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24 May 2015

24th May 1945: paper birds for the girls

24 Thur. Rather cold, very dull, but a little fairer and milder in evening. Put back outer cover of cycle on front wheel and vice versa as the back cover has worn somewhat. Gwennie and Laurie called. Made paper birds beaks for Evelyn Baden-Powell and Nita Hart. Little Ann Cole who lives in Bronson Rd fell over in this road and cut her knee badly so I carried her through the house and put her over the fence at the back to her mother: poor little dear. Aunt Liza called. Mrs. Jordan called; she had not previously seen this road since the doodle-bug fell. Alan McAinsh called to say his wife had a baby girl to-day. He played the piano; a far better player than I. Gave him some flowers for Marjorie his wife.

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