Saturday, October 14, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got your Sept. 15 air mail yesterday. Also got a dehydrated one from Harry. I get a kick out of his letters. He was telling me his troubles about his going to law school. Well, honey, I’m sure glad you finally got your bracelet. Thought for awhile someone else might have wanted itContinue reading “Saturday, October 14, 1944”

Thursday, October 12, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got four wonderful letters from you today. Your Sept. 12, 14, 15, and 17 air-mails. Also got a letter from Mom and Mildred C, and a v-mail from Florence so I really had a field day. If that’s the way the Ouija board feels about things, you’d better throw it away. I sureContinue reading “Thursday, October 12, 1944”

Sunday, October 8, 1944

Dearest Gee. Didn’t get any letters last night so this won’t be much of a letter. Just don’t have anything I can write about. I think you had the right name for those islands. That was the name of the whole group but I’ve already told you the names of the two islands. Wish IContinue reading “Sunday, October 8, 1944”

Saturday, October 7, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got your Sept. 10 air mail and your Sept 23 v-mail last night. Also got a v-mail from Coe dated Sept 20th. Your air mail was a nice long one that I sure enjoyed. Hope they have hooked that maniac running around Mattoon by now. He might take a notion to go visitingContinue reading “Saturday, October 7, 1944”

Wednesday, October 4, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got eleven letters yesterday and one from you the day before so I feel right good. Yours were four air jobbies and a v-mail of the 4, 6, 7, 11th and 12. Got a nice card from Jenny and one from Claude and Mildred. Got v-mails from Mom, Sis, and Mae. Two lettersContinue reading “Wednesday, October 4, 1944”

Thursday, September 28, 1944

Dearest Gee. Santa Claus arrived early this year. I got four packages from you. Candy bars, marshmallows, and peanuts. I don’t know who had the most fun, the fellows with me, or me. They got just as excited as if they belonged to them. We sure do thank you, kid. Also got a letter fromContinue reading “Thursday, September 28, 1944”