing Vernon spent the after- noon at Reist's.

17.Sunday

Warm day. Walter, Ella & Vernon. spent the day at Hilliard's.

18.Monday

Very hot & sultry Ella did her washing Walter & Mike were plowing & cultivating

June, 1923

19.Tuesday

Very hot & sultry Walter & Mike, were cultivating&harrow- ing the twitch grass patch. Walter&Ella went to choir practice with Snider's tonight.

20.Wednesday.

Very hot & {illegible} Walter & Geo. Stange went to St.Jacobs for some sage tile today Mike was plowing

21.Thursday.

Awfully hot thunder- storms this afternoon but no rain. Walter & Ella went to Elmina today and had their dinner at Art.{illegible} Mike was plowing

June, 1923

22.Friday.

Extremely hot. Walter sowed the turnips today Mike was plowing. Callers- Enoch Snider, Geo Kauf,am. Jim {illegible} Lincoln Weaver & Wm. Stewart.

23.Saturday

Beastly hot. Walter was cultivating corn today and Mike was plowing. We all went up to Henderson's tonight

24.Sunday.

Desperately hot. Walter went to church this morning we invited Geo Snider's tonight.

June 1923.

25. Monday.

Warm day. Ella did her washing. Walter cut some sweet clover and Mike was plowing We took Geo. Snider's along and went to Flora- dale to vote. Around five oclock a terific cyclone passed through here and one of our chimney was blown off. then end of the barn blown out and the windmill wrecked beside some minor damge done. Earl Millers barn is a total wreck, also his drive shed summer kitchen& wind mill. HundredS of windmillS barns and other building throughout the countries of Waterloo, Wellington

June 25, 1923 (Continued) Peel and Ontario were totally demolished the Woolwich church has part of the roof blown off also the chimney. Mr.Wm.Farnelly who worked here two years ago was killed on a farm near Elora where he was employed. The other person killed were - Mrs.Davis of {illegible}, Seabelle Brohman of new Germany and Mr.{illegible} of{illegible} {illegible}

Provincial Election. The Conservatives won the day by a huge majority.

June, 1923

26.Tuesday.

Fair abd very windy. Walter went to see J.S Hund the storm insurance move this morning and went to Elmina to get some lumber this afternoon Mike started to fix fence around the {illegible} fixed the fence are badly wrecked so we have to {illegible} {illegible} cattle in the stable

27.Wednesday.

Fair and cool and windy Walter & Mike were making fence today Mr. J.S.{illegible} of St.Jacobs was here for dinner Other callers- Edmund Schwindt and Geo Enoch.

June, 1923.

28.Thursday.

Cloudy and cool. Walter & Vernon went to Elmina this morning and they were making fence this afternoon. Father & Mother Krauter Edgar {illegible} and Aunt Margaret called here this afternoon Other callers- Ed. Bolender, Enoch& Irwin Snider and Dave Harot.

29.Friday.

Lovely cool day. the men were making fence all day and put the cattle out again at noon. Joe Hall was our caller today. We went up to Sim Weaver Tonight their barn is badly wrecked also two chimneys down.

June 1923

30.Saturday.

Lovely day Vernon and Mike were picking stone and Walter was cultivating&harrowing We all went up to henderson tonight

July.1923

1.Sunday.

We had company for supper- Mr.&Mrs Chas Hilliard, Bert&Beilah and Vera Shuch Other callers- Mr.Mrs. DawSchweifer, Vera and Pearl, Mr&Mrs. Frank Hamel, Margaret, Sonny and Betty, Mr&Mrs. {illegible} Jefferson and Roy, Mr & Mrs {illegible}. {illegible} Elvina Mabel and Verta.

July, 1923

2.Monday. Fine day. Walter sowed the rafe this morning. Otto& Noah Miller were helping to fix up the barn this afternoon and were here for supper. Ella picked some berries in Schwindt {bush?} today. Mr&Mrs. Wilma&Hilda& Mrs.{illegible} called here this afternoon.

3.Tuesday.

Fair in the morning. Severe thunderstorm this afternoon. Walter helped at the church all morning and he and Jacob King were fixing the barn doors this afternoon. S.King Was here for supper. Ella did her washing.

July,1923.

4.Wednesday.

Fair and warm Walter helped at Geo. Miller's this morning and at the church this afternoon Ella picked some berries in Schwindt's bush today. We all went up to {illegible} Weaver's after tea.

5.Thursday.

Beautiful day. Rain tonight Walter was shipping hogo at elmina today. Ella went to Guelph today with Noah Miller and had a meal nice time.

6.Friday

Fair and warm. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this afternoon. {illegible} carpenteres were here and finished the barn after supper.

July, 1923

7.Saturday.

Fair and warm. Walter was cutting sweet clover and mike was making and they put in 3 loads this afternoon. Ezra & Bert were here this after- noon and for tea.

8.Sunday.

Lovely day. Our visitors todat were- Mr.Mrs. Chas.{illegible} and some Clarence of Badew and Mrs.S. Satler of Heidelberg, Noah Miller and Homer Somewielle called on us this morning Tonight after tea we took a little "walk in the motor" as mike would pay and viewed some of the damage done by the strom on the 4th and 8th of Peel.

July, 1923

9.Monday.

Warm and cloudy Ella was hoeing in the garden today. Walter went to Elmina this morning. the men brought in 4 loads of hay today. Runy & Maurice Schwindt were here this afternoon.

10.Tuesday.

Hot&sultry. Ella did her washing Walter went back to the field this morning to cut grass but the horses raw away and smashed the mower. Mike sowed some buckwheat today Walter helped at the church this afternoon

July, 1923

11.Wednesday

Fair and warm the men brought in 3 loads of hay this morning. Irwin Hoffer fixed the windmill this afternoon. Chas Hilliard was here for dinner and Irwin Hoffer for supper. Mr.& Mrs. Walter Main and little Billy were here after tea.

12.Thursday.

Fair and very warm Walter went to Elmina this morning and they put in 3 loads of rakings this afternoon Callers were- Rev.E.N. Bean, Eva Snider. Rob Stickney & Ralph.

July, 1923

13.Friday.

Fair and hot. Walter was cultivating the corn and Mike was plowing.

14.Saturday.

Very sultry & cloudy Walter took Lincoln& Edna to Fergus this afternoon Mildred Willard and Doris stayed here and they were all here and they were all here for supper Harvey& Lorne were here

12.Sunday.

Thunderstorms and rain. We took Emerson. Addie & Marie along and spent the day at Grandpa Krauter's {illegible} were there too. WE took in the Children's day service at Heildelberg this afternoon we got some black cherries.

July, 1923.

16.Monday

fine and clear. Ella was pitting and canning cherries all day. Walter & Mike were plowing. We had callers after tea- Mr&Mrs. Art. Cragg & Julia Mrs.{illegible} Cragg Miss Cora Cragg all of Fergus, Mr.H.Farley of Elora, MR.&Mrs. Emerson Krauter & Marie, Grandpa&Grand Krauter & Edgar {illegible} Grandma brought some red cherries and we pitted them with her pitter.

17.Tuesday

fair and warm. Ella did her washing. Walter & Mick were plowing all day.

July, 1923.

18.Wednesday.

Fair and warm. Walter was down at Woelfle's all morning and got the mower fixed. and cut some grass this afternoon. Mike was plowing & cultivating

19.thursday.

fair and very warm. Walter at shipping hogo at Elmina today and cutting grass this afternoon. Mike was cultivating.

20.friday

Very warm. Walter was raking and they brought in loads. Mike helped at King's till 4oclock and Elmo came over and helped here. Mrs.Davidsone of Toronto came here this afternoon and stayed for the night.

July, 1923.

21.Saturday

Clear and windy Elmo King tooks Ms. Davison to the station this morning and helped with the hay all day and they brought in loads the men went to check- back after tea.

22.Sunday

Perfect day. We went up to Emerson's for dinner, came home for tea and went over to floradale memorate Y.P. meeting. We called at Lincoln Weaver's after church Edna is sick in bed

23.Monday.

Fair and warm. Ella did her washing the men were haying.

July, 1923.

24.Tuesday. Mike left today

Dreary & drizzly Walter & Vernon took a load of hay to floradale for Ezra today. Mrs. King spent the after- noon with Ella. Walter finished cutting the grass at {illegible}. We called at Henderson's and Norman King's tonght

25.Wednesday.

Windy & cool Walter helped at Earl Miller's this morning and was at Elmo King's drawing in the hay afternoon

26.Thursday.

Beautiful day. Ella & Vernon went to Elmina today with Walter. We had our dinner a t Grandpa Krauter's {illegible} Wellrook came up with us.

July, 1923.

27.Friday.

Cloudy. A few showers the new brought in the last hay from {illegible} field. WAlter took a load of chopping over to floradale Elmo King was here for dinner. Walter went to Elmina after supper.

28.Saturday.

Fair and warm We were all at Earl Miller's {illegible} today and went up to checkback after supper.

29.Sunday

Fine day. Our company today was- Mr.MRs.Art {illegible}, Eileen&{illegible}, Mr.&Mrs. Clinton {illegible}, Reta, Wilma and Hilda, Mrs.&M.{illegible}& GrandpaKRauter's&{illegible} called in tonight

July, 1923.

30.Monday.

Very warm. Walter cuffed the turnips this morning. This afternoon he was sowing rope and Vernon was harrowing. Solomon Scheifele was {illegible} today at {illegible}

31.Tuesday.

Very hot. Ezra, Bert&Miriam were here all day, hoeing turnips. {illegible} visited Walter after tea.

August, 1923

1.Wednesday.

Hot and sultry Walter was harrowing and cultivating.

2.Thursday.

Very sultry. Severe thunderstorm and rain this afternoon Solomon {illegible} and implement shed were struck by light- ning and burnt Chas.J.Hilliard came up here after dinner and stayed for the night. Lincoln Weaver was here for supper Charlie took us over to Solomon {illegible} tonight to see the fire Warren G. Harding President of the U.S died today at {illegible} {illegible}

August, 1923

3.Friday.

Fair and quite warm Charlie left for home this afternoon. Walter, Ella&Vernon took Mrs. King along and went to the {illegible} Party at Alma tongith

4.Saturday.

Hot and sultry. Walter got the binder ready this morning and cut the barley this afternoon.

5.Sunday.

Very warm. We went to Elmina this afternoon where they had the unveiling of the Soldier's memorial and a Sacred band concert by the Waterloo Boy Bard. We went to Elmina Evangelical church tonight.

August, 1923.

6.Monday.

Very warm Ella did her washing and Walter was plowing this morning. After dinner we went to Elmina Old Boy's Reunion had our supper at Art.{illegible} and got home at 10.30p.m

7.Sunday.

Very sultry Several good showers of rain thought. Wakter was plowing Ella was at a quilting at Mrs.{illegible} this afternoon.

8.Wednesday.

Beautiful day. We went down to Hilliard's this morning and went down to Kitchener with them and got home at 8pm

August, 1923

9.Thursday.

Very warm. Walter shipped hogo at Elmina this morning and was plowing this afternoon.

10.Friday

Fair and warm Walter was plowing

11.Saturday

Hot and sultry this morning Walter Finished plowing the summer fallow and this afternoon they brought in the barley 4 loads. Addione Reist helped and he was here for supper We went over to Peter Schmidht's tonight to get the butter.

August, 1923.

12.Sunday.

