April 6 Tuesday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of                             

Fair and cold, ground frozen, wind N.

Lige Eldridge called up today and said that his father died today down at Dennisport.

My pet flycatcher got home today, she has had a nest over my shanty up on the hill for two years now.

Cleaned up rubbish all day.

Mr and Mrs Hornblower came in to see Thel Sat. afternoon. And left some cough syrup for me.

There was some talk about running the beach club next summer.

Ethel Swift stopped in tonight.

A lot of ships travel out in the bay. Lots of planes flying around.

Betty is cutting out a dress. Eleanor got a record from George he and another soldier made in St. Louis on their way to Texas.

“Friendship is equality.” Pythagoras

4 Replies to “April 6 Tuesday, 1943”

  1. Andi, Thank you so much for this blog! I am Bob Lee’s granddaughter and I have a very vague memory of “Grampie Brewer” but I can’t wait to read these posts every morning. This is good stuff!

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