July 28 Wednesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm wind So.

Chet showed up to work today.

Eleanor drove me over to drill, she was on duty at the armory.

We went over the back way, picked up corp. Sampson of Stafford St. and we went up to Watsons to look at some blue spruce trees.

We marched over to the Green and I had my first experience drilling a squad.

We are going on maneuvers next Saturday and Sunday up at the Plymouth Rod and Gun Club.

Found ten tomato worms on my vines.

Dug some more clover aout of the bowling green.

Eleanor has her car fixed.

“Nothing is more disgraceful than insincerity.” Cicero

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