December 12, 1941

Lumber trucks taking dynamite to Lingayen, Bautista, and Isabela to blow bridges and coast ways. Many alarms; afraid to take a bath—sure to get caught with soap. Elmer annoys so when he won’t quit shaving to go to the shelter. The lumber trucks are to bring rice back from the lowlands, and take it out..

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April 17, 1939

Secretary Vargas has called me on the phone several times to ask about particular subjects and each time has told me he has been instructed by the President to have me re-detailed to Malacañan. (Contact duty requiring about 30 minutes per day.) I have told him time and again that I have no objection to..

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December 3, 1899

Immediately, and without even breakfasting, we resumed the march, following along the continuation of the mountains. At 11 a.m. we reached the settlement of Sagada, where we ate some ''camotes," or native potatoes. At 12.30 we set out toward Bontoc, and arrived there at 5 o'clock in the afternoon.

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