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Dear Boys and Girls:
Here is hoping you are well and get
ting on rjL,ceiy„ V.'hen asked to m'ifce the
Mcther-cf-'the Month letter, perhaps I should
.have b.egged'off because I am not a good com-
,;'poser 61 letters nor a good speaker. big
■ job has., been the rearing of a faniily and
.flaking the’ best home for them I could»
There are' so mar.y things to think and
talk about, it is hard to decide which is
of most interest to our boys. ; - -
One sincere prayer an9 desire of all mothers, uppermost in our hearts, is that
this war will soon be over .and that our sons return safely home. V/e.. want, victory for
theto yes’ such a complete' victory that, this^ cimnot. happen-to our. grand-sons, '
In the meantime,■ W will be doing ail we” can to hasten the day, by buying V/ar Bonds,
collecting scrap, and saying^waste kitchen;X^ts, also buying only what is'necessary.
■;We'don’t mind the.ratiphijigrpf ga§*'and;food^ it-will bring-you-back
sooner. You heed not worry/abo.iit us,..'v\re, will hav.e; pl^^nty to .e.at,. -vi '
^oys, -1 do wish you'could,'see . m and ;arounci I^awndale, They-are be
decked in their-most beautiful pQolors..,TBere,^ yeL|.ov/y, brown and gold. They
bring to-mind the "Glory pf 'G6d,,V^ that only .‘'man is vile."
Looking at the beauty'of nature, .which surrounds Lav/ndale, further’arouses a*'
deep desire, in' ry heart, and I bejieve in the Ijec^ts of all mothers, who, ha;ve sons
and loved ones 'in service, 'that''ymen.i.victory is won eyid there i-s Peace on Earth
that our boys will-’keep this .precious! Peacp,- by.the u^e of right voting, using your
intelligence and every Inight o'f‘your influence to tha.t ^end. ^ -
' Nov/, I must wish you well-,, be .of good-cheery writer o^"ten and remember no sacra-
fice is too great for usj if it' means your safety, comfort, and happiness.
May God Bless and keep you safely, . ’ ; '
Mrs. Chas E. Wallace, Sr,
SGT. LUCIUS R/.NDALL ILL IN AUSTMLK
Just c.s the Hoover RrJ.1 v;cnt to-press, v;e heard-^that' Lii'cius is critically ill in
an Australian hospital. His-mother, Mrs. Pearle Peeler, received the following tole-
rjraj;! .frca the War Department, imy/ashingtonS—’’ * • . _
"Report rcceiye'cv that’your son, Lucius Raridall is in jlospital seriouslj’" ill, cause
of illness ruptured appendix r-'peritonitis. You ^villibe'■ notified as'we receive fur-,
ther reports." • ’ /
The Hoover Rail gang. wisH to tal^e tHis'hethod-'of.’expiress^n^ interest in Luc
ius and our. sympathy for ..his'; mother -and fai3dly'^4ho '-are'’an^ av;aiting further
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