1940 - Not much accomplished today, I'm afraid. Spent the aft. out at school. Won't see Engravers till Mon. We went skating tonight + popped corn.
1941 1:00 It was so sweet of you to call, Frederick! - (Damn you, anyhow) - But I do know what I'm going to teach tomorrow)
1942 12:00 (Gee, I gotta get up in the morning. How'll I do it?) R.H. # + I went down to Civic Theater tryouts (Countrymen has me typed) We had hot choc. + talked -
1943 1:45 DARLING - YOU DIDN'T have TO SAY IT; I CERTAINLY DIDN'T EXPECT YOU TO. BUT I'M HAPPY and EXULTANT and PROUD and GLAD you DID! I WAS "INCOHERENT", as USUAL! DO YOU THINK THERE'LL BE ENOUGH OF US - THE WAY WE ARE NOW - LEFT TO STILL WANT TO GET MARRIED AFTER THE WAR? DEAR GOD I HOPE SO... NOW IT WILL REALLY BE HARD FOR ME TO GO AND easier THOUGH; I'LL have SOMETHING TO HANG ONTO... WE WENT TO DINNER AT THE TOWN CLUB... I HAD A DAIQUIRI first AND peach BRANDY, AFTERWARDS; I TOOK L. TO THE Orpheum. WE CAME HOME. I HAD MY 1ST PROPOSAL...