Clear and windy. We went to Woolwich church & S.School (at the school of home) this after- noon. Our visitors were- Mr.&Mrs.Noah Miller Father, Ruth Margaret and {illegible} and Mr. Joe Lavrov.

13.Monday

Beautiful day. Walter was cutting grain today Ella's callers were - Riley & Willard Schwindt, Emily and Mildred {illegible} Ruth, Ether& Margaret Miller.

14.Tuesday.

Changeable weather. Bert&Mrs.{illegible} visited us today and were here for dinner. Walter was cutting.

August, 1923

15.Wednesday.

Clear and cool. Walter was cutting and Edgar Schmch was stocking.

16.Thursday..

Beautiful day. Walter was cutting grain. Peter{illegible} was here all day and Clayton {illegible} was here this afternoon. We went over to Ezra's tonight and had {illegible} ice cream. Callers- E.Bridge& Alex Mcdnough

17.Friday.

Fine day. The men finished cutting and stocking today. Peter {Schmihl} was her all day. Harvey & Lorne {Reist} went over to Tom {Maine's} with {Oewen} and were there for Tea.

August, 1923.

18.Saturday

Fair this morning thunderstorm and rain this afternoon. Walter took a load of chopping to floradale and attended Roy Choices pale.

19.Sunday.

Beautiful cool day. We were at Grandpa Krauter's for dinner and at allew {illegible} for tea My old schoolfriend Mrs.Alloew Snyder and her three children from McBridge Mich. were there

20 Monday.

Fine day vincent arrived Walter & Vincent today. McCulloch put in 5 loads of grain the afternoon. Chas Hillard, Beulah, Pearl, Vera & Ella called tonight Beaulah is staying for a few days

August, 1923.

21 Tuesday.

{illegible}, cool, drizzle windy, day. Walter & Vincent went to Alma & checkback this afternoon. Ella did her irnoning and {illegible} was knitting.

22. Wednesday.

Cold, Windy & cloudy. Walter & Vincent put out 30 loads of manure today.

23.Thursday.

Fine and warmer Beaulah went home this morning. Walter shipped pigs at Elmina today. Vincent put out loads of manure this morning and they brought in 3 loads of grain this afternoon Floyd Scheifle three year old son of Albery Scheifle was buried today at Heidelberg.

August, 1923.

24.Friday

Cool and shower. The new brought in 4 loads of grain and hauled {illegible} the rest of the day.

25.Saturday.

The new brought in 3 loads. of grain this morning they helped to {illegible} at King's this afternoon.

26.Sunday

Beautiful day. We were at Woolwich church & Sunday School this afternoon and took Ed.Beuders along tonight and went to the {illegible} church at St.Jacobs where they are having a special conference

August, 1923.

27.Monday.

Cloudy and warm. {illegible} were {illegible} this forenoon and the following men helped- Jno Stange, Ezra Miller. Clayton Fleet. Chas Shroder and Joe {illegible}. the men put in 6 loads of grain this afternoon.

28.tuesday

Cloudy. thunderstorms & rain this afternoon Vincent helped to {illegible} at Geo. Snider's barn this morning. They brought in 5 loads of grain today. vincent & walter went to creekbank after supper.

29 Wednesday.

Fine day. the men put out 15 loads of {illegible} this afternoon walter was making and vincet helped to {illeigble} Louis Miller's

August. 1923

30.Thursday.

Fine warm day. Ella & vernon went to Elmina with Walter this morning Walter took Ella to St.Jacob and she went home with Mr.Hillard and stayed there for the night

31.Friday.

Beautiful day. Charlie {illegible}, Beulah & Ella left this to Buffalo. We took some lunch along and ate it at {illegible} we {illegible}

on the fery

at fort Erie and arrived in Buffalo around 3.30pm We got some at the Markeew Hotel corner of E.Utica and MainSt We went to the {illegible} Theatre this evening The picture was Within the Saw Both {illegible} Vernon were at Noah Muller's {image is cut off}

September, 1923.

1.Saturday.

Beautiful day at Buffalo Rain&thunderstorms at home here. We did some shopping this morning and took Beulah out to the {illegible} Hospital this afternoon We went to Lewis Theatre tonight and the show was very good especially {illegible}

2.Sunday.

Lovely rather hazy day We left Buffalo this morning had one dinner at {illegible} and arrived at Charlie's around 8oclock. Charlie brought me home and Ella came along us Rained {illegible} we were on the way.

September, 1923

3.Monday.

Labor Day. Walter took "Stella" up to Alma today and sold her to Geo Bender. Our company for tea- Mr.& Mrs. Colone Jefferson&Roy. Mr.&Mrs. Ezra Mawrer and Mrs. Harold Hebel.

4.Tuesday

fair and warm. The men were drawing manure. Vernon's first day at school after the holidays. Their new teacher Miss Young from Dunkane.

5.Wednesday.

Very warm. The men finished hacking manure today, and also finished harvesting. They brought in 2 loads this afternoon we have load in all

September, 1923.

6.Thrusday.

Fair and warm. Vincent was going plowing this morning and helped to thresh peas at Addione Reist's this afternoon Walter went to Elmina Elmina this morning and to Kitchener this afternoon at Hilliard's

7.Friday

Thunderstorms and rain last night. The men went to Alma this morn- ing and cut a few {illegible} this afternoon.

8.Saturday.

Cloudy& cool. Walter helped to thresh all day at Noah Miller's and Vincent helped at Dobberthein's & Bridge's. Edna, Willard, Mildred & Doris were here for the afternoon and for tea.

September, 1923.

9.Sunday.

Cloudy&cool. We took Ella Hilliard, Ezra & Bert Mawrer along and went to Kitchener today. We had one dinner at Jefferson's and tea at home. We called at Hilliard {illegible} way home and left Ella there.

10.Monday.

{illegible} day. Ella did her washing Walter got a load of tile at St.Jacobs for Geo.Stange Vincent was {illegible} today at Bridge's & E.Krauter

11.Tuesday

Fair. Some shower this afternoon. Walter finished cutting the bundocks today. Vincent was helping Mr.Dobber- thein and got home here around 3p.m.

September, 1923.

12.Wednesday.

Cool. Some showers. Walter & Vincent were plowing all day.

13.Thursday.

Cold. Rain and sleeh. Walter was shipping pigs at Elmina today. Vincent was plowing

14.Friday.

{illegible} first last night The men were plowing this morning. This afternoon Vincent helped at {illegible} Miller's raising the driving shed and Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale

15.Saturday

Cloudy and cold. The new plowed this morn- ing and this afternoon we took Mrs.King along and went to the Elmina Fall Fair and had a good time Clarena Underwood came home with us.

September, 1923

16.Sunday

Beautiful day. We took Clracne along and went over to Ezra's for dinner and supper.

17.Monday.

Lovely day. Ella did her washing and Walter cut the corn Vincent is among the missing.

18.Tuesday.

Dreary & drizzly Walter finishedcutting the corn this morning and helped at Solomon Gingrich's barn raising this afternoon

19.Wednesday

Beautiful day. vincent came back this morning and was plowing all day. Vernon is sick in bed with a very sore throat.

September, 1923.

20.Thursday

Dreary & drizzly Walter was shipping hogo at Elmina this morn- ing. Vincent helped to cut corn at Noah Miller's this forenoon. Emerson Addie and Marie called here this afternoon.

21.Friday

Miserable wet day. Walter Traded Mard to {illegible} on a {illegible} named Prince. Vincent was plowing between showers.

22.Saturday

Lovely day. Walter & Vincent helped to cut corn at Noah Miller's this morning We cut corn this afternoon and the men were here- Frank {illegible} & {illegible}, Noah Miller, Clayton Fleet, Elmo King, Joe {illegible}, Addione Reist, Norman King Lincoln Elden, Emersonm Krauter & John Mawrer.

September, 1923

23.Sunday

Fine day. Walter went to Woolwich church & S.School this after- noon and we were at Noah Millers for tea and the evening.

24.Monday.

Lovely , warm day. We took Harvey & Lorne Resit along and went to the School Fair at Parker Vernon got third prize for school lunch, fourth for {illegible} Potatoes and fifth for {illegible}

25.Tuesday.

Fine and warm. Walter & Vincent got a load of hay at Emerson's this morning and plowed the rest of the day. Ella went to choir practice tonight with Snider's

September, 1923.


26. Wednesday

Fair and warm.

Walter & Vincent were planning all day. Vincent went to the Concert at Drayton tonight.

27. Thursday.

Fair and very warm. Walter shipped pigs at Elmina this morning. We took Lincoln along and went to the School Fair at Heidelberg. We had dinner & supper at Grandpa Kauter's Edward Rathgew late of Hamburg. Germany arrived here today.

28. Friday.

Vincent was cultivating

Walter & Edward made three trips to Alma today. They took 2 calves (Jeremy & Pete) this afternoon.

September, 1923

29. Saturday.

Fine day.

Walter took a load of hay to Elmina for Elmo King this afternoon. He got crushed between the scale and the bending pole and broke two ribs

Dr. Criss attended him and didn't bandage him right

30 Sunday.

Fair. Drs. MsLuibban were here this morning and fixed Walter up. Dedication Service at Woolwich church today. We had the following company – Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurice, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Willard, Mildred and Doris, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson, Krauter and Marie.

Ella went down to church with Snider's

October, 1923.

1. Monday.

Beautiful, cool, day.

Vincent & Edward were plowing & rolling. Walter spent the day in bed and was not well at all. His callers were {illegible}, Noah Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Sein Weaver.

2. Tuesday.

Fair and cool.

Vincent & Edward were plowing. Walter's callers Elmo King, Geo & Enoch Snider, Noah & Otto Miller and Dr. Jim McLuibban.

3. Wednesday.

Fair and warmer. Walter's father sowed the rye today. Vincent was plowing. Edward helped to draw in buckwheah at Elmo King

Walter's callers– Enoch Snider, Louis & Ezra Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Sein Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver & family.

October, 1923

8. Monday

Beautiful cool day. Mourer's were threshing today and the following men helped - Enoch Snider, Elmo King, Clayton Fleet, Jno Stange Ezra Miller, Wesley Miller. Addison Reist. Walter walked not to the barn today.

9. Tuesday

Rain and warmer. Vincent got the chop at Floradale this morning and was plowing this afternoon. Edward helped to tresh at Edlen's. Ella did her washing.

10. Wednesday

Lovely hazy day. Vicecent was plowing and Edward was hauling wood home from the lush.

October, 1923

11. Thursday

Lovely day. Walter spent the day in Elmina. Vernon& Edward were drawing wood home from the lush. Vincent was plrwing

12 Friday

Fine day. Vincent was plowing and Vernon & edward were drawing wood

13. Saturday

Vincent took a load of chopping and little Tidy to Elmina and made day of it Edward helped to thresh at Jno N. Miller's this morning and was picking apples this afternoon. Walter and his father called at Kamis this afternoon and got some oats.

October, 1923

14. Sunday

Beautiful day. Walter, Ella& Vernon went to Woolwich church and Sunday school this morning. our {illegible} were - Mr.& Mrs. Edmund Schwindt Ruth & Ruby, Welland, Vernon Kenneth and Maunice

15. Monday

Ideal, perfect day Walter, Ella, Edward&Vincent went up to Grandpa Kauters and picked apples today.

16. Tuesday

Perfect day Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Kitchener today. We had our dinner at Edith's and supper at Hilliard's. Ella brought in a big {illegible} of sweet peas today.

