Sunday, March 11, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got two letters today, honey, I sure have been sweating out. Since I got your letter about Eli I’ve been wondering how things were going. It sure knocked the props out from me. Today, I got your Feb. 27 letter and one from Mildred C. Of Feb. 23. She had written two lettersContinue reading “Sunday, March 11, 1945”

Thursday, February 22, 1945

Dearest Gee. Hit the jackpot again today, honey. Got three swell letters from you and one nice long one from Sis. Yours were dated Feb. 7, 8, and 12th and Sis was dated the 12th too. That’s doing pretty well even as to time. I hope mine are doing that good. Was certainly a blowContinue reading “Thursday, February 22, 1945”

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”

Thursday, November 30, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, this has been a record day as far as mail and packages are concerned. I got no less than seven packages, and three letters. The guys really put up a yip. They all said how can they ever get any packages when the army has to ship all mine and takeContinue reading “Thursday, November 30, 1944”

Wednesday, November 29, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I finally got some letters today. Got your Nov. 12, and 15th airmails and one from Bernie of the 15th. First mail in several days. Mighty glad to get it too. So you went to Chicago and didn’t buy yourself anything! I can hardly believe that kid. You must be slipping.Continue reading “Wednesday, November 29, 1944”

Sunday, October 22, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, I had another big mail day today. Got your swell package of cookies and popcorn. Will have them for breakfast. Got two packages from the DeAtleys. One had a coffee can poured full of fudge and it came through in fine shape. Wasn’t a bit dry. The other was a coffee canContinue reading “Sunday, October 22, 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”

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”