July 31 Saturday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cooler wind East.

Saw Mr. Berger on the hill. He is one of the managers of the Boston Bay Club Camp.

Pulled up my onions and picked some dried beans.

Eleanor took me over to the Armory at 4 PM and we got together and went up to the Rod and Gun Club camp.

No sleep to speak of all night.

I was Corp of the Guard from 12 M till 2. P.M. Had a lot of fun catching Gould and taking him back to the headquarters.

Sarg’t Cold told a story that made Pelletier throw up his supper. We had frankfurts and beans for supper, I had beans for dinner too and they sure did work.

Played some horseshoes.

“They who forgive most, shall be most forgiven.” Gailey

2 Replies to “July 31 Saturday, 1943”

  1. No sleep to speak of.
    I was Corp. of the Guard from 12 Midnight till 2. P.M 14 hrs.

    I love this. Can’t wait till the next edition.

    Liked by 2 people

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