Letter dated “Easter Sunday,” which was April 9, 1944; postmarked the same day.
I am well, happy and safe and hope you all are the same.
In one of your letters, you must have been listening to a program on the radio at about 11:15 p.m. called “Hedda Hopper‘s Hollywood.” You said I wrote and told you about Edna Hopper and the U.S.O. show. Actually, it was Ella Logan and the movies were in the newsreels about a week after the show. Therefore, that particular newsreel was showed before my letter reached you.
I received a letter today from The Bullard Co. in which was a card I had to address. It seems that they still owe me some money, so don’t be surprised if you get some from them. I hope I’m not wrong this assumption.
Besides the letter, I also received a package address to me at my first training camp back in the States. This was also from Bullards.
I will enclose another set of pictures for Aunt Mary and the next time I’ll send you a set to do what you want with them in the stove.
With Deanna Durbin singing now, I can’t write any longer. My ears won’t stand much of that.
That’s all for now so I’ll sign off.
Love & Kisses,