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S#ersan, Tex. Nov. 29, 1920.
Dear folks at home.Hugh
-and Luoyeiwere here and had
been waiting a half day for us when we all Aot baok
from the A. C.-Trinity game last thursday night. Bven
then we didn't know they were here till the next mora-
ing whether te .ad oome or not. None of us intended
going to ,Wax aq'ie untill thesoollage aade:suoha a
strong appeal for W; e band -to go-along and 6f course
t;e' batd going meantt tthat -fake and TI must go. Then a
saw ,were we could get B. G a free ticket and it looked
like -a saname to leavesher at home when Jakq and I were
getting all She trips and so we begged her into going.
te-don't regret going at all for the game turned out
viotorious for-A.C.and we had a good tise, but'*e o
regret nt being tore to greet 'the newly-weds. On.
.Pri4da after Wtey oame p .Thursqay B. G. and tI wett
down and .bad .breiak.ast .mith thea in town brought. then
outS to-te eooelege for a short visit witi the :aineys*
and otJwre and.-sen Jake joined us all to toen again to
S** *p-efff. lev -got to--ee the ,but about 4 hours.
4akeos side hurts him yet-almost
ever; dax and -I dodVt know but that we should have hbs
examined.. to i ,itf there -li any -ohaoe 'at all of releiw:
iing hi,, fot he will .never be as strongand ilt for his
work as if he were free from all that pain. -Think he
and ,B.G.both made better grades in mot of their
studies this last month than the first month.
We are starting a Mission Study
olas this week with about 20 stutlts-and others
lose around the* oollegs enrolled. ''S1tnoy 'Vonlblo
is making.a seriesaof FPotets for our use in ;stirring
up inSteoat in misaiisn a,and I think they are already
having that effeot. SidneA is goiag to be a great help
to us -in all lines of work with his posters,and he ts
oontributing them free-for the sake of the.'oause. 'He t
s s makLing. asout two a week and any one of them would
be worth a dollar or more if we hadto buy them;besides
',Se is turnin*-thm out -witha view to illustrating the
lseaatr for tse week whioh makes them all the Sore valua
ble to us. Sidney seems-to 1XXI be Just -a normal
as riCever -was onal he isnot strong. His rind-has
improved ,wonBerfmull qnae last o Spring whon l came.
At tbht :h; -kn*owno t one ad .for a long; tie a.oter
h beganJl itorq. Ise psao] e he was not allorwd to
ae *voopaa .#ea of -hi ;alosest friends. it was surpni
Psried -:atn 4 saw hium wal md g atorosQ the cam uss 8on _
after :aebool opened -andhow wells he talked -when -a
to .bai forbo : first tieominoe he bwas hurt. Th seoret
of his rapid reoover thoy say, was 'tho -soing or his
-~ nurse sweetrbart wko not only nursed hlet.but inspired
him baok to health. She is still hore ,end I -suppose
will never go baok to her work in Cinoinatti.
ama, we got your letter today and
glad to get t4eo news. Also Lila's letter. 'Sorry we
oouldult 'get down to see Lila but Hugh and L were due
in 8Merman and we bad to rush bask. to l
Love to all
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