Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1928-1929

Title

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1928-1929

Creator

Ellamanda Krauter Maurer

Source

Courtesy of Archival and Special Collections, University of Guelph

Date

1928-1929

Language

English

Coverage

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

Date Created

January 1, 1928

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

Front diary cover

Read this diary Feb 3 1970

Ella Mauris Diary

For the year 1928

January, 1928

1 Sunday. Cold and windy. Snowflurries. Ella, Vernon & Williard went to Sunday school this morning and we all went to Sim Weaver's for New Year's dinner. Williard went home

2 Monday. Beautiful clear, cold day. Ella did her washing. Walter killed a cattle beast here for Enoch Schneider and went over to Milford {Augli's?} and brought home a little Berkshire hog. This afternoon he butchered 2 pigs at Louis Miller's. Harvey & Vernon worked in our {hish?}.

3 Tuesday. Cold and snowed. We butchered 3 pigs here today for Israel Good and Egra Maurer was here and helped all day. {name?}'s butcher killed a cattle beast here this afternoon. Harvey & Vernon finished cutting wood in our {bush}. Other callers - Enoch & Irvin Schneider, Addison & Lorne Reist, Clarence {Farncombe} and Charles Miller.

January, 1928

4 Wednesday. Cold & stormy Walter killed 2 pigs at Ges. Schneider's today. Vernon helped in Reist's {bush?} this afternoon. Ella spent the p.m at Enoch's

5 Thursday. Rain and cold Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Vernon helped at Reist's this afternoon.

6 Friday. Mild spring like day. We butchered 2 pigs here today one for Mr. Vice and one for Floyd Moyer. Egra & Bert were here all day. Mr. & Mrs. Silas Bauman of Lisbon, Ohio came here after tea and were here for the night.

7 Saturday Mild and dreary. Silas & Esther left around 10 a.m. Walter & Vernon went to Elmira this afternoon.

8 Sunday. Mild and dreary. We went to church & S. School this p.m. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Noah Miller, Esther, Ruth, Margaret and {Dupha?} Miller.

January, 1928

9 Monday. Fair and mild. Ella did her washing and ironing. Walter went to the Elmira Monthly Fair and took some fat pigs over to Floradale for {Seranus?} Martin this afternoon. Vernon helped in Reist's {bush?} this p.m.

10 Tuesday. Cloudy & rain. We butchered a pig here today for {name?} Snyder and they also dressed 3 cattle here today. Callers were - Eph. Snyder, Enoch & Irvin Schneider,Otto {Schmehl?} & Mr. Hidebeemer}, Lincoln Weaver & Henry Reist and 2 other guys Ella wnet to Flordale this p.m. with Irvin, Eva & Mrs. Schneider.

11 Wednesday. Cloudy & rain. Snowflurries We butchered 2 pigs here today for Lincoln Weaver and 1 pig for Mr. Kennedy. Callers were - Enoch & Irvin Schneider and David Hoffer.

12 Thursday. Dull. Snowflurries. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and went down to Hilliard's and stayed for the night Vernon hlped in Reist's {bush?} this p.m.

January, 1928

13 Friday. Cloudy & drizzly. Walter came home this afternooon. He had his dinner at Isaac Holle's in {Conestoga?}. Vernon helped in Reist's bish this p.m.

14 Saturday. Mild & drizzly. We butchered a pig here today for David Hoffer.

15 Sunday. Beautiful, clear, cold winter's day. We went to church for S. School this morning. Charles Miller was here for awhile this afternoon. We went down to Harvey Schmidt's for supper and the evening. Hannah had a very good chicken roast with all the trimmings.

16 Monday. Changeable. We butchered 2 pigs today for Grandpa Maurer. Grandpa, Grandma & Egra were here for dinner & supper. Mr. & Mrs. Augus Weber, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snider and Charles Miller spent the evening here and the mew sang quartettes until nearly 2 a.m.

January, 1928

17 Tuesday. Clear, cold & windy. Ella did her washing and ironing. Walter's callers were - Sim. Weaver, G.N. Snyder, Ms. Maurer, Ges. Koepke and Lincoln Edler.

18 Wednesday. Fine day. Vernon was drawing manure. Walter went to Creekbrank this afternoon. Callers today were- Rev. E.D. Becker, Rev. Jordan and Allew Shautz. Walter & Ella went to church tonight.

19 Thursday. Rained all day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Lincoln Weaver went down and came home with him. Harold Metz of Didsbury, Alberta came up from Elmira with him Walter, Harold and Ella went to church. and it was snowing like {sixty?} then.

20 Friday. Real blizzard blowing all day. The mew did the chores and Ella didn't venture outside the house. No mail today.

January, 1928

21 Saturday. Cold and clear this morning. Stormy this afternoon. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale Williard Weaver was here for dinner. Sam Spies and Orville Shautz visited Walter.

22 Sunday. Fair and cold. We went to church & Sunday School this afternoon where Rev. Jordan preached. Harold had supper with Charles Miller.

23 Monday. Fair and cold. Ella did her washing. Walter took Harold up to Lincoln Weaver's this afternoon. Ella had her supper at Earl Miller's. We went to church tonight.

24 Tuesday. Mild. Snowed. Walter butchered at Noah Miller's today. We went to church tonight. Vernon's calerrs today- Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Schmidt, Louis Miller and Mr. Gengerich. There have been 18 conversations at church during the meetings.

January, 1928

25 Wednesday. Fierce blizzard blowing all day. Walter opened the lane towards evening and drove up to Lincoln Weaver's and brought Harold home with him. We didn't go to church tonight as the roads are heavy.

26 Thursday. Cold & clear. Snowed this morning. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and went to J.B. Snyder's sale at Floradale this p.m. Walter, Ella, Vermon & Harold drove to church in the sleigh tonight.

27 Friday. Cold & fair. 5 felow zero this morning. Harold went to Elmira with Noah Miller this afternoon. Wlater called at Earl's and Louis. Walter, Ella and Vernon went to church tonight.

28 Saturday. Clear and cold. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale this morning. Callers were- Ephraim, Irvin and Noah Shoemaker, Louis Miller and Elam Gingrich.

January, 1928

29 Sunday. Clear sunshining day and very cold. We went to church and S. School this morning Vernon spent the day at Edmund Schwindt's and Walter & Ella had their dinner at Noah Miller's We all went to church again tonight Rev. F. F. Jordan of Elgin, Illinois preached excellent sermons both morning and night.

30 Monday. Cold. Clear & sunny this forenoon. Cloudy this p.m. Ella did her washing. Louis Miller called.

31 Tuesday. Fain Snowflurries Walter took a load of grist to Floradale this forenoon and went to Alex McDonald's sale at Alma this p.m. Vernon did the chores and called at Addison Reists this p.m.

February, 1928

1 Wednesday. Snowed and stormed all day. Walter was butchering at Leon Wagner's. Ella was canning apples. Vernon did the chores and called at Otto Miller's this afternoon.

2 Thursday. Fair. Candlemas Day. The bear saw his shadow today. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and Harold Mitz came up with him.

3 Friday. Lovely day. Walter & Earl Miller went up to Alma and Earl was here for dinner. Vernon and Harvey Reist were out hunting pick-rabbits tonight and got one.

4 Saturday. Lovely, clear & cold. Ella's birthday. She is 37 years old and will soon be as old as the hills We went to church & S. School this p.m. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer Mr. Aubrey Lawson and Mr. {Char.?} Miller and Harold Metz

February, 1928

6 Monday. Fine cold day. We butchered a pig here today for Schnider's. Josiah Brubacher was here for dinner. Callers- Enoch & Irvin Schneider, Andrew & Norman Henderson and Eph Snyder.

