Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1925

Title

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 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

1925

Is Part Of

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

{Black cover}

Ella Maurer's

Diary 1925.

Ella Maurer's

Diary, 1925

Cornelius Lunemann from

Hilliard was our hired man

Cornelius Marie {Antouius?} was

his full name

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Dick Zuiderwaart, also from Holland worked at Elmo King's.

January 1925.

1 Thursday. Cold & stormy. We had Grandpa's goose for dinner and had the following company - Mr & Mrs Sim Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Willard, Mildred and Doris, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Krauter, Marie and Erla The old horse Tom choked to death in the stable last night and Walter skinned him. Koepke's called up and Walter went up there and killed and and skinned a horse for them this afternoon and stayed there for tea.

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

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

4 Sunday. Snowing and storming. Walter, Ella and Vernon went to church and Sunday school this morning. Walter went to choir practice tonight with Noah Miller

January, 1925.

5 Monday. Fair day. Ella did her washing. Walter went to Alma this am.

6 Tuesday. Cloudy and raw. Everything is covered with hoarfrost. Ezra Maurer was here for dinner. Noah, Earl and Charlie Miller visited us tonight. Other callers - Joe Hall, Henry {Atkiuson?}, Wm. Stewart and Jack {Hosking?}. Walter hitched up Grace today for the first time.

7 Wednesday. Cloudy & raw. Walter & Elmo went to a sale above Drayton and Ella spent the afternoon with Mrs. King. Walter & Ella were there for tea. Dick & Cornelius went to Elmira tonight to skate.

8 Thursday. Cold & raw. Stormy. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today shipped some hides and got chop. Edith and Irene Spies spent the afternoon with Ella. Callers were - Geo. Noonaw and Wilkie Campbell.

January, 1925.

9 Friday. Beautiful sunny winter's day. Walter took some pigs up to Geo. Noonau's this morning and this afternoon they were trying to saw wood with Elmo Kuig's {illegible}. Our company for supper - Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snider and Mr. Jno. Maurer. We went to Literary at Joe. Spier's tonight and the programme was very good. Eli Martin's house just below Elmira burned down this p.m.

10 Saturday. Fair. Walter killed a whopping big pig for Mr. Norris today

11 Saturday. Very cold and windy We went to Woolwich church & S.S. this p.m. and over to Norman Snider's at Floradale for tea. These people were also there - Mr. & Mrs. Augus Weber, Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Schmidt and Mr. & Mrs. Harold {Hooden?} and we had a very nice time. Dick Zuidewaart was here for tea.

January, 1925

12 Monday Snowing & storming Walter went to Elmiora Monthly Fair today Addie, Marie and Erla visited Ella while Emerson went to Elmira and were here for dinner. They lived on the 10th of Peel.

13 Tuesday. Snowing & storming Ella did her washing. Walter helped to butcher at Jno. Giugericho today We went to Social at Noah Miller's tonight where they organized a E.L.C.E.

14 Wednesday. Clear and cold. Walter was butchering at Henry Atkinson's today. Ella did her ironing.

15 Thursday. Fair. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this a.m and attended Geo. Mattusch's sale this p.m.

16 Friday. Snowed all day. Walter & Emerson made a little {illegible} to near Luiwood today and had their dinner at Gordon Frickey's. Noah & Charlie Miller visited us tonight. Cornelius was drawing {mauure?}.

January, 1925.

17 Saturday. Fine, clear day. Lincoln, Willard and Mildred Weaver visited us this forenoon. Aubrey Lawson was here for dinner. Solomon Guigrich and son called this p.m. Cornelius and Dick went to Elmira tonight.

18 Sunday. Snowing & storming. Ella & Vernon drove to church & S.School with Enoch's in the big sleigh. Walter has a severe cold. Emerson, Addie, Marie & Erla were here for tea.

19 Monday. Clear & cold. Walter spent the day in the rocker beside the stove as he feels tough. Ella washed her dining room curtains. Ed, Coleuder called.

20 Tuesday. Changeable weather Started to storm something fierce this p.m. Walter spent the day in bed. Ella did her washing.

21 Wednesday. Fine day. Walter feels somewhat better. Emerson Stickney called on Walter and bought a calf from him

January, 1925

22 Thursday Fierce storm. Corneliys went to Elmira and got the sow Walter bought last Friday

23 Friday. Clear and cold. Walter went out to the barn again this afternoon. Cornelius went to West Montrose to see about a job. Noah and Charlie Miller visted us tonight.

24 Saturday. Cloudy and raw. There was a total eclipse of the sun this morning but owing to the clouds we didn't as much as get a glimpse of the sun which we heartily regretted. It was real dark for a minute or so. Cornelius took a load of chopping to Floradale this p.m. Walter killed a cattle beast for Elmo King. Callers were - Elmo King, Billy Bridge, Earl Miller, Emerson Krauter, Clareuce {Farncomnbe?} and Laura Miller.

January, 1925.

25 Sunday. Fine day. Walter went to church and Sunday school this p.m. Ella & Vernon have colds. Dick Zuidervaart was here for tea.

26 Monday. Snowing & storming. Ella did her washing. Walter killed 3 pigs at Harvey Schmidt's today. Cornelius got the chop at Floradale. Aubrey Lawson was here for tea and the night.

27 Tuesday. Terrible cold 20 below zero Aubrey left before dinner. We killed 2 pigs today for Emerson and he was here and helped.

28 Wednesday. Very cold. Walter killed 3 pigs and a beef at Jolce Bender's today.

29 Thursday. Cloudy and raw. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and went from there down to Hilliards

30 Friday. Cold & stormy. Walter returned home from Hilliard's tonight. Vernon has been home from school for two days.

January, 1925.

31 Saturday. Stormy and milder Walter was gallivanting all day.


February, 1925.

1 Sunday. Very cold. Walter and Vernon went to Sunday school this morning. Wes went up to Emerson's for dinner. Liuc's and Sim's were there too.

2 Monday. Cold and clear Candlemas Day/ We were at a party at Elijah Brdige's tonight They celebrated the 15th anniversary of their marriage. We got home rather late.

5 Tuesday. Fair. Ella did her washing. Walter butchered a big pig here for Mr. Ellis today. Noah Miller visited us tonight.

4 Wednesday. Fine. Walter went to Drayton this morning and had his dinner and supper at Emerson's Ella spent the afternoon at Schwindt's and was there for tea.

February, 1925.

5 Thursday Cloudy & quite mild Ella went to Elmira with Walter and they had their dinner at Kuig's. Ella's birthday. She is 34 yrs. Hully gee! but she's aging up. This morning Phoebe was dead in the stable. Death due to unknown causes, althought we surmise that she was hooked to deathly Diuiah Lass as she was loose.

6 Friday. Cloudy and mild Walter made two trips up to Emerson's today. Ella's callers - Laura Miller and Irene Spils

7 Saturday. Fine warm day Just like spring. Walter & Earl Miller made a trip to Drayton today with the cream Callers. - Louis Miller and Clarence Farncombe. Married - In Philadelphia, Peun. Allew H. Krauter to Miss Marie Litowitz both of Dauphin, Maw.

February, 1925.

8 Sunday. Mild spring-like day We drove to church with Enoch's in the sleighs. It rained when we were coming home. Lincoln's called in. Dizk Zuiderwaart was here for tea.

9 Monday. Mild and dreary Heavy rain this afternoon. Walter took 16 small pigs to the Elmira Fair and sold them. We had real surprise today when Allow called up from Toronto and told us that he and his bride were coming this p.m. They came up here with Walter in the seligh. Grandpa Krauter came here from Elmira this p.m. Ella see two sea gulls todau.

10 Tuesday. Cloudy & dull. Not very cold. Emerson had an auction sale today and had a good crowd there in spite of the roads being in a terrible condition. Ezra, Bert, Isaac Lichty, Allen

February, 1925.

Continued -. Marice,Annie Snider, Mrs. Elmo King and Ella we went up to Emerson's together this morning. We walked home again tonight and arrived home tired but happy at 11 p.m.

11 Wednesday. Colder. Stormy. Walter & Cornelius brought some things home from Emerson's and were there for dinner. Grandpa came down here from Lincoln's and were here for the night.

12 Thursday. Snowing & storming. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today Grandpa Krauter went down with him and went home from there. Noah Miller and Lincoln Weaver visited Walter tonight.

13 Friday. Snowing & storming Walter butchered a cow and a big pig at Koepke's today. Cornelius went to Hamilton yesterday and returned tonight.

February, 1925.

14 Saturday. Fine and clear. Cold, wind. Walter took Allen and Marie to the station this afternoon.

15 Sunday Fine day. We went to church and S.S. this morning where Mr. Thomas Toombs ex - M.P.P of gave a temperance address We were at Leon Wagner's for dinner. Dick Zuiderwaart was here for tea.

16 Monday. Snowed all day. Ella did her washing. We butchered the big black today Cornelius took a laod of chopping to Elmira also the hams, shoulders and ribs to Mr. Muth's. Walters callers - Alex Boroboy, Geo Beuder, Noah Miller, Lincoln Weaver, Normaw Atkinson and Mr. Bosomiworth.