October, 1923

17. Wednesday

Another grand day. Vincent was plowing and Edward was topping turnips. Walter went to Noah {illegible} sale this afternoon. We all went to a Dorky Concert tonight and it was one punk affair

18. Thursday.

Lovely day. Walter shipped hogs today, had his dinner at Grandpa Krauter's and went up to Henderson's and Groff's when he got back Vincent was plowing Edward finished topping the turnips and brought in one load.

October, 1923

19. Friday

Drizzly miserable day. Vincent was plowing and Edward& Walter brought in 4 loads of turnips. Jno. {illegible} butchered the beef-ringer

20. Saturday

Cold and windy the men finished the turnips this foremoon. Walter went to Elmina after dinner. Vincent went to Kitchener and Edward went to Toronto.

21 Sunday Fine and cold. We took Grandpa&Grandma Maurer to Kitchener and we {irsited?} at Clinton Hahin's at Waterloo and stayed for dinner and supper. Lincoln Weaver's had dinner with Vincent.

October, 1923

22. Monday Beautiful day. Ella did her washing This afternoon. Walter & Ella went to Conestogo and had {illegible} supperat Isaac Hollis'. Vincent was plowing.

23. Tuesday. Cold & windy. Mr. Thomas {illegible} of Lebanon visited us today and was here for dinner. Ruth Schwidth got some flower seeds this afternoon. Edward Rathgew returned home from Toronto tonight. Vincet was plowing.

October, 1923

24 Wednesday

Cold and drizzly. Vincent plowed this morning and they worked around the barn this afternoon and put the apples in the cellar 25. Thursday. Cold & drizzly Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today. Edward had his dinner at Kings. Elmo King and Allan Fleet visited us after supper. 26. Friday Fine day. The black cow broke her leg and we buchered her today Mr. & Mrs. E. Snider were here and got some apples.

October, 1923

27. Saturday

Lovely day. Vincent took a load of chopping to Elmina and shipped the hides Walter & Edward were tinkering around at home. Noah Miller spent the evening here.

28. Sunday

Fair and cold wind Walter took Ezra to Alma to see Dr. McLubbin. Our visitors were - Mr & Mrs. Leon Wagner Gordon & Eldon, Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Kauter and Edgar Hahn.

October, 1923

29. Monday. Fair Walter helped Ella do the washing this morning and he and Edward put on the chimney this after noon. Vincent was plowing

30. Tuesday Rain and snow. Cold. The men put on the storm windows today. Vincent was plowing this afternoon.


31. Wednesday Cold and snowed all day. Walter butchered a pig at Noah Miller's today. Vincent was plowing. Vernon's birth day. He is 11 years old.

November, 1923

1. Thursday Looks like winter this morning. Everything is covered with snow. Lovely, clear day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmia this morning and went to Kitchener this afternoon. We had the beef ring meeting and wiener supper here tonight Walter's birthday. He is 39.

2. Friday Beautiful day. Walter & Vincent were plowing this afternoon This morning they butchered a pig for Mr. Adams. Walter, Ella, Vernon & Edward went to the Halloween concert at Creekbank tonight.

November, 1923

3. Saturday

Lovely day. Walter & Vincent were plowing. Edward spent the day in the house with a lame back.


4. Sunday

Awful gloomy drizzly day. We were at {illegible} Schwindt's for the evening

5. Monday

Rained all day. Ella cleaned two rooms upstairs today.

6. Tuesday

Drizzly all day. Ella cleaned the spare bedroom and hall today. Vincent and Edward visited at Elijah Bridge tonight.

November, 1923

7. Wednesday

Cold snow and rain

The men were tinkering around the hildings

8. Thursday

Cold. Snow flurries. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today and Edward went with him. Vincent was plowing.

9. Friday.

Fair and not quite so cold. This morning Walter helped to saw wood at Elmo Kings and Edward helped to thresh at Norman King's. This afternoon they were sawing wood here and Elmo was here for dinner and supper.

10. Saturday. Lovely day.

The men finished sawing the wood and brought it all into the woodshed. Vincent went to Elmina with King's.

November, 1923

11. Sunday

Cloudy and cool. We had Thanksgiving dinner here today and had the following company;- Mr. & Mrs. Frank Namil, Margaret, Sonny and Betty Mrs. Hamil & Merwin Smith Mr & Mrs. Colson Jefferson and Roy. Mr & Mrs. Harold Hebel, Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer and Mr. & Mrs. Jno. Maurere. Edward went down to Jno. Gulduer's for two weeks.

12. Monday Thanksgiving

Fair and cold. Walter, Ella, Vernon, Edwar Willard, Mildered and Doris went up to Grandpa Krauters today for Thanksgiving dinner Vincent helped to thresh all day at Enoch Snider's

November, 1923

13. Tuesday

Lovely Indian Summer day. Ella did her washing Vincent was threshing at Enoch Snider's till noon and at Elmo Kings' this afternoon. Walter was plowing. Walter and Ella went to church tonight and when we got home we had company - Mr. & Mrs. Louis Miller, Charlie and Exra Miller

14. Wednesday

Another beautiful day. Wincent helped at Elmo King's till noon and they were plowing. Walter went to church

15. Thursday Misty measly day. Walter was shipping hogs and Vincent took a load to Elmina. They plowed this afternoon. Walter and Ella went to church tonight.

November, 1923

16. Friday Dreary blue day Walter killed a pig at Louis Miller's today. Vincent helped to thresh at Stange's this afternoon. Walter went to church tonight.


17. Saturday Cold, cloudy and windy Vincent helped to thresh at Stangey's till noon They were plowing this afternoon cold, cloudy and windy vincent helped to thresh at stangey till noon they were plowing this afternoon.


18. Sunday.

Cold & windy. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Woodwich church and Sunday school this afternoon. After church we called at Emerson's as Addie is on the sick list. Grandpa Krauter came here tonight.

November, 1923

19. Monday

Cold and windy. Ella did her washing & ironing Grandpa went to Elmina with Walter. Vincent took a load of chopping to Elmina

20 Tuesday Beautiful day Ella spent the day at Emerson's helping Addie Kelly's outfirst was pressing hay there. Vincent helped tp thresh at Louis Miller's this afternoon. Walter was plowing.

21. Wednesday Fine day The men both helped to thresh at Louis Millers until 9 oclock. They finished the plowing today and Walter put the manure on the garden

November, 1923

22. Thursday Beautiful day Walter shipped hogs at Elmina. Vincent went with him, they had their dinner at Hilland's and brought the Jersey {illegible} home from Jeaoe Holli's

23. Friday

Cold and stormy the men plowed the garden this forenoon.

24. Saturday

Cold and clear. Walter went to Hiram Wheeler's with the sleigh this morning. This afternoon they were cutting wood in the lush. Annie Snider spend the afternoon with Ella.

25. Sunday. Fine and cold Walter & Vernon went to Woolwich church S.S. this morning We all went up to {illegible} Weaver's for tea

November, 1923

26. Monday

Very dull and drizzly Walter took Vernon to school and got home by noon. Ella was down at Louis Miller's this afternoon Mrs. Miller is sick in bed.

27. Tuesday

Cloudy and cold. The men butchered a pig for Mrs. {illegible} this morning and dug a trench behind the barn this afternoon

28. Wednesday

Cloudy and cold The men were working around the barn today

29. Thursday Rain & cold Walter shipped hogs from Elmina. Vincent helped to thresh at Jno. W. Millers


30. Friday Foggy & miserable

Vincent helped to thresh all day at Addison Reists'

December, 1923

1. saturday

Cloudy and dull. Walter & Vernon went to Elmina this morning. They worked in the lush this afternoon

2. Sunday

Cloudy. drizzly & windy We visited at Oliver Scheifele's at Conestog Today and stayed for dinner and supper

3. Monday Fair. The men were working in the lush.

4. Tuesday

Dreary and misty. Ella did her washing The men were working in the lush.

5. Wednesday

Nasty, wet day. Walter & Jno. Stange went up to Arthin and Vincent took a load of chopping to Floradale.

December, 1923

6. Thursday.

Awful wet windy day. Walter shipped hogs from Elmina and Vincent went to Kitchener

7. Friday

Fine day. Walter, Ezra Maurer and Jno. Stange went to the Guelph Hereford Sale and Walter brought a heifer (Repeater Lass) Vincent got the chop at Horadale

8. Saturday

Nasty drizzly day. Walter & Vincent got the new heifer Repeater Lass at Alma today. Edward came back from Kitchener today

9. sunday Beautiful day

We were at Stange's today and to choir practice after tea and called at {illegible} Vincent & Edward visited Dobberthein's tonight.

december 1923

10. monday

cloudy walter went to the elmina minitkly fair today and killed a beef whew he got home elmina addie and marie vincent & edward worked in the bush

11. tuesday

clear and cold walter was butchering at koepke: today edward & vincent worked in the bushs

12. wednesday

walter butchering pig at noah millens today vincent worked in the bush edward is not well.

13. thursday

rained this morning snowed this afternoon. walter shipped hogs and ella went to elmina with him walter went to reynolds hereford sale this afternoon.

December, 1923

14. Friday

Cold. Walter butchered a pig here for mr Adams today also a cow for Bob Atkinson. We all went to the Creekbank Concert tonight

15. Saturday

Cloudy & cold. The men were tinkering around the barn today

16. Sunday

Windy and cold. Mr. & Mrs Oliver Schiefele and Mr. & Mrs. Chas Hillard visited us today. Ella went to choir practice tonight.

17. Monday

Cloudy & cold. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Otlo Miller's today. Vincent & Edward were working in the lush. We were all down at E. Schwindts' tonight.

December, 1923

18. Tuesday

Cloudy & cold. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Philip Bonn's today Vincent took some gush to Floradale & Edward went to Elmina. Noah Miller & Mr.& Mrs Earl Miller spent the evening here.

19 Wednesday.

Beautiful day just like spring Walter went to Creekbank this morning and we went up to our Grandma Krauter who is sick in bed Ella went to practice tonight. Edward& Vincent went to Dobberthein's. Vernon& Walter were stringing pop corn.


20. Thursday.

Dreary, mild and drizzly Walter shipped hogs at Elima this morning and went to Detweiler's sale this afternoon.

December, 1923

21. Friday

Dull, mearly day. Walter killed a beef for Ezra today and Ezra & Bert were here for dinner. We went to Creekbank tonight.

22. Saturday

Cloudy and mild. Walter spent the day in Elmina. Edward went away today finsh to Toronto over Christmas and when he returns to Elmina he will be employed in the Rubber Factory. Ella went to practice tonight.

23. Sunday

Snowing. Ella Walks & Vernon went to Woolwich church & S.School this morning Lincoln Weaver's and family were here for dinner. Ella went to practice tonight

{Printed poem inserted between pages}

THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. (1924 MODEL.)

Under an ad for gasoline

The village smithy stands;

He's agent for the Jinx machine

And several other brands.

He hasn't shod a horse for years,

For fear he'd soil his hands.

He wears a gold watch on his wrist,

A pearl pin in his tie, His links are made of amethyst,

The finest he could buy.

There's not a thing the smithy wears

That doesn't please the eye.

Week in, week out, from morn till night,

He sees the autos come

With brakes that are not working right

And axles on the bum.

With gas, repairs, and grease and oil,

He makes a tidy sum.

He has a staff of skillful men

That number twenty-four,

Who toil from six a.m. till ten

And sometimes even more.

