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Eileen Kinnick Diary - 1936 - Week 36

Eileen Kinnick

1936 Diary

Week 36 – Aug 31-Sept 6

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1936 Orientation - middle of the year

Eileen was 17 on Dec. 14, 1935
Graduate, Coon Rapids (IA) High School

Leo is 1 year older
Buzzy is 10 years younger

Summertime 1936



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Monday, Aug 31

Edith came over again. I felt pretty good. Marian came out & we rode in Plymouth . Paul T. & Jesse came to see Leo. I read “Her Father's Daughter.” Dad went to school board meeting. Real windy out. I read & finished my book at nite. Leo a little better.

[added later: Jessie Textor & Paul]

SEE: Book detail: "Her Father's Daughter"

Paul Textor, 1935 Grad Photo


Tuesday, Sept 1

Edith here. I helped with work and then boys & I went to town. Drs. weren't there. Got kerosene & came home. Pokie C. here at noon & Edith went home with them. Edith had to register today. I went in to town in pm. & got some groceries & took my library books back. Saw Edith & Helen at school house. Got new ink for pen. Real cool at nite. Cleaned the upstairs. We 3 kids out in car at nite playing. Slept up stairs. Rained real good at night.


Wednesday, Sept 2

Nice cool day after rain. Mom & I did work alone. Edith didn't come. Cleaned kitchen. My leg hurt. Laid down awhile. Edith Rabuck called. In pm. went over to Lunds'. Curled Helen J., Edith's, Ernas & Mrs. Lunds's heads. Edith ironed (scorched) Dad's pants & shirts. Edith & Helen road {sic} to the corner with me. “Halibut you tell that to all the girl.” “ Amsterdam tired of that song.” Nice and cool at night. Listened to Gracie Allen, and Town Hall & read. Listened to football game between the “All Stars” and “Detroit Lions.” 7-7. Surely was good.

SEE: Football detail: 1936 College All-Stars vs. Detroit Lions (1935 Champs)


Thursday, Sept 3

Still nice and cool. Couldn't get the fire going for pancakes. Made appt. & had 8 Xotos Curls put in my hair at 9:00. Home at 11:30. Dad didn't come home to dinner. Jenny gone! Howard had “Tummy ache.” In pm. cleaned upstairs and dining room. Felt pretty good. Doc. Jewell out to see Leo. He's getting along pretty good. Read and played games ou (sp?) paper in kitchen at nite. I took a sponge bath & listened to Bob Burns. Slept upstairs. Dad had school board.


Friday, Sept 4

Usual work. Still nice & cool. Leo still running a temp. I went to town in pm. to put the gas iron fixed at Jones'. Howard & Buzzie went with me. Ironed in pm. Rainy all day. To bed early. Rained.


Saturday, Sept 5

Cleaned whole down stairs. Baked a dandy Minnie ha ha. Lil & Del here for dinner. Getting hot out. Went in to Rich's in pm & stayed for supper. Parked car in from of Garst's. Wore satin blouse & jumper. Went riding V-8.


Sunday, Sept 6

[September 6 underlined heavily – added: Will it ever come?]

Usual work. Had ice cream for dinner. Took Howie home in pm. We kids & Dad. Looked at mine & wore Karl's o'alls. An awful storm when we came back. Leo not so well. Went to bed early.

[added: (Coal mine)]


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