June 30 Wednesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind So.

Put top dressing on the pool lawn.

Eleanor worked at Mabbit’s office from 8 a.m. Yesterday morning. They had to revise their payroll.

Eleanor took me over to the Armory. We marched down to and along Water St, over as far as Stephen’s Field, and their Corporal took over and drilled the Company. Then we marched up on to the Main Street and back to the Armory, we put a blanket in our pack to carry in next Sunday’s parade.

Bill Avery gave me a ride as far as Jabz Corner. I walked home from there.

Thel went over to Bert’s for supper with the […] Club.

Charlie Frazier is painting his house.

Mrs Driscoll was down to see Thel.

“Magnificent promises are always to be suspected.” Theodore Parker

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