September 29 Wednesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cool wind, No E.

Geo and Eleanor went up to Boston after Dave and family.

Got a swell photograph of Bob in his flying uniform.

Eleanor and George came in at 5 PM with Dave, Dot and Davene, they all look fine.

Walder brought in the baby carriage so Davene will have a bed to sleep in. She can crawl around and pull herself up on her feet with no trouble at all.

I went over to the Armory to drill.

We had moving pictures of methods of hand to hand fighting.

Doughnuts and coffee were served after the company was dismissed. Walked home with Paul and Clark.

The folks were all up when I got home and we went to bed around midnight.

“A life spent worthily should be measured by deeds, not years.” Sheridan

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