The smithy never does a stroke-

He thinks that work's a bore.

The children coming home from school

Look in at the open door,

And laugh to see some city fool

Set up an awful roar

When called to pay some whopping bill

The smith has soaked him for.

He goes on Sunday to the kirk,

His mind quite free from cares,

Because his men are hard at work

With punctures and repairs.

And if the weather's fine and warm

The smith says grateful prayers.

Oiling-refilling-repairing.

Onward through life he goes.

And never once despairing

So long as his income grows.

Each night the thought of some one done

Augments his sweet repose.

- Percy Waxman in Harper's.

{Poem ends here}

{A newspaper clipping inserted between pages containing local writeups}

Lindsay. May 2.-(Special.)-The Rotary Club of Lindsay, having inauurated a "Boy's Week," set apart yesterday (Thursday) as "Loyalty Day." The afternoon was in reality a half-holiday. A well-devised program was carried out. First a monster parade of over 800 boys, following the Lindsay Collegiate Institute Cadet Band, marched in procession through the principal streets of the town. The procession was drawn up at the Armories and adresses were delivered to the boys by Walter Reesor, Vice-President of the Rotary Club, in the absence of the President.

SCHOOL IS SATISFACTORY

Owen Sound, May 2.-(Special.)-The final inspection of Owen Sound's new vocational school was made Friday morning by members of the firm of architects and members of the Board of Education. The new school building is satisfactory in practically every respect, and the achitects from London expressed themselves as very well satisfied with the work which has been done in Owen Sound.

MUNICIPAL LEAGUE OFFICERS.

Fort William, May 2.-(Special.)-Thomas Hughes, President of the Fort William District Municipal League ever since its inception in 1916, was unanimously re-elected President at the annual convention which closed today. Other officers were elected as follows: James Gowanlock, First Vice-President; R. Falshaw, Second Vice-President; Directors, E. Anderson, Neebing; S. Monteith, Paipoonge; Albert Gordon, Oliver; W. Groves, Conmee; P.A. Winslow, O'Connor; A. Parker, Gillies; Alderman W.T. Rankin, Fort William; A.W. Carter, Dawson Road; T. Heggie, Forbes; F.T. {Brown, Sebble; F. Hawkins,} Stramge; {Cuts off here}

{End of newspaper clipping}

December, 1923

24 Monday

Lovely winter's day. Vincent took a load of chopping to Floradale. We went to the Woolwich Xmas entertainment tonight

25. {written in the margin: to the 31} Tuesday

Christmas Day. We took Lincoln's along and went to Grandpa Krauter's for Xmas dinner. Ella & Vernon are staying there for awhile. Walter& Vincent were keeping horse for the week. Walter shipped hogs on Thursday & killed a pig for Mr. Day on Friday. They were at Enoch Schniders for ten on Sunday night, at Noah Millers for dinner on Monday and at Emerson's for tea.

Janaury 1924

1. New Years Day. Tuesday Very cold. Walter, Emerson, Addie and Marie and Mr. Bridge came down to Grandpa Krauter's with the sleigh and Ella & Vernon came home with them. Vincent had everything nice and tidy and the house fine & warm

2. Wednesday. Cold & windy Ella did her washing today. Walter butchered a pig at Ezra Maurer's at Floradale today. Vincent was at cutting wood at Louis Miller's. Noah Miller visited us tonight

3. Thursday. Cold & stormy Walter shipped hogs at Elmina this morning and went to {illegible} sale this afternoon. Vincent & Charlie were cutting wood in Louis' bush and were here for dinner.

4. Friday. Very cold. Snowflurries We butchered a pig here for Edler's today. Charlie Miller & Lincohn Edler were here for dinner and Emerson for supper. Noah Miller visited us tonight.

January 1924

5 Saturday. Very cold & stormy vincent & Charlie worked in the bush this forenoon. Emerson was here for dinner. Ella went to a committee meeting tonight with Otto miller

6 Sunday. Colder & awful stormy Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Woolwich church & S.School this morning. Noah Miller and Esther visited us this afternoon

7 Monday. Cold. Snowflurries Walter took a load of chopping to Elmina and came home {through?} Floradale to vote.

8 Tuesday. Milder. Fair Ella did her washing today. Walter butchered 2 pigs for Geo. Snider's at Enoch Snider's. Vincent was drawing manure.

9 Wednesday Fair and mild Walter killed a big pig for Mr. Brunkard today. Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Schwindt & family, Miss Eva Rieder and Emerson Wittig of Melfort Saskatchewan

10 Thursday Cloudy & mild. rRin tonight Walter shipped hogs and Vincent was drawing manure.

January, 1924

11 Friday Rained all last night Cold and stormy all day. Walter spent the forenoon at Creekbank and killed a beef for his father this afternoon. Vincent worked in Louis Miller's bush this afternoon.

12. Saturday. Fair. Snowflurries Vincent was in Louis Miller's bush all day Charlie was here for dinner. Walter did the chores and made a little trip up the 8th

13. Sunday Cold. Snowed all day. We went to Woolwich church & S.School this afternoon and to Edmund Schwindt's for tea Emerson & Mr Bridge called on Vincent.

14 Monday clear, cold & windy walter took a load of chopping to floradale and took the white cow down to boegels ah elmia vincent & charlie worked in our bushs today ella did her washing & {woning?}

15 Tuesday. Fair. Raw each wind blowing We butchered 2 pigs for Grandpa Maurer and one for Mr. Breut today. Grandpa was here all day and helped. Noah Miller was here for dinner. Callers - Charlie Shanty, Andrew Heuderson and Ezra Stickney.

January, 1924

16 Wednesday Rained all day. Walter called at Dowsling's & Heuderson's today

17. Thursday Cold. Snowed all day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina and got home at 5pm

18. Friday. Cold. Snowing. Walter called at Woelfle's this afternoon. Walter's father was here for dinner. Walter went down to a meeting at church with Noah Miller tonight

19. Saturday. Milder. Snowing. Walter killed a horse for Leon Wagner this morning and was chopping this afternoon. Laura & Norman Miller spent the afternoonhere.

20 Sunday Awful cold & stormy 10 below zero. Walter went to church & S.S. this morning. Charlie Miller was here for tea. After tea, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Noah Miller and Frank Simons were here

21 Monday Feirce blizzard blowing Very cold. Walter was mending harness.

22 Tuesday. Not quite so cold. Stormy. Walter spent the day at Woeilfle's and went to practice with Noah Miller tonight.

23 Wednesday Cold & stormy Walter butchered a big pig for Andrew Groff today. Ella & Vernon did the washing Alex Lawson died today of pneumonia

January, 1924

24 Thursday. Cloudy. Raw east wind blowing Walter & Vincent went to Elmina this morning and got home at 3.p.m. Our visitors tonight were Noah Miller, Earl Miller & Charlie Miller

25 Friday. Fierce storm. Walter killed a pig and steer at Dobberthins today.

26 Saturday Cold. Stopped storming after dinner. The men opened the road this afternoon

27. Sunday .Clear and very cold. We drove to church & S.S. with Enoch in the big sleigh. Emerson Addie & Marie were here for tea .

28 Monday. Cloudy and not so cold. Ella did her washing. We butchered a pig here today for Mr. Adams & Walter killed a beef.

29 Tuesday. Cloudy & mild. Rained tonight. Walter went to Woefle's sale. We all went to a Social at Mr. Adams tonight.

30 Wednesday. Cloudy & mild. Walter killed a steer for Jno. Stange today Ella went down to Krauters today with Lincoln's and Emerson's in the big sleigh. Ezra & Bert were here for tea.

31 Thursday. Cloudy & mild. Walter shipped pigs and went to Mattieclis sale. Emerson and Elijah Bridge were here for supper.

February, 1924

1 Friday. Cloudy & mild. We butchered a pig here for Wilkie Campbell. Walter& Ella went to choir practice at Earl Miller's tonight.

2 Saturday. Cloudy, mild& drizzly. Vincent was drawing manure. Walter was gadding.

3 Sunday. Damp & foggy. Snowed tonight We went to church & S.School and to Ezra Maurers at Floradale for dinner & supper. Miriam & A. Habemihl was there.

4 Monday. Cold & stormy. Ella did her washing. Charles Hilliard cameup here this afternoon.

5 Tuesday. Awful stormy. Walter, Ella& Vincent were mending grain bags today.

6 Wednesday. Cold. Snowflurries. Walter butchered 2 pigs of Harvey Schmidts' today. Charles Hilliard left for home after dinner. The baker was here for dinner. Other callers - A. Hendurson & Chas. Miller.

7 Thursday. Cold& cloudy. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today. Noah Miller visited us tonight

8 Friday. Fine and cold. Walter butchered 3 pigs at Enoch Snider's today

9 Saturday. Fine and cold. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Louis Miller's. Ella helped too. Vincent went to Elmina tonight and brought Edward Rathgew up with him.

February, 1924

10 Sunday. Awful storm. We open the day at home. Eight people at church.

11 Monday. Fair. Ella did her washing. Walter& Vincent went to Elmina today. Edward went down with them.

12 Tuesday Fair and cold. We butchered a pig for Stanley Whale today Dave Reish was here for dinner. Earl, Noah and Charlie Miller visited us tonight.

13 Wednesday. Beautiful cold day. Walter killed 4 pigs and beef at Joe Bender's today. Ella spent the afternoon at Enoch's and she& Vernon were there for tea.

14 Thursday. Milder & storming. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today and killed a pig for Luiney Whale this afternoon

15 Friday. Cold & stormy. Walter made Luiney Whale's sausage this morning and went to Henry Thur's sale after dinner and has his tea at Noah Miller's. We had choir practice here and these people were here - Mrs. Ed. Bender, Mrs. Edgar Adams, Mr & Mrs. Earl Millers, Margaret & Stanly Bender, Noah, Charlie and Wesley Miller.

16 Saturday. Beautiful winter's day. Vincent took a load ocf chopping to Elmina.

Febraury, 1924

17 Sunday. Cloudy & cold. We drove to church with Snider's this morning. We were up at Emerson's for supper. Vincent visited Stange's

18 Monday. Beautiful day. Ella did her washing. Walter killed a pig for Mr.Bridge. We went to Alf. Mogle's farewell party tonight.

19 Tuesday Snowing & stormy. Walter, Noah Miller & Ella drove to Elmina today. Ella intended to go home to Grandpa's for a few days but the {train?} was stuck in the snow so she stayed at Arf. Kliuck's

20 Wednesday. Storming. Ella & Salome went to a Missionary meeting this afternoon and to a quilting at Louis Doelfue's this evening.

21 Thursday. Snowing & storming. Ella spent the day at Klinck's. Vernon has the measles.

22 Friday. Cold & stormy. ella came home tonight with E.Schwindt & frank noah & charlie miller visited us tonight

23 Saturday. Clear and cold. Walter was at Alf. Mogle's sale this afternoon and at Ezra's for tea.

24 Sunday .Beautiful cold winter's day. We had Sunday chart here this afternoon and Enoch, lrvin and Annie Snider and Noah Miller were here.

