January 29 Friday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of ___________

Cloudy and not too cold. Wind east.

Went over and dug Eleanor’ car and Aunt Tirzah’s mailbox

Came back and dug out the driveway garbage pail and porch.

Went up on the hill, the snow is about a foot deep on the level and three feet in some drifts.

Saw a large flock of ducks fly over.

Tracked a mail fox up on the hill. Put out some feed for the birds.

Stopped in to see Eric on the way home.

Betty took Thelma’s car over to Bill Wards.

This snow is very heavy and hard to walk through.

I am listening to a fight between Willy Pep and Al Schultz.

Pep won the fight.

Betty just came in.

(“Creditors have better memories than debtors.” Franklin)

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