Letters

14 May 1942

Dearest,
The WW2 Letters of Private Melvin W. Johnson - 14 May 1942 Awfully lonely here. Mrs. Behm been doing lot of cooking for me. Where the hell went with all my stamped envelopes! I'm irritated therefore. How could I be mischievous with no money? Say - ask Carl for a buck or two as a personal loan to me. Been working hard - I have. Flat tire t'other day. Dictated 10 cases to Marg today. That makes a total of 46 for the board meeting - 23 are mine. Been invited over to Bob's three times for cribbage - twice for supper. Hope your mother is getting along well. Love, Melvin