17 Tuesday. Clear, cold & windy Walter butchered 2 pigs at Osiss Baumau's today.

February, 1925.

18 Wednesday. Fair and cold. Milder with snow tonight. Walter made three trips up to Emerson's and brough home the implements. Vernon has a bad cold and stayed home from school. The neighbors had a farewell party at Emerson Krauter's tonight and presented them with a jardiniere stand and smoking set. Walter and Ella went had a real good time and arrived home in the {illegible} home.

19 Thursday. Cloudy and quite mild Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Her left his horse there, took the trolley to Waterloo and had his ear attended to by Dr. Noecker. He had his dinner at Edith's in Kitchener and arrived home at 7.30 p.m. Cornelius took a load of chopping to Elmira

February, 1925.

20 Friday. Fine day. Walter butchered 3 pigs at Ezra Stickney's today. Cornelius took part of a sleigh over to Floradale to have it fixed. Cornelius and Ella went to a Hocket Match at Elmira tonight with Kiug's in the sleigh. Elmira played Kincardius and the score was 6 - 1 in favor of Elmira.

21 Saturday. Dreary drizzly gloomy day. Walter killed a pig this morning. This p.m. he and Earl took the cream up to Drayton Cornelius took the dressed pig to Elmira and brought the sleigh home from Floradale.

22 Sunday. Dreary & drizzly Walter & Ella drove to church & S.S. with Enoch's in the sleigh. Cornelius had his tea at Kruig's/

23 Monday Rained all day. Ella did her washing. Addison Reist visited Walter this afternoon.

February, 1925.

24 Tuesday. Very misty day. Walter & Cornelius got a load of moving loaded at Emerson's and brought it here. Ella was up at Enoch Snider's this afternoon, helped to quilt and stayed for supper.

25 Wednesday. Dreary, dull, drizzly day. The neighbors moved Emerson's household effects to Heidelberg today. Ella went along and stayed at Grandpa Krauter's for dinner and the afternoon. Elijah Bridge, Lloyd Dobberthein Clarence, Farmcombe and Andrew Henuderson ^ and Walter each took a load.

26 Thursday. Very cold & fierce storm. Walter shipped hogs this morning and went to Johnson's sale this p.m. Earl Miller came up for Ella this morning and she helped Ella Miller piece a comforter and came home with Walter.

February, 1925.

27 Friday. Very cold & stormy Ella's flower plants all froze last night. Levi Bauman was here this a.m. and got the sow he bought from Walter. Joe Hall spent the afternoon with Walter at the barn.

28 Saturday. Fair and cold. Walter went up to Koru's this morning and they brought home a load of hay from Temple's this p.m. Herbie Miller spent the afternoon with Vernon and they were skating.

Ella saw some crows on the 25th of February.

On Saturday February 28 there was an earthquake felt through out Ontario and Quebec. Three people are said to have been killed by shock. We didn't feel it at all although some of the neighbors did

March, 1925.

1 Sunday. Snowed all day. Began to storm tonight. Walter & Vernon went to S.School and church this morning and Walter & Lincoln went to a teacher's meeting this p.m. Lincoln, Edna, Willard, Mildred and Doris were here for tea.

2 Monday. Very cold and stormy. The men brought home 3 loads of hay from Temple's barn.

3 Tuesday. Cold and raw. The men brought home 2 loads of hay from Temple's also the buggy They got a load of wood sawed at Elmo Kriug's. Noah and Charlie Miller visited us tonight.

4 Wednesday. Fair and some what milder. Snowflurries. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Lincoln Weaver's today. Jack Miller's son of Parker brough another pig to kill. Ruth & Ruby Schwindt called on Ella this p.m.

March, 1925

5 Thursday. Fine day. Walter went to Elmira this morning and to Drayton this afternoon.

6 Friday. Beautiful spring day. We killed a pig here for Jack Miller of Parker. Ezra Maurer spent the day here. Walter, Ella, and Vernon went to the Literary at Angus Weber's tonight. The ladies had charge of the programme.

7 Saturday. Fair. Raw east east wind. We killed a pig here for Sam Brunkard. Walter took a pig he sold down to Leon Wagner's this p.m. Thunderstorm and rain tonight after supper.

8 Sunday. Fair. Raw cold wind We went to church & S.School this p.m. Our company for tea tonight - Mr. & Mrs. Weslet Umback. Mr & Mrs. Elmo Kruig and Miss Phyllis Kruig.

9 Monday. Fair and windy. Ella did her washing and ironing. Walter butchered 2 pigs at Addison

March, 1925.

Reists today. These people visited us tonight - Noah Miller, Chas Miller, Lincoln Weaver and Mr. & Mrs. Weslet Umbach

10 Tuesday. Mild spring like day Rained this morning and thunder storms and rain tonight. Walter and Ella helped to butcher at Louis Miller's today. We saw three robins this morning

11 Wednesday. Cold, clear & windy. Ella went to Elmira this morning with Walter and had her tooth treated by Dr. Hillis. She called on Mrs. Art Kluick who is sick in bed, also had her dinner there this p.m. Walter went to Orville Shautze sale and Ella visited Mrs. Norman Snider Ella saw some blackbirds yesterday and a bluebard and a meddowlark today

March, 1925

13 Friday. Cold and raw. Heavy snowfall this afternoon. We killed a pig for ourselves today. Oscar Schierholtz got two sows from Walter

14 Saturday Cold. Snowflurries Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this morning and went to Karu's sale this p.m. McGeunis Bros. from the 12th of Peel bought two sows from Walter. Noah and Charlie Miller visited us tonight.

15 Sunday. Everything is covered with ice. Clear and cold day Walter & Vernon went to S.S. and church this a.m. and Walter went to Y.P.A. with Lincoln tonight.

16 Monday. Fine day. Walter took chopping to Louis Miller's this a.m. and to Floradale this p.m. We got the sad news today that Mrs. Allew {luyder?} McBrider Mich died last night and Ella's heart is heavy as lead {illegible} death hes caused a void in her life that can never be filled. No school as Miss Young is ill. Vernon was coasting at Hoffer's this p.m.

March, 1925.

17 Tuesday. Fine day. We killed two pigs for Grandpa Maurer today and Grandpa was here for dinner Heard the song sparrows today

18 Wednesday. Mild day. Walter butchered 3 pigs at Welbert Beuder's today. Tornado in Indiana, Illinois and Missouri today. Hundreds of people killed and thousands injured

19 Thursday. Rained hard last night. Turned cold and very windy this morning. Ella went to Elmira with Walter and they had their dinner ar Art. Kliuck's The roads are fierce in places.

20 Friday. Fine day. Walter called at Temple's and Kruig's this morning and picked over the potatoes this afternoon. Beginning of spring

21 Saturday. Chaugeable. Showers. Walter's father was here for dinner Other callers - Earl Miller, Otto & Laura Miller.

March, 1925.

22 Sunday. Cold. Snowflurries We went to Woolwich church and S.S this p.m. did up the chores and went over to Augus Weber's for tea. Mr. & Mrs Normaw Snider and Philip Beisel were also there and we had a nice time.

23 Monday. Clear, fine day, although rather cold. Ella did her washing. Cornelius was drawing {mauure?}. Walter got a load of {posts?} at Kauru's

24 Tuesday. Fair. Thunder and heavy rain tonight. Walter & Cornelius were over at Elmo's this morning trying to saw wood. Walter & Will Kiug went to Israel's sale this p.m. Will Kiug was here for tea.

25 Wednesday. Fair. Walter butchered a big pig at Herb. Norris's today. Mr. Waldie, Leia and Margaret visited us tonight Vernon & Ella walked over to Resists bush " Married - Albert Edward Hilliard and Vera Shuh.

March, 1925.

26 Thursday. Fine warm day. Walter & Ella went to Elmira and Ella had her tooth treated at Dr. Hillis' office. Ella had her dinner at Kiug's and called at Salome's. We had our supper at the Chinese Cafe and spent the evening at Philip Beisel's. Thunderstorms and rain tonight.

27 Friday. Colder. Walter went to a Creamery meeting at Elmira this p.m. Miss Ethel Young came home from school with Vernon and is staying over the week-end. Mrs. Elmo Kiug came over too for tea and Elmo after tea and we had quite a wild time playing crokinole.

28 Saturday. Cold and windy. Cornelius went to Elmira tonight.

29 Sunday. Cold. Snowflurries. Walter & Vernon went to S.S. & church this a.m. Ezra, Lydia and Alma Thurs were here for tea. and they went to League tonight.

March, 1925.

30 Monday. Cold and windy. Walter took Miss Young and Vernon to school this morning and called at Heuderson's Atkinson's and L. Weavers His callers - Geo. Beuder, Daw Horst & szon Daniel and Harold Noris.

31 Tuesday. Clear, cold & windy. Walter & Ella did the washing. Walter & Jno. Stauge went to Sidney Lichty's sale this afternoon. Ella visited Mrs. Elmo Kiug at the bush this afternoon. Dick Van Gilst one of Cornelius chums from West Montrose walked up here and was here for tea and the night.

April 1925.

