Feb. 17, 1921
I recd. you letter last evening. was glad to hear from you. glad you are having a good time. am still at my Same old job these fine days. Some nice weather for a change but from the sounds of it now its changing the other way. the wind is going at the rate of 100 miles an hour by the sound of it. Well I didn't fall in the watter but if it will do your cold any good would fall in a couple of times. The girls said last evening when I was reading your letter that it was from Edna, they could smell the powder. Their smellers must be pretty good if they can smell you clear up here.
Well it is nearly ten oclock I suppose you are in bed by this time. No I didn't get any Valentines. The girls were pleased with the cards you sent them. I told Mary you made a mistake and Sent mine to her. Well I hardly know what to write anymore So I guess I will Soon half to close. Maybe I can tell you more when I see you, and that will be Sat. night at the usual time. So I will close with oceans of Love and a kiss in every wave.
from a friend Harry
tomorrow's letter features Harry's heartbreak when Edna bobs her hair...