By this time my wife is really a genuine sleepy head. She was scarcely up in time to see me off to work, and was herself quite late for work.

We were, what I would call, exceptionally busy at my new employment today. Everything was fine except my eyes bothered me toward evening.

After work we took our "family" and went to Lancaster First to a League Banquet. A Dr. Leber spoke and delivered a rousing message to a couple hundred of us "youngsters."

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