March 27, 1921 (Boyd County, Nebraska): Was a bright day but cold on account of snow. We stayed home all day. This is Easter Sunday. Will has a cold so took a nap in p.m. then went to Brad’s for water.
April 12, 1925, Sunday (Hidden Timber, South Dakota): Easter Sunday. Early morning nice but about 8 a.m. started to blow from S. W. and got quite strong before noon, windy all day and towards evening a shower. Ed, Will and I left here at 6:30 a.m., got to Mission and took Rena, Leo and Edward along to St. Francis, had dinner at Dave’s after 10 o’clock Mass, went to ball game and at 6:30 went to a Play given by school and it was very nice, and then we came home. Car trouble, didn’t get here until 2 a.m., stopped at Hainie to get car fixed, left Rena and boys at Mission, got scared when car popped and Rena jumped first before car stopped, got quite a jar.
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