February, 1924

25. Monday. Fine day. Ella did her washing. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Alf. Shanty's

26. Tuesday. Beautiful day. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale and attended Amos Eby's sale.

27 Wednesday. Beautiful mild day. We butchered one pig for Mr. Jack Miller of Parker and one for Mr. Farrelly today. Noah Miller helped and was here for dinner

28 Thursday. Fine day. Walter& Vincent open the day in Elmina.

29 Friday. Cold, cloudy & windy. We butchered a big pig for ourselves today and made Jock Miller's summer sausage.

March, 1924

1. Saturday. Cold. Snowflurries Walter called at Noah Miller's & Creekbank

2. Sunday. Dreary. Started to snow this afternoon. We spent the day at home.

3. Monday. Dreary and mild. Ella & Vernon were sewing carpet rags today. Saw some crows.

4. Tuesday. Mild. Rained nearly all day. Walter& Vincent had their dinner at Ezra's and went to Zinger's sale.

March, 1924

5. Wednesday. Dreary, cold & windy. Ella did her washing today. Walter killed a big pig at Jno. Stange's today. The baker was here for dinner.

6 Thursday. Cloudy, cold& windy. Walter spent the day in Elmina.

7 Friday. Cold. Snowflurries. Walter went up to Heuderson's today and to choir practice at Enoch Snider's tonight.

8 Saturday. Cold. Very stormy. Elmo King helped to chop and was here for tea. Vincent helped Clayton Fleet to saw wood.

9 Sunday. Mild& dreary. We drove to church with Enoch's in the sleigh. Noah Miller visited Walter tonight

10 Monday. Cold Raw east wind Walter went to Elmina Fair today. Mrs. Rathgew, August & Hilda came here today.

11 Tuesday. Mild and dreary. Walter & Ella did the washing. Earl, Wesley Charlie & Noah Miller visited us tonight.

12 Wednesday. Mild & dreary. Walter went to {Dobberthener's?} sale today.

March, 1924

13 Thursday. Clear, cold & windy. Walter shipped hogs at Elmina today.

14 Friday. Clear cold & windy. We butchered 2 pig for Jack Boleuder's today

15 Saturday Clear cold & windy. We made J. Boleuder's summer sausage. Our company this afternoon - Otto, Norman, Laura, Esther, Ruther& Margaret Miller & Ezra Schneider. Edward Rathgew came tonight.

16 Sunday Clear windy and very cold. Ezra& Bert were here for dinner. Walter took Mr & Mrs. Edward Rathgew, Arthur& Hilda to Elmina this afternoon. Walter & Vincent visited Noah Miller's tonight

17 Monday. Clear, cold & windy. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Edmund Schwindts'.

18 Tuesday. Fine clear cold day. The men are drawing manure. Walter visited Addison Reish who is laid up with blood poising Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Charlie, Noah& Wesley were here tonight.

19 Wednesday Fine day. We butchered 2 pigs today for Mr. Archibald.

20 Thursday. Fine day. Ella & Walter went to Elmina and had dinner at Arf Kluicks. Charlie Miller visited us tonight.

March, 1924

21 Friday. Raw and dreary. We all went with Charlie in the big sleigh over to Henry Thur's farewell party tonight.

22 Saturday. Dreary, mild day. Walter was gadding today. Vincent went to Elmina today

23 Sunday Beautiful spring like day. We went to Woolwich S.S and church. Lincoln Weavers and family were here for dinner & supper.

24 Monday. Fine day. Ella went down to Grandpa Krauter's with Emerson's. Walter took chopping to Floradale and saw a robin today.

25 Tuesday. Cloudy & mild. Walter butchered a pig at Addison Reists' today. Charlie, Ezra & Wesley Miller visited us tonight.

26 Wednesday. Cloudy & colder. Snowflurries We butchered 2 pigs for Emerson's today.

27 Thursday. Cloudy. Rain & sun tonight. Walter spent the day in Elmina.

28 Friday. Beautiful day. Walter butchered a pig at Lincoln's today. Walter & Ella went to choir practice tonight

29 Saturday Dreary. Fierce wind, Thunder this afternoon and rain. Charlie Miller spent the night with Vincent.

March, 1924

30 Sunday. Cloudy & cold. Snowflurries We went to Woolwich church & S.S. this morning and to choir practice this afternoon. George & Lizzie Koepke were here for dinner

31 Monday. Clear, windy and very cold Walter & Vincent were working in the bush.

April 1924

1 Tuesday. Cold. Snowed all day. The men worked in the bush this afternoon.

2 Wednesday. Fair and cold. Walter attended the Annual Business Meeting at church this morning and they were in the bush this afternoon. {written above "and they were in the bush this"} Last cutter ride for this season.

3 Thursday. Lovely day. Walter spent the day in Elmina. Noah Miller visited in tonight The kildeers are screaming.

4 Friday Beautiful day. The meadow larks and song sparows are singing. The men worked in the bush. Walter & Ella went to choir practice tonight.

5 Saturday. Cloudy & raw. The men were cutting wood. Vernon spent the afternoon in Reists' bush where they are boiling syrup

6 Sunday. Rained last night. Cloudy& raw We went to Woolwich church & S.S. today. Vincent visited at Edmund Schwindts.

april 1923

7 monday beautiful day walter & vincent spent today in elmina

8 tuesday fine day the men working in the bush noah & charlie miller and melvin snider visited us tonight

9 wednesday dreary and drizzly

10 thursday clear cold & windy walter spent the day in elmina ella went down with him and took the bus to kitchener and did some shopping charlie & vincent worked in the bush

11 friday snowed this morning cold walter took a load of chopping to floudale and had his dinner at J.B sniders charlie & vincent worked in the bush lincoln weavers was here for supper walter & ella went to choir practice

12 saturday dreary & raw the men worked in the bush

13 sunday chaugeable showers we went to woolwich church this morning and choir practice tonight saw a pewee today heard the frogs tonight

14 monday cold & windy ella did her washing nick hoffer was here and they were making {fence?} bom - on apr.10. to mr & mrs herold hebel a sow glenn goldie.

april 1923

15 tuesday cloudy & raw wlater vincent & nick heffer were making fence ella went to a rag bee at norman's kings

16 wednesday cloudy & cold nasty east wind blowing. the new & nick hoffer finished the fence today

17 thursday cloudy & raw showers walter spent the day in elmina

18 friday good friday misirable this morning fine tonight walter went to player meeting this am vermon to practice this pm & we went to choir practice tonight vincent went to kitcheuer with melvin snider

19 saturday fair vincent took a load of chopping to horadale walter ella & vermon fetched the maple syrup at grandpa's written took grandpa to kitcheuer vincent & melvin went to kitcheurs

20 sunday easte sunday looks like winter this morning the ground is covered with snow bishop mage of haruishing penn preached at woolwich this afternoon mr & mrs egra maurer & mr & mrs menno they were here for tea. Jim weavers was hunt yesterday at floradale when his horae saw away.

april 1924

21 monday fair this a.m. rain & snow this afternoon we had the eastes concert tonight

22 tuesday snowing & storming we papered vermons bedroom today

23 wednesday fine cold & windy we papered vincecnt noon and started the hall emerson ceddie & marie called tonight

24 thursday lovely day vermon went to elmina with walter ella saw a butterfly we finished papering the hall we had the following company after tea - mr & mrs louis miller, charlie & egra mr & mrs noah miller ether ruth manganet & duphas and melvin snider

25 friday lovely day ella cleaned the upstair walter fixed the fence around the

26 saturday fine vincent was disking this orning and plowing thi p.m.

27 sunday fine we went to church and S.S this morning lincoln weavers a family visited us todaycliton hahus called this afternoon we had our easter entertainment tonight

28 monday lovely day ella did her washing and sowed sweet peas vincent was plowing and walter sowed some sweet clover seed ella saw a swallow

april 1924

29 tuesday lovely day vincent was plowing and walter was cultivating

30 wednesday foggy morning rain the men were cleaning seed grain

may 1924

1 thursday clear cold & windy annie snider went down to elmina with walter and was here for dinner ella cleaned the cellar maurer schwindts and adams had a surprise party at sick boliuders tonight. snow tonight

2 friday cold & windy the men were working on the land vincent sowed the peas walter killed a cow for mr adams tonight

3 saturday dreary & cold rain this p.m. walter & vincent were seeding

4 sunday lovely although cold we went to woolwich church & S.S this p.m. had company for tea - mr & mrs coleon jefferson & roy mr & mrs egra maurer & miss miriam maurer rev. hauch of winnipeg preached today

5 monday dreary & cold vincent book a load of chopping to floradale & coalter fixed the lawn fence this p.m. they were in the land choirs hillard & byrun letern of conestogo were here for tea

april 1924

21 monday fair this a.m. rain & snow this afternoon we had the eastes concert tonight

22 tuesday snowing & storming we papered vermons bedroom today

23 wednesday fine cold & windy we papered vincent rooms and started the hall emerson addie & marie called tonight

24 thursday lovely day vermon went to elmina with walter ella saw a butterfly we finished papering the hall we had the fallowing company after tea - mr & mrs louis miller charlie & egra mr & mrs noah miller eather ruth marganet & duphad and melvin snider

25 friday lovely day ella cleaned the upstairs walter fixed the fences around the gu

26 saturday fine vincent was disking this morning and plowing this p.m

27 sunday fine we went to church and S.S. this morning lincoln weavers a family visited us today clinton hahus called this afternoon we had our easter entertainment tonight

28 monday lovely day ella did her washing and sowed sweet peas vincent was plowing and walter sowed some sweet clover seed ella saw a swallow

april 1924

29 tuesday lovely day vincent was plowing and walter was was cultivating

30 wednesday foggy morning rain the men were cleaning seed grain

may 1924

1 thursday clear cold & windy annie snider went down to elmina with walter and was here for dinner ella cleaned the cellar maurers schwindts and adams had a surprise party at jack boliudens tonight snow tonight

2 friday cold & windy the men were working on the land vincent sowed the peas walter killed a cow for mr adams tonight

3 saturday dreary & cold rain the p.m. walter & vincent were seeding

4 sunday lovely although cold we went to woolwich church & S.S this p.m. had company for tea - mr & mrs coleon jefferson & roy mr & mrs egra maurer & miss miriam maurer rev. hauch of winnipeg preached today

5 monday dreary & cold vincent took a load of chopping to floradale & walter fixed the lawn fence this p.m. they were in the land chas hillird & byirn letern of constogo were here for tea

may 1924

6 tuesday dreary & windy ella did her washing the men were making fence we had company after tea - mr & mrs lin C weavers & doris, charlie & egra miller

7 wednesday thunder storm & rain last night windy & cool the men were making fence today

8 thursday cold & rain walter vermon went to elmina today

9 friday awful downpour of rain walter went to creekbank this morning and we papered the ceiling in the dinning room today

10 saturday lovely day the men took the fat cattle to elmina this morning & vincent took the day off

11 sunday cloudy & cool we went to woolwich church & S.S this morning took lincohns along and went up to grandpa krauter

12 monday cloudy & cold walter went to elmina monthly fair and yes mogk came up with him and was here for dinner bob luks sour

13 tuesday fair rain this afternoon rachel edna doris addie marie spent the day here and we quitted a quilt walter was seeding

may 1924

14 wednesday dreary thunder & rain the men were making fence noah miller visited us tonight

15 thursday rain this morn. fair walter shipped hogo at elmina had his dinner at hilliards & got the can fixed in conestogo vermon & vincent were cutting up apple trees

16 friday fair and quite warm the men were making fence ella cleaned the dinning room today

17 saturday cloudy & windy rain tonight walter sowed about three acres today ella cleaned her bedroom and varished the bedrooms

