Dental Appointments

1964-12-12-gry-card-frontLetter transcription:

12-12-64

Dear David & Bonnie – After receiving your letter I called Dr. Logan’s office and asked for appointments for you both but Grace didn’t say more than, “I will see what I can do,” so I can’t promise you anything for sure. John Janssen has been washing windows, scrubbing garage floor, front steps, etc. I decided his back is much stronger than mine and I had enough to do with sweeper and dust cloth. I saw J. Ross this a.m. while in grocery store. I was telling her how well you are getting along in school. She said she was sorry she couldn’t report the same for the twins (one at I. U. and the other at Ind. State). However, she indicated they were having a good time – could be one reason for the poor grades. We were told that Stacie didn’t get into the sorority at DePauw she wanted to get into and that she is going to go to Purdue next semester. However that came by grapevine. I talked to her mother last night and the only thing she said that might indicate any trouble was S. would pledge if her grades were right and that she is having trouble with “History of Civilization”—a required course. Since none of our three sons were socially ambitious I can’t be too disturbed about someone not making or achieving a social aim. Hope this weather—it is about 50 today—holds. Hope to see you the 23rd. Love Mother

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2 thoughts on “Dental Appointments

  1. davidmadison1942

    “However, she indicated they were having a good time – could be one reason for the poor grades.” LOL….that is very much a Gladys comment! 🙂

    “she is having trouble with “History of Civilization”—a required course.” LOL

    “Since none of our three sons were socially ambitious I can’t be too disturbed about someone not making or achieving a social aim.” Also, very much a Gladys comment! 🙂

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