August 8, 1939.
I was thinking of you so I thought I’d write to you. It is a lovely day today not to warm, and not to cool.
Mother, Daddy, + I were over to see Alice + John Offman last night. Alice got a permanent wave at Bears, and she was in the booth you worked in.
Nathalie, Jim _ Lee are up at Dots, and then Mother, Daddy, + I are going up for supper. She’ll have quite a crowd.
Well I’ll soon be going back to school alotho I’m not glad. This is my last year so I guess it will go quite fast. I hope so. I heard you are getting fatter, ma be I won’t know you when you get home.
We had Nat, Fin, + Lee to camp last week-end. They had a grand time, especially Lee.
Doris + Dick came home from their Honeymoon on Friday evening. They had a grand time. They brought Daddy a back scratcher. Now he can scratch his own back and no bother me to do so.
I thought you might like read poems, so I’m sending several along.
Well I’ll soon have to go to Dots for supper so I’ll close with Love from all.