August 6 Friday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind east.

I went with Mrs. H over to Richard Greenwoods to see what damage had been done by someone that had broken in there. They got in by smashing out a lower sash in a cellar window.

I punctured my rear wheel on my bike again.

The minister was here tonight. He said his father lost his wheat crop by a hail storm.

Painted up my spoon baits and […] and fishing pole.

Wrote a letter to Fred Johnson last night.

“Courage in danger is half the battle.” Plautus

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