November 1 Monday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm, wind No West.

Saw two butterflies in the meadow.

Shut off water in the barn.

Wheel barrowed fireplace wood from back of the over into the house cellar.

Mosquitoes, flies, bees, and wasps flying around this afternoon.

The foxes have dug out one of the old woodchuck holes between Everett Finney’s field and farm on the hill.

Milt was in and told Thel that he was over to the court and he got fined $20 for reckless driving and $30.00 more for leaving the scene of the accident.

Thel, Ski, and went to the show tonight, the picture was Corvette and was a pretty fair picture.

The stars look very bright.

I scraped the paint off of Thel and Eleanor’s headlights.

The dimout is over for good, I hope.

“The best throw with the dice is to throw them away.” Old Proverb

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