Tuesday, May 22, 1945

Dearest Gee. Didn’t get any letter from you today, honey, but I got a nice four pager from Mildred C. and one from the Reader’s Digest people wanting me to send them my permanent APO number. They were explaining to me that APO 4994 was not a permanent APO and as the Digest came secondContinue reading “Tuesday, May 22, 1945”

Saturday, May 5, 1945

Dearest Gee. Lordy, honey, I sure collected the mail in yesterday. I got your furloughs of March 8, April 11, 15, and 17th, and three from Mom, one being a v-mail, and a nice card (Easter) from Mrs. Nelson. Be sure and thank her for me. Your March 8 letter had the picture of AnnaContinue reading “Saturday, May 5, 1945”

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”

Thursday, March 1, 1945

Dearest Gee Well, honey, you’ll be giving me back to the Indians for not writing but I sure haven’t had any time for it this week. I got a lot of nice things from you tho. I got your package of cigarettes and film. Two packages, that is, and four packages of candles. Sure doContinue reading “Thursday, March 1, 1945”

Tuesday, February 13, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got six letters today and your package of envelopes and writing paper, thank you! I got your Jan. 24 and 25th letters, a handwritten job from Mildred C. of the 26th that I was glad to get; a nice letter from Florence and a card and letter from Coe andContinue reading “Tuesday, February 13, 1945”

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”