Thursday, January 4, 1945

Somewhere in northern France Dearest Gee. Well, honey, after I had written your letter yesterday we had our first mail call and I collected four, one of them being your Dec. 19th jobby. Sho was glad to get it too. Also got a letter from Mildred C, and one from Coe, and a card fromContinue reading “Thursday, January 4, 1945”

Wednesday, January 3, 1945

Dearest Gee. Happy New Year, and all that sort of stuff. This is your first letter of the new year anyway. Suppose you noticed the new address on the envelope. I’ll include it at the end of this letter too. Might as well tell the gang about it because I don’t think I’ll have timeContinue reading “Wednesday, January 3, 1945”

Monday, December 25, 1944

Dearest Gee. Merry Christmas, honey. I had a good one because I got three letters from you today and one card from Es + Harry. Yesterday I drew a package from Claude and Mildred that had candy bars galore in it, a can of soup (chicken noodle), a much needed pencil, lead, and eraser, andContinue reading “Monday, December 25, 1944”

Saturday, December 23, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, what do you think of the picture? Do you think you can have it made bigger, and more copies made from it? They only allowed us one picture apiece and I imagine Mom + Dad would like one. The names of the fellows are as follows; reading left to right, first row:Continue reading “Saturday, December 23, 1944”

Friday, December 22, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got your Dec. 7th jobby today and one from Mom and Carrie of Dec. 8th. Sure was glad to get them and especially yours. We must both be in the same fix, namely not getting one another’s mail. Haven’t received your package yet either. What are they trying to do to us, kid,Continue reading “Friday, December 22, 1944”

Wednesday, December 20, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, kid, I did a little better on the mail today. Got your swell letter of Dec. 6 written on that fancy Christmas stationary. Also got one from Mom of Dec. 5, and a three pager from Erv. Got a nice card from Wally’s sister. She wrote a note on the back ofContinue reading “Wednesday, December 20, 1944”

Monday, December 18, 1944

Dearest Gee. Honey, I didn’t get any letter from you today or yesterday, but I sure got a nice package from Joannie and Francy. It was a big one too, it had a can of cookies and a lot of candy bars in it. I sure would like to know where your package went to.Continue reading “Monday, December 18, 1944”

Friday, December 15, 1944

Dearest Gee. My mail really seems to be piling in now. I hope it keeps up the good work. Yesterday I got several more letters. Your very sweet letters of Nov. 17, 20th, and the lonesome card and letter of Nov. 21. I got a three pager from Dad that really surprised me, one fromContinue reading “Friday, December 15, 1944”

Wednesday, December 13, 1944

Dearest Gee. Guess my moaning must have brought some results in the mail line. I got six lovely letters from you today, honey, and four more from others. Also got three packages of funnies from you. Man, am I happy. One of your letters was that very fine Christmas card and letter. Sure thank youContinue reading “Wednesday, December 13, 1944”

Tuesday, December 12, 1944

Dearest Gee. Boy, the mail sure is coming in slow now for some reason or other. I got a v-mail from Dad of Nov. 28th and one from Carrie of the 27th but none from you, kid. Boy, day before yesterday did I ever get a swell package from Jack and Hilah! One like Bernard’s.Continue reading “Tuesday, December 12, 1944”