Milly January 22nd, 1945

May 24

Coty Lipstick

Coty Lipstick

“Dear Kids,

Greetings from the South! Guess I depend upon Mom to write all the news but she’s been getting all the mail so decided I’d better write, too!

This is like a spring day. The climate is changeable. We’ve all had colds but feel better now.

Susan loves to go to Kindergarten. I’m starting her in S.S. tomorrow. It meets right in the school building.

Smiths invited us to a bridge party tonight- 3 tables. We haven’t been anywhere all week. Pretty good for us! We had Smiths over for a chicken dinner last Sat. night.

Jeannie, if you haven’t sent the Kleenex will you stick in a Coty lipstick- dahlia shade. I’ll send you a money order for all. I’m a nuisance!

Love,

Us”

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