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”

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”

Tuesday, November 7, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I celebrated Election Day with two v-mails from you of Oct. 25th and 26th and a big package from the Gehrkes’ and the Neslers’ combined. It had everything imaginable in it. Hankys, pecans, gum, candy bars, shaving cream, toothpaste (two tubes of each) and cookies. I’m really getting quite a supplyContinue reading “Tuesday, November 7, 1944”

Wednesday, October 25, 1944

Dearest Gee. Lords Sakes, Honey, have I ever been getting the mail! It’s been coming in too fast to answer. I’ve got fourteen letters and three packages in the last three days. Your letters accounted for seven of that number. Four nice long air mails and three v-mails. The dates of the air mails wereContinue reading “Wednesday, October 25, 1944”

Sunday, September 10, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, they finally got us some mail yesterday and I got thirty eight letters, a swell box from Mom, and this v-mail from Mildred, and five packages of funny books and funnies from you. It was a grand day, believe me. The letters were from everyone. I got birthday cards from CoeContinue reading “Sunday, September 10, 1944”