|The 41 De Soto.|
Friday, March 3, 1950
20 Cooper Street
I just got home from the Methodist Church Men’s Club. We had a good meeting. Your father would have been interested in the talk on the telephone
company and television. On the way home, I saw the
car Bruno’s getting in front of the
so I stopped to look closer look at it. A 41 De Soto is a very nice looking car. I wonder what it will look like a year from now. Anchorage
I went in the
and saw a little of the “Bonny Maid Variety Show” on television there, but I didn’t stay long. When I go out, I want to go out with you, my darling. Anchorage
Imagine forgetting to call your family till Wednesday! I’m ashamed of you. I know how they must feel because I love you, too.
Now in your letter you say “and don’t drink too much.” Is that what you think I do when you’re not home? I don’t think I’ll even go out. That’ll show you!
Seriously, I do miss you very much, my darling sweetheart. I’m thinking of you always. Be good and do lots of homework this weekend because I won’t let you do much next week. Call you Sunday!
Lots of love,