19 April 2017

19th April 1948: death levy... and rotting church

19 Mon. Very mild, some soft hazy sunshine, not much wind, pleasant. Bought several packets of flower seeds and fish locally. Met dear Gladys, oh, she is nice. She told me Russell is in hospital. Sowed seeds of sweet peas, clarkia, and marigolds (two sorts.) Dear Gwennie called; Katie gave her an orange. Paid the Slate Club, there was a death levy for Mr. Adams. The timbers in the roof of the Church are seriously attacked with dry rot and parts of the roof are covered with tarpaulin.

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