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been on the entertainment committee, we could’t win.
We ate cider and doughnuts and danced afterwards.
Gosh, I had a neat time.
December 3, 1942
This afternoon Midge and I saw “Forest
Rangers” with Fred MacMurray and Paulette Goddard.
It was a technicolor comedyish affair with excitement
in the for of forest fires. Midge heard this
evening that Charlie, her Army Air Corps man
is coming home to Richmond for two weeks
furlough from Texas. She’s so terrifically happy.
Tonight the war directly affected Alpha
Pi chapter of Kappa Delta. In the midst of our
solemn pledging ceremony, the airraid siren blew
and we had a blackout. Such scurrying, as we
turned out lights and rigged up blackout shades.
Finally we picked up where we left off and
we finished it without further excitement.
December 4, 1942
This afternoon I studied somewhat.
Bill came over to pick up his fountain pen
which he’d left here Wednesday evening. I
got a letter from Bill Boyd. He had a swell time