Letters to Rosebud: September 14, 1925

Culbertson, Mont

September 14–1925

flower, wildrose clipartDear Friend,

Rec’d your letter last week and was glad to hear from you again.

I was rather surprised to hear you are back in Sidney so soon.  You came back about 2 hours after I left for home via Brorson, else I would have met the bus on the way.

Yes, Bainville is a great place to camp overnight.  I tried it last Christmas.

I took mother and Lillie home Saturday the 5th, then stayed until Tuesday morning, taking in the fair Monday afternoon.

Our wheat averaged 12 bushels, so we really had a good crop, and everything to be thankful for.

It’s too bad your people didn’t get a little more, because 5 bushels is just about enough for expenses.

We didn’t get enough rain for plowing yet.  At present, I am disking some breaking, and doing some other small jobs.

I have a little over 100 acres to plow this fall if it rains, otherwise I will be pretty busy in the spring.

I am planning on coming to Sidney on Sunday.  Will probably stop at Brorson for church in the morning, and come to town at noon.

May I have the pleasure of calling on you after noon?

This is the reason I am writing so soon; to give you time to answer if you have any other plans.  Just be frank about everything.

Sincerely,

Immanuel

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