• Flea Market Love Letters

August 24, 1943.






Dear Ranny,

Received your letter and was very glad to hear from you. I didn’t answer your letter any sooner because I was expecting to see you home.


How have you been? When are you coming home? You’ll be a heartbreaker because the girls in Youngstown are hard-up for men.


Did Creamy write to you. He is a P.F.C. now. He is going to Mechanical Aviator school, and he seems to like it. He writes to me often and I miss him more and more every day.


Harry was home on furlough. He looked very nice. He hasn’t changed a bit.


Does Joe Zojac write to you. He wrote to me once and I never answered him. He wanted me to try and fix it up between him and Vicky. I thought that Vicky loved Joe, but Creamy always told me that Vicky was playing Joe for a sucker. My honey is a mind-reader.


Ranny, I haven’t much now to say. I hope to see you soon. Keep writing to Creamy so that he won’t get lonesome.


Hope that this letter finds you in the best of health and happiness.


As Ever,

Mary


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