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We got up when we should have this morning for a change--that is when the alarm called us.

It was warm and bright and promised little or no relief for the day, which promise was faithfully kept. The only relief we got was after supper when we took Nancy over home and "swam all over the Dam."

We weren't too busy at the mill. Wheat has not been coming in so fast this week but that is fine because we are practically full.

The moon was pretty tonight and the old place was very attractive to her native son.

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Jul 24, 1939 Herman Brackbill Journals Jul 26, 1939