I got up bright and early (as my custom is becoming to be) and didn't feel like eating a lot for breakfast.

Dick was around helping us most all day at the mill.

The weather was as nice as it has been yet this spring.

I was fortunate enough to be given the job of driving Mr. Hess in the La Salle collecting eggs from the farmers for the St. Joseph Hospital.

In the evening we had U.C.C.E. meeting. The girls guild met also and we had games and refreshments together. Short left in the P.M.

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