November 7 Sunday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and warm wind So.W.

Went up on the hill this morning and after that I came back by Pick’s and saw Eric and Walder. They are all fine.

After dinner Thel took Eleanor, Ski, and down to town, I dropped off at the Armory, Eleanor went out North where the parade was to start.

2 P.M. We started to march from N. Ply back to the green where the Exercises were held, Hugh Marrety, and Bill Armstrong and a member of the Legion spoke from there. We marched down around the rock and up to Plymouth Hall, where all the company’s picture was taken.

After supper, Ed Swift and Grace and Kenny came in for a couple of hours.

They had been visiting Ada at Dave’s.

“Anger makes dull men witty, but it keeps them poor.” Bacon

One Reply to “November 7 Sunday, 1943”

  1. May be Hugh Maraghy, who was judge in Plymouth. He and Bill Armstrong both had homes on Sandwich Street, across from Jordan Hospital.


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