March 25 or 26, 1945

Dearest Gee.

Got three letters from you today, kid, and one four pager from dad. Yours were dated Feb. 28, March 1st, and 14th. Really enjoyed the jokes that Val told you. Especially the one about the mouse. Where does she get them all?

I was glad to get the letter from dad. Guess Sis is getting herself all straightened out again. Did you mean she is giving us seventy-five dollars apiece for the lots or for the both of them. Let her decide on that. It kinda ruins our investment but I guess those kind of things can’t be helped in emergencies.

I sure wish you could get your aches and pains taken care of, honey. Those treatments sound like something temporary that will have to be continued all the time. Can’t he do anything to cure it permanently? You need a few treatments from Dr. Barber.

I’m glad you got the check for the fifty bucks okay. The forty four cents was the difference in the exchange rate. I turned in fifty and when they change it you get the benefit.

I don’t know exactly what to tell you about the savings. I had supposed you could put in as much as you wanted to. How is the building and loan. In postal savings you have to give them some notice before withdrawing any. Isn’t that it? It’s a good investment tho. I think I would rather see it go into that than most anything else. How many bonds have you bought?

I’ll send you Erv’s picture (see below) when I get the rest of my things. Have it put away.

Guess I’d better stop for now. I sure love you, honey, and miss you like everything.

So long now.


Erv’s picture.

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