7 Tuesday. Cloudy. Rain & sleet this afternoon. We butchered and old sow here today for Emerson Krauter.

8 Wednesday. Mild & dreary. We butchered 1 old sow here for Eph. Snyder and made Emerson's summer sausage.

9 Thursday. Cold & stormy Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and stayed all day. Addison & Harvey Reist helped Vernon draw manure this p.m.

10 Friday. Fine day. We butchered another sow for Eph. Snyder and made 200 lbs of summer sausage. Harvey & Addison Reist helped finish the manure and were her for supper.

February, 1928.

11 Saturday. Mild & raw. Snowed all day. Vernon helped in Schwindt's bush this afternoon. Harold & Ella drove over to Ezra Maurer's this afternoon and stayed for tea

12 Sunday. Beautiful, clear, cold day. Walter, Ella, Vernon & Harold went to church & S. School today. Harold went home with Grandpa Maurer.

13 Monday. Lovely day. Ella did her washing & ironing. Walter & Vermon went to Elmira this morning. This p.m. Vernon helped in Edmund Schwindts bus and Walter called at Spie's and Koepke. Tonight Walter & Earl went down to Josiah Brubacher and Ella stayed at Miller's. Vernon spent the evening at Schwindt's.

14 Tuesday. Dreary. Rain & snow. Walter & Ella helped to butcher at Louis Miller's today. Vernon came down for supper too.

February, 1928

15 Wednesday. Snowing & storming Mrs. Ben Miller died this morning Vernon helped to draw manure at Reist's this afternoon. Ella was at a quilting at Sim. Weaver's.

16 Thursday. Fair. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Vernon helped to draw manure at Reist's this p.m. Ella was at a quilting at Ezra Maurer's

17 Friday. Fair. Snow this p.m. Ella helped at Earl's this afternoon Tonight Walter, Ella & Charlie Miller went up to Ges. Bolender's to practice a song for tommorow. Vernon helped to draw manure at Reist's this p.m.

18 Saturday. Very cold & windy. Mrs. Ben Miller was buried this afternoon. Ella helped all day at the house and Vernon was a hostler.Walter was there for supper too.

19 Sunday. Snowing & storming. We went to church & S. School this p.m. Miss Kellet a missionary to the sailors on the Great Lakes spoke this afternoon.

February, 1928

20 Monday. Very cold & stormy. Vernon has a very sore throat and spent the day in bed. No mail today.

21 Tuesday. Cold & somewhat stormy Ella did her washing today. Israel Shoemaker called on Walter.

22 Wednesday Fair. Turning milder. Walter went to Burnetts sale near Alma this afternoon. Vernon isn't much better than yesterday.

23 Thursday. Mild and rained Turned cold and stormy towards night. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira although he felt sick and miserable Vernon got up at noon and feels somewhat better.

24 Friday. Cold and very stormy. Harvey Reist came over to do the chores and was here for supper. Walter is sick in bed now. Dr. Jim {name?} was here this afternoon

February, 1928.

25 Saturday. Clear and very cold. 15 below zero this morning. Harvey did the chores and was here for dinner and supper.

26 Sunday. Cold & stormy. Walter spent the day in bed. Very quiet Sunday. Harvey was here for tea. Earl Miller called this afternoon.

27 Monday. Cold & Stormy. Walter feels worse. Walter's Dad called in.

28 Tuesday. Fine day. Vernon went out the barn again today. Noah Miller called on Walter who is not feeling any better. Ella did her washing

29 Wednesday. Rather stormy. Harvey & Vernon did the chores, Walters callers were- Otto Miller and Addison Reist

March, 1928

1 Thursday. Cold & stormy Norman Snyder shipped hogs for Walter at Elmira today. Walter is still in bed and seems worse than ever today. Harvey Reist is helping Vernon with the chores

2 Friday. Cold & stormy. We saw some crows this morning. Walter feels somewhat better. Harvey took a load of chopping to Floradale this p.m.

3 Saturday. Cold & stormy. Walter got up today at noon but feels quite weak. Harvey went home tonight.

4 Sunday. Fierce blizzard. Worst storm of the winter. No church service at {place?}

5 Monday. Cold & stormy. Vernon is doing the chores again.

6 Tuesday. Fine day. Ella did the washing. Mr. & Mrs. Lincolm Weaver, Doris, Howard & Lila visited us today and were here for tea. Harvey Reist took a load of chopping to Floradale and was here for tea too. Mrs. Emanuel Bowman died tonight at Floradale.

March, 1928

7 Wednesday. Awful blizzard Addison Reist called on Walter.

8 Thursday. Fine day. Norman Snyder shipped hogs for Walter Walter went out to the barn today. Vernon drew some wood home from the bush. Callers - Andrew & Norman Henderson, Otto Miller, Mr. Day & son.

9 Friday. Fierce storm from the East. Walter was sewing carpet rags and Vernon did the chores.

10 Saturday. Fine day. Vernon was drawing wood home from the bush this p.m. Williard Weaver spent the day here. Noah Miller called on Walter.

11 Sunday. Fine day. Vermon & Ella went to S.S. and church this morning. Mr. & Mrs. Sim. Weaver were here for dinner.

12 Monday. Lovely spring-like day. Walter spent the day in Elmira and had his dinner at Norman Snyder's. Vernon drew some wood home from the bush.

March, 1928

13 Tuesday. Mild, misty & showery. We butchered one pig for ourselves and one for Otto Miller today and Otto was here all day and helped. Charles Miller visited us this evening

14 Wednesday. Colder & windy. Walter butchered one of our pigs today and made head cheese & pork sausage Vernon drew some wood home from the bush. Ella was canning sausage.

15 Thursday. Cold and stormy Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and stayed all day.

16 Friday. Fair and cold. We butchered a big sow here for Charlie Miller and Charlie helped all day. Vernon took a fat calf to Elmira this p.m.

17 Saturday. Fair with cold wind Walter went to Alma this p.m. and took Dave, the horse he sold up to Alex Borovoy. Sam Horst had our team to go to Elmira. Vernon drew wood home from the bush. Charlie Miller called.

March, 1928

18 Sunday. Cold & windy. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to church & S.S this p.m. We had company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Miller and Mr. Arthur Witzel.

19 Monday. Cold & windy. Ella did the washing. This afternoon Walter went to Kavangli's sale and Ella visited Lincoln Weaver's. Vernon has a bad cold and feels tough.

20 Tuesday. Cold and windy Ella did her washing. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this a.m. Mrs. Noah Miller and Orpha spent the afternoon with Ella and Mr. Miller and Margaret came over for tea too.

21 Wednesday. Fine day. We butchered 2 pigs here today for Mr. {Tresk?} Callers were- Joe Shoemaker & Sam Spies. Williard Weaver came down after school and was here for supper.

March, 1928.

22 Thursday. Fine spring-like day. Cold wind blowing. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Vernon got the wooden sap pails at Earl's and we cleaned them this p.m. {Llewellyn Trask?} called for his meat and sausage.

23 Friday. Fine day. Vernon got the pan and some more buckets at Otto's and he was back in the bush this afternoon getting a fire place made. Norman Miller spent the afternoon with him. Walter went to Elijah Bridge's sale this afternoon.

24 Saturday. Thunderstorm last night Very mild. More thunderstorms and rain tonight. Walter went to Goldstone this morning. Williard Weaver came down here and he & Vernon went to the bush this afternoon.

25 Sunday. Dreary, showery day. We didn't go to church today. Williard went home this afternoon. Noah Miller, Esther & Margaret visited us tonight.

March, 1928.

26 Monday. Dreary, misty day. Thunderstorms and rain tonight. Ella did her washing. This afternoon Walter, Ella & Vernon went back to the bish and tapped over 70 trees. Callers today were- Sam Horst & Charles Miller.

