October 6, 1941
Received your letter dated August 18. Any day now I expect to hear how Jean did in her biology. I've got my fingers crossed.
I'm going away tomorrow. I hear them playing "Life in the Ocean Wave" under my window.
Dad has certainly piled up the mileage on that Plymouth - sorry I was never home to drive it.
Very sorry about Kenneth Keith, but I have had no further word at all.
Would like to see you all again, but that won't be for some time. - Is the old radio still in commission or have you a new one?
Lots of love
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