1 Wednesday. Clear, cold & windy Cornelius left our place today and Dick Van Gelst went with him Cornelius may go to Bloomingdale to work for Amasa Schweitzer. Aubrey Lawson arrived today. Walter attended the annual business meeting at the church this a.m. Snowflurries this p.m. Lincoln Weaver was here for dinner and Walter went to Elmira with him. Adam Mattusch died suddenly at Elmira today.

2 Thursday. Drizzly this morning. Cleared up fine. Ella went to Elmira with Walter and had her tooth treated by Dr. Hellis. Walter also had some work done. Ella had her dinner at Art. Kliuck's. Walter Ella & Vernon went to the Literary at {illegible} Norman Snider's. First ride in the coupe. for this spring. Walter sang in several quartets with N. Snider, Augus Weber & Philip Beisel The men {wendered?} the programme.

April, 1925.

3 Friday Lovely spring day Walter sold 3 calves to Geo. Beuder and took them to Alma. Isaac Martin of Peel was here for dinner Aubrey was plowing today.

4 Saturday Clear cold & windy Aubrey was plowing. Vernon & Ella boiled maple syrup in Kiug's bish this p.m and got about 1 1/2 gallons. Walter helped saw wood at Elmo's

5 Sunday. Fine & clear. Cold wind blowing. We went to Woolwich church and S.S. this p.m. Walter went to choir practice tonight and Ella and Vernon visited Mrs. Adams. Aubrey went to Drawyton tonight. Liuc;s were here for tea

6 Monday. Lovely day. Our fat cattle went to Alma today. Emerson Stauge & Dan. Herst helped Aubrey got home from Drayton at noon. Mrs. Logel and son of Glenallen were her for dinner Ella did her washing and cleaned up the yard. Walter & Vernon boiled in Kiug's bush tonight and spilled the syrup

April, 1925

7 Tuesday. Fine spring day. Heard the frogs for the first time last night. Aubrey was plowing all day. Walter took a little Hereford bull up to Logel's near Glenallen Ella sowed the sweet peas and some lettuce and radishes. Oscar Ritter's house burnt today while they were away at young Battenburg's funeral.

8 Wednesday. Fine spring day. Ella saw a butterfly tofday. We killed a pigfor Mrs. Farncombe this morning. Walter was boiling syrup in Kiug's bush this p.m. Aubrey was plowing all day

9 Thursday Lovely warm day. Walter & Ella went to Elmira and had their dinner at Art. Klinck's. Aubrey took 4 hogs down. Walter took off the storm windows today. Walter got home seed grain at Mrs. Farncombe's Mrs. Sam Ambach died this morning.

April, 1925.

10 Good Friday. Cloudy & mild Aubrey was cultivating this a.m. and Walter & Vernon were cleaning seed grain This p.m. Walter was sowing mixed grain and Aubrey harrowed Edua & Doris were here tonight while Lincoln went to practice.

11 Saturday. Windy & colder. Walter finished sowing the field beside the house this morning and went to Drayton after dinner. Stanley Bender committed suicide by hanging himself in his father's barn this morning Vernon brought home a bouquet of hepaticas and spring beauties ^ from the bush for me today.

12 Sunday. Cold & windy. Easter Sunday. We went to Woolwich church and Sunday school this morning. We were practicing a song this p.m. for Stanley's funeral tomorrow

April, 1925.

13 Monday. Windy and cold. Vernon and Ella did the washing this morning and Walter went to Elmira. This afternoon we went to Stanley Beuder's funeral. Walter's callers tonight - Mrs. Atkinson, Norman Albert and Kenneth & Clarence Farncombe

14 Tuesday. Thunderstorm and rain last night. Vernon dug the small square bed in the garden and Ella was raking. The men were seeding.

15 Wednesday. Thunderstorms and rain last night. Cold & windy Walter took Ella and Vernon to St. Jacob this morning and grandpa got them there. Grandma made taffy and maple syrup this p.m. Maud Eugelton, Mrs. Albert Hoss, Emerson, Marie, Addie and Erla were at Grandpa's for taffy tonight.

April, 1925.

16 Thursday. Cold and windy Gramdpa brought Ella and Vernon to St. Jacobs this morning and they took the bus to Elmira. They had some work done by Dr. Hillis and had their dinner at Art. Kliuck's. Ben Miller died today at about 5.30 p.m.

17 Friday. Fine day. The men were seeding. Ella helped at Earl Miller's this afternoon.

18 Saturday. Beautiful day. Walter got some seed grain at Edler's this morning and was cleaning stables this p.m. Aubrey was cultivating Vernon & Ella dug the two small flower beds

19 Sunday. Cold. Rain snow & sleet. Miserable wet day. Vernon & Walter went to Sunday school this morning Ella helped all day at Earl Miller's Ben Miller was buried today and there was a large crowd at the funeral.

Ella saw a bee yesterday Apr. 18.

April, 1925.

20 Monday. Cold and windy. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this p.m. Walter & N. Miller went to Elmira tonight to hear Rev. C.F. Derstiue at the Mennonite church. Mrs. Louis Miller visited Ella this afternoon and was here for tea.

21 Tuesday. Cold and windy Ella did her washing. Walter went to Elmira to hear the Umbach assault case and took a load of chopping to Louis Miller's tonight Aubrey was plowing.

22 Wednesday Lovely mild day. Walter butchered 2 pigs today for Wes Umbach. Aubrey plowed.

23 Thursday. Fine and very warm. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and he and Ella went to Kitchener this p.m with Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller. Aubrey was plowing this a.m. and sowing again this p.m. Our vistors for tea - Mr. 7 Mrs. Louis Miller Charlie, Wesley & Herbert Miller and Joe Hall.

April, 1925.

24 Friday. Fine day. Ella saw a swallow this morning. Walter got two calves at Norman Snider's and was there for dinner. Aubrey was sowing & harrowing. Ella was cleaning upstairs.

25 Saturday. Fine and warm. Walter was fixing things around the house all day. Aubrey was seeding

26 Sunday. Very warm day. Walter & Vernon went to .S.S. & church this morning. Our company for dinner - Mr. & Mrs. Albert Krauter Mr. & Mrs. Louis Miller and Charlie. Tonight after supper we went to the Mennonite church at Elmira with Louis Miller's in their new Studebaker Rev.C.F. Derstine a mennonite evangelist from Kitchener S.G. was the speaker. Wm. Brox died at Elmira this morning of pleural-pneumonia

April, 1925.

27 Monday. Clear. Cold wind blowing Walter & Ella did the washing this morning. Aubrey was cultivating Ella planted her dahlias and sowed morning flories & scarlet runners Mr.&Mrs. Wes. Umbach visited us tonight.

28 Tuesday. Fine and warmer. Walter & Aubrey were plowing. Ella did her ironing. Ella's callers this afternoon were Ruth & Rubt Schwindt Edith Spies and Mrs. George Snider.

29 Wednesday. Cold & windy. Walter & Aubrey were plowing. Walter plowed the garden today.

30 Thursday. Cloudy cold & windy Aubrey was seeding and harrowing. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira Ella planted early potatoes, onions carrots and some flower seeds-larkspurs, california poppies, nigellas, pinks, and scabiosa.

May, 1925.

1 Friday Miserable cold wet day. Shower & snowflurries We butchered a pig today for Mr. Walde. Mr. Walde and Lena were here for dinner. Aubrey was plowing Our company after tea - Joe Hall, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Russel and Lloyd Farncombe.

2 Saturday. Looks like winter this morning. The ground is covered with snow. Showers & snowflurries Cleared up this afternoon. Walter butchered a pig here for Alf.Shautz and took it to Elmira. Eva Snider and Alf Shautz were here for dinner Aubrey left after dinner for Drayton

3 Sunday. Fair. We went to church and Sunday school this p.m. and up to Lincoln Weaver's for tea. Walter & Lincoln went to League.

May, 1925.

4 Monday. Cloudy, cold & windy. Walter helped Ella with the washing this morning. Ella planted some more onions and radishes also beets this afternoon. Walters callers - Clayton Esh, Orviille Shautz and Henry Rees. Audrey was disking the back orchard. Noah Miller and Alfred Fromhold visited us tonight after tea.

5 Tuesday. Cloudy, cold & windy Ella did her ironing and planted the gladish bulbs and some peas and phlox. Vernon and Ella got some bush grounds and potted some slips. Aubrey & Walter sowed the peas and Vernon's Marquis wheat in the back orchards. Joe Lawson visited us tonight.

6 Wednesday. Cloudy cold & windy Mrs. George Snider was here this p.m. and we boiled soap. The men sowed the spelts today. Earl & Ella visited us tonight.

May, 1925.

7 Thursday. Cloudy, cold & windy Hard frost last night. Snowflurries. Ella went to Elmira with Walter today Aubrey was plowing. Walter & Earl went to Jno. Schwints tonight to see some pigs Ella & Vernon hekped Ella Miller do some papering till the men got back.

8 Friday. Clear, cold & windy First sunshine in a long while. Aubrey was plowing ad Walter hauled manure. Jim Franklin was here for dinner We took Ruth Schwindt along and went to the Literary at Mrs. Aaron Snider's tonight and had a real good time

9 Saturday. Fine day. Warmer. Walter was drawing manure and Aubrey was plowing. The following people were here to practice for Mothers Day tonight - Mrs. Sam Bind, Mrs. Ed. Bender, Noah Miller and Esther and Kenneth Schwindt.