27 Tuesday. Turned cold during the night. Very cold & stormy today There was a farewell party at Lincoln Weaver's tonight and we went up and had a very nice time.

28 Wednesday. Cold and windy Snowflurries. Walter was butchering at John Kuhl's today. Charles Miller spent the evening here.

29 Thursday. Fair. Cold east wind Walter shipped hogs at Elmira, had his dinner at Earl Miller's and went to Bob Marshall's sale with Earl. George Koepke & Irvin Toletski visited us tonight.

30 Friday. Cold. Snowing & storming Walter butchered a big pig for Charles Miller today and Charlie was here all day and helped.

March, 1928.

31 Saturday. Fair with cold wind. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale this afternoon. Ella went to Lincoln's this p.m to help pack and stayed for tea Mildred came home with her.

April, 1928

1 Sunday. Lovely day. We had company for dinner - Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Williard, Mildred, Doris, Howard and Lila. We went to church & S.S. this p.m. The following people spent the evening here - Charles Miller, Aulta Bolender, Mrs. Sam Bird and Norma Bird.

2 Monday. Beautiful spring day. Lincoln Weaver's moved to Waterloo today. Walter & Ella went up there this morning and helped to pack and load. Ella had her dinner at Sim's and went to Waterloo with Ges. Bolender's. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this p.m.

April, 1928

3 Tuesday. Thunderstorms and rain this morning and again tonight. Mild day. Walter & Ella went up to Lincoln's old home and helped to burn up rubbish. Vernon was boiling syrup in thr bush.

4 Wednesday. Very mild day Walter went to Kitchener today and had his dinner at Edith's. Vic & Glen came up with him. Vernon was boiling syrup and Ella cleared some.

5 Thursday. Mild and showery Walter drove to Elmira in the wagon and took 3 pigs over to Oscar {Schinholtz?} and had his dinner there. Vernon was boiling syrup.

6 Friday. Good Friday. Mild and dreary. Walter and Glen went to Creekbank and Will {Knigs?} this morning and to Herman Ziegler and Grandpa Maurer's this afternoon. Vernon was boiling in the bush and ella cleared another batch

April, 1928.

7 Saturday. Rained all day. Walter took Vic and Glen to Elmira this afternoon and they took the trolley from there. The roads are fierce.

8 Sunday. Easter Sunday. Looks like winter this morning. Snowed and stormed all day. Harvey Reist was here this afternoon and Charlie and Aulta tonight.

9 Monday. Cold & windy. Snowflurries Walter butchered a big pig today for another Mr. Trask and made sausage, etc. Colson & Edith brought Sonny & Roy up here tonight. Noah Miller spent the evening here.

10 Tuesday. Fair and rather cold. Walter got some salt at Alma this morning. They were cleaning seed grain this afternoon. Callers - Mr. Martin, Vernon and Kenneth Schwindt, Oscar Holzworth, Mr. Trask.

April, 1928

11 Wednesday. Fair. Cold east wind Walter took some grist to Floradale , had his dinner at his Dad's and got some seed grain there. Vernon and the boys got some eggs at {Ozias?} Bauman's and took them down to {Jos. Gingrichs?} This p.m. they were back in the bush. Ella did the washing and ironing

12 Thursday. Dreary and mild. Turned cold towards evening. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Vernon was boiling. Ella raked the lawn today.

13 Friday. Cold & windy. Turned {fine?} and milder this p.m. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale and Roy & Sonny went with him. Vernon was boiling syrup.

14 Saturday. Very changeable. The ground was covered with snow. Thunderstorms rain, sleet & snow this p.m. Walter took 2 head of fat cattle to Elmira and came home with Noah Miller. Sonny & Roy went down to Elmira this morning and took the bus home Noah Miller was here for dinner. Very windy and cold tonight.

April, 1928.

15 Sunday. Very cold and windy. We went to church & S.School this afternoon Mr. & Mrs. Otto Miller and Norman were here for tea. Vernon & Norman went to League

16 Monday. Cloudy, cold & windy. Walter & Noah Miller went to Elmira Monthly Fair this morning and to Drayton to get clover seed this afternoon. Ella did the washing. Vernon was boiling syrup.

17 Tuesday. Clear and cold. Snow-flurries. We butchered 2 pigs here today for Edler's and Lincoln Edler was here and helped. Mrs. Earl Miller broke her leg today in the bush (a triple fracture)

18 Wednesday. Fair and somewhat milder. Walter got his fertilizer at Alma this morning and took a load of chopping to Floradale this p.m. Mr. Harry {Parr?} and Mr. Powers of Elora were here for dinner. Ella cleaned the store room today and aired some bedding.

April, 1928.

19 Thursday. Rained this morning Fierce gale blowing all dale. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Otto & Norman Miller spent the evening here.

20 Friday. Fair. Clear & cold. Walter cleaned seed oats today and Vernon boiled syrup. Ella finished cleaning the upstairs today.

21 Saturday. Cold east wind. Heavy snowfall this afternoon. Vernon was boiling the last batchin the bush this a.m. This afternoon he went to Elmira with Earl Miller to get a hair cut. Walter was cleaning seed grain

22 Sunday. Grey, dreary day. Walter & Ella went to Conference at Waterloo today. Bishop Dunlap of Cleveland, Ohio preached in the morning. We had our dinner at H.E.Ratz's. In the afternoon Dr. Schlegel of Harrisburg, Pa. gave a very good address. We went up to Grandpa Krauter's for tea. Vernon went to {Woolrich?} S.School this morning and over to Otto Miller's for dinner.

April, 1928.

23 Monday. Fine day. Walter helped Ella do the washing. This p.m. they sawed the wood and these mew helped- {Sam?} & Jack Spies and Sam Horst. Tonight we all went down to Earl's.

24 Tuesday. Rained hard last night. Cold & cloudy today with snowflurries. Walter was gadding this afternoon and had his supper at Emerson Krauter's. Otto Miller called this afternoon and Noah Miller spent the evening here. Vernon took 2 jags of wood up to Sam Horst's.

25 Wednesday. Snow on the ground this morning. Cold with snowflurries. Walter went up to Ges. Bolender's this afternoon to dress a catlle beast that had broken its leg and he stayed for tea.

26 Thursday. Cold & windy. Walter shipped hogs at ELmira. We spent the evening at Earl's. and Ella had a bad day.

27 Friday. Fine day. Walter & Ella went to Drayton this afternoon and got some wallpaper.

April, 1928

28 Saturday. Clear, cold & windy Walter went to Elmira and brought the metal ceiling from the C.N.R. depot. Vernon took the sap paw, etc. over to Otto Miller's this afternoon. We all went up to Sim. Weaver's tonight.

29 Sunday. Fine day. Walter & Ella & Vernon went to church & S.School this afternoon and to Ges. Schneider's for tea. Vernon & Ella got some hepatica and spring beautys in Reists bush.

30 Monday. Very windy & showery. Walter helped Ella do the washing this morning and was spreading manure this p.m. Vernon was rolling the sweet clover field this afternoon. Ella fixed up the hot bed and sowed asters, celosias, verbenas, stocks, balsoms, pyrethrum and lettuce seeds.

Married - On Apr. 28 at St.{name?} Dr. J.A.King and Miss Welhelmine Day.

May, 1928.

1 Tuesday. Fair and windy. Walter & Vernon finished the manure Ella dug a piece in the garden and sowed sweet peas and larkspurs

2 Wednesday. Lovely warm day. Rachel was here all day and we papered the two front rooms. Vernon was cultivating in the field beside the lane this afternoon.

3 Thursday. Fine and warm. Walter shipped hogs this morning and was sowing grain this afternoon Vernon was cultivating. Ella cleaned the little parlor.