18 sunday rain colder tonight with snow we went to woolwich church & S.S. this p.m. melvin snider was here for tea and ruth and esther miller spent the evening here

19 monday hard frost east night cold walter vincent were making fence ella did her washing we went to ay pa meeting at the church and social at ed. beudens tonight the florafale y pa were over clareuce farneombe horses raw away and he was severly injured

may 1924

20 tuesday clear fine & cool the men were making fence today emerson addie & marie called on us tonight

21 wednesday cold rain this p.m. the men were making fence

22 thursday fair and some {what?} warmer walter spent the day in elmina vincent dug the front part of the gardens and ella raked it and we planted the onions noah miller visited us tonight alex melim snider

23 friday cloudy & windy ella did some planting in the garden walter was cultivating and vincent took chopping to floradale started to rain tonight

24 saturday awful downpour of rain last night windy & cool our callers tonight - charlie miller, noah miller, edmund bonw prarl nilliard & miltow eup

25 sunday cold showers & snow we went to woolwich church & S.S. this morn. noah miller ruth esthe marganel & orpha visited us today were here for dinner & supper

may 1924

26 monday fair ella did her washing and earned {abuarb?} the men were making fence our visitors tonight annie & eva snider charlie louis and egr miller arther & Julius molderuhauer and walter maiu

27 tuesday fair and milder the men were making fence ella went to heidelberg with noa miller today we got the sad news today that arletta died out at alsask saskatchwan

28 wednesday fine day walter plowed the gardew louis miller & charlie called in tonight and ella went to alma for a little spin in the studebaker

29 thursday fiar coldwind blowing walter was shipping hogs at elmina ella was at a quilting at yw.snider grandpa & grandma krauter & sony called in

30 friday fair cold wind blowing the men were seeding ella plauted potatoes corn cucumbers beets & squash

31 saturday fair the men finished seeding today vermon planted his school fair potatoes.

June 1924

1 sunday lovely day we took grandpa & grandma maurer along and visited at eduts for dinner and at edna for supper and visited victoria who is seriously ill at the K&W hospital

2 monday cloudy & milder ella did her washing the men were selling & cultaviting we went for a drive with mr.Jackson up to ms.cumming

3 tuesday cloudy & mild rain tonight the men were plowing ella was camming shubarb noah miller melina snider visited us tonight

4 wednesday fine day the men were plowing for corn

5 thursday lovely warm day ella went to elmina this morning with walter and to mrs.koepkes quitting this pm

6 friday fair walter was cutivating the corn field and vincent was plowing dor turnips wm jackson of elmina was here for dinner.

7 saturday very windy and cool walter planted the corn this afternoon we called at peter schmehls tonight born - at chesterville june 5 to mr & mrs lawrence douring a son.

june 1924

8 sunday dull & cold we were at church & S.S this mornign egra maurers & lincohn weavers and family were here for dinner and we all went up to emersons for tea

9 monday fine and cool ella did her washing walter went to elmina fair this morning and planted some this p.m

10 tuesday fair and warmer the men finished planting the potatoes and were working turnips feild we went to practice tonight

11 wednesday threatening rain tonight the men were drawing maurer

12 thursday clear and warm walter shipped hogs at elmina we went down to hilliard's tonight to see biulah who is home from buffalo city hospital

13 friday sultry vincent is drawing mauure walter cleaned up the butcher house first night of the beed ring

14 saturday fair vincent was drawing maurer walter took a load of chopping to floradale

15 sunday fine day we went to wool wich church this afternoon and to shjacohs childrens day with charlie miller tonight

June 1924

16 monday rare june day the men were plowing ella was painting woodwork in kitchen

17 tuesday fair and warm rain tonight walter sowed turnips today went to choir practice tonight

18 wednesday beautiful day me Jy hurst was here for dinner we went to flordale SS convention and ella was at alvin shaut 80 for tea

19 thursday lovely cool day vincent was drawing maurer walter shipper hog

20 friday very sultry severe thunderstorms and rain tonight vincent finished the maurer today

21 saturday lovely day the men were plowing and picking stones

22 sunday fine & warm we went to woolwich edmund bonn was here for dinner we to {conestog?} melthodish church this pm and to peter {murselhual?} for tea had a very nice time

23 monday sultry showers walt & vincent was plowing

24 tuesday cloudy & sultry the men were plowing we went to choir practice tonight

25 wednesday lovely daythe men were working up the buchwheah ground we went to the presbyterian garden party tonight

June 1924

26 tursday lovely day walter spent the day in elmina & waterlos vincent was sowing buckwheat

27 friday fair and warm the men rowed the rope today went to practice tonight

28 saturday sultry heavy rain this p.m the men were plowing this foremoon

29 sunday gloomy drizzly chilly day we were at church & S.School this afternoon and at sim weavers for supper

30 monday showery ella did her washing the men were plowing {lome?} {bnumaul?} of elmina this morning murdered his wife

July

1 tuesday lovely day day vincent went to {kitqheupr?} today walter was cultivating corn we went to the alma {mithordish?} garden party

2 wednesday fine day walter was cultivating corn today vinc. was plowing

3 thursday fair ella & vermon went to elmina with walter heavy rain around 6 o'clock we went to a {fries?} moving pictures show & band concert at elmina tonight with noah miller

july 1924

4 friday fine day the men were plowing we went to choir practice

5 saturday quite hot vincent left this morning walter was cultaviting and vermon rolling

6 sunday fair and hot walter & vermon went to church this mornign mr & mrs wm met & lornw of dayphen manitoba and grandpa & grandma krauter were here for tea clinton {hehnk?} called in this afternoon we had own childern's day this evening

7 monday sultry showery this p.m we got a new {man?} emerson witte go today he was sowing buckwheat and vermon was rolling ella was picking strawberries

8 tuesday showery our S.School had their picnic in waterloo parktoday

9 wednesday dull drizzly edna mildred and douis were here for dinner and we went down to grandpa's for some berries and stayed for tea

10 thursday clear and fine walter shipped hogs this morning and cut some sweet clovers this p.m emersons was cuttng thistles

july 1924

11 friday fine day walter finished cutting the sweet clovers and emersons was cuttig thistles

12 saturday fair and quite warm walter scuffed the potatoes. emerson took a load of chopping to floradale aubrey laurson was here for supper

13 sunday fair and very cool we went to woolwich church & S.School this p.m our company for supper - mr & mrs art kluick leonard & eleen and mrs yes huehueigard

14 monday fine and cool ella did her washing walter cultvated the corn and emerson scuffed the turnips

15 tuesday lovely day vermon & emerson hoed the potatoes this morning they brought in 5 loads of sweet clovers this afternoon

16 wednesday showers all day the men were hoeing turnips ella picked some strawberries in schwindt bush

17 thursday cloudy & cool walter shipped hogs at elmina they were hoeing turnips ella called on mrs king this afternoon

18 friday fair and cool roy came up from grandpa maurers today they put in 5 loads of sweet clover this p.m walter went to choir practice

july 1924

19 saturday lovely day luro of karms boys were here for dinner the men brought in 6 loads of sweet clovers today

20 sunday perfect day we went to church & S.School this morning mr & mrs earl miller were here for dinner noah earls haweys and was wet to kitcheuer park for our tea and took in the band concert by the saloations army bands which was very good

21 monday sultry & threatening walter was cutting this morning & emerson was raking they brought in 5 loads of hay ella did her washing anf canned some red cherries

22 tuesday some showers hot the men brought in 2 load of hay morgarel miller spent the afternoon with ella

23 wednesday sultry the men brought in 7 loads of hay

24 thursday sultry walter shipped pigs at chnira silas baumau came home with him they brought in 5 loads today rained hard tonight

25 friday fine the men were hoeing turnips.

july 1924

26 saturday sultry threatening the men brought in 8 loads of hay lome met of dauphins manitoba and mrs plang of detroch were here for dinner

27 sunday lovely day our company today mr & mrs cobson jedderson & roy mr & mrs harold hebel and glenn and ive laurson we went to floradale childerns day tonight

28 monday cloudy and threatening the men put in 7 loads of hay ella is sick in bed

29 tuesday cloudy & threatening the men brought in 1 load of raking

30 wednesday cloudy mrs schwindt was here all day did the work edua doin and rachel visited ella the men were scuffing

31 thursday fine and cool walter & cilars went to elmina this morning emerson was plowing ruth schwindt was here and did the work

august 1924

1 friday lovely cool day emerson plowed walter & silas were hoeing turnip ruth schwindt was here this morning

2 saturday lovely cool day walter wok a load of shopping and the hide to elmina and took in herb {mewbriney?} & salt silas went home over the weekend

august 1924

3 sunday cool and windy we spent the day at hillard's

4 monday cloudy sultry & sowery walter was plowing emerson took the day off {cwie?} holiday silas came bck tonight

5 tuesday very hot and close emerson was plowing walter & silas were hoeing turnips annie & eve were here this p.m.

6 wednesday very hot rain tonight emerson was plowing walter & silas finished the turnips and hoed the potatoes

7 thursday lovely day silas & noah miller went to elmina with walter and went up to krauter and got cherries and {mulberries?} emerson was plowing yes mogle was here for supper

8 friday very warm showers tonight emerson was plowing walter started cutting the rye noah miller were over tonight and we made ice cream

9 saturday cloudy & dull walter finished cutting the rye and silas & emersons stooked

10 sunday lovely cool day walter vermon & silas went to church & S.S this p.m.

11 monday fair rain tonight emerson plowed walter & silas took some small pigs to elmina fair and sold them

august 1924

12 tuesday fair and warm rain tonight emerson was plowing walké & silas took a loads of chopping to floradale vermon spent the day at schindts

13 wednesday fair emerson was plowing willard weavers spent the day here lincohn edna doris and mildred were here for tea melvin snider & homes somewille visites in tonight silas went to prayer - meeting

14 thursday fine day emerson was plowing silas was greosing harness rev. E.N. bean was here for dinner & got his harness

15 friday fair and warm the men brought in 6 loads of rye this afternoon

16 saturday cloudy a few sprikles of rain the men put in the rest of the rye 4 loads this p.m walter & lincohnwent to walter and brought back come russian immgrant mrs willams valentina leur & henry were here for the night

17 sunday cloudy and very cool walter took the willims family up to edlins this morning and went to woolwich church grandma krauter was here for dinner and we took her up to see du mc dubban and were at emerson krauter for supper harvey & lorne reish visited vermon

august 1924

18 monday lovely day ella did her washing the men were drawing wood home from the bush lincoln edler & mr. willims called on us tonight

19 tuesday dull miserable drizzly day the men were hauling wood from the bushs walter went to a temperance meeting at elmina

20 wednesday cloudy & threatening the men were drawing wood home from the bush mrs.yes snider visited ella this p.m emerson went to elmina's big night tonight.

21 thursday fine day walter shipped hogs emerson was scuffing turnips ella spent the afternoon at schwindts and stayed for tea walter brought two hollanders from elmina - coruelius lunemaun and duck {guidenvarh?} our callers tonight elma king victor kuhl mrs louis miller and charlie miller.

22 friday sultry & threatening the men hauled the limbwood on a pile in the bush walter went to choir practice

23 saturday fine day corneluis was cultivating walter & emerson were {bumming?} comeluis & emerson went to elmina tonight

august 1924

24 sunday fine and warm our company for dinner - dick guiddewaart ralph voisin mr & mrs albert krauter nd mildred & willard weavers we went to church this p.m and to noah miller's for tea.

