19 December 2015
16th-17th March 1946: swapped papers
16 Sat. Black frost, even colder than yesterday but less wind; very dull. Connie Freeman brought her new baby sister Phyllis for me to see. A lovely baby with large dark green-grey eyes, and a most bewitching smile: I was charmed. To Merton to buy cats meat. Made and fitted new centralising device for R & A loudspeaker, not quite satisfactory.
17 Sun. Black morning frost, but less cold later; very dull. The children called and were interested in two powerful magnets I showed them. Peter Child came and brought a Wimbledon Boro News in exchange for a Methodist Recorder.
Posted by Tony