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The old faithful alarm called me about six this morning and I was the first man to work at the mill.

We did what we could and waited for a carload of Purina to come in and then set to work to mix a half dozen big waiting orders. We finished quite on time then John and I waited till 6:30 for Dick to come, all in vain.

After late supper, I played one game of Chinese Checkers, then tried to budget myself till the wedding. I looked over my C.E. topic & then to bed.

It was a very swell day. The warmest and brightest yet.


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Mar 23, 1939 Herman Brackbill Journals Mar 25, 1939
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