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rUcf; Or Tr)£ MOMTH
As mother of the month,', at first let me
say hello to all of you. As most of you know,
I am not much of a talker, and am afraid I’m
not much of a writer, either.
I am glad to have the privilege of writing
to you all, as I have never heard from some of you since you went away. V/e
all enjoy your letters in the Hoover Rail each month and wish more of you
v/ould write from time to time, as all the folks at home are so interested in
each of you.
On the home front, v;e are all vrarking hard and buying all the bonds
can to help bring victory, V/e arc proud of Lav;ndale*s record of buying bonds.
Everyone is surely doing their part.
I have my girl, Naomi, helping me this summer as she has grovm up enough
to learn to cook, but she doesn’t lilce K, P, much bettor than you boys do, I*m
Most all the news we kno\7 is Preachcr Clay is starting a revival meeting
tonight. Lot’s hope he \7ill have large crov;ds there every ni^^t.
We are praying for you boys and hope you all vdll soon be home again.
Be good boys, and keep your chin up, as that is iihat all mothers are doing
God Eless you and Keep you.
Mrs, C. F, Pritchard
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