My Dear Sister
Now I know that you will be brave oh so much so that it will hurt you so do not try to over do it just be natural their a dear I called up Coobs Lella is in Oregon at teachers institute so will not hear till she comes back saterday as I told them not to tell her as she will feel it very much she never forgot to ask for him Mrs Cobb asked onely Saterday at the red cross shop we are very bussey at hospital garments their is so much neaded with oh so many hurt we have lost too from here carpenter. Jaggan the young man you got your slippers from last year died of woons to days after, quite a few are in the hospital’s from here now.
Clarence is still in Washington expects to go inside of too weeks he said had a letter from him today he is well send his sox if you have not so he will get them before he goes over sea’s.
Millie and children are very well they are some boys all right, Kenneth was with us all day Sunday he is so good dear little fellow is so loving and just as cute as can be, is almost walking can go quite a little way if you can trust him but I am so afraid he will fawl that I cannot keep my hands off.
And now dear girl just lean upon Jesus he will help you, for he must know best as we have prayed to keep the dear boy for you and he has not, now we must bow to his Holly will and say thy will not mine be done. I know dear it must be very very hard and know like you that he is in a better place than war and is now resting in the arms of Jesus
With loots of love and sympathy I am yours.