“A few little weeds never hurt….”

Saturday, August 21, 1943

Another day of silence from Abe and Lois. On the Pacific Front, the Allies were moving forward in Guinea and had taken Salamaua. Russian was on the move and had surged into the Ukraine. (We know now what the consequences will be for that country.) In Europe, the Allies unleashed a new weapon – give a cheer for the WASPS, the women pilots in the Air Force. And a moral about garden weeds and sin from Little Orphan Annie.

p.12_Aug. 21, 1943


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