Born - On May 10, to Mr. & Mrs. Leon Wager, a daughter - Ruby

May, 1925

10 Sunday. Fine day. Some good showers this evening. The Floradale Sunday school visited Woolwich this morning where the mother's rendered the programme. This afternoon the Woolwichers went to Floradale Sunday school and we enjoyed the day very much We went to Ezra Maurer's for tea. This evening one of Martin Bowman's girls at Floradale got two fingers and the thumb of her right hand shot off while playing with a dynamite cap. Amos Eby's car was stolen tonight. One of Jorail Musselman's boys was buried today.

11 Monday. Clear and fine. Cold wind blowing. Walter was drawing manure and Aubrey was working up the root ground.

12 Tuesday. Fine day. Ella did her washing. Aubrey was plowing and Walter was drawing manure. Walter went to a Finance Meeting at the church tonight

May, 1925.

13 Wednesday. Fine day. Walter sowed the mangelo today. Aubrey was plowing in the corn field. Ella was down at Earl's this afternoon helping to paper the dining room and stayed for tea.

14 Thursday. Clear. Cold wind Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Aubrey was plowing.

15 Friday Lovely warm day. Ella saw bobolinks. Walter spent the forenoon in Alma. Aubrey was plowing. Ella cleaned the parlor and dining room today.

16 Saturday. Cloudy morning Rain this afternoon. Walter finished the manure and Aubrey was plowing. Silas Bauman visited us today and was here for dinner and supper. Aubrey went to Drayton tonight. Art Kliuck took Salome down to the Hospital again for an operation.

May, 1925.

17 Sunday. Cloudy cold and drizzly. We spent the day at Grandpa Krauter's. {Sirus?} & Liuce were there too.

18 Monday. Fair and warmer. The men harrowed the corn field and picked stones. Ella put up the curtains and varnished the linoleum in the fining room. Hard frost last night.

19 Tuesday. Lovely day. Ella did her washing and planted corn, melons, cucumbers, beans, etc. The men were picking stones. The doctors opened Salome and found her full of cancers.

20 Wednesday. Beautiful day. The men were picking stones. Ted. Musselman's barn at Elmira burned down tonight. Six cows, six calves and some implements were destroyed in the fire. Ms. Osias Bauman, Miss Bauman and little Luccida called here tonight.

May, 1925.

28 Thursday. Cloudy. A few little showers. Walter shipped hogs today Aubrey was disking & harrowing the corn field. Mrs. Koepke came up with Walter and was here for dinner. Other callers - Irene Spies, Mr. Adams, Otto Miller, Charlie, Louis & Mrs. Miller.

29 Friday. Sultry. Cooler tonight Aubrey was harrowing and rolling Walter sowed some of the corn today Walter Ella and Vernon went to a concert in Bergman's hall at Floradale {givere?} by the Helper's class, a class of young girls and it was good.

30 Saturday. Warm & cloudy. Walter finished planting corn today and sowed sweet clover seed. Aubrey plowed.

31 Sunday. Sultry. Shower this pm. We went to church & S.S. this p.m. Mr. & Mrs. Otto Miller, Norman and Laura were here for tea.

June, 1925.

1 Monday. Sultry. Thunderstorms and a little sprinkle of rain this p.m. Ella did her washing. Aubrey plowed

2 Tuesday. Sultry. Walter was fixing fence and they put out the two colts Grace & Rex.

3 Wednesday. Very hot. We left this morning and took a joint through Elmira, St. Jacobs, Waterloo, Kitchener, Petersburg, Baden, New Hamburg Shakespeare and {illegible}. We had dinner at Will Mohr's and tea at Theo. Wagner's and brought some cheere from Baden.

4 Thursday. Very hot. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today. Charles Hilliard came up this p.m. and stayed for the night. Aubrey was cultivating.

5 Friday. Very hot & sultry. Aubrey was plowing. Charlie left for home this afternoon. Walter went to practice at Floradale tonight

Junr, 1925.

6 Saturday. Very hot. Walter Ella & Vernon also Grandpa Krauter's and Emerson's motored to Wartburg and atended the funeral of Ella's aunt Mrs. Pauline Dill. We met many friends and acquaintences there

7 Sunday. Very sultry. Walter went to church this morning. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Harvey Schmidts for tea and the evening Garbutt Jackson called this p.m.

8 Mondau. Sultry & hot. Lincoln Weaver went to Elmira with Walter and Edua & Doris spent the day with Ella.

9 Tuesday. Fine day. Wesley Miller and Esther Witzel were married today. Aubrey harrowed the corn and they sowed the turnips today. Ella did her ironing and hoed in the garden. Our callers tonight - Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Noah Miller, and Alf Fromhold.

Junr, 1925.

10 Wednesday. Cold & windy. Noah Miller called on Walter and was here for dinner. Walter & Ella went to practice tonight. (Planted spuds)

11 Thursday. Fine day. Slight frost last night but no damage was done. Walter & Ella went to Elmira this morning. The men finished planting the potatoes this p.m. We were at an ice cream party at Earl Miller's tonight. Two bootleggers went into the ditch at Jno. Miller's culvert and smashed a wheel.

Weddings-

On June 10 - Wesley Miller and Ether Witzel.

On June 11 - Clayton Mohr and Vera Snyder

On June 11 - Oscar Schierholtz and Aleda Reist

On June 10 - Lloyd Dobberthein and Ivy Flewelling.

June, 1925.

12 Friday. Windy & hot. Walter cleaned up the butcherhouse today. First night of beef ring.

13 Saturday. Windy. Started to rain this afternoon. Walter & Vernon got a load of oats at Koepke's.

14 Sunday. Lovely day. We went to Woolwich church & S.School this p.m. and went to Grandpa Maurer's for tea. Aubrey spent the day at Winfield

15 Monday. Hot & sultry. Ella Miller helped and we papered the kitchen today. Aubrey was plowing

16 Tuesday. Fine day. Walter took a load of chopping to Louis Miller's and stayed for tea. Alfred Ritter was here for supper. Aubrey plowed.

17 Wednesday. Changebale Grandpa & Grandma Krauter spent the day here. We attended the two sessions of the Township S.S. Convention today. Our company - Mr. & Mrs. Rickert, and two Mrs. Letson's all of West Montrose

Junr, 1925.

18 Thursday. Cloudy and cool. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today and went to practice at Floradale tonight

19 Friday Windy. Walter was cultivating corn. We went to practice at Woolwich tonight

20 Saturday. Clear & windy. Walter finished the corn this morning and they hoted the mangels and pulled some mustard.

21 Sunday. Windy & cool. We went to Woolwich church & S.S. this a.m. and to our Children's Day Service tonight

22 Monday. Changeable. Walter helped Ella do the washing this morning and was sowing buckwheat this p.m. Ella picked strawberries this p.m. in Schwindts bush.

23 Tuesday. Fine day. Walter finished sowing buckwheat & sowed the rafe. Ella picked berries this p.m. Mr. Cragg & Julia of Ferqus called on us tonight.

June, 1925.

24 Wednesday. Cloudy & windy Walter was cutting sweet clover today Walter went to the first session of the Evangelical district S.S. Convention at Floradale tonight. Ella went to the Presbyterian Graden Party at Alma with Otto Miller's. It stared to rain around 7 p.m. so they had the programme in the church. Vernon went to Elmira today to try his Entrance Examination.

25 Thursday. Rain this morning Cloudy & cool. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this a.m. This afternoon we went to the S.S. Convention at Floradale and stayed for supper which the floradale ladies served in the basement and ^we also stayed for the evening session. Rev. Pratorius of Cleveland, Ohio gave excellent addresses both afternon & evening

June, 1925.

26 Friday. Fair and cool. Walter was cultivating corn. We had a fish and ice cream feed here tonight and the following folks were here - Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Schmidt, Rhoda & Gladys and Mr. Charles Miller. Otto Schmell here for tea

27 Saturday. Cloudy. Good shower this afternoon. Walter killed a pig this morning and Mr. Schmell got the meat. Walter was cultivating corn Miss Ethel Young visited us tonight.

28 Sunday. Heavy rain this morning Fair and cold. Walter & Ella went to Kitchener with Sim Weaver's. We attended baptismal services in the Sterling Ave. Mennonite church this morning, were at Allen Shautz for dinner & supper and went to church again tonight.

29 Monday. Fine & cool. Walter cut the rest of the sweet clover. John Maurer was here for dinner. Mr. Joyce of Kitchener tuned our piano

June

30 Tuesday. Clear, cool & windy The men were hoeing corn. The people in the section had a farewell part for Miss Ethel Young at Norman Kiugs and presented her with a glass dish Walter, Ella & Vernon were there too.

July

1 Wednesday. Cloudy & cool The men were hoeing corn this a.m. and brought in 8 loads of sweet clover this afternoon.

2 Thursday. Fine and warm. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this morning. Aubrey was hoeing corn Vernon and Walter brought in 1 load of sweet clover tonight.

3 Friday. Cloudy. Heavy rain tonight. The men brought in 7 loads of sweet clover today.

July, 1925.

