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Journal Albert and Gladys March 1932

February 25, 2019

We have seen the Expense journal of Albert and Gladys for January and February.  Now we will move on to March since we will be in the Month of March in just a few days. 

A reminder that Albert and Gladys are a young couple with a baby living in 1932. Albert is still employed.

March 1,1932 Montgomery Ward  2.48.  Dr. Shultz 7.00

March 2, Grocery .95, Gas and Oil 1.30

March 3, Grocery  .25  

March 4, Sunset Dairy 6.67, Pastry and Bread  .25

March 5, Magnesea  .25, Grocery 3.76, Key .10

March 6, Rent 18.00, Cash received $57.78

March 8, Gasoline 1.00, Grocery 1.34, Misc. .40

March 9, Films .35, Tooth paste (.19), N Bottle (.05) = .22, Aqua Velva (.10) Pencil sharper (.05) = 15, Bread and pastry .33

44.80

Balance 44.80

Bread .20, Lett, Ice .8, Gasoline .40, groceries 3.63, Photograph .39

March 14 Bread.28, Penney Misc .79, Suit 10.00, Shoes 1.29, Pillow .50, Dish Towels .20, Earring, 49, Film .35, Montg Ward 1.44, gasoline .40, Tire 4.79, grocery .57. postage .12

71.72

March 16, Balance 71.72

groceries .93, Haircut .25, Paragoric .25, Investment 12.00, Pictures .63, gas 1.00, bread .13, Crito .80, Duster etc. .55, Annisol 1.25. groceries 3.58, Suppositories 1.00, Cake .35, glas etc .15, Misc .50

March 21 Show .30, Cash Received 62.60, Lights 2.12, Dr and Insurance 2.25

March 22 Grocery .50

100.26

Balance 100.26

March 25 Grocery .50, Rattle .10

March 26 Baby Rabbit .15, Baby Shoes .98, Groceries .18, Dexto .63, Fillers .38, paper .05

March 27 Gasoline 1.00, Easter gifts .45

March 28 picture .57, Gas Co. 1.26

March 29 Bread .35, Chair .69

March 30 P.O. Box 1.00, groceries .40, groc .56, spray 1.? (torn)

Balance 114.20

Balance 114.20

Grocery 1.00

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           115.20

Investment  12.00

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             103.20

Misc 12.96

Grocery 30.79

Auto 9.89

Clothes 16.19

Doctor 7.00

Rent 18.00

Household 2.74

Lights 2.12

Dr.& Insurance 2.25

Gas 1.26

Cash Earned 

57.78

62.60

___________

120.38

103.20

_____________

17.18

 Investment 20.00

                    12.00

_________________

                    32.00

So we see that Albert and Gladys had $17.18 leftover and invested $32.00 for the month of March.

We will be back to visit their journal in April

Grandma Donna

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