Grandma Maude tucked this letter into The Bookcase, and I’m glad that we can enjoy it today.
Dear Mrs. Young,
I don’t have anything new to tell but I know you are looking for a letter so will let you have what I know.
We are all fine, had a sweet long letter from George Fri, but haven’t heard since. He told me I wouldn’t as he may go to Pittsburg Penn, on Fri. That is 350 miles from where he is so I guess he went or I would have heard. Altho he was low on Stamps & money when he wrote. He told me not to send him sweet things So I am trying to think up some other things he would enjoy. I have him a radio, which will be a big surprise to him I hope. Be sure and not forget a[nd] tell him in your letter because I want to surprise him.
I have been sewing on the grandsons robes. It’s not easy either to not be able to try them on even tho I took the measurements Thurs.
Richard is begging for an air Rifle for Christmas, but Sam just pulls a stunt when he mentions one. So I don’t know how he will come out. I don’t think It would be bad as Richard is by him Self, not any children around here for him to play with. That is where the danger comes in I think.
I have been making some cuptowels & pot holders for Marg birthday. Don’t forget George’s because he is so far away. The 11th[.] I sent his card today. It was early but I got mine early too.
We are having some nice weather, haven’t we?
Tonight is my night to stay up til 11 oclock to watch “Tonight” Do you watch Jack Parr & Elsa Maxwell I enjoy them on
Tru Tue night.
I am glad to get my machine back. Can’t get along very well without one. Charlotte got most of her sewing done. while she had had it.
Well I must write Margaret
I am the keeper of Grandma’s Bookcase, and this is what I found.