1 - 31 Mar 1944, Barbara Anslow's diary

Submitted by Barbara Anslow on Sat, 03/31/2012 - 19:31

I left hospital on 4th March.

Mabel going about on crutches with heel in plaster.   Once heel was out of plaster, they put wrist in plaster.

'A Bill of Divorcement' put on by Bill Colledge, very well done, with Norah Witchell, Nina Valentine (Dr's wife), R. Hughes.

Father Meyer busy with Easter play - hectic rehearsals.  I had a walking-on part.   Hans Lourenz had chief part of Dismus, the good thief, but he was taken ill at last minute so Father Meyer himself took the part.

Catholic Action for youth groups and adults now under way.

At last Mabel (and many other) taken into town for x-ray, it was discovered that her spine really was fractured; back in camp, a plan to make a truss, or put her in plaster.   Truss was made but it wasn't any good.

Alexander Ramsey born.

Nobody in camp died in March.

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