March 28, 1943
Tomorrow is your anniversary day and I know you are glad – glad because you are helping to make this a better world, a place where we can live sane lives, helping one another and sharing the things that make life worthwhile.
I wrote Beverly and sent her a little remembrance. I know she has found many things to be happy over. We were all so glad to get the news that you were safe and well. I hope we will be able to hear from you quite regularly.
I haven’t much family news. Everyone is so busy the letters are few. Les and Dee have invited me to Fargo for Easter vacation. I may go for a couple of days. I’d like to get the big part of my defense schooling done that week. I now have nearly 100 hours. I like it – it’s interesting and different and I hope I can work at it this summer.
Aunt and Peter are about the same. Aunt has her pain at night. Your perscription [sic] seemed to help the most. Christine was there when Ted wrote last. He and Ev are busy with preparations to buy the house. Jim called on me – says Uncle Oliph is getting along fine now. Clarence is still at Ft. Snelling and ______ night. Take good care of yourself.
______ of love,
[Note: Judith has a habit of writing the ends of her V-Mail letters over the black square at the bottom of the form, rendering some words unreadable.]