March 17 Wednesday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of ___________

Rain, East wind, So. E wind, then East.

Saw the cock pheasant.

Rakes up and wheeled rubbish to the dump all day.

George and Eleanor were here at noon.

Wen over to drill tonight.

Walked partway home with Charlie and Paul.

Rode home from the car barn with a corporal up at Stones.

Betty and I walked down Cliff Street.

Bought a 2 in roll of bandage for next Monday night.

“No thoroughly occupied man was ever yet very miserable.” L.E. Landon

One Reply to “March 17 Wednesday, 1943”

  1. Just wanted to say GREAT JOB, I’m Larry grandson of Jess, enjoying all the readings, can’t wait to get to 1950 when I was born !!!!! Thanks again

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