By John Hale Chipman, Class of 1919
"November 13, Tuesday, Cold, Misty.
Up at 7:30 for omelette. Hung around up town and paid a short visit to Champsavin at my old camp. After dinner, I found a package waiting for me from Muddy Marsh, "Old Pal". She surely is a dear girl to be so thoughtful. 4 packages tobacco, gum, candy, cloves, (buttons and string)--the last triplefold welcome.
After dinner, Ab and I took a walk and there was a most wonderful sunset,--red sun, black-violet kills and a blue mist over the valley which was truly wonderful as we stood on the hill overlooking J.
After supper, I wrote letters, the last ones from France before I see all my friends, I hope. Read some K. N. and went to bed 9:30.
There is one diary section I know was sunk, but I must have something to tell you when I get home.
Love to all,