Sun 14 A fine partly cloudy da we arose a little early & at 7-30 Leslie took Roy to Washington to go home Leslie was out back at 10 & he put on his 1st Lieut Uniform for the first & we all went to church & Leslie & Lavanda went to Lexington to Dr. Gardners PM & we visited with Dave & the girls in the eve we all went to ME church to a steropticon lecture by a Rev Brigham of riverside showing German crimes & atrocities a foolish mess of misrepresentation & ought not to be patronized any where especially in a church
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