February 28 Sunday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of ___________

Fair wind south, blow your eyes out.

This morning I went over to Vicks and Walder and I moved one of the small buildings that was in the orchard. We put it over by the drive. Walder is going to use it for a tool house.

After dinner I took a walk up on the hill and from there over to Arthur Woods plowing and I found one good arrowhead and one broken point and one base.

When I came back I went over to Archies, Thel, Ski, Fannie, and Charlie Holman and his wife and child.

Tonight I was out on a test blackout. This one was different than any of the previous ones. This one ran on alert for ten minutes than the street lights went out, total black out for twenty minutes, then the streetlights came on and homes were lighted ten minutes later.

“Religious contention is the devil’s harvest.” Fontaine

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