April 7 Wednesday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cold.

Cleaned up rubbish all day.

Percy came over and we played a couple of games of crib.

Milt Vaughan was here to supper.

Thel got a letter from Dottie, she said Dave was going to Troy Ohio on business for his firm.

Mary Galleger called me up tonight and she said they had heard from Bud and he has been promoted to Captain.

The radishes that came up in my cold frame froze.

Saw a flight of nice army planes.

There are a lot of boats traveling on the bay.

My cold is much better and I am beginning to feel pretty good again.

Eleanor went up to a meeting of the Motor Corp in Brockton.

“Justice delayed, is justice denied.” Gladstone

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