July 13 Tuesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and hot, wind So.

Stopped and woke up Walder to see if he would go sea bassing tonight. He said he would.

Mr and Mrs. Mayer and Johnnie were up to the hill today.

Put new green on the bowling green for brown patch.

The hummingbird has two eggs in her nest.

Thel put up some beans and beets.

Percy Finney’s grandson is here, he is wearing glasses.

Milt was around again today.

After supper, I went over to Walder’s and he and I went fishing and we got nothing. We each got a bite, but lost our fish.

Frank Holman is still up at Earl’s store, running it for him.

Picked cucumbers.

“God divided man into men, that they might help each other.” Seneca

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