July 6th 1918
Dear Father and Mother;
Received letter of June 3rd. You have numbered your last three letters six.
Went to a Y.M.C.A. meeting last night enjoyed it very much. I wonder if Ed. is home or if he has gone. It takes letters so long to go and come.
So Mrs. Pepper talk about giving her old machine away. Any time she gives any thing away. Do you intend to keep the calf?
Recieved a letter from John. He is fine. I wrote a couple of weeks ago asking for a package. The post office may refuse to send the package but the law passed means the army not the navy. Do not say anything about the package going to Europe, just give the New York address and