Girda’s box-supper. Everything went off slick as grease. I didn’t take any “supper” but had a good time.
Audrey and Maxine came up to stay all night. We “ganged up” and went to the show ‘n’ what “A Holy Terror.”
I love the image of Grandma and her friends tearing up the town.
Started a “pre-canceled” department in my stamp collection, and rearranged my book.
I just bought four panes of stamps at the post office. They can be so cool! I particularly like the Year of the Rabbit and Kansas Statehood designs. So, even though I don’t have a collection (as my husband once did) I do have an appreciation.
I love pretty stationary therefore I love pretty stamps! Speaking of pretty stationary, I am lucky that Denise designed our wedding invitations before she decided to focus on illustration. Check out her sweet designs! http://www.niseemade.com/blog/
Went down to Superior to get Grandpa. He had two lots for sale but couldn’t get a bid on them.
Rough times… I wonder if something is growing on that land now, or if it’s built upon. There are so many opportunities for additional research in these posts! If only I had more time and, let’s be honest, more patience. But really, I’d like to know these things!
Dannie’s just as old as I am now. Have decided I’m going to see her some of these years. - September 29, 1931
I don’t know who Dannie is, but I hope they were reunited at some point.
Up to Velda’s last night. I have found one must never take brothers along when one goes to see girl chums oneself.
Girl chums! I like this expression.
Papers all publish “Alma Imhoff Wins First Award in Essay Contest.” Four columns in Nelson Herald.
Way to go, Grandma! Now if I could just find this essay, which is on Nebraska.