July 21 Wednesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and hot, wind So.

Went to drill tonight, and we marched over to the Green and drilled there, the firstt ime for a good many years.

Just as I came out of the Armory, there was a blackout so I came home on foot in the dark.

Thel went over to Kingston to supper with Fannie, Cozette, and Helen Downie.

Mrs. H read a letter from Harry, and a camp report from Martha.

There is a Dr. Mayo coming from Cohasset to take some moving pictures of the hummingbids when they have hatched.

“The result proves the wisdom of the act.” Ovid

One Reply to “July 21 Wednesday, 1943”

  1. Thel went over to Kingston to supper with Fannie, Cozette, and Helen Doronis. It’s Helen Downie. I know it doesn’t look like what he wrote, but, that’s what he meant to spell. Helen took care of me for a few days when my dad was injured.

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