June 13 Sunday, 1943

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ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm wind So.

Rode my wheel over to see Walder, Pic, and Eric.

Rode over to town with Walder. We put a new rope on his boat.

When I got back, Archie and I went up to the Hotel Rocks and each dug a bucket of nice clams.

Walder and I were going fishing for bass tonight but it rained so we didn’t go.

Dot Dunlap, Cozette, Archie and Fannie came in for a few minutes tonight.

Milt Vaughan sold a lit of his rabbits today.

Didn’t feel like working in the garden.

John Morton called me up and said Jack had fungus [?] scratching in his garden and I think he is mistaken.

“One should eat to live, not live to eat.” Franklin

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