[Louie Strentzel Muir]
Dear MamaHow are you all at home? it always seems so queer and as if I hadn't seen you for ages whenever I miss going home on Saturday. I was over at Mrs Pitcher's for dinner last night when you telephoned to me, and had a nice visit with them. I haven't had time to go over to the Bradley's yet but I will before I come home. Seven of the girls are coming with me next Saturday if it dosn't rain, don't be scared by the number and please don't go to any bother for we can get anything we want for ourselves when we get there for they are all [Gamma Phi]s except Ruth. Please ask Eva Griffin to go with us to Bear Creek but don't ask anyone else. I do hope09178the weather will be alright. it is beautiful down here to-day for the first time after nine days of the most awful north wind. The oranges were delishious but are all gone now, could we have some more? How is Helen getting to school now? I don't see how she managed to keep from getting hurt when Flora rolled over. Hope she can get the horse from Mr Zumwalt soon I must stop now but I will see you all Saturday eveningLovinglyWanda09178
[Berkeley, Calif. ?]
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