October 9 Saturday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of Fair and warm, wind So.

Got up early this morning and went up on the hill and found Martha had taken the dogs up to Whipple’s.

I went down to the corner of Cliff Street and Walder picked me up and I got off at the Post Office.

Then Charlie Sherman came along with Mrs. Bill Pierce and Mrs Adrian Whiting, I got in with them and we all went to Boston to attend the annual meeting of the Mass Arch Society.

It sure was good to see all the old gang again.

Dr. Eklaw spoke in the afternoon as did Ben Smith and my friend Mr. Fuller.

After supper, the speaker for the evening was Doug Byers. He gave a talk on the hunting and probable farming condition on N.E. for the Indians.

Rode home with Charlie S.

“All sunshine makes the desert.” Arab proverb

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