4 Friday. Hot day. Walter was sowing grain and Vernon was harrowing and cultivating. Ella cleaned the dining room, varnished the linoleum and planted the dahlia roots. Walter went down to {Joe?} Gingrich's and brought home the little chicks.

May, 1928.

5 Saturday. Cold,windy & drizzly Vernon was cultivating this p.m. Walter got some seed grain at Israel Shoemaker's and stayed for supper. Ella straightened up the parlor & dining room.

6 Sunday. Drizzly this morning Cool and clear p.m. We went to church and S.School this morning and to Leon Wagner's for dinner. We called in at Earl's to see Ella who is getting along nicely. These people spent the evening here - Mrs. Sam Bird, Charles Miller and Aulta Bolender. Mr. & Mrs. Augus Webers called in tonight. Vernon spent the evening at Addison Reist's.

7 Monday. Fair and cool. Walter went to Elmira this morning Vernon was cultivating and this afternoon Walter was sowing grain. Ella did the washing. This p.m. she dug a piece in the garden and planted gladioli, onions and pink seed. Walter went to a buisness meeting at church and Ella visited Ella Miller

May, 1928.

8 Tuesday. Fine and warm. The men were seeding. Ella was digging garden and planted beets, carrots, onions, lettuce & radishes. Walter spent the evening in Creekbank.

9 Wednesday. Fine warm day. Walter helped Ella finish the garden today. Ella planted peas, lettuce, ground almonds, linaria, phlox, candytuft, clarkia, nigella and annual chrysanthemum

10 Thursday. Changeable. A few sprinkles of rain this morning. Walter shipped hogs this morning and took 3 pigs down in the wagon. Vernon was cultivating Ella planted the Irish Cabbler potatoes in the garden also sowed portulaca, poppies, zinnias, calendula, cosmos, marigolds, calliopsis and four-o-clocks.

May, 1928

11 Friday. Clear. Cold wind blowing Walter took chopping to Floradale this morning and was harrowing this p.m. Vernon was cultivating all day. Eva Schneider visited Ella this p.m. and these people were here tonight - Mr. & Mrs. Sim. Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snyder and Charles Miller.

12 Saturday. Clear, cold & windy. Walter was harrowing and sowing today and Vernon was cultivating. Noah Miller visited us tonight.

13 Sunday. Clear, cold & windy Our company for dinner were - Mr. & Mrs. Albert Krauter, Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Krauter, Marie, {Erla?} & Roy Krauter and Williard Weaver. We all went to church this afternoon where we had a Mother's Day programme. Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson, Roy & Lois were here for tea.

May, 1928.

14 Monday. Beautiful warm day. Vernon was rolling and Walter was drawing manure. Ella did her wash-ing this morning and dug a piece along the garden fence and sowed lupine seed also planted some Golden Bautam corn. Tonight Walter went to a finance meeting at the church with Mr. {Moldenhaner?} and Mrs. {Moldenhaner?} spent the evening with Ella.

15 Tuesday. Lovely warm day. Vernon was rolling and Walter was drawing manure this a.m. This p.m. they were both plowing. Ella finished digging the {perennial?} border, Callers tonight - Osias Bauman & Harvey Reist

16 Wednesday. Showery this p.m. The men planted the potatoes and plowed today. Ella cut the potatoe for planting and sowed hollyhocks, digitalis and aquilegia in the border.

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For Monday, Dec, 9

May, 1928

17 Thursday. Heavy rain last night. Dull drizzly day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Rachel & Ella papered the bedroom this afternoon and Sim & Rachel were here for supper. Vernon plowed this afternoon.

18 Friday. Dull misty morn Cleared up this pm. Dan Martin and Milton {Glebe?} were here all day and put the metal ceiling up in the kitchen. Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Miller spent the evening here.

19 Saturday. Dull & showery. The mew plowed this forenoon. This afternoon Walter took a load of grist to Floradale. Vernon took a cow down to Herman Ziegler's and had his supper at Grandpa Maurer's Charles Hilliard came up for some potatoes and was here for tea

May, 1928

20 Sunday. Beautiful day. We went to Sunday school this morning and went to Augus Weber's at Waterloo for dinner. We went down with Charles Miller.

21 Monday. Sultry. Thunderstorms and heavy rains. The men were plowing this forenoon. Ella did her washing. Max Bierman was here for dinner. Enoch Schneider called tonight

22 Tuesday. Clear, cool & windy. The men plowed this morning and filled in a ditch this afternoon. Noah Miller spent the evening here.

23 Wednesday. Clear, cold & very windy The men were seeding. Ella started painting the kitchen woodworks. Vic's husband, Harold Hebel is very ill with acute pneumonia.

24 Thursday. Fine cool day. Walter shipped hogs. The mew were gangplowing this afternoon. Walter & Ella were down at Earl's tonight.

May, 1928.

25 Friday. Fair and cool. Harold died this morning. Walter & his Dad went to Bridgeport this morning and stayed all day. Vernon was gang plowing. Ella was planting in the garden today - corn, pumpkin sunflowers, beets, beans, cucumbers, watermelons, muskmelons, lettuce sweet william and baby's breath. Ella set a hen on the pleasant eggs tonight.

26 Saturday. Cold and drizzly. Walter sowed some barley this p.m. Vernon was harrowing.

27 Sunday. Fair and cool. We went to church & S.S. this afternoon.

28 Monday. Dull morning. Rained this afternoon. Harold was buried today and Walter, Ella & Vernon went to the funeral. We went in the morning and were at Vic's for dinner & supper. Rev.M.L.Wing and Rev.A.Clemens had charge of the service.

May, 1928.

29 Tuesday. Cloudy & cool. The men were gangplowing. Callers were- W.B.{Kirizie?} and Sam Horst.

30 Wednesday. Fair this morning Shower of rain this afternoon. The mew were gangplowing this morning and Walter sowed barley this p.m. and Vernon was harrowing. Ella did her washing

31 Thursday. Fine, cool & windy. The men finished sowing barley today Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Ella cleaned the cellar & pantry. Callers were - Sam Horst, Irvin Schneider & {name?}. Stewart.


June, 1928.

1 Friday. Very windy this afternoon. Walter took a load of grist to Flora dale this morning and Vernon was cultivating This afternoon they sowed the flax. Ella cleaned the dairy this morning Annie Schneider called on Ella.

June, 1928

2 Saturday. Cloudy & cool. The men worked up the mangel ground this morning and Walter sowed them this afternoon. Vernon was rolling Callers - Ed. Bolender & Ges. Schneider

3 Sunday. Fair and cool. We went to church & S.School this morning and had the following company today - Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hilliard and little grandson Murray, Mr. & Mrs. Milton {name?} and son Harry, Mr. Howard Willich and Miss Julia Cragg.

4 Monday. Dull, cold, windy day. Ella hoed in the garden this morning. The mew took 4 heads of fat cattle to Alma this morning. Eva Schneider & Clare Bender called this afternoon and Noah Miller spent the evening here

5 Tuesday. Cool & drizzly. Ella transplated cabbage & tomato plants this morning. Callers - Charles Miller & Irvin Schneider. Mrs. Dill Snyder died at {Conestoga?}.

June, 1928.

6 Wednesday. Rained all day. Walter visited at Noah's all day. Ella was canning rhubarb.

7 Thursday. Fine clear & windy. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Ella did the washing and cleaned up the wash house. We spent the evening at Enoch Schneider's.

8 Friday. Threatening. The men were fixing the pasture field fence. Ella was canning rhubarb and pineapple. Walter and Ella went to Elmira with Charlie Miller to practice {sonce?} male quartettes. also went to practice for Children's Day. Mrs. Dill was burried today.

