November 18 Thursday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of Marie Eleanor Brewer

Fair and cool, wind West.

Saw a flock of 14 geese today.

Fred Moon came over this A.M. and got a piece of glass.

Raked up grass all day.

After supper, Thel, Earle’s wife, and I went up to Rock, we took up 3 turkeys and got 3 cases of eggs and a can of potato chips, we left the stuff up at Henry Swift’s

I saw the chicken hawk again today.

Quite cold tonight.

Hunted for a rabbit on my home from work, didn’t start one.

The eels I got last Sunday tasted fine.

“Do not stir the fire with a sword.” Pythagorus

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