January 20 Wednesday, 1943

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ToDay is the Birthday of ___________

Very cold and windy 8/0.

I went over to drill tonight, but got excused after inspection.

Came home with Howard Corey, he is working at the new shipyard.

I had chopped down the birch tree by the stone wall and started to cut out the vines along the wall but the N.W. Wind was so strong and cold that I gave that up and put in the rest of the day rakeing.

Eleanor and Betty went up to a party for Eddie Hathaway at Bud Mabbit’s –

Thelma wore her fox scarf for the first time tonight, she said the women liked it.

Hundreds of black ducks can be seen any time now setting on the ice in the harbor.

The Major was at the armory tonight for state inspection.

I expect we’ll have to go to camp for a week next summer.

(“Doubt whom you will, but never doubt yourself.” Bovee)

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