October 23 Saturday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Cloudy and cool, wind No.

Mrs. H called up for her ration books that she had left here.

Paul Goodwin came up this morning and he and I went hunting up around the country farm, Obery, and Ward’s pasture. All we saw was rabbits.

Bill Whiting and I went up to the Nook and dug out a few shell pits in Geo. Lee’s garden. I found one arrow point a piece of graphite and two broken bone awls.

Eleanor went up to the Toll House to a wedding party for Elba Catti.

Thel and I went out to Bill Pierce’s to the Archaeology Meeting. We had a good meeting.

Bill has a large spear point that was in three parts that he found several months apart. It is a dandy.

“Nothing is so hard, but search will find it out.” Herrick

2 Replies to “October 23 Saturday, 1943”

  1. Paul Goodwin came up this morning and he and I went hunting up around the country farm, Obery, and Ward’s pasture. All we saw was rabbits. *** I think he was hunting around the county farm (Plymouth County Jail and farm) on Obery St. and Ira Ward’s pasture which was purchased by the county when he died. Not sure if it was for the hospital expansion or the jail.

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