9 Saturday. Changeable weather Turned very cold & windy this p.m. The men finished the fence and put the cattle out. Vernon was rolling this afternoon. Walter & Ella made a trip up to Drayton. we all went up to Sim Weaver's tonight and spent the evening there.

June, 1928

10 Sunday. Fair, cool day. Walter & Ella went to practice this morning and we all went to S.S and church this afternoon. Rev.E.N.Becker was here for tea We had our Children's Day sevices tonight

11 Monday. Lovely day. The men were plowing turnip ground. Ella transplanted stocks, snapdragons and some asters today. Annie Schneider called on her this afternoon.

12 Tuesday. Fine warm day. The men finished plowing the root ground. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale. Ella hoed & weeded Ella Miller's Garden this afternoon and stayed for tea.

13 Wednesday. Fine day. The men worked up the root ground. Walter went to church tonight

14 Thursday. Warm day. Ella went to Elmira with Walter and went to Kitchener in the {bus?} and had her dinner and supper at Edith's and called on {Helma Scheifele?} at St. Mary's Hospital tonight.

June, 1928.

15 Friday. Fine day. Very cold tonight. Walter sowed the turnips today. Vernon & Ella papered the kitchen. We all went to the Alma Presbyterian Garden Party tonight.

16 Saturday. Fine day. Walter went to Elmira this morning and Edward Rathgen and Isabel Donaldson of Toronto came home with him. They are here on their vacations.

17 Sunday. Fine day. We went to church & S.S. this morning and were down to Norman Snyder's this p.m. to practice a male quartette. Earl & Ella Miller spent the evening here.

18 Monday. Heavy rain this afternoon Walter, Edward and miss Donaldson went to Alma this morning. Ella was hoeing in the garden. Callers were - Louis, Noah. Margaret & Orpha Miller and Harvey Reist. Vermon was plowing summer fallow this afternoon forenoon

June, 1928

19 Tuesday. Warm day. Ella did the washing & transplanted some things in the garden. Edward & Miss Donaldson took a stroll to Floradale Vernon took a load of lumber from Mr. {Mogle's?} old barn up to Alma for Wesley Umbach.

20 Wednesday. Fair. Thunder-storms and heavy rains tonight. Vernon spent the day in bed with a sore throat. Walter was drawing manure. Walter & Ella went to the S.S. Conventions at West Montrose with Louis Miller's.

21 Thursday. Threatening. Walter, Edward & Miss Donaldson went to Elmira this morning. Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Bender spent the evening here.

22 Friday. very warm day. Walter was drawing manure. Walter's Dad was here for dinner. Our callers tonight were - Ges. Bolender, Alice & Landwell.

June, 1928.

23 Saturday. Sultry & threatening. Walter & Vernon went to Elmira this morning. Walter was drawing manure this afternoon and visited Sam Umbach tonight.

24 Sunday. Fine warm day. Walter, Ella & Vernon went up to Grandpa Krauter's today for dinner We were expecting Colson's from Kitchener for tea but they didn't come. John N. Miller died at Elmira yesterday after a brief illness.

25 Monday. Dreary, changeable day. Ella was hoeing in the garden all day walter was drawing manure and Vernon was plowing summer fallow Edward and Miss Donaldson walked to Creekbank this a.m. Herman Becholdt and Grandpa Krauter called on Walter tonight.

June, 1928

26 Monday Tuesday. Damp, drizzly day. Ella did the washing. Walter & Ella went to {Jno?}.N.Miller's funeral at Elmira this afternoon. This evening we did Wesley Miller's chores.

27 Wednesday. Beautiful day. Vernon was plowing and Walter was drawing manure. Ella hoed in the garden this afternoon. Edward and Miss Donaldson went down to Shwindt's for tea and we all went down for the evening.

28 Thursday. Warm day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira. Venon was plowing. Edward, Miss Donaldson and Ella went down to Earl Miller's this afternoon and hoed her garden.

29 Friday. Rain & drizzly all day. Edward & Miss Donaldson went home to Toronto today and Walter took them down to Elmira this morning Harvey Reist shot and eagle today.

June, 1928

30 Saturday. Lovely warm day. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale. We had company today - Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson, Roy & Lois of Kitchener, Mrs.H.G.Rebel and son Glen of {Bridgeport?} and Mrs. Mabel Stone of Lima, Ohio.

July, 1928.

1 Sunday. Warm summer's day. We went to Sunday school this morn-ing and went to Waterloo with Sim. Weaver's and had our dinner at Lincoln Weaver's. Vernon went to League tonight with Irvin Schneider. Ezra Maurer & Harvey Reist visited us tonight.

2 Monday. Hot and sultry. Walter was drawing manure and Vernon plowed. Ella Miller visited Ella this afternoon.

3 Tuesday. Threatening. Walter finished the manure and scuffed the mangels. Vernon finished plowing summer fallow. Walter & Ella spent the evening at Earl's.

July, 1928.

4 Wednesday. Hot day. Walter was scuffing and Vernon was cultivating the summer fallow Ella was picking strawberries in Schwindt's bush this afternoon. Vernon went over to Reists to see the eagle Harvey shot one day last week.

5 Thursday. Fine warm day. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira, went to Kitchener and arrived home at 8 p.m. Ella was hoeing in the garden this morning and picked berries this p.m. Mr. & Mrs. Augus Weber, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snider and Chas. Miller spent the evening here.

6 Friday. Warm day. The men scuffed the potatoes & turnips this morning and pulled mustard this afternoon. Tonight we went down to church to the first Jubilee servive Rev. {Morlock?} preached and the Elmira choir gave rendered two anthems

July, 1928.

7 Saturday. Very hot day. The men were pulling mustard today. Tonight we went to the service at church where Rev.Zimmerman of Toronto preached. The Jubilee quartette sang two numbers.

8 Sunday. Very hot day. We went to S.S and church this morning. Rev.J.P. Hanch preached and the Elmira choir rendered the music. This p.m. Walter & Vernon went to church where Rev. {Litt?}, Rev. Zimmerman, Rev. Wing gave short reminiscence of North {Woolnich?}. The Waterloo choir sang. In the evening Rev. Leibold of {name?} preached and the Jubilee quartette sang. Our company for dinner- Mr. & Mrs. Sam Umbach, Kenneth & Albert Atkinson Linclon Edler & Ges. Edler. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson, Lois and Roy, Mrs.H.G.Rebel and Glen and Mr. Edward Rathgen and Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer.

July, 1928

9 Monday. Sultry. Thunderstorm and rain this afternoon. Our Sunday school had their picnic in Schwindts this afternoon. When it rained we moved the booths, etc. over to the church. Tonight was the last Jubilee service Rev.J.P.Hanch gave a short history of the Evangelical church and Rev.E.Burn gave a lecture on "Success" also sang a Swiss yodelling song. Kitchener Calvary church choir finished the music.

10 Tuesday. Fair. Walter went to Elmira to return the soft drinks, etc. that were left from the picnic. This afternoon he was mowing sweet clover. Vernon helped Ella do the washing.

11 Wednesday. Fine day. The men were hoeing mangels this morning. This p.m. Vernon was cultivating and Walter cut some more sweet clover. Ella picked some berries this afternoon.

July, 1928.

12 Thursday. Beautiful cool day. Walter shipped hogs at ELmira. Ella went along and had some work done at Dr. {Hillis's} and they had their dinner at Jake Kings. Walter raked up some sweet clover and Vernon was cultivating We called at Schneider's, Elma King'd and Henderson's tonight.

13 Friday. Cloudy this a.m. Rained this afternoon. The men brought in 4 5 loads of sweet clover today. Sol. {Lechty?} of Winfield was here for supper. Walter went to a committee meeting at church.

