Sunday, November 19, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, I hit again for five letters and a swell Christmas package from Joannie and Francy. The box had marshmallows, caramels, and hot tamales in it. We cleaned it all up last night. The peanut butter is going fast. Sho do thank them for it. I got some old letters from you ofContinue reading “Sunday, November 19, 1944”

Saturday, November 4, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got two “dehydrated” letters yesterday. One from you and one from Coe. I’m getting all twisted up on whether you’re improving from taking these treatments or not. One letter will say you aren’t doing so good and another will say you are. Then I compare dates (if I still have the letters) andContinue reading “Saturday, November 4, 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”

Thursday, September 14, 1944

Dearest Gee. Only got one letter yesterday and it was a v-mail from Coe. Guess I owe her about six months worth of letters. Listened to the war news awhile ago. Those Jerries are really getting the punishment. They aren’t getting any rest at this end either. The Burlington Free of Aug 24 or 28th,Continue reading “Thursday, September 14, 1944”

Monday, July 31, 1944

Dearest Gee. Kinda hit the jackpot again. Got two airmails from you of the 18th and 22nd, 1 from Mom and 1 from Dad, and a card and letter from Jack + Hilah. Sure enjoyed them all especially Dad’s as I hadn’t heard from him in some time. He says he’s been writing on theContinue reading “Monday, July 31, 1944”

Thursday, July 27, 1944

Dearest Gee. Sure got a lot of writing to do now. Got your July 8, 9, 12th, 14th, 15th, and 20th airmails. Also got a long one from Sis dated the 17th. She sent me a bunch of jokes that are really good. You’ve said so much now, I don’t know where to start. I’mContinue reading “Thursday, July 27, 1944”