August 17 Tuesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cool wind So. W.

Got a letter from Dave and Dot. They are moving to Jackson Heights Long Island.

Got a letter from harry and he has found a few Indian Relics at the camp he is at close to Washington. He said that he expects to have five days furlow soon.

After supper, Thel drove me over to the river bridge and I fished about an hour and didn’t get a bite.

Jim Adams had a nice bass.

Mick Swift came down and went casting for bass.

When we got hom, Archie, Shrimp, Cozette and their kids were over here. Claire Driscoll came to say she had a film to take some pictures of the hummingbirds but she is too late.

“One anecdote of a man is worth a volume of biography.” Channing

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