14 Saturday. Wet drizzly day. Walter & Ella went to Elmira and Ella had some work done at Dr. {Hillis?} office We went to Waterloo & Kitchener had our dinner at Lincoln Weaver's and our tea at Colson Jefferson's.

July, 1928

15 Sunday. Fair and cool. We went to church & S.S. this morning where Rev. Fiddles of the United Church preached. We went up to Grandpa Krauters and stayed for tea and brought home some black & white cherries.

16 Monday. Fine day. Walter cut the rest of the sweet clover this afternoon. Ella was canning cherries all day. Otto & Norman Miller visited us tonight.

17 Tuesday. Hot day. The men were hoeing mangels this forenoon Ella did the washing. This afternoon they brought in 6 loads of sweet clover Sam Horst helped this afternoon.

18 Wednesday. Fine day. Walter cut some grass this morning and Vernon was hoeing. This afternoon they brought in 2 loads of sweet clover.

19 Thursday. Rained last night. Cloudy & sultry. Walter shipped hogs. Robert Marshall was buried today.

July, 1928.

20 Friday. Dull & drizzly day. Wesley Umbach of Alma was buried at Elora this afternoon. Walter went to the funeral with Sol. Bender's. Vernon spent the afternoon at Addison Reist's.

21 Saturday. Rained Dull this morning Clear & windy this afternoon. This morning the men were hoeing turnis and this afternoon Sam Horst helped and they brought in 8 loads of sweet clover. We had company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson, Lois and Roy of Kitchener, Mrs. Nicholls and baby Joan of Summerberry, Sask.

22 Sunday. Rained hard during the night amd all forenoon. Clear and fine p.m. Walter & Ella went to church and S.S. this morning. Rev. Fiddles preached. We had our dinner at Ed. Bender's and called at Grandpa Maurer's after tea tonight. Vernon had his tea at Enoch Schneider's. Born - To Mr. & Mrs. Ges. Schwindt a son. Ward Elven.

July, 1928.

23 Monday. Fine day. Earl Miller came up this morning and helped the men hoe turnips. Ella came along and helped with the washing and they were here for dinner. This p.m. Walter cut a piece of timothy and Vernon was raking. They brought in 1 load of hay.

24 Tuesday. Fine day. Walter finished cutting this morning and they brought in 11 loads of hay today. Sam Horst helped this afternoon and was here for tea.

25 Wednesday. Lovely day. The men were haying and brought in 10 loads. Sam Horst helped and was here for dinner and supper.

26 Thursday. Fine warm day. Walter shipped hogs this morning. They finished haying and brought in the last 5 loads, making a total of 48 loads of hay. Sam Horst helped and he got the last two loads. Tonight, Ella visited Mrs. Louis Miller while the men went down to Dave Lolls

July, 1928.

27 Friday. Thunderstorms & heavy rain last night and this morning. Dreary & showery all day. Walter & Ella went to Kitchener this afternoon and saw Gance Brothers miniature of "The Holy Land" which is very interesting.

28 Saturday. Cloudy & cool. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale and some wheat to Elmira. Vernon went to Elmira tonight with Irvin Schneider. Walter called at Leon Wagner's tonight.

29 Sunday. Lovely cool day. We all went to church & S.S. this morning Our company today were - Mr. & Mrs. Peter Musselman, Lloyd & Arthur of Conestoga, Mr. & Mrs. {Jno?}.Maurer and Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snyder. Charlie & Aulta called in tonight.

30 Monday. Wonderful day. Earl & Ella Miller and Ella Maurer went up to Grandpa Krauter's and picked cherries and had dinner there

31 Tuesday. Sol. {Lichty?} fixed the binder and was here for dinner. Ella went to Earl's bush with them this p.m. and picked berries. The men hoed turnips yesterday and today. Ella did the washing

August, 1928.

1 Wednesday. Fine warm day. The men were hoeing turnips. Mrs. Louis Miller and Mrs. Margaret Crowe of Monroe, Winsconsin visited Ella today and were here for tea

2 Thursday. Hot & sultry. Thunder-storms and rain tonight. Walter shipped hogs today. Ella went berry-picking in Louis Miller's bush with Edna Miller. Callers tnoight- Harvey Schmidt, Mr. & Mrs. Enoch Schneider and Eva.

3 Friday. Sultry & threatening Heavy shower tonight. The men hoed turnips this a.m. and drew some wood {?} the woodshed thus p.m. Ella was canning raspberries and blueberries. Miriam Maurer and Wilfrid Underwood were married this evening by Rev. Becker.

4 Saturday. Thunderstorms all day. The men brought in the rest of the wood. Charles Hilliard came up for tea.

August, 1928.

5 Sunday. Drizzly miserable day. Walter, Ella, Vernon, Mr. Hilliard and Grandpa Maurer went up to Cliffor today and had their dinner and supper at Uncle Jake Maurer's

6 Monday. Damp, foggy day. Walter & Vernon took Dinah Lass, one of our Hereford cows up to Almira this morning. Walter sold her to Borovoy & Bender. We had the following company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Frank {Haniel?}, Margaret, Betty, Sonny & Constance, Mervin Smith all of Kitchener, Miss Given Baker of Toronto, Mrs. Fanny Reichert and Jean Hartung of Rochester, N.Y and Mrs. Isaac Holle of Conestoga. Colson, Edith Lois, Mrs. Kehl and Robet called in tonight on their way home from Port Elgin Betty is staying for a few days.

7 Tuesday. Very warm day. The men plowed this morning and started cutting wheat this p.m. Ella & Betty were picking berries in Louis Miller's bush this afternoon

August, 1928.

8 Wednesday. Hot day. The men finished cutting the wheat. Ella did the washing. Orpha Miller visited Betty this afternoon and was here for tea. Louis Miller spent the evening here.

9 Thursday. Very hot. Ella & Betty went to Elmira with Walter and all had their dinner at Norman Snyder's. Vernon was scuffling roots.

10 Friday. Hot & threatening Shower this evening. Walter & Vernon helped to thresh wheat at Noah Miller's this afternoon. Betty visited Orpha this afternoon and stayed for tea. Rev. & Mrs.E.N.Becker called this afternoon.

11 Saturday. Lovely cool day. Walter & Vernon helped to tresh at Noah Miller's They moved the outfit over here and started here around 5 p.m. These men were here - Alex. MacDonald and his man, Eph Snyder, Walter Adler, Noah Miller, {Homer?} Henderson, Eddie Hornshy. Other company for tea. {name?} Smith Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hamel and Constance. Betty went home with them tonight .

August, 1928.

12 Sunday. Beautiful cool day. We went to church & S.School this morning and were at Norman Snyder's for dinner and supper and called at Grandpa Krauters for some harvest pears.

13 Monday. Grand weather. We threshed wheat this forenoon. Our help - Alex MacDonald, Bill {Hockney?}, Elmo King, Noah Miller, Homer Henderson, Eph Snyder, Sam Horst & Walter Adler. The truck took two loads of wheat to the mill at St. Jacobs. Esther Miller came over and helped Ella. Walter {started?} cutting mixed grain in the field beside the lane, and Vernon stooked. Charles J Hilliard, Carl Hoffman and Mr. Good called in on their way home from Wasaga Beach.

14 Tuesday. Fair and hot. Walter finished cutting grain in the field beside the lane and Vernon stooked. Ella did the washing.

Born - On Aug 15. to Mr. & Mrs. Harold Howden, a son. Jack Brubaker

August, 1928.

15 Wednesday. Hot day. The men were stooking this morning and Walter was cutting this p.m. Marjorie and Hilda Hoffman spent the day here. Our company tonight - Mr. & Mrs. Sim. Weaver, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Miller and Edna Miller.

