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Thursday, Nov. 7, 1918
Knitted all morning. Had a
regular cloud burst this afternoon
but I had a few errands to do up
town anyway. Carried a load of
stuff to the Red Cross rooms.
Cleared up toward supper time.
So I took Mary out for a walk --
went down to Marniee's & over to
Tantas. Tonight mother & I
cooked & ground up a chicken
for sandwiches with boiled eggs, etc.
MOther also made mince meat.
We had a good time. I also cooked
Mary's barley for several days to come.
Friday, Nov. 8, 1918
Spent the day at the Canteen as usual.
We have to keep open all day now
as it makes it more strenuous.
We had a sailor this morning who
won the Croix de Guerre won
in the battle of Chateau Thierry.
Our chicken sandwiches lasted
trhought out the day and were
much enjoyed. Letter from
Grace Wilkie to do some Chi