Margot tells Anne the S.S have sent a call-up for one of the family members." A bit later, Margot appeared at the kitchen door looking very excited. ' The S.S have sent a call-up notice for Daddy,' she whispered. " (pg.13) Anne got worried because she knew what getting a notice meant, she pictured the worst and immediately felt worried.
Mr. Van Daan and Mummy meet to discuss if they should move into the annex earlier than planned due to the recent call-up. "Mummy has gone to the Van Daan's to discuss whether we should move into our hiding place tomorrow...Margot and I were sent out of the room. Van Daan wanted to talk to Mummy alone. (pg.13)
Margot tells Anne that the call-up was not for Daddy it was actually for Margot."When we were alone together in our bedroom, Margot told me that the call-up was not for Daddy, but for her. I was more frightened than ever and began to cry. Margot is sixteen; would they really take girls of that age away alone?" (pg.14)
Margot and Anne start to pack the essentials for the move to their hiding place. " Margot and I began to pack some of our most vital belongings into a school satchel. The first thing I put in was this diary, then hair curlers, handkerchiefs, schoolbooks, a comb, old letters; I put in the craziest things with the idea that we were going into hiding. But I'm not sorry, memories mean more to me than dresses." (pg.14)
Anne has to put on as much clothes as she can to bring with her. "We put on heaps of clothes as if we were going to the North Pole, the sole reason being to take clothes with us... I had on two vests, three pairs of pants, a dress, on top of that a skirt, jacket, summer coat, two pairs of stockings, lace-up shoes, woolly cap, scarf and still more..." (pg.15)
The Franks did not bother tidying up and left giving the impression they had to go in a hurry. "There was one pound of meat in the kitchen for the cat,breakfast things lying on the table...all giving the impression that we had left helter-skelter. But we didn't care about impressions, we only wanted to get away, only escape and arrive safely, nothing else." (pg.15)