16 Thursday. Hot. Walter went to Elmira this morning and was cutting grain this p.m. Vernon was stooking.

17 Friday. Another hot day. The men were cutting grain & stooking. Orpha & Margaret Miller called on Ella this afternoon

18 Saturday. Cool and rather cloudy day. Walter was cutting barley and Vernon stooked.

19 Sunday. Lovely cool day. We went to church & S.School this morning and visited at Ges. Bolender's today and stayed for dinner and supper (of course!)

August, 1928.

20 Monday. Fair and quite warm. Ella did the washing. Walter finished cutting grain this afternoon. Vernon helped to tresh at Elmo King's this p.m.

21 Tuesday. Fair. Shower at noon. Vernon helped to tresh at Elmo King's this forenoon. We treshed this p.m. and the following men helped - Ewart Davidson, Harry Sieling, Noah Adler, Sam Horst. We had company this after noon - Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hartung and children - Jean, Buddie, David and John and Mrs. Fanny Reichert all of Rochester N.Y and Mrs. Isaac Holle and Percy of Conestoga.

22 Wednesday. Beautiful day. We treshed till noon and had the same help as yesterday. Esther Miller came over and helped Ella. This p.m. they were threshing at Noah Miller's and Walter & Vernon both helped.

August, 1928.

23 Thursday. Fair. East wind. Walter shipped hogs at Elmira and stooked when he got home. Vernon helped to thresh at Enoch Schneider's this afternoon. Walter & Ella went up to see Dr. {name?} tonight.

24 Friday. Rained this morning Cool, cloudy day. The men plowed this afternoon. Mrs. Sam Horst and children {Salone?} and Elsoe spent the afternoon here and were here for tea.

25 Saturday. Lovely day. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale and had his dinner at J.T.Otto's. Vernon went to Elmira with Noah Miller this afternoon. Henry Stange was buried this p.m. Eva Schneider visited Ella this p.m.

26 Sunday. Beautiful day. Walter & Vernon went to church this morning Our company for dinner - Mr. & Mrs. Albert Krauter, Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Weaver, Williard, Mildred, Doris, Howard & Lila. Walter, Ella & Vernon went down to Grandpa Maurer's for tea

August, 1928.

27 Monday. Fair and warm. Vernon helped to thresh at Enoch Schneider's this afternoon. Walter was plowing.

28 Tuesday. Sultry & threatening. Cool tonight. Walter & Vernon were threshing all day at Eph. Snyder's. Ella did the washing today.

29 Wednesday. Lovely day. Walter & Vernon were threshing all day at Eph. Snyder's. Ella had company for tea today Uncle Jake Maurer and of Clifford, Ont and Harvey Maurer of Toronto, Ont.

30 Thursday. Lovely day. Ella, Esther & Rith Miller went to Toronto via C.N.R this morning. We got a room at 219 Jarvis St. and called on Mr. & Mrs. Adams.

31 Friday. Beautiful day. Ella & the girls spent the whole day at the Ex. and had a nice time. The grand sland performance was grand. The men were plowing & raking.

Born - To Mr. & Mrs. Noah Miller, a son. James Conrad James Donaloo Conrad

September, 1928

1 Saturday. Lovely day. Ella and the girls took a boat try to the Island and did some shopping this morning and came home to Elmira tonight. Walter & Vernon went to the Elmira Fair this afternoon. Walter Adler came home with them and stayed for the night.

2 Sunday. Cloudy, drizzly & cool. Walter was here for breakfast & dinner and went to S.S. with us this afternoon We called at Noah Millers after church to see the little son and went over to Ezra Maurer's for tea.

3 Monday. Cloudy, drizzly & cool. Labor Day. Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson Roy & Lois visited us today and were here for tea. Other company - Mr. & Mrs. Frank {Hamel?}, Sonny, Betty & Constance, Mr. {Merrin?} Smith all of Kitchener, and Mr. & Mrs. Baker and daughter Given of Toronto

September, 1928.

4 Tuesday. Cloudy, and cool. Ella did the washing and most of the ironing Walter & Vernon were working up the wheat ground. Walter went to Creekbank and Alma tonight

5 Wednesday. Fine day. The men helped to thresh at Sam Horst's today. The machine moved here and they started threshing here around 3 oclock. Our help - Frank Fairweather, Bob Connelly, Walter Adler, Irvin & George Schneider, Williard Schwindt, Noah Miller Sam Horst and Louis Miller.

6 Thursday. Fine day. We threshed until after dinner Our help - F. Fairweather, Bob Connelly, Walter Adler, Eph. Snyder Louis Miller, Noah Miller, Irvin Schneider and Sam Horst. They moved over to Noah Miller's and the men helped there.

September, 1928.

7 Friday. Lovely day. They finished threshing at Noah Millers around 4:30 p.m. Walter & Vernon helped and Ella went over and helped Ruth. They moved the machine down to Louis Miller's and threshed for a while.

8 Saturday. Lovely day. They finished threshing Louis Miller's stack this mornign and both men helped. This afternoon Vernon helped at Elmo King's and Walter cut the flax and dug the early potatoes in the garden.

9 Sunday. Fine day. We went to church & S.S. this morning and visited Addison Reist's today.

10 Monday. Sultry. Heavy rain & thunderstorm tonight. Walter went to the Elmira Monthly Fair this morning. This afternoon, Walter, Ella & Vernon went to the School Fair at Goldstone Walter visited Enoch Schneider tonight.

September, 1928.

11 Tuesday. Sultry. Thunderstorms and rain this afternoon. The men were plowing. Mr. Ward of Elmira got sixty young roosters tonight.

12 Wednesday. Cloudy & sultry/ Shower tonight. Vernon plowed and Walter sowed some wheat this afternoon. Mr. & Mrs. Sam. Umbach called here tonight. Margaret Wagner (Grethel) visited Ella this afternoon.

13 Thursday. Cloudy & drizzly & cool. Walter went to Elmira this morning and sowed wheat this afternoon. Vernon plowed all day. Annie Schneider called on Ella this afternoon.

14 Friday. Cloudy, cool & windy. The men were cultivating & rolling the other field for wheat. Walter & Ella were at Earl's tonight.

15 Saturday. Thunderstorms & rain last night. Cloudy & windy. The men cut the {?} today. Callers - Louis Miller, Sam Horst, Harvey Reist and Pete {Skerer?}. Vernon went to Elmira tonight with Irvin Schneider.

September, 1928.

16 Sunday. Beautiful day. Walter, Ella & Vernon went to Hilliard this morning and stayed all day.

17 Monday. Windy. Ella did the washing. Walter finished sowing the wheat. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Sherer and baby Norine and Peter Sherer of Goldstone visited us tonight.

18 Tuesday. Windy & cool. Walter took a load of flax to Floradale this morning and Vernon harrowed. This afternoon we went to the School Fair at {Woolwich?} school. Tonight we went to Elmira Mennonite church with Noah Miller and Ruth. Rev. Heiser of Fisher, Ill. preached.

19 Wednesday. Fair. Cold east wind Walter took another load of flax to Floradale this morning and Vernon harrowed. This afternoon they took up the potatoes. Walter & Ella went to ELmira Mennonite church tonight. Mr. & Mrs. Sim. Weaver and Charles Miller called here this evening.

September, 1928.

20 Thursday, Drizzly dreary day. Walter & Ella went to Kitchener this afternoon and did some shopping. They had their supper at Lincoln Weaver's and went to the Elmira Mennonite churh where Rev. Heiser preached.

21 Friday. Fair. Rain & windstorm this evening. The men plowed this a.m. Walter took a load of chopping to Floradale this afternoon. Louis Miller called.

