April 22 Thursday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Cold and cloudy wind east.

Nellie called up and I went up and lifted Aunt Tirzah up off her bedroom floor. She had fallen and couldn’t get up.

Sharpened and cleaned up the lawnmower on the hill.

Dr. came here at noon and operated on the lamb.

Johnnie Keller came in for a few minutes tonight.

The sun came out this afternoon for the first time in quite a while.

Dd\id a little work on my garden.

“Expense of time is the most costly of all expenses.” Theophrastus

One Reply to “April 22 Thursday, 1943”

  1. John Kellen Is the Son of Roger Kellen the well known Violin builder who lived in downtown Plymouth. John was his apprentice.


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