[Letters of Rev. Dr. Thomas McHutchin Cunningham] Page: 95 of 414
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June 27, 1921.
Dear folks at home,.--Got
a letter from Lila saying you had written her,
that Jike had 'a jb bookkeeping at $100?00 per. He
can save something from that salary-if he lives at doie
and doesn't go out at nights too much. Lila is not sure
of getting home at the same time with the rest o f us.
If giss Putts really wanted to she could let Lila off
when she wants to get off this one time any way, I think
she dseerves to be humored now since she has been so
faithful in her work there for almost three years. Guess
she lai' to be handboiled as a rule,but I know there are
exoeptions and this is one tof them*
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