November 8 Monday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Cloudy and warm, wind So.E.

Took Mrs H. rations books and mailed them to Boston.

Joe Manter plowed up the fire belt up on the hill.

Started in to train this afternoon.

Thel and Ski worked this afternoon.

I have never seen so few game birds as there is this hunting season.

Saw Percy Finney starting off with a bucket and his smelt poles.

There are some terrible forest fires burning in Cal.

If nothing interferes I will write to Bob and Dave tomorrow night.

Aunt Tizzah had a birthday last week, she is 89 years old.

” Who will adhere to him that abandons himself?” Sir P. Sidney

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