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[[preprinted]] Saturday, December 6, 1941 340th Day - 25 Days to Follow [[double line]] [[/preprinted]] Have not done a whole lot of any thing. Supposed to go to a card party tonight and dinner tomorrow I think I will take a fruit cake we also have a Christmas exchange [[line]] Japan surprised Hawaiian people and bombed Pearl Harbor Did quite a lot of damage. We declared war unamious against Japan on Mon. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[circled]]x[[/circled]] [[preprinted]] Sunday, December 7, 1941 341st Day - 24 Days to Follow [[double line]] [[/preprinted]] Japan invaded Hawaii another beautiful day. colder we went to Ednas I took Fruit Cake it was good. We had a lovely dinner Everything. I got a sugar & Creamer but I dropped iw getting in the car. They got us a little note house for the poarch. We have a fresh cow and heifer calf. Guess we'll call her America as today Japan declared or rather [[?mped]] upon U.S.A. in Hawaii
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