July 1 Thursday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cool wind West.

Saw a woodcock on the side of the front drive, I was about eight feet from it, it wasn’t the least bit afraid of me.

Put top dressing on the bowling green.

Ski and Jubbie [?] worked haying for Frank Holman on the Bramhall land.

Chet shot a woodchuck in the cemetery at noon.

Earl Holman came out of the hospital today.

Worked in the garden tonight.

Martha Driscoll came down to the garden, she had found a butt end of a white quartz arrowhead.

Fuller Hammond sent a letter of explanation about not making a dividend payment.

“Every noble work is at first impossible.” Carlyle

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