April 14 Wednesday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cold, wind SW.

Dug all day in the flower garden in what is to the bean patch. Had to go over to H.H. barn for the milk, since nobody brought it over.

Rode over to town with Eleanor, she and Ski went to the pictures and I went to drill.

We went up back of Newfield St. and formed two headquarters, then sent out patrols from each to locate each other and send back information. After we got back to the Armory we discussed the results.

Thelma had her club meeting here tonight. They broke up at 11-10 pm.

Very cold again tonight.

“Speech is great but silence is greater.” Carlyle


Eleanor and Jess, 1943

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