Tuesday, July 23, 1946

204th day- 161 days follow.

Fair and warmer.

Stopped in to see Pick and the boys.  They are looking better.  Walder called up and canceled the fishing trip as he has no bait and it is too windy

Rained a little this evening.

We were just going up to see Eleanor when Mr. Shanklin and Richelene came in a stayed a couple of hours

Ski and Marion Finney went to the pictures.

Mr. Shanklin expects that he will marry Tillie and Rodman..

Dot Dunlap came around at noon and asked me to kill a woodchuck in front of her barn door, so I went around and Charlie Fraser Sr. and Geo. Dunlap were standing looking at it.

I took an iron rake and killed it.

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