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April 27, 1942

There is rebellion in camp though it may die. After we had clear soup and cold corm mush, many of us saw the In Group in their alley eating plates full of rhubarb.

Grandma has a budding night-blooming cereus.

Ted brought a wood stove which has been installed outdoors for all the women to do private puttering, cooking fudge, roasting peanuts; and lucky ones who have market orders are scrambling eggs.