September 17, 1941

January 28, 2023

September 17, 1941


Dear Virginia,
I imagine you think that I am a little late with this letter, but I have been so busy that all I have done is eat, sleep, and work. Have been picking apples 7:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Working in the mill 3:00 P.M. – 11:00 P.M.

How is school going? Getting good marks? You had better.

You can tell Lois that I think I have Stanley lined up for her. I told him about her and the first thing he wanted to know was if she was 18 yrs of age. I told him she was, so you had better tell Lois to stick to it. He is coming down with me Saturday and will drive his own car. That will leave Shirley and Tom, you and I to go in my car, Lois and Stanley to be all alone where they can make all the love the[y] want to.

I guess there is no hope for Frances with Leon. I have done a lot of persuading, but it doesn’t seem to do much good.

Well I guess there is nothing left to say, so I will close. We will be in Mexico about 5:30-6:00 P.M. Sat. Please excuse my terrible writing and be a good girl.

Bye –
Love, Harry

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