22 Saturday. Fair. The men plowed this forenoon. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson, Roy and Lois. Colson fixed up a gasoline engine for the men this afternoon.

23 Sunday. Fair and cool. Rain showers tonight. We went to {Woolwich?} Sunday School this morning and went up to Grandpa Krauter's for dinner. Tonight Walter & Ella went to the Mennonite church where Rev. Heiser and Rev.C.F.Derstine spoke. Vernon went over to see Harvey Reist.

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September, 1928.

24 Monday. Cold. Snowflurries at noon. Walter was drawing manure and Vernon plowed.

25 Tuesday. Cold. Snowflurries. Walter finished the manure this a.m. and helped Charlie Miller take up potatoes this afternoon. Vernon plowed. Walter & Ella went to Waterloo tonight with Noah Miller to an Adult Bible Class Rally in the Evangelica church Rev. {name?} of the Benton St. Baptist church preached on "In Line with God".

26 Wednesday. Cloudy & cold. Ella did the washing and ironing. The men plowed all day. Walter went to the {?} Board Meeling at Elmira tonight

27 Thursday. Miserable weather Showers and snowflurries. The men plowed for a little while this morning Irvin Schneider visited us tonight.

28 Friday. Fair. {?} shower. Vernon plowed all day. Walter went to Elmira this a.m. and helped cut corn at his Dad's this p.m. Louis Miller visited us tonight.

September, 1928.

29 Saturday. Fair. The men plowed all day. Tonight we all went to Augus Weber's at Waterloo with Charles Miller in his new Plymouth.

30 Sunday. Lovely day. We went to {Woolwich?} Sunday school this morning and to the Elmira Rally Day service at 11.a.m. where Rev. {Imrie?} preached. We were at John Schweitzer's for dinner. This afternoon we went to church again and it was crowded to the doors. The Bridgeport orchestera rendered excellent music. Rev. Pletch of New Hamburg gave an address and Howard Duriamne of Toronto gave an illustrated talk. We came home for tea and visited Enoch Schneider tonight.

Born - On Sept.29. at Torotno, to Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Miller, a son. Homer Grant.

October, 1928

1 Monday. Fair. Ella worked in the garden today. The men helped her pick the soup beans. They were plowing today.

2 Tuesday. Dreary, drizzly day. The men plowed all day. Ella was canning peaches.

3 Wednesday. Very foggy this morning. Warm summer-like day. Vernon was plowing. Walter helped to pick up potatoes at his Dad's all day. Ella did the washing.

4 Thursday. Fair and warm. Walter helped at his Dad's all day and they finished the potatoes and brought in some hay. Vernon plowed. Roy and Sonny came up from Kitchener today as there is no school on account of Teacher's Convention.

5 Friday. Showery. The men plowed this a.m. Walter went to Elmira this p.m. Walter & Ella went to Norman Snyder's tonight and brought Esther Miller along home.

October, 1928.

6 Saturday. Fine day. The men plowed. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Colson Jefferson, Mrs. Harold Hebel and Glenn. Roy & Sonny went home with them tonight. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Schiezholtz visited us tonight.

7 Sunday. Beautiful day. We went to Heidelberg today with Charlie Miller. Angus Weber's and Norman Snider's went too and the men sang several quartettes at their Rally. We had dinner at Grandpa Krauter's and supper at Menns Brubracher's.

8 Monday. Fair. Ella did the washing. Walter went to Elmira this morning and Vernon plowed. This afternoon they brought in 2 loads of mangels. Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snyder visited us tonight. It was raining tonight.

October, 1928.

9 Tuesday. Fine day. The men were plowing. Ezra, Bert and Ges. Bolender spent the evening here and Ezra helped to cull the chickens.

10 Wednesday. Beautiful day. Walter and Ella spent the day at Grandpa Krauter's and Walter helped to pick appled and they brought home six bags. Vernon was plowing.

11 Thursday. Lovely summer day. The men plowed this morning and were both helping to cut corn this afternoon at Sam. Bird's. Ella brought in the gladiolus bulbs. Earl & Ella visited us tonight.

12 Friday. Warm. Rained ronight The men were plowing. Vernon went to the League Social and Wiener Supper tonight. {Woolwich?} entertained Bethel League.

13 Saturday. Cloudy & cooler. Walter took a load of grist to Floradale and Vernon plowed.

October, 1928.

14 Sunday. Changeable. We went to church & S.S. this afternoon and Walter and Ella were over at Milton {?} for tea. Vernon visited Addison Reist's this morning, had his tea at {?}. Stange's and went to League with Emerson.

15 Monday. Fair and quite warm. Ella did the washing. The men plowed. Walter went to Hnery Neuert's {fule?} funeral this afternoon. He was buried at Woolwich. Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer and Ges. Bolender visited us tonight.

16 Tuesday. Foggy and drizzly. The men were plowing. Ella was canning pears.

17 Wednesday. Drizzly. Measly day. Walter & Ella went to Kitchener today and had dinner and tea at Edith's and Ella stayed for the night.

18 Thursday. Drizzly. Walter & Vernon went to Kitchener today and Vernon went to Hamilton with Mervin and Franks. Augus Weber's, Norman Snyder's and Charlier Miller spent the evening here.

October, 1928

19 Friday. Dreary drizzly miserable day. Vernon plowed this morning and this p.m. they both helped to cut corn at Sam. Birds.

20 Saturday. Showery. Noah Miller spent the forenoon here. The men were both helping with the corn at Sam. Bird's this afternoon.

21 Sunday. Lovely day. We had our Harvest Home at Woolwich today. Rev. Frye of Cleveland, Ohio preached an excellent sermon. The Jubilee Quartette sang several number and Mr. Maynard Hallman played two selections on a hand-saw which were very good. Our company for tea - Mr. & Mrs. Augus Weber, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Snyder, Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Maurer, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Underwood, Mrs. Harold Hebel and Glen, Muriel Klem and Chas. Miller.

October, 1928.

22 Monday. Cloudy & windy. Walter helped to thresh at Earl Miller's this morning and part of the afternoon. Vernon plowed this a.m. and helped to cut corn at Eph. Snyder's. Tonight Walter & Ella & Charlier Miller went to Elmira church where Rev. Frye preached again.

23 Tuesday. Cloudy & drizzly. The men plowed this forenoon. This p.m. Vernon helped to cut corn at Eph. Snyder's. Ella spent the afternoon at Noah Miller's Tonight we were at Earl Miller's for a goose roast and didn't leave much of "Jacob" except the bones. Harvey's were there too.

24 Wednesday. Drizzly miserable weather. Ella did the washing and the men plowed. Vernon helped at Eph Snyder's again this forenoon.

25 Thursday. Showery & colder. The men were plowing today. Eva Schneider visited Ella this afternoon.

Born - On Oct. 26, to Mr. & Mrs. Eph. Snyder a daughter Ruth

October, 1928.

26 Friday. Hard frost this morning. Cold. The men plowed this morning and topped turnips this p.m. Ella & Vernon took up some of the dahlia roots today. Jus. Wagner died this morn-ing at Otto Miller's. Walter & Vernon were at Sam. Horst's tonight helping to move the stove into the winter kitchen

27 Saturday. Cold & raw Walter went to Elmira this morning and Vernon got some sand for the chimney. Ella went over to Otto Miller's this morning and helped to do some baking. This afternoon it rained and the men topped turnips for awhile.

28 Sunday. Cold & windy. Showers and snowflurries. We visited Clayton Scheifile's neaar Conestoga today. Ella & Earl Miller wentt down too and Oliver Scheifele's were there. We called at Grandpa Krauter's this morning We had a very enjoyable day.

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Ellamanda Krauter Maurer, “Ellamanda Krauter Maurer Diary, 1928-1929,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed May 22, 2024, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/471.

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