Monday, June 15, 1942
Today has been much cooler. I worked until about four when I went to church to get Leone and Carole Anne. Ruth went to the doctor today. He thinks her trouble is with her kidneys.
Mr. John Callis and I watched for planes this morning from six until nine.
Tuesday, June 16, 1942
Wednesday, June 17, 1942
Thursday, June 18, 1942
I worked this morning. I came home about one o’clock to take Leone to the Doctor. He had gone to take a patient to Norfolk to the hospital so consequently we did not see him.
Friday, June 19, 1942
Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities, no doubt, crept in. Forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. Begin it serenely, and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with old nonsense. Emerson
Tonight Leone went to the Doctor and from there she and I went to a banquet given by the Junior Womans Club at the High School. The proceeds from the sale of tickets will go the U.S.O. I acted as toast master. There were several duets by Nancy Taylor and Paul Brewington, a tap dance number by Marguerite Lewis and “Jackie” Dunston. H.M. Minter, Attorney for the Commonwealth spoke briefly. Approximately one hundred twenty five attended.
Saturday, June 20, 1942
Worked this morning and part of the afternoon.
Sunday, June 21, 1942
Today has been unbearably hot. We has a fair Sunday School. Immediately following Sunday School one of the Instructors at Ferrum College talked about that school. An offering was taken together with the pledge cards signed to be paid over a period of two years.
Tonight we had our Children’s Day Service. The crowd was not so large as usual due I think to the hot weather principally. The program was good and the offering amounted to $17.80. Carole Anne said her part splendidly.