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The waterwheel was full of sticks and things this morning and so we had to clean it out before starting. We were busy all day but we had an early start.

The weather is very unnatural for this time of year. It is extremely warm--there is no frost in the ground and farmers every where are working.

Some tobacco was sold to day for 15 ¢,

In the evening we had Y.P. Choir practice. Then Jane & I went to Christiana to hear Rev. Douglas Davies from Phila. We spent the rest of the "evening" at Kinzers & parted as usual late, sleepy yet unwillingly.

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Jan 10, 1939 Herman Brackbill Journals Jan 12, 1939