4 Saturday. Rain this morning Hot this afternoon. We all went to the Big Circus at Kitchener. We had our dinner with Mr. & Mrs Bert Hilliard The circus was very good but we were tired out at night and glad to back to the peaceful, quiet farm.

6 Sunday. Hot and sultry. Walter went to church & S.S this morning. We went down to Grandpa Maurer's for tea. Hebels, Hamels & Jefferson's were there

6 Monday. Very hot. The men brought in a load of sweet clover takings. They hoed corn Vernon helped Ella do the washing Edna, Mildred & Doris called this afternoon.

7 Tuesday. Sultry & cloudy. The men hoed corn and turnips. Walter & Earl called at Addison Reist's tonight.

July, 1925.

8 Wednesday. Fine day. The men finished the turnips and hoed the mangels for the second time. Ella & Ella Miller were picking strawberries in Reists bush this p.m.

9 Thursday. Lovely day. Ella went to Elmira with Walter and they had their dinner at Jacob Kiug's. They visited Mrs. Elmo King tonight.

10 Friday. Fine day. The men were hoering corn.

11 Saturday. Fair & quite hot. Aubrey took the day off and took in the Orange Celebration at Kitchener walter cultivated the corn. Aubrey & some of his friends called in tonight.

12 Sunday. Lovely, breezy day. We went to Woolwich church & S.S this afternoon. Mr. & Mrs. Joe Metz and family of Waterloo and Violet Tutte of Hamilton called in here. Our cousin Salome (Ms. Art. Kluick) died at Elmira this afternoon. We visited Lincoln Weaver's after supper.

July, 1925.

13 Monday. Lovely day. Ella did her washing. Walter & Vernon took some pigs to Elmira Monthly Fair and sold some of them. Aubrey was hoeing corn. We went to Henderson's tonight.

14 Tuesday. Warm day. The men were hoeing corn. Annie Snider visited Ella this afternoon.

15 Wednesday. Sultry. The men finished hoeing the corn this morning and Aubrey was scuffling turnips and potatoes this p.m. Walter, Ella and Vernon went to Salonie's funeral this afternoon. We found out today that Vernon was successful in passing his Entrance Exams.

16 Thursday. Fine day. Walter shipped hogs this morning and cut some grain for hay when he got home Rev. E.J. Beau called this afternoon and these people tonight - Leon, Gordon and Eldow Wagner, Chas. Bergmau and Jno. Witzel.

July, 1925.

17 Friday. Cold and windy Aubrey was plowing and Walter fixed the manure spreader. Our callers this afternoon - Mr. & Mrs. Norman Kiug, Blauche, Phyllis & Lorraine and Miss Annie Platt of Toronto. Mrs. Tom. Habin of Heidelberg Mrs. Chas. Plaug of Detroit, Mr. & Mrs. Brown, Mr. & Mrs. Randall & Lillian Mrs. Whitmore ^ Ivy Brooke and Miss Violet Tuttle all of Hamilton. The neighbors had a surprise party for Mr & Mrs. Jno, N.Miller and presented them with an electric iron and a rocker. We were there and had a real nice time.

18 Saturday. Fair and warmer. Walter was drawing manure and Aubrey was plowing. We went up to Henderson's tonight.

19 Sunday. Warm. We went to S.School this morning and spent the rest of the day at Hilliards. Joe Lawson had dinner with Aubrey.

July, 1925.

20 Monday. Hot and windy. The men brought in 3 loads of grain that Walter cut for green feed. This afternoon Walter was cutting grass and Aubrey was plowing Louis Miller visited Walter tonight

21 Tuesday. Sultry & threatening Vernon and Ella did the washing Walter cut some more grass this morning and they brought in 2 loads before supper. Aubrey was plowing. Thunderstorms and good shower tonight.

22 Wednesday. Cool & drizzly Aubrey was plowing and Waltr cut the rest of the grass. Mr. Edward Rathger of Toronto came up from Elmira this morning and spent the day here. Out callers tonight - Rev. & Mrs. E. {Huihnergard?} of Detroit, Mich, Mrs. {Huihnergard?} Art Klinck, Eileen, Leonard & Emma Kliuck of Elmira.

July, 1925.

23 Thursday. Fine day. Edward went to Elmira with Walter. charlie J. Hilliard came up here today and was here for dinner and supper also stayed for the night. Mrs. Kuig came up with Walter and she, Charlie & J. Went berry-picking in Reist's bush. Mrs

24 Friday. Fair. Charlie went home this forenoon. The men brough in loads of hay today. Mrs. Kuig was berry picking again and was here for tea.

25 Saturday. Drizzly. The men finished up the haying today and brought in the last loads.

26 Sunday. Fineday. Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Walter, Ella & Vernon spent the day at Grandpa Krauter's We went to Woolwich Heidelberg church & S.S this afternoon and visited Albert Scheifelle's tonight. Lincoln Weaver's and family had dinner with Aubrey.

July, 1925.

27 Monday. Fine day. Walter & Ella went berry-picking in Reist's bushg this morning and Walter & Vernon this afternoon. Roy Haid of Kitchener, one of our former employees visited us tonight. Walter & Aubrey called us at Line. Weaver's

28 Tuesday. Rained this forenoon Aubrey was plowing this afternoon and Walter took some frist to Floradale Charlie Hilliard came up here tonight with the carriage & teams to get the sow he bought from Walter and stayed for the night.

29 Wednesday. Lovely day. Charlie left for home after breakfast. Wesley Miller was sawing wood for us all day. Earl Miller helped this afternoon.

30 Thursday. Fair weather. Walter & Vernon went to Elmira this a.m. Earl & Wesley were sawing wood this p.m. Walter went to Creekbank tonight.

July 31 Friday. Threatening. Started to rain around 5 oclock and rained all night. Walter cut the wheat today and Aubrey & Vernon stooked it.

August. {Double underlined}

1 Saturday. Rain this morning. Cleared up by noon. Aubrey was plowing

2 Sunday. Beautiful day. We left home before 6 oclock this morning and went down to Charlie's and had breakfast there. Mr. & Mrs. Hilliard, Pearl, Vera, Ella, Walter, Vernon and I motored to Niagara Falls Beulah came over from Buffalo and came home with us.

3 Monday. Very warm. Walter cut the barley and Aubrey stooked it. Ella piched the berries. Sim. Weaver visited Walter tonight {Written smaller to fit on the line}

4 Tuesday. Very warm. The men finished plowing the wheat ground. Vernon & Ella did the washing.

August, 1925

5 Wednesday. Very warm. The men brought in the wheat 6 loads this afternoon.

6 Thursday. Sultry. Heavy thunderstorms and rain this p.m. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this morning and started cutting in the field beside the house. Willard Weaver was here this p.m. and stayed for tea. Grandpa Krauter's and Emerson's called here tonight and we all went up to Lincoln Weaver's

7 Friday. Dreary & sultry The men filled the woodshed with wood today. Mrs. Davison of Toronto motored here today and is staying for the night.

8. Saturday. Cloudy & drizzly Mrs. Davison left for home this a.m. The men tried to cut but the grain was too wet. We went to Creekbank after tea

August, 1925

9 Sunday. Warm day. We went to church & S.S. this p.m. and visited at Sim Weaver's after tea.


10 Monday. Warm & windy. Walter went to Elmira Monthly Fair this morning and Aubrey was scuffling Vernon & Ella did the washing. This p.m. Walter was cutting and Aubrey stooked.


11 Tuesday. Fine day. Walter was cutting and Aubrey stooked Vernon was plowing this afternoon Colson's and Franks were here tonight and brough Ray who is staying for the holidays.

12 Wednesday. Cloudy. Pain tonight Walter was cutting and Aubrey was stooking. Vernon was plowing Eva Snider visited Ella this p.m.

13 Thursday. Drizzly. Roy went to Elmira with Walter this morning Walter was cultivating this p.m. Vernon was plowing all day.

August, 1925.

14 Friday. Rain this morning. Threatning all day. Walter was cutting this afternoon and Aubrey stooked. Vernon plowed all day.

15 Saturday. Very hot. Walter & Aubrey finished cutting and stooking the grain tonight after 8 oclock. Vernon was plowing.

16 Sunday. Hot day. Walter went to church & S.S this a.m. Our company today - Mr. & Mrs. Art. Esch, Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Murer, Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson and Lois Mr. & Mrs. Harold Hebel and Glenn Roy went home with them tonight

17 Monday. Hot. Ella & Vernon did the washing this morning. The men were drawing grain and brought in 8 loads of barley.

Born.- On Aug 18th. to Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, a son - Howard Ross.

Born - On Aug 18th to Mr. & Mrs. Bert Hilliard, a son - Murray Lloyd.

August, 1925.

18 Tuesday. Very hot. The men brought in 11 loads of grain today. Willard Weaver & Kenneth Atkinson were here for dinner. We called at Mr. Adams and Linc. Weaver's tonight.

19 Wednesday. Fair and warm. The men brought in 10 loads of grain today. Walter went to a church finance meeting ^at Elmira tonight with Enoch.

20 Thursday. Lovely day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this morning. Vernon was plowing and Aubrey helped to thresh at Elmo Kiug's till noon. This afternoon they brought in 4 loads of oats.