25 monday beautiful day corneluis was cultivating and walter was raking this a.m this afternoon walter started cutting

26 tuesday lovely day walter went to elmina to get some repairs for the binders this morning he was cutting and cornilius & vermon were stooking ella brought in her onions from the gardens we went up to lincoln weavers tonight

27 wednesday warm and windy walter was cutting and cornelius stooking willard schurindt & herb miller visited vermon

28 thursday warm day walter shipped hog this morning and helped {otis?} miller pull peas this p.m cornelius was cultivating our callers tonight - silas & swin bauman and charlie miller

29 friday very warm cornelius was cultivating {otis?} miller was here and helped walter pull the peas a lightning rod a {gcut?} from mild may was here for dinner mr vollick

august 1924

30 saturday fair and warm the men brought in 6 loads of mixed grain and 1 load of rye raking emerson came back tonight

31 sunday very hot & sultry we went to woolwich church & S.School this a.m we went ot the dedication services of the mennonite church at elmina this p.m mr fno maurer mr clenemers & lilly maurer went with us our company for dinner - dick guideurant & melvin snider lillie was here for tea and stayed for the night

september 1924

1 monday labour day very warm our company for dinner - mr & mrs.Petis leesemers alice lloyd & hawey leesemer mr. clemmer and lillie maurer and for tea mr & mrs colsow jefferson & roy

2 tuesday rain this morning lovely day walter went down to willards today cornelius was cultivating emerson left for home tonight silas baumans called this evening

3 wednesday lovely day walter was cutting grain this morning this p.m. they were helping to thresh at noah millers mr crauford & {mr?} {illegible} are putting on news lightning rods and were here for the night

september 1924

4 thursday lovely day cornelius helped to thresh at enochs this foremoon walter shipped hogs at elmina we threshed this p.m. our help - joe laurson dick giuduvauit noah miller sam umbach louis miller & addison reist edua doris & ketruia kope called this p.m.

5 friday rain last night fair & cool we threshed till noon our help - louis miller melvin snider dick guidenwaart addison reist joe laurson machonald threshed forenoon walter finished cutting grain this p.m.

6 saturday cold & showery the men brougt in 6 loads of grain today

7 sunday fair and cool we went to woolwich church & S.S. this p.m. and to lincolns weavers for tea walter cornelius and noah miller went to elmina church this morning

8 monday dreary and drizzly corneluis helped to plow the pea field

9 tuesday cold miserable drizzly the men were plowing

10 wednesday very cold & windy vermon & ella went to the school fair vermon got 5th for wintering and 6th for potatoes the men brought in 4 loads of grain

september 1924

11 thurday fair and cold walter was shipping hogs this a.m. and corneluis was cultivating they brought in 3 loads of grain

12 friday fair the men brought in 9 loads of grain

13 saturday cool & windy & cloudy the men brought in 3 loads of grain this a.m. we all went to elmina fall fair this afternoon

14 sunday cool & drizzly we went to woolwich church & S.S this morning and to earl millers for dinnwe dick guidewaart was here for supper we went to st {jaerts evangel?} at church with earl millers tonight the men's adult bible clase of kilcheuer had charge of the service

15 monday cool & cloudy walter was raking & cornelius was cultivating they brought in 1 load (the last) of sheaves and 1 of raking born to mr & mrs {c 6?} jefferson a {illegible}

16 tuesday warm cornelius helped to thresh at emerson krauters today walter and ella brought in 1 load of raking and she vowed if she ever helped him again it would be a {preiturs?} {frost?} of insanity of {senility?} walter was sowing wheat walter went to temperature meeting at kitchere with mr adams.

september 1924

17 wednesday fine and warm corneluis & walter finished sowing the wheat this a.m. and were cutting bundocks this p.m.

18 thursday lovely day ella went to elmina with walter and had her dinner at art kluicks lincon weavers visited us this p.m. walter took 2 sows down to solomon reists

19 friday war & very windy the men started fall plowing walter took chopping to horadale

20 saturday rain corneluis was plowing

21 sunday dreary drizzly gloomy day mr & mrs charles hilliard come up here today walter went to woolwich church this p.m.

22 monday cloudy & cold walter charlie went up north to buy some cattle ida made over my blue serge dress

23 tuesday lovely day ella did her washing corneluis was plowing

24 wednesday fine day grandpa & grandma krauter were here for dinner ella & ida picked the pears walter & charlie returned tonight from their cattle buying expedition born on Sept. 16. {lo?} mr & mrs emerson krauter a daughter erla kathleen

september 1924

25 thursday lovely day the men got the cattle at alma this morning ella went to the school fair at floradale with schwindts and vermon with sniders walter shipped hogs and some over too charles & bert hilliard were here for supper noah miller spent the wening here

26 friday fine warm day walter helped to raise louis millers drwing shed this a.m and corneluis helped to thresh at schwindt this p.m. they started cutting the buckwheat walter mr. Adams were out collecting for temperauce cause tonight

27 saturday fair and warm walter finished cutting the buckwheat and vermon corneluis were stooking we took up the early potatoes in the garden

28 sunday rained all day we took fno kope and abram klasseu along and spent the day at grandpa krauters lincolns went down with yes stone

29 monday dreary raw and cold ella edna lincoln art klink & grandpa krauter went to wartburg today to attend the funeral of our cousin mrs martin mcdonnell she was buried at kinkore

30 tuesday rain all day ella was canning pears

october 1924

1 wednesday cold & windy walter got cider and apple bulter made at floradale this a.m. they were plowing this p.m. annie snider visited ella this afternoon

2 thursday wonderful day walter shipped hogs today ella & mrs earl miller spent the day in kitcheuer and had a good time

3 friday perfect day the men plowed walter went to choir practice tonight

4 saturday dreary& miserable rain this p.m. walter made a few rounds in the corn field robert {alkiuson?} died today of cancer

5 sunday cloudy & sultry thunderstorms and heavy rains this evening we went to church this afternoon egra & bert visited us today mr & mrs george brown of erbsville and mr & mrs jacob brown of elmina drove in on {assount?} of the storms and had tea here

6 monday fine and cool walter & ella went to bob atkiusons funeral this p.m.

7 tuesday cloudy & cool walter was cutting corn today but the old binder didn't work he went to a temperance meeting at elmina tonight

october 1924

8 wednesday lovley cool day walter was cutting corn ella went to ada bauma funeral at floradale with enoch & annie

9 thursday clear and cool walter went to elmina this morning he & corneluis helped to cut corn at coah millers this p.m.

10 friday they started cutting corn here around 10 a.m. the engine broke at 11 they got another tractor from alma hiram wheeler billy heith clarence farncombes were here for dinner the following men helped this p.m - noah miller melvin snider elma & jake king dick guidensant fno frank lincoln edler C. jameonbe and sam bind's man

11 saturday beautiful warm day they were cutting corn here till 4 p.m. earl miller helped in fno frank place

12 sunday lovely day we were at church S.S this morning where rev. jordan of {lllinon?} preached a splendid sermon we visited at grandpa maurer's today colsrons {hamld's?} edna & family & melvin smith were there we called at lincoln weaver's this evening

october 1924

13 monday fine day ella did her washing corneluis helped to cut corn at sam bind's eve laurson helped and they put in the buckwheat 10 loads vermon stayed home from school to help walter went to elmina temperance muting tonight

14 tuesday lovely daythe men started taking up turnips today mr hosking is working on the road and boarding here walter eda & vermon went to the social and {wiener?} roash at edmund schwindts tonight

15 wednesday fine day the men were working at the turnips dick was helping

16 thursday cloudy walter shipped hogs at elmina they worked at the turnips noah & earl miller visited us tonight

17 friday fines day the men took in 1 load of turnips 1 the last this morning and were taking up potatoes the rest of the day

18 saturday fair walter & cornelius helped to cut corn at elma king's& normans mr hosking went home to almad for the weekend

19 sunday lovely day we went to woolwich church and sunday school this p.m. silas & louida bauman were here for tea we went to floradale to a temperance meeting tonight dr hilliard of waterloo and miss pearson of preston were the speakers

october 1924

20 monday clear cold & windy ella did her washing walter & vermon finished up the potatoes today charles hilliard came up and was here for dinner & supper walter went to a temperance meeting at the woolwich school - house

21 tuesday cold & windy snowflurries walter put the potatoes into the cellar corneluis helped to cut corn at edlers till noon and plowed this p.m. ella brought in her beets cannot and gladiole bulbs walter ella noah miller mrs king and mrs schwindt went to a temperance meeting at jacksons hall tonight capt. harpen of toronto was the speaker and the salvation army band & two quartelles finished the music fine time

22 wednesday fine day walter & corneluis brought in the apple this a.m. this afternoon walter helped to cut corn at emerson krauters and corneluis plowed mr hosking & cornluis spent the evening at kings

23 thursday fair & cool ella went to vote with earl miller walter was a serutineer at floradale polling booth ontario voted in favor of retaining the o.j.a by a majority of about 40,000 votes hunnah for good old ontario!

october 1924

24 friday fair and warmer walter killed a pig for addison reisto today coreluis was plowing

25 saturday perfect day walter took a load of chopping elmina cornelius was plowing

26 sunday another perfect day we took henry gregler's along and spent the day at milt pepplers at waterloo

27 monday beautiful warm day walter & corneluis helped elmo king with his turnips today mr & mrs sim weavers visited us tonight

28 tuesday fine warm day walter & corneluis helped emerson take up turnips today enoch sinder called on us this evening

29 wednesday fair and warm the men were both plowing walter went to a hydra meeting at elmina tonight with S.Stange

30 thursday fair raw east wind blowing walter shipped hogs today corneluis was plowing

31 friday halloween cloudy & mild vermon's birthday he is 12 years old grandpa & grandma krauter & will hahn were here for dinner we all went to the halloween concert at creekbank tonight with earl millers.

november 1924

1 saturday fierce wind blowing walter & corneluis were plowing

2 sunday cold snowflurries we left this morning and spent the day at hilliards we had roast duck for dinner and as the can was not working (?) we stayed for the night

3 monday cold & windy walter & charlie were out selling cattle and we got home here around seven o'clock

4 tuesday cold & windy ella did her washing the men were plowing noah miller and emerson krauter visited us tonight

5 wednesday cloudy and warmer the men were plowing elmo king and edna {youer?} were married today

6 thursday cloudy and warm walter shipped hogs and had his dinner at peter musselmans at conestogs silas bauman visited us this p.m. and linchln edler and emerson krauter tonight

7 friday dreary & dreadfully windy the men were plowing

born - on nov. 4. to mr & mrs norman king a son claire lauerne

November, 1924

8 Saturday Cloudy and cold. Walter spent the day at {Jms. Franck's?}. Cornelius plowing.

9 Sunday Fair and cold. Walter went to church & school this morning. Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Haber, Reta, Wilma and Hilda visited us today.

10 Monday. Thanksgiving Day. Fine day. Walter, Ella, Cornelius and Vernon went to Kitchener to Edith's for dinner and to Bridgeport to Victoria's house for supper. We took Grandma Maurer & Miriam along.

11 Tuesday. Hazy windy & warm. Ella did her washing. Walter was hauling manure. Cornelius helped to thresh all day at Enoch's. Thunderstorm and {above line: a little} rain tonight. Emerson visited us tonight and helped add up the beef ring fingers.

