January 27 Wednesday, 1943

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ToDay is the Birthday of ___________

Snow, cleared up about 10-A.M.

Tracked a stray cat up around the hill. Stopped in to see Eric, saw Vick give him a bath.

I heard Spider caught an otter.

When I got over to the armory tonight I went right on the floor for roll call, then we were all ordered to get mackinaws and were marched down to the Theater and all went in to see Paul Muni in The Commandoes.

Louis Fugazzi and Corey went over and came back on the same car as I.

Bobby Swift told me he would like to join the state guard.

Thelma and I got a letter form Dave and Dot.

They were pleased to have had us pay them a visit last week end.

Clear and Cool tonight.

(“Where children are, there is the golden age.” Novallis)

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