A Hug for Each of My Girls




Wednesday 1 March 1944
           1540 o'clock (3:40 P.M.)

Dearest Eleanor,

          Well here I am taking it easy again--another quiet day after yesterday.

          Did you have a nice trip home? How are the kids?

          Received a letter from Miss Earnest this morning.  It seems the auditor came in early and according to her the accounts are in good shape.  She also told me about the $7.50 Edna paid to the mover.  He was supposed to be there at 4:00 but he got there earlier.  You'd better check about the X-ray machine being in the way and try to get the equipment disposed of one way or another.

          There really isn't much more to tell--nothing but routine stuff around here.  Am going to class in fifteen minutes.

          Love and kisses and a great big hug for each of my girls. 
As Ever,
 Your Husband Gil