October 25 Monday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cool wind No.

Put in the whole morning tying up newspaper and magazines for salvage.

Eleanor got two more wedding presents today, a silver dish from the Barne’s and a $20.00 check from Mrs. Hornblower.

Thel and Ski worked up at the store today.

Betty Covell came in tonight and borrowed Ski’s motor cycle belt.

Wanetta hasn’t got home from Michigan yet.

Have found several places where the foxes take their sun baths.

“He who considers too much will perform little.” Schiller

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