21 Friday. Fine day. The men brought in 8 loads of grain today Annie Snider visited Ella this p.m. {Written smaller to bit on the line with a line drawn to divide dates}

22 Saturday. Warm. The men brought in 3 loads this a.m. We threshed this p.m. and these men were here - Harry Rennie, Eber. Stickney, Enoch Snider, Louis Miller, Joe Nebrom amd Alf. Fromhold Eva Snider spent the afternoon with Ella & helped.

August, 1925.

23 Sunday. Fine and hot. We went to Woolwich church & S.School this p.m. Grandpa Krauter's called here this morning. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Harold Howden, Mr. & Mrs. Augus Weber, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snyder, Harvey & Lorne Reist. Harry Kliuch's barn and driving shed burnt down tonight.

24 Monday. Hot day. The men brough in 7 loads of grain today.

25 Tuesday. Very hot day. The men finished harvesting today & brought in 8 loads. Mrs. George Snider spent the afternoon with Ella. Walter & Ella went down to Art. Kliuck's tonight to meet their cousins. Anhyline Meyer of Evanston, Illinois and Marguerite Meyer of McPherson, Kansas.

26 Wednesday. Turned cool today Vernon raked and the men cut the peas Ella's callers - Myrette & Eva Snider, Irene and Edith Spies. We had an ice cream party at Henry Schmidts tonight

August, 1925

27 Thursday. Very cool day. Ella went to Elmira with Walter and had her dinner at Art. Kliuck's. The men brought in 2 loads of peas and 2 of rakings. Our company tonight - Mr & Mrs. Otto Miller, Laura and Norman and Mrs. Trenton of Toronto

28 Friday. Fine day. Aubrey helped to thresh at Louis Miller's this a.m. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale. Aubrey & Vernon plowed. Ella's visitors tonight - Mr. & Mrs. Sim Weaver, Mrs. Mory Hoffman, Maryorie and Hilda of Bridgeport

29 Saturday. Very warm. Walter got the fertilizer at Elmira. Vernon & Aubrey were plowing all day.

30 Sunday. Very sultry. Thunderstorm and a little rain tonight. We went to S.School this morning and then went to Kitchener, had our dinner at Frank's, called at Vic's and had tea at Colson's. Aubrey spent the day in Stratford.

31 Monday. Fine day. The three men were plowing. Ella did her washing Our visitors tonight were - Jno. Stauge Norman Kiug & Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller

September {Double underlined}

1 Tuesday. Lovely day. Walter and Vernon went to Elmira with Noah Miller this morning. Vernon started to High School today and is boarding at Kiugs. The men finished plowing the wheat ground.

2 Wednesday. Fine day. Walter sowed some wheat today. Aubrey was harrowing. Little shower tonight.

3 Thursday. Cloudy. Ella went to Elmira with Walter and they had their dinner at Kiug's. Aubrey was cultivating and plowing. Walter sowed some more wheat this afternoon.

On the 27th of August, Norman Snider got crushed between his car and a stone wall and had his leg broken.

September, 1925.

4 Friday. Warm day. Walter finished sowing the wheat. Aubrey was plowing. Walter went to practice.

5 Saturday. Sultry and cloudy. Started to rain tonight. Aubrey was plowing and Walter harrowed the wheat field. Vernon & Walter went to Creekbank before tea.

6 Sunday. Rained all day. Walter and Noah Miller went to the Floradale S S and services at the Mennonite church where Irvin Burkhert preached. Walter, Ella and Vernon went to Woolwich S.S & church this afternoon. Walter went to League tonight.

7 Monday. Cloudy. Walter & Ella were cleaning elderberries this a.m. Aubrey plowed. This afternoon the men cut the burdocks. Tonight we wet to a League meeting at the church. Mr. Carson Mater was the speaker.

8 Tuesday. Perfect day. Aubrey was plowing. Geo. Mogk died tonight at Kitchener.

September, 1925.

9. Wednesday. Dreary & sultry. Ella did her washing. The men were plowing. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to a corn roast at Emerson Krauter's at Heidelberg. Bridge's & Elmo's were there too.

10 Thursday. Dreary. Some showers. Early this morning Jno Geisel's driving shed was struck by lightning and burned down with the cornets included his car, tractor buggie, etc. Walter went to Elmira this morning also called on Norman Snider. Walterm, Ella & Vernon went to a corn roast at Emerson Krauter's Heidelberg Bridge's and Elmo's were there too.

11 Friday. Sultry. Thunderstorms Walter and Ella attended Geo Mogh's funeral this forenoon. The men were cleaning seed grain wheat. Pat Casey's barn was burned near Parker tonight. The threshing machine of Frank Fairweather of Alma was in the barn and was destroyed.

September, 1925.

12 Saturday. Drizzly & showers all day. Elmira Fair. Aubrey left after dinner. We did up our chores early and went to Elmira with Elmo Kiug's We took in the show "Charley's Aunt" at the Regent Theatre.

13 Sunday. Drizzly and showers all day. Walter & Vernon went to S S. and church this morning. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Norman King, Blauche, Phyllis, Lorraine, Donald and Claire Kiug and Mrs. Stepheus and little girl Orma.

14 Monday. Fine day. Walter took some small pigs and some wheat to Elmira this morning and cleaned more wheat this afternoon. Aubrey was plowing this a.m and helped to thresh at Noah Millers this afternoon Henry Ziegler visited Walter at the barn tonight.

September, 1925.

15 Tuesday. Damp drizzly day. Ella did her washing and ironing today. Walter took the rest of the wheat to Elmira this morning Aubrey helped to thresh at Noah Millers his forenoon and at Enoch Snider's this afternoon Grandpa & Grandma Krauter came here in their new (?) Maxwell sedan and were here for dinner Noah Miller visited us tonight.

16 Wednesday. Fair. Aubrey helped to thresh at Enoch's all day. Walter was plowing. Walter went to a Committee Meeting at church tonight.

17 Thursday. Lovely day. Aubrey helped at Snider's till 10 a.m Ella went to the School Fair at Parker with Noah Miller. Vernon came up with Walter at noon. Vernon got 1st prize for Marquis wheat in the cheaf and 2nd for wheat in the jar.

September, 1925

18 Friday. Thunderstorms and rain last night. The men plowed. They had a corn roast and wiener supper at the High School tonight and Vernon stayed down for it

19 Saturday Cloudy & sultry. Cold tonight. Walter got Vernon at Elmira this morning. Walter & Aubrey helped to cut corn at his dad's place this afternoon. Elias Wideman of Balsam Grove was here for supper.

20 Monday. Cold and windy. Ella did her washing. Walter took Vernon to Elmira this morning and Aubrey was cultivating. This p.m. they started cutting the buckwheat

September, 1925.

22 Tuesday. Cool and windy. Walter helped to cut corn at Edmund Schwindts this forenoon. Aubrey plowed The Floradale Leagye entertained the Woolwich League to a Wiever and Pumpkin. Pie Feed and Walter & Ella went.

23 Wednesday. Fine day. Walter took a pig down to Hilbert Reists and had his dinner at Josiah Brubacher's. Aubrey was plowing all day.

24 Thursday. Cloudy & showery this morning. Fine afternoon. Ella went to Kitchener with Earl and Ella Miller and bought herself a new cat. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Aubrey was plowing.

25 Friday. Lovely day. Walter took a load of wood to Elmira this forenoon and went to Creekbank this afternoon. Aubrey was cultivating all day.

September, 1925.

26 Saturday. Fair. Walter took some wood and grist to Elmira this morning and this p.m. he and Vernon cut roads through the corn field. Ella was at a quilting at Louis Millers this afternoon and enjoyed it very much

27 Sunday. Miserable rainy day. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Woolwich church & S.S. where Rev.W.S. Henish of North Easthope preached. We went to Jno. Metz's near Walterloo for tea.

28 Monday. Cloudy. Ella did her washing. Aubrey was plowing. Walter started cutting the corn.

29 Tuesday. Cloudy & cold. Walter finished cutting the corn. Aubrey plowed. Vernon went to the School Fair at Jerusalem with a truck load of High School kids.

30 Wednesday. Fine cool day. Maurer's were cutting corn this p.m. Our help - Sam Spies, Earl Miller, Elmo Kiug, Lincoln, Edle, Edmund Schwindt, alf. Fromhold, Frank Simons, George Koepke & Melvin Allgeier.

October, 1925.

1 Thursday. Fair. Maurer's finished cutting corn at 10.20 a.m. The men were plowing this afternoon Grandpa Krauter's and Emerson's called here tonight and Walter & Ella went up to Lincoln Weaver's with them.

2 Friday. Lovely morning. Was almost as dark as night for about half an hour this afternoon. Thunderstorms and heavy rain. The men helped to cut corn at Sam Bird's till about 3 oclock. The High School had their Field Day this p.m.

3 Saturday. Fair. The men helped to cut corn at Noah Miller's this p.m. Aubrey went away tonight for the weekend

4 Sunday. Cloudy & cold. Ella went to Bridgeport S.S and church this morning and had her dinner at Mr. {Haas's?}. We went to Woolwich S.S. and church this p.m.

5 Monday. Cloudy and cool. Showers. Ella did her washing. The men were plowing and hauling maurer {(ver)?}

October, 1925.

