Index of Letters
Letters from Roslyn to Walter Felson sent during World War II
December 31, 1943

Happy New Year Sweets!

I wonder here and how you are celebrating New Years Eve. Marian and Hy asked me over. I think I'll go--not particularly because I feel like going, but just to keep from being alone. I'll be thinking of you and hoping that next year we can celebrate together.

Judy and Elaine were both out in the snow today and had such fun! I took some pictures -- which I hope are good. Judy loves to roll in the snow and I have a difficult time getting her in the house she enjoys it so much.

I finally read those articles on "The Bottle is The Pay Off," he writes very well. Please send the other installments--I found them most interesting. Perhaps I'll buy the book.

Judy has not become interested in radio programs. Last night she listened to Henry Aldrich from start to finish, and actually enjoyed it. Isn't she growing up?

Judy, Lanie, and mother wish our daddy gook luck and safe return in the New Year. We hope the war is over and V. for Victory in 1944.


Judy, Ros, Lanie


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