Tag Archives: Marjorie Lenore Hull

January 28, 1923

Sun 28   Cool Clear & Sunny   Ralph Isabel & Marjorie went to Sunday School   Came home at Eleven   We were drest for Sunday & all went to Ontario to Maudes & had an Excellent dinner & some Idaho folks came & sayed [stayed] awhile & more Idaho folks came & the room is full   about 3 Palmers all came in 2 autos & brot Mrs Roup & Jennie Boyd  old Wellman Iowa friends & Nabers & we were sure glad to see them   they only stayed a short time   with callers all gone nice fire in the grate we past a very pleasant Eve   Maude gave me a cup of strong hot ginger tea & a hot iron to my feet as I have Symtoms of taking cold

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January 26, 1923

At Isabels & Maudes

 Friday January 26 1923   Sun rose clear   we arose about 8   Isabel starts a nice gas fire in our room & brings us hot water to wash    my cold is better but I don’t feel good   I ate 2 pancakes   soon after 10 Ralph came home from land trip to Arizona   tis cold   don’t warm up fast   Roy & Dave called awhile after dinner   all but me went to school   Margaret P graduates    we gave her 2 silver dollars   I commenced a letter to Leslie   I gave Marjorie 50 cents

January 24, 1923

Wed 24   Dark Damp & rainy    we arose before 8   I am Not feeling well   just after 8 Carrol came from Ontario & took Ralphs car & took Marjorie to school & will Bring Maude & Fred from Ontario for the days visit   Dave wil also Come    Rain don’t stop visiting in California   at 10 Maude Dave Carol & Fred K [Klockentager] came & spent the day & tho it rand [rained] most of the day & I feel poorly   yet we past a pleasant social day & all but Carol left for their homes   No letters

February 23 1922

Thursday February 23 1922   At Maudes in Ontario   Mostly cloudy   we arose Near 7 & ate a good breakfst of pancakes   Otto went to work & Carol to School   I sat around & read & PM I took a walk East from Maudes   I went to Bank with Maude & gave her $500,00 to pay on her home   after Supper Ralph & Isabel & Marjorie came & Stayed til bed time & brot me a letter & Sessment [assessment?] from C M Livezy assessor for me to fill out   also a letter from Leslie in Clermont containing one from Dave in Stilwater   he [Dave] thinks he can meet us soon   at 8-30 Isabel Marjorie Ralph & I came to Isabels leaving Mother with Maude  getting a new dress made & an old one made over   we reached home and to bed at 9-30   the burning well WSW showed very plain coming home 

February 5, 1922

Sun 5   A very fine cool day   we arose late   I slept only fair & ate a good breakfst of pancakes & my cold is No worse   Isabel has a bad cold & cant talk loud   I drest in my Sunday best   only Marjore & Ralph went to church   I ate a hearty dinner & am feeling much better & Now at 1-30 pm the thermometer stands at 59 & the sun shies warm & is a still beautiful day & we had a good dinner   Beef loaf good fruit salad & whipt cream  about 2 Roys [family] came & Max & Ottos [Otto Klockenteger’s family] & Warren & Nellies 2 children Lamont & Margaret & we had a realy good visit   Especially the young folks

February 2, 1922

Thursday February 2, 1921 [1922]  At Isabels in Pomona, California   fair & cool   We arose at 7   Isabel made us a nice fire in the grate & we had good pancakes for breakfast   I wrote to Ezra Bradford in the Soldiers Home Ioa [Iowa]    I have a bad feeling in the back of my Neck & head  Heavy frost & Cold this morn   Now at Noon in shade 53   after dinner Ralph & I went down town & rode all around  up one street & down another looking at houses & vacant  lots   Thinking some of buying   many properties for sale but they want too much money   we wound up by going south of the residence a mile or 2 to see Ralphs 20 acre farm   a very fine looking 20 acres & nice paved road runs almost to the land   I got Chamberlains tablets   I gave Marjorie 5-0 [50 cents]

May 27, 1921

Friday May 27 1921   Warm & showery   lots of threatening   I replanted a few pole beans   I piled quite a lot of manure   McConnel still keeps his horses in my Barn & doing nothing   I think they would be better on pasture   I got mail at Noon   cards for my 85 birthday from Maude Marjorie Margaret & from Isabel   I appreciate the remembrance   I got pork & liver 33c   after dinner Mother & I called at Wm Wade & took a nice boquet of roses   Wade is a very sick man & failing fast   I went down town & it looked so like a shower   I didn’t stay long   I tied up a few grape vines  it rained a little shower last nite