5 Monday. Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver and children - Willard, Mildred, Doris and Ross were here for tea.

6 Tuesday. Cold. Showers. Aubrey helped to cut corn at Elder's till about 3 oclock noon. Walter finished the manure

7 Wednesday. Cold and dreary. Aubrey helped to cut corn at Edler's all day. Walter was plowing. Ella cleaned the cellar.

8 Thursday. Cold. A few showers. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Ella went with him and stayed at Norman Snider's and helped her do some baking. The men took up some of the potatoes this afternoon.

9 Friday. Very cold. Snowflurries. The men finished taking up the potatoes today and put them in the cellar. Walter & Ella went to a surprise party at Oscar Schwint's tonight and had a good time Mr. & Mrs. N. Snider, Mr. & Mrs. A. Weber, Mr. & Mrs. W. Weber, Mr. & Mrs. C, Shuh, Willard and Ida Snider, Pluly and Alice Beisil and Elizabeth Webert and we were the bunch.

October, 1925.

10 Saturday. Looks like winter this morning. The ground is covered with snow. Very cold and windy. The men brought in loads of buckwheat today

11 Sunday. Cold & cloudy. Snowflurries We had a big day at Woolwich today This morning, Rev. Shroder of Kitchener preached a missionary semon, This afternoon we had our S.School Rally where the Bridgeport orchestra rendered splendid music and addresses were given by Rev.A. Clemeus and Rev. Schroder. The League Rally was held at night. The young people gave a programme and Rev. Shrader spoke again Our company for dinner - Mr. George Edler, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koepke, Lizzie and George Koepke.

12 Monday. Cloudy & cold. Cleared up at noon. Walter took grist to Floradale. Aubrey plowed. We went to church tonight where Rev. Gail gave an account of his trip to the Holy Land which was very interesting

October, 1925.

13 Tuesday. Lovely fall day. We all worked at the apples today.

14 Wednesday. Beautiful morning Rain tonight. Aubrey plowed. Walter & Ella attended the wedding of Pearl Hilliard to Milton Eix. The guests were - Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hilliard, Dr. & Mrs. Will Hillard, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Hillard, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hilliard, Miss Florence Hillaird, Mrs. Lillian Flynn, Mr. Frank Hilliard, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Scheifele, Mr. & Mrs. Sidney, Scheifele, Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Scheifele and Glenn, Mr. Aaron Scheifele, Miss Edythe Scheifele Miss Florence Wright, Miss Susan Kraever, Mrs. Oliver Scheifele and Aubrey, Mrs. Ed. Birgeman, Ruth and Mildred, Rev. & Mrs. Cole, Beulah, Vera & Ella Hilliard and , Mr. & Mrs. Walter Maurer, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Eix, Allen, Hilda and Edna Eix.

October, 1925

15 Thursday. Fine day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today. Bruno Kinzie and George Maurer were painting some windows here today and were here for tea. Aaron Brubacher & Ephiain Snider were for supper and Chos. J. Hilliard was here for dinner.

16 Friday. Fine weather. Rain tonight Walter got cider and apple batter made at Floradale this morning. Bruno Kinzie and George Maurer were puttying windows and were here for dinner.

17 Saturday. Rain this morning. The men brought in 8 loads of mangels this afternoon. Aubrey helped to thresh at Koepke's this morning.

18 Sunday. Changeable. We went to Elmira church & S.S. this morning and were at Mrs. Allgeir's for dinner. We went to Woolwich church & S.S. this p.m. did up the chores and went to Grandpa Maurer's for supper. Aubrey took his mother to Drayton and ^she was quite well and at midgnight his brother called up to say she was dead.

October, 1925.

19 Monday. Snowing and storming Ella ceaned the ^storm windows and Walter put them on. Aubrey went up to his brother's place last night and is staying till after his mother's funeral. Walter helped a stranded motorist from Chesley Chesley

20 Tuesday. Snowed all day. Walter went to the sale of Geo. Mogk's household effects and there were only twelve people there. Louis Miller bought up the place.

21 Wednesday. Milder Snowflurries Walter helped Ella do the washing this morning and Ella did her ironing this p.m. Annie Snyder and Lizzie Koepke had their tonsils removed today

22 Thursday. Fine day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira, had his dinner at Hilliards and went down to Kitchener Ella cleaned the upstairs today. Aubrey's mother was buried this afternoon.

October, 1925.

23 Friday Cloudy & cold. Snow. flurries. Aubrey got back at noon and helped to thresh at Earl Miller's this p.m. Walter & Ella had their dinner at Grandpa Krauter's and were picking apples this p.m.

24 Saturday. Cloudy and showery. Walter, Aubrey and Vernon took the vegetables, etc from the Woolwich S.School down to the Orphanage at Kitchener this afternoon. They went up to Grandpa's to get out apples and were there for tea.

25 Sunday. Cold, cloudy & showery. We went to the Woolwich church & S.S. this morning, came home and ate a hurried dinner, went over to Floradale church & S.S. where Rev.J.P.Hauch preached and the Bridgeport Orchestra rendered excellent music. We went to J.B. Snider's for tea and took in the {Harost?} Home entertainment in the evening. We called at Ezra Maurer's on our way home.

October, 1925.

26 Monday. Fine morning. Snowed all afternoon. The men were plowing. Ella was canning peas.

27 Tuesday. Snowflurries. Ella did her washing & ironing. The men plowed. Walter helped to saw wood at Earl Millers this afternoon.

28 Wednesday. Snowing & storming The men were plowing. Edith & Irene Speer called on Ella. Walter & Ella went to the Literary at Sim Weaver's tonight anf got stuck in the snow in their lane coming back.

29 Thursday. Cold. Snowflurries Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this morning, had his dinner at Art. Kliuck's went over to Floradale to vote and got home after 6 p.m. Dominion Electio today The Liberals were defeated and Mr. Meighen will be the new Prime Minister.

October, 1925.

30 Friday. Not so cold. Fair. The men were plowing.

31 Saturday. Fine day. Vernon's birthday. He is 13 years old. He got a handkerchief from Mrs. Louis Miller and we gave him a fountain pen. This afternoon we went to Kitchener and Vernon got a new suit and overcoat. We were at Edith's for supper We went down-town after tea and the streets were crowded with gay Halloween crowds.

November, 1925.

1 Sunday. Fine day. Walter's birthday. He is 41 years old. Our company today were - Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Hilliard and Mr. & Mrs. Milton Eix. We went to Woolwich church & S.S. this p.m.

2 Monday. Fair hazy day. Ella did her washing. The men were plowing.

November, 1925.

3 Tuesday. Fair. The men were plowing. Ella's callers - Eva Snider Edua, Mildred Doris and (Ross Weaver Howard){Bracketed to fit on the line}

4 Wednesday. Raw east wind blowing The men were topping turnips. This p.m. Aubrey helped to thresh at John Maurer's and Walter harrowed out the turnips and brought in 2 loads. The neighbors and friends of Mr. & Mrs. Milton Eix held a surprise party at their new home tonight and presented them with a walnut library table. We had a real good time.

5 Thursday. Wet day. The men started bringing in turnips but it soon started to rain and was drizzly and showery all day. Walter shipped hogs.

6 Friday. Fair. We were threshing today. These men were here - Henry Boleuder, Enoch Snider, Alf. Fromhold, Jno. Maurer, Alex. MacDonald & Mr. Reunice. We had our annual Beef Ring tonight.

November, 1925.

7 Saturday. Drizzly wet day. Heavy rainfall tonight. We threshed till about 2 oclock this afternoon. Annie Snider helped Ella today

8 Sunday. Cold. Snowflurries. We went to Woolwich church & S.S. this morning and to Lincoln Weaver's for dinner and supper.

9 Monday. Thanksgiving Day. Cold. Snowflurries. Our company today - Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer

10 Tuesday. Fair and somewhat milder The men brought in 1 load of frozen turnips this morning. This p.m. Walter took a load of wood to Alma and Aubrey was topping turnips.

11 Wednesday. Fine mild day. Enoch and Irvin Snider helped bring in turnips today and they were here for dinner. They brought in 16 loads.

November, 1925.

12 Thursday Cloudy. Started to rain at noon. The men got in 3 loads of turnips. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira

13 Friday. Rained all last night and all today.

14 Saturday. Cloudy & windy. The men finished the turnips this morning 5 loads. This p.m. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale and Aubrey helped to saw wood at Noah Miller's

15 Sunday. Snowflurries. We went to Woolwich church and S.School this p.m. Our callers tonight - Charles Miller, Mr. Edgar Adams & Keith.

16 Monday. Snowflurries. Walter went to the Elmira Monthly Fair this morning and to Floradale to bring home the buggy this p.m. Aubrey was plowing this p.m. Reddy Corbett bought Nettie from Walter for $10. Other callers - Eph. Shoemaker. J.J. and Stanley Aikin.

November, 1925.

17 Tuesday. Cold and windy. Ella did her washing & ironing. Aubrey took some pigs up to Alex Boroboy's went to Drayton and had his dinner there The new plowed for awhile this afternoon Abe Horst called on them after tea. Eva Snider was operated on for appendicitis this afternoon.

