June 8–10, 1945
June 8 — N/S (nursing sisters) Rideout and Purley left this morning. The bunch is gradually getting smaller all the time. Today, Gordie, Staff Sgt. Howell, N/S Smith and Stover and I took a trip Aurich and Emden. Thousands of German soldiers along the roads — the Army returning from Holland. Have just had a tooth pulled, so do not feel very spry.
June 9 — Court martial proceeding against Pte Raven, for armed robbery. An awful nuisance at this time. Notified this morning that all Nursing Sisters would report to 21 FDS at once. N/S Rideout and Purley are on leave, so there are only two left to report. it is a Russian Camp which I do not think is fit for any Canadian girls to be in, so had them wait until I went to Corps, no luck.
June 10 — Tiny Stover and Ruth Smith left today. They will only be there four days and are then flying to England on leave. I have advised both to report to CMHQ and get posted in England. Our first Burma draft leaves in the morning. Sgt. McCosham, Pte. Bowles, Sibley, Farmer, Joncas and Gamley. A new captain is being posted to us — and I suppose will replace one of the old ones. Our new officer — Capt. Greene arrived today.