June 3 Thursday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind No.

Fred was on the job today.

Eleanor took Dave, Dottie, and the Baby to the train.

Worked in the garden after supper.

Seems rather quiet tonight with all the company gone.

Well, we have another coal strike thanks to John Lewis.

Dave, Ski, and Barbie went in swimming down at the pond yesterday.

Redo came up and put in a lever on the gas stove. He soldiered up my fish pole and brought the new motor for the furnace booster pump.

Some of my peas are in bloom. My lima beans don’t look good at all.

“Man is a reasoning rather than a reasonable animal.” Alexander Hamilton

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