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Byron ArmbrusterĀ Correspondence: Other Correspondence - To May Frease

August 19, 1944

19 Aug. '44

My Dear Grandma Frease -

I just must drop you a note this evening, as you are always in my thoughts, altho I never seem to be able to sit myself down and write to you. For some reason or other I'm just a little nervous and I hate to write. I'm so glad to hear that you are feeling fine now and also that you and mother had such a nice time at the Lake. When mothers happy I'm happy. I can never forget the kindness you have shown me during each of my brief stays in and around Napoleon. Yes, the stays certainly seemed brief, when I was in your company. I do hope we will get to see each other again in the not to distant future.

I must close and write Eloise. Please give my best wishes to Eloise's dad and mother.

Wishing you the best of health and happiness.

As Ever,

December 1944

There's a friendly
feeling in the
There's joy and
it's Christmas!

Hoping this finds you well.

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