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Nellie October 28th, 1941

August 18

Appleton Flour Mill

Appleton Flour Mill

“Dearest Jerome,

Well how’s my little lover? Got your card and see you might get deferred. I sure hope so Ome.

What do you think about Beany going to S.C.? I just got sick when I got his card as he wanted to come closer to home so bad and not only that someone stole his watch to. I never seen such luck he has. I also got a letter from him. He asked me to send him his watch he has home, so I have it packed with 3 bunches of gum for him.

So you were to Jean’s for dinner Sunday. Sure nice of them to ask you and I know you enjoy that. I had Christ, Buck and 2 other boys for dinner Sun. I had swiss steak, gravy, potatoes, pea, cabbage and carrot salad and apple pie. So I gave them a good dinner and they sure ate good.

I got a 2 lb box of hand-rolled chocolates from Christ. I sure missed Beany so much when he wasn’t with them. I know he will be pleased when I write and tell him I had his friends over for dinner.

I had a letter from Milly and they are fine. I bought a little telephone with a dial on it for Susan and sent it to her. I wrote a note and rolled around the phone like this ‘Hello Susan, Hello Susan this is grandma calling from the U.S. How’s my honey?’ I bet Milly will get a kick out of that.

I am going to clean the front room tomorrow. Dad feels much better now. Mean as ever. Ha Ha. Cliff is going to shoot some pheasants this week so I can can some I hope.

Are you coming home this week? Please let me know so I can make good things for Ome to eat. Greet Jean and dont neck to much “you two”.

With greetings from us all and take good care of yourself and do hope you wont have to go away.



  • Susan

    Canning pheasants…..hmmmm, involves cleaning them first, etc. She canned volumes of meat and produce besides the baking! Feeding the folks was her joy!

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