Sun 10 june 1945
Dear Brother & Family
Well How is every body around the old home place. recieve a letter from you yesterday. you said that you had set some tobacco and was putting up hay glade to hear you are getting along good farming. I suppose the rainy spring held back crops quit a bit
Dorthy said she had just got back from two week vacatation and that she had a very nice time. Glade to hear it. I suppose Wanda is big enought to drop plants this year. say I don't believe she every did write me that letter. I suppose the two boys are just the right age to get into every thing.
I guest you are still working at the plant. do you figer on working there after the war is over. I some times wounder if they will run after the war. if they do I should be able to work at the bag
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