Saturday, December 23, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, what do you think of the picture? Do you think you can have it made bigger, and more copies made from it? They only allowed us one picture apiece and I imagine Mom + Dad would like one. The names of the fellows are as follows; reading left to right, first row:Continue reading “Saturday, December 23, 1944”

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”

Wednesday, November 1, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got your Oct. 19th, and 20th letters today. Also got a nice long one from Mom dated the 20th. We’ve been pretty busy lately so I haven’t had a chance to write. I got a chance to use this typewriter so you can at least half way read this one.Continue reading “Wednesday, November 1, 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”

Tuesday, July 18, 1944

Dearest Gee. Say, this is certainly some very fancy stationary. When you said you were having some made I didn’t know you were going to have the whole thing put on. Saves a lot of time this way. Sho do thank you a lot, kid. The only trouble is, I can’t get airmail stamps toContinue reading “Tuesday, July 18, 1944”

Monday, October 18, 1943

Dearest Gee. Just finished sending those old letters to you. Think I told you there is some cards in there from some of the bridge gang. Got a nice letter from Coe today. That’s all I’ve got so far. Isn’t get any yesterday. Coe says that Aunt Pauline told her that she thought I hadContinue reading “Monday, October 18, 1943”