[Sun. Nov. 1. 1914] Sun.Nov.1 A pretty day & I’ve stayed home all day. Audrey & Martha went over to Wyns, Aunt Edie & Geogia were ther. A. stayed for supper
[Mon. Nov. 2. 1914] Mon.2. I sewed & crocheted on Audreys & Georgia’s Kimona Jackets. wish they were done. Wyn wants me to make another for
[Tue. Nov. 3. 1914] Page 167. Tue 3. Its rained hard this morn. A got breakfast & went back to bed & I got up & washed. Frank turned the tub & we were through at one oclock then I scrubbed the chairs.
[Wed. Nov. 4. 1914] Wed.4. I washed the Dinning room windows & sweep & dust & cleaned until one oclock then I crocheted & helped A. with her skirt. I have been crocheting jackets to earn money for my clothes. & help Nellie through this, Her last year of high school & it keeps me busy I’ll tell you
[Thrs. Nov. 5. 1914] Thurs.5. We all, except Nellie, have dreadful colds & just sick, I have been getting up through & getting breakfast until Tue. A got up. Oh. Dee.
[Fri. Nov. 6. 1914] Fri.6. Well Elbert has been working quite steady hope he can stick $3.50 per.day. crocheted & sewed to day & did housework.
[Sat. Nov. 7. 1914] Sat.7. Well I only did what I had to do.
[Sun. Nov. 8. 1914] Sun.8. A beautiful day & I have been indoors
[Mon. Nov. 9. 1914] Mon.9. Still feeling bad crocheted allday today Elbert was laid off today.
[Tue. Nov. 10. 1914] Tue. 10. Well I’ve done my useral house hole duties & crocheted to day, am tired tonight. Elbert went to Wellington today.
[Wed. Nov. 11. 1914] Wed.11. I washed today alovely day I cleaned the hen coop & then Tessie came over & we visited until 12-30. Roosters crowing when we went to bed. Oh dee.
[Thrs. Nov. 12. 1914] Thurs.12. Well I have done the house work and sewed & crocheted & am tired
[Fri. Nov. 13. 1914] Fri.13. Frank & Ruby have a nice boy born to day little before noon
[Sat. Nov. 14. 1914] Page 168.Sat.14. Frank looks happy to-day for he says he has a Bonney boy. I have worked hard to day Audrey & Martha went to deliver eggs for me & then went to see Ruby & the boy . Elbert Phone me to day saying he will be home Sun. or Mon. night. Earl Krantz want the boys to pull out his launch.
[Sun. Nov. 15. 1914] Sun.15. Well this has been one long day. & we haven’t had any letters for two week from the folks down south & only one card. It started to rain along toward morn & has kept a steady drizzle alday, now it getting dark & I’ll be glad when tomorrow dawns.
[Mon. Nov. 16. 1914] Mon.16. Elbert came home tonight.
[Tue. Nov. 17. 1914] Tue.17. Well I have helped a little each day with the house work done the washing scrubbing & baking & my ironing, and I have crocheted six Jackets for Mrs. Sandford (2) for Wyn Grant (2) for Mrs. Weigand (3) for Miss Griffin (1) for Mrs Essig of Elyria. I made and gave one to Audrey & Nellie, Ruby & Georgia for there birthdays. & I made (1) pair of crocheted slipper tops for Miss. Baumgart (1) pair for Ma & a pair for A. and apair of afagan stich booties for Ruby baby (Harvey Liman Bonney) came way up over his knees like stockings. The boys Frank Elbert & Bob shot several rabbits before and after Thanksgiving & Ma’s birth-day was the (29th) she was (57) years old. just think
[Tue. Nov. 17. 1914] Page 169. The boys & Mr. Krantz pulled out the Notsobad & senior Krantz has been under the weather every since Mrs. Gillmore don’t like the baby & she eats Moraphine pills and she most lost her mind of late they have been having one great time & now are talking of sending her to the State Sanitorium. Frank has make to rooms of. the shed, painted the ceiling & papered the walls & is ready to move in. Elbert built a coal house & wood shed for us & F has fixed up old corn crib for his coal shed. River has been frozzen over for 4 or more weeks(crossed out) several days looks like a looking glass. & lots of young folks skating.