August 19 Thursday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cool, wind W.

Chet worked out back of the barn cutting some trees down.

I weeded out the cutting garden.

Mrs Hornblower told me she is going up to see Martha.

After, I put the tin cans out for the war collectors. They pick them tomorrow morning.

Thel is reading Green Light and likes it. I saw the picture.

Mrs. H picked a lot of beach plumb today.

I made a stand and mounted the hummingbirds nest on it.

Eleanor has gone to Motor Corp again tonight.

I picked some tomatoes. Have a lot of summer squash in the garden.

I have one swell looking watermelon and it is growing fine.

“A page digested is better than a volume hurriedly read.” Macaulay

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