18 Wednesday. Fair and somewhat milder. The men were trimming turnips this forenoon and Walter took a load to Elmira this p.m at 20 & a {illegible} Aubrey plowed this p.m.

19 Thursday. Dreary and mild. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira this morning Norman Kiug's had their sale today and Ella went up with Elmo Kiug's this morning and helped in the house. Walter & Ella were both there for tea.

20 Friday. Cloudy. The men helped Grandpa Maurer's take in turnips today. Ella cleaned the parlor & dining room. Ella's callers - Edith & Irene spies & Laura Miller

November, 1925.

21 Saturday. Lovely day. Walter went to Kitchener and Baden today, Aubrey left for the weekend at noon. Vernon spent the afternoon in Reist's busg. Ella visited Eva Snider this p.m. Our visitors tonight - Mr. & Mrs. Alex Young and Hilson Young and Clarence Farncombe.

22 Sunday. Cold. Snowflurries We went to church & S.School this morning. Our company today - Mr. & Mrs. Albert Krauter, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Krauter, Marie & Erla Krauter, Mr. Aaron Scheifle, Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Scheifele Bruce and Glenn Scheifle, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Willard, Mildred, Doris and Ross Weaver.

23 Monday. Cold. Snowflurries Ella was up at Lincoln's all day and helped Edna do some sewing. Aubrey helped to thresh this p.m. at Jno. Stauge's. Walter plowed the garden

November, 1925.

24 Tuesday. Fair and cloudy. Ella did her washing. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale and had his dinner at J. T. Ott's. Aubrey helped to thresh at Stauges till about 1.30 p.m and helped at Louis Miller's the rest of the day. The neighbours and friends of Mr. & Mrs. Norman Kuig held a farewell party at their home and prented them with with an electic iron amd a pair of gloves respectively. Walter, Ella & Vernon were there

25 Wednesday. Cold. Snowflurries Aubrey helped to thresh at Louis Miller's till 9.30 a.m and plowed this afternoon Walter helped hauling manure at Enoch Snider's all day.

26 Thursday. Fair. Raw east wind Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Aubrey helped to draw manure at Sniders till noon. He tried to plow this p.m. but the ground was frozen too hard.

November, 1925.

27 Friday. Snowflurries. Walter went to Alma this morning with Earl Miller He went over to Fergus with Otto Miller and visited Alfred at the Hospital. He went to Hack Boldender's sale near Elmira this p.m.

28 Saturday. Cold. Snowflurries. Vernon and Aubrey were bringing home wood from the pasture field, rails etc. Walter at Kuig's, Farncombe, Noah Miller's and Bob Marshall this p.m.

29 Sunday. Cold. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Woolwich church & S.S. this p.m. We were at Enoch Snider's for supper and to League at night.

30 Monday. Fair Raw east wind Started to snow tonight. Ella did her washing and ironing today. Walter took Vernon to school this morning and they were topping or trimming turnips this afternoon Sam Spies moved his chopping outfit here tonight. Walter went to a Finance meeting at Ed. Bender's tonight with Enoch Snider.

December, 1925.

1 Tuesday. Fine mild day. The men were trimming turnips this chopping morning and Aubrey took a load ^of turnips to Elmira this p.m. Sam Spies was here for dinner and Walter went to Alex. Borovoy's sale near Parker with him

2 Wednesday. Fair. Raw east wind Walter ent to Borovoy's with Sim. Weaver this morning and brought home the cow he bought yesterday. Aubrey took a load of turnips to Elmira. Ella made the sauerkraut today and baked her Christmas cake yesterday.

Married - On Dec. 2 at Heidelberg. Miss Mabel Shauer to William Vogel.

3 Thursday. Fine mild day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira today and killed and skinned a horse this afternoon. Walter went to a Finance Meeting at the church tonight. Callers - Otto Miller, W. Carter, Reddy Corbett and Irene Spies

December, 1925.

4 Friday. Miserable dull foggy day. Walter spent the morning in Alma. Aubrey was digging post holes. We went to Elmira tonight with Noah Miller and took in the picture show "The Ten Commandments" and it was wonderful. Vernon, Ruth and Esther came home with us.

5 Saturday. Rained all day. Sam Spies and Roy called on Walter Walter spent the afternoon in Creekbank Aubrey went to Elmira tonight.

6 Sunday. Cold. Snowflurries. We went to Woolwich church & S.Schoo and to Sim. Weaver's for dinner Aubrey spent the day in Drayton.

7 Monday. Cold & snowing. Walter went to the Elmira Monthly Fair today. Mrs. Atkinson, Norman & Albert visited us this afternoon

8 Tuesday. Dreary. Started to snow and storm this p.m. Ella did her washing & ironing. Walter put on the storm doors.

December, 1925.

9 Wednesday. Cold. Snowflurries. Walter was butchering at Joe Geigerich's today. Aubrey took a load of turnips to Elmira. Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Doris and Howard Ross visited Ella this afternoon.

10 Thursday. Cold. Snowing & storming Walter shipped hog at Elmira today Aubrey took a load of turnips to Elmira

11 Friday. Milder & cloudy. Snowed tonight. We butchered a big pig for Atkinson's today and Mrs. Atkinson, Norman & Albert were here. Aubrey took a load of turnips to Elmira. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to the Creekbank school concert tonight and it was good.

12 Saturday. Dreary. Snowflurries Walter stuffed Atkinson's sausages this morning and tool a sow down to Henry Ziegler's and brought home a heifer he traded.

December, 1925

22 Tuesday. Fine cold day. Ella did her washing. Aubrey tool a load of turnips to Alma this morning and one to Elmira this afternoon. We had the following company for dinner - Valentine Otterbein, Albert & Emerson Krauter, John Maurer, Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer. The men all went to Dave Temple's sale this afternoon Ruth and Esther Miller visited Ella this afternoon and were here for tea. We went to the Rehearsal at church tonight.

23 Wednesday. Cold. Snowflurries. Wall Vernon & Aubrey worked in the bush this afternoon. Ella trimmed the Christmas tree. Walter's callers - Alex McDonalds, Jack & Emerson Spies, and Louis Miller. Walter, Ella & Vernon drove to Alma tonight and took in the Presbyterian Xmas Entertainment and it was very good. It was storming when we drove home.

December, 1925.

24 Thursday. Cold. Snowflurries. Walter & Vernon went to Elmira today. Aubrey was hauling wood home from the bush. We went to out Christmas entertainment at Woolwich tonight.

25 Friday. Christmas Day. Fine cold day. Walter, Ella and Vernon drove up to Grandpa Krauter in the cutter today. Lincoln's and Emerson's were there too. We got home at 9.30 p.m.

26 Saturday. Very cold, 16 below zero. this morning. Walter visited at Snider's and Kuig's today and had his dinner at Snider's. Annie and Eva Snider visited Ella this afternoon. Vernon and Aubrey worked in the bush today.

27 Sunday. Very cold 22 below zero. Snowing and storming this p.m. Walter Ella & Vernon went to Woolwich church and S.School this afternoon.

December, 1925.

28 Monday. Cold. Snowflurries. Ella & Vernon did the washing this morning Walter butchered 2 pigs at Philip {Bonir's?} Ella cisited at Enoch Snider's this afternoon and stayed for tea.

29 Tuesday. Cold. Snowflurries Walter butchered 2 pigs at Enoch Schneider's today.

30 Wednesday. Cold. Snowflurries We butchered a big pig for Alex. Fisher today and Mr. & Mrs. Fisher were here all day. Our company today tonight- Mr. & Mrs. Sim. Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. Line Weaver, Willard, Mildred, Doris and Howard Ross ^and Wesley Weaver of Senlac Sask.

31 Thursday. Cold. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and had a ripping headache when he came home. Aubrey killed an old horse. George Boldeuder visited us tonight and we had lots of fun playing crokinole. Norman King was here for breakfast and went to Elmira with Walter.

On the 24th of December Herb & Walter Feil and John Sauer were coming from Detroit to spend Christmas at their homes. Near Sarnia their car skiddled and Walter Feil was thrown out of the car and killed. Herb Feil was crushed under the car and had his shoulder and some ribs broken

Born - On the 26th of December at Dauphin Manitoba to Mr. & Mrs. Allen H. Krauter a son. Albert Norman.

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Ella & Vernon's Bird Calendar, 1926

{Left side/bottom half}

Crows - February 18.

Blackbirds - March 25.

Sea-Gulls March 25.

Meadow Larks March 26

Robin - March 27.

Killdeer - April 9.

Song Sparrow - April 12.

Wild Geese - April 9.

Bluebird - April 14.

Peewee - April 18

Hawk - April 18.

Swallow. May 1

{Right side/top half}

Butterfly - May 7.

Bee - May 7.

Ella's Bird Calendary. 1925

Sea Gulls - Febrary 9.

Crows. - February 25.

Robins - March 18

Blackbirds - March 11

Meadowlark - March 12

Bluebird - March 12.

Song Sparrow - March 17.

Killdeer - March 21.

Hawk - April 1

Chipping Sparrow - Apr. 6.

Swallow - Apr. 24

Bobolinks - May 15.

Wild Canary - May 19.

Baltimore Oriole - May 19.

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