12. Wednesday. Lovely day. Cornelius helped all day threshing at Enoch Snider's. Roy Elliot of Kitchener was here for dinner and traded Walter a coupe on old Lizzie

13. Thursday. Cloudy & raw. Rain & snow tonight. Walkter shipped hogs and then Hilliard came up with him. We had the Beef Ring Meeting here tonight and had a fair time.

november 1924

14 friday dull and cold the men were drawing {manure?} and plowing walter ella & vera went to a literay at yeo bolendens tonight vera & eila cleaned the dining rooms

15 saturday fine day the men finished the manure this morning and walter was away on business this p.m. vira & ella cleaned the kitchen

16 sunday cold snowing & storming walter ella vera & vermon went to church & S.S. this p.m. we went to choir practice tonight

17 monday very cold ella & vera did the washing walter took a load of chopping and spent the day in elmina charlie but and henry peumers got their head of cattle

18 tuesday cold snowflurries walter butchered a pig at enoch sniders corneluis opened the waste water drain we cleaned the storm wind runs and put them on we all went to the farewell party at kings tonight and vera was the belle of the ball

19 wednesday cloudy & raw walter worked on the road today grandpa krauter & will hahns were here for dinner our visitors this p.m. annie snider {quene?} & edith spies

november 1924

20 thursday fine day walter shipped hogs at elmina ella & vera went down with him ella went down to waterloo with the two and went up home with grandma krauter and will hahn walter came up for dinner and went to mrs. Sim goods sale melvin snider visited us tonight

21 friday damp cloudy & raw started to rain around 4 p.m. walter worked on the road corneluis was plowing mr. Hosking was here for dinner

22 saturday drizzly & nasty all day vermon & ella made the saurkraut the men were plowing

23 sunday cold snow flurries we went church & S.School and to egra maurers at floradale for dinner & supper and to practice at night

24 monday partly fair snowflurries ella did her washing corneluis helped to thresh all day at noah miller walter worked on the road in the forenoon and butchered a pig at harvey {schmidts?} this p.m.

november 1924

25 tuesday cold snowed all day noah millers finished threshing this morning and they started here at 10 o'clock these men helped - alex, macdonald, harry rennie, sam umbach, eurch snider, melvin snider and clark sobye

26 wednesday fair milder we finished threshing at 2:30 p.m. and had the same help as yesterday corneluis helped at elmo king's the rest of the day

27 thursday colder snowed all day walter & vermon went to elmina this morning corneluis helped all day at kings threshing

28 friday clear & cold snowflurries the men helped to finish threshing at elmo king's this morning and were both plowing this p.m. egra & bert visited us this afternoon

29 saturday clear and cold the men were plowing & cleaning buckwheat john & egra maurer were here for dinner ruth & esther visted ella this p.m.

30 sunday fair and cold snowflurries walter ella & vermon went to church & S.S. this p.m. and to practice tonight joe laurson was here for supper

december 1924

1 monday very cold snowflurries ella did her washing walter took a load of buckwheat alma this morning and some chopping a calt to elmina this p.m.

2 tuesday cold & dreary walter killed a beef for elmo king this morning and was trimming turnips this p.m. walter & ella went to a social at adam's given by the floradale L.a.

3 wednesday cloudy & dreary & milder cornelius help all day at fno stange's threshing walter took a load of turnips to alma

4 thursday lovely day ella went to elmina with walter and had her dinner at art klinck'scharlie miller visited us tonight

5 friday dreary started to rain before noon and kept it up all day & night walter took a load of turnips to alma

6 saturday dreary & drizzly the men brought home the cow and heifer from emersons roy elliot was here for dinner

7 sunday dreary & mild our company today - mr & mrs frank hamil betty & sonny mr & mrs colson jefferson lois & roy mr & mrs harold hebel & glen melvin smith pearl & but hilliard vera shuh milton {eux?}

December 1924

8 monday rain and musty & mild walter went to the elmina monthly fair melvin hoffer was here and fixed the wind mill ella baked the animal cookies today

9 tuesday cold & snowed all day walter butchered 2 pigs at otto millers cornelius took a load of turnips to alma ella picked over the apple today and {shnitged?} them we went to choir practice tonight

10 wednesday fine and cold snowflurries ella did her washing walter took a load of buckwheat to alma

11 thursday snowed all day ella went to elmina with walter and we had our dinner at kings corneluis took a loaf of chopping to elmina

12 friday mild snowflurries walter & cornelius helped to cut corn at his fathers we all went to creekbank school concert tonight and it was very good

13 saturday colder snowing & stormy vermon & corneluis took a load of chopping to floradale callers were - noah miller earl miller & norman king

december 1924

14 sunday cold snowing & storming vermon & walter drove to church & S.S with noah miller's in the big sleigh dick guidervaart was here for tea

15 monday cold mr waldie emerson & marie were here for dinner other callers - morley bolender hervey reist david frey & egra maurer walter killed two horses and one cattle beast today

16 tuesday fair east wind blowing walter was butchering at alf.shailtgs today corneluis helped to thresh at addison rusts this p.m.

18 thursday raw east wind blowing walter ella vermon & cornelius went to elmina with the big sleigh today ella & vermon had their dinner at art.kliuck's ella helped to cut the {gouns?} at earl miller's and stayed for tea we went to practice tonight walter killed a horse for egra today

17 wednesday raw and cold walter butchered 3 pigs today at philp bonus

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19 friday raw and cold we butchered a whopping big pig today for mr brunkard callers were - enoch snider emerson & marie krauter charlie miller & ed. bolender

20 saturday cold & stormy mr bunkard got his meat & sausage today

21 sunday cold snowflurries our company today - mr & mrs lincoln weaver willard mildred and doris

22 monday cold storming we butchered a pig for louis miller walter went to ms frank sale this afternoon we drove up to the school concert on the 8th tonight with schwindts in the sleigh

23 tuesday cold stormy we all went to the rehearsal tonight

24 wednesday cold snowflurries we had our christmas entertainment tonight

December, 1924

25 Thursday. Christmas Day. Very cold and stormy. We drove up to Grandpa Krauter's for Christmas dinner and got home again at 7:30 p.m. The roads were very heavy. Emerson's and Lincoln's droves up in the big sleigh

26 Friday. Clear and very cold. Lincoln's and Emerson's called in on their way home from Grandpa's and stayed for the night. Mr. & Mrs. Earl miller and Noah miller visited us tonight.

27 Saturday. Cold & stormy. Emerson's went home before dinner and Walter took Lincoln's home this afternoon

28 Sunday Cold, Snowing and storming. We went to church & S.S. this p.m. Elmo King and Dick Zuidervaart were here for tea

29 Monday. Very cold. Ella & Vernon did the washing Walter spent the afternoon at his father's and brought home the goose Vernon & Cornelius took a load of chopping to Floradale this p.m.

December, 1924

30 Tuesday. Not as cold as yesterday. Walter called at Noah Millers this morning and killed a horse this p.m. Eva Snider visited Ella and was here for dinner. Noah miller visited us tonight.

31 Wednesday. Fair Snowflurries. Walter was gadding this forenoon and killed Lottie the cow this p.m. and went to prayer meeting tonight Wm. Stewart was here for dinner. Willard Weaver came here this p.m. and is staying till tomorrow.

January 1925

1 Thursday. Cold & stormy We had Grandpa's goose for dinner and had the following company - Mr. & Mrs. Sein Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Willard, Mildred & Doris, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Krauter, Marie & Erla. The old horse 2 mo choked to death in the stable last night and Walter skinned him. {Koepkos?} called up and Walter went up there and

January, 1925

killed and skinned a horse for them this afternoon and stayed there for tea.

2 Friday. Not as cold. Walter butchered 3 pigs today at Enoch Schneider's.

3 Saturday. Snowed all day. We butchered a pig today for Mr. Joe Farley. Callers were - Mr. Bridge Emerson Krauter & Farley's son.

4 Sunday. Snowing & storming. Walter Ella & Vernon went to church & S.School this a.m. Walter went to choir practice tonight.

5 Monday. Fine day. Ella did her washing. Walter went to Alma this a.m

6 Tuesday. Cloudy & raw. Hoarfrost Ezra Maurer was here for dinner. Noah, Earl & charlie Miller visited us tonight. Other callers - Joe Hall, Henry Atkinson Wm. Stewart and Jack Hosking. Walter hitched up {Grice?} today for the first time .

7 Wednesday. Cloudy & raw. Walter & Elmo went to a sale above Drayton and Ella spent the afternoon with

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Eggs sold during 1923. Jan. 8. 4 doz. at 50 2.00 Jan.19. 4 doz. at 35 1.40 Jan.25 3 1/2 doz. at 40 1.40 Total for January 4.80

Feb. 8 5 1/2 doz. at 40 2.20 Feb.22 5 1/2 doz.at 40 2.20 Total for February 4.40

Mar.1. 2 doz.&11 eggs at 41 1.19 Mar.8 3 doz.& 4 eggs at 36 1.20 Mar.15 4 1/2 doz. eggs at 27 1.21 Mar 29 1 doz. at 23 1.61 Total for March 5.21

Api.12 10 doz. eggs &25 2.50 Api.20 2 1/2 doz. eggs &25 63 Api.26 12 doz. eggs&25 3.00 Total for April 6.13

May. 2 26 1/2 doz. eggs &25 6.63 May.11 20 doz. .................... 5.00 May.17 12 doz..................... 3.00 May.24 12 doz..................... 3.00 Total for May 17.63

Eggs sold during 1923

June 1 16 1/2 doz. eggs& 25 4.12 June 2 1 Setteng 31 June 8 14 doz. egg 25 3.50 June 10 3 doz. egg 25 15 June 15 12 doz. egg 23 2.76 June 22 14 doz. egg 23 3.22 June 28 10 1/2 .........21 2.20 Total for June 16.86

July 5 9 1/2 doz.egg 21 2.00 July 12 9 1/2 doz.egg 21 2.00 July 19 12 doz...........21 2.52 July 26 9...................23 2.07

                                                  8.59


Aug 2 6 doz.extra 25 150

           1 doz no1      23               23

Aug 9 5 1/2 doz extra 25 137

           2 1/2.....no 1     23            58

Aug 16 8 doz .extra 27 216

            4......no1        24              96

Aug 13 3 doz.extra 28 84

            6 1/2..  no1    25              172
            1/2......no1     30              10

forward 9.46

Sorwand August 9.46 Aug 30. 9.doz.& Extra 33 3.19

              1 doz.& fw   1.30       40

Total for Aug 13.05

Sept. 6. 8 doz.& Extra 33 2.64

              3 doz. No.1      30      90

Sept 13 1 doz. Extra 34 23.8

              2..      no..         31     62

Sept 20 4.doz. Extra 38 140

              2..      no.1        32       6.4
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lincoln's sausage

4 3/4 lbs. ribs 9 1/2 {f?} sausage 5 1/2 B Bone

sim's sausage

4 lbs. {f?} sausage

emerson

shoulder 17 1/2 lbs ribs 2 backbone 3 1/2


ella maurer grandpa krauter shoulder 18 1/2 lbs ribs 3 lbs backbone 2 1/2 lbs

ailmogk 21 king st

canadian belle's calf born febuary 23 1923 Dinah Lass's calf born march 27 1923

canadian belle's count fairfax

Dinah Lass's fed donald

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Ellamanda Krauter Maurer, “Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1923-1925,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed October 1, 2022, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/302.

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