Friday, May 4, 1945

Dearest Gee. Didn’t get any letters yesterday or today, honey, but guess I shouldn’t kick after that gob I got the other day. The package is all gone now. We ate noodles and jelly, eggs, fried potatoes and just before the meal we each took a snort of ye olden Taylor. T’were in the neighborhoodContinue reading “Friday, May 4, 1945”

Saturday, April 28, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got your delivery package yesterday of a half peanut (?) and coke and noodles. Boy, did that go good. The boys all said to write you again so I am. It went down right easy. I also got a package from Jack and Hilah of fudge and magazines. Sure wasContinue reading “Saturday, April 28, 1945”

Sunday, February 25, 1945

Dearest Gee. I’m going to try and write you a letter but I’ve got visitors and you know how that goes. Write a line and then stop and shoot the bull for an hour. I had a little time this morning and dashed Billy off a line. I went to see Doug today for awhile.Continue reading “Sunday, February 25, 1945”

Wednesday, February 21, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, the mail slacked up today. I didn’t win anything. Yesterday I got three from Chick. He sent me a flock more jokes that were sent to him. I wrote him last night and sent that full page of the wreck on State Street that you sent me. I got a letter fromContinue reading “Wednesday, February 21, 1945”

Wednesday, January 31, 1945

Dearest Gee. Received your v-mail jobs of Dec. 12th today. Kinda old, huh? Also got a letter from Hilah telling me all her troubles, and it sounds as if she has plenty. Then I got a v-mail from Mom. Yesterday I got a card from Aunt Stella and one from the Rumrys of La Salle.Continue reading “Wednesday, January 31, 1945”

Monday, January 29, 1945

Dearest Gee. Sure got plenty of mail today, kid. A little more than I can answer tonight, I’m afraid, but I’m going to try like hell. I got your very fine letters of Dec. 8th, 28th, Jan. 4th, and 9th, and your swell Christmas card and letter of Dec. 9th. It was a mighty sweetContinue reading “Monday, January 29, 1945”

Monday, January 15 & Tuesday, January 16, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I haven’t heard from you for a couple of days now, no letters from anyone today. Maybe tomorrow, huh! I’ve been dashing off letters like mad lately trying to get this new address to them. Haven’t written Coe or Claude + Mildred yet but figured they would find out right awayContinue reading “Monday, January 15 & Tuesday, January 16, 1945”

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”

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”