Dear Loving Wife, to let
you know that I am OK and hope the same of you. I am enclosing a check and would put it in the bank.
Keep out what you need and tell Katie and Betty, thanks for the letters.
And tell all hello for me. The
weather is real nice so far so good. I
must quit. I can't see the lines no
more. So by for this time.
Hope to hear from you and don't over do yourself at the Bazar.
Hope you know what I mean. So
by for now. I remain your loving
John as ever.
502 N. 11 street
Oct of 1943
Dear Son Omer
I am geting a
fine and hope
you and Tony
are the same
I met John Woolf
in care of Tony
from Park so I
am you bater
Omer H Linenberger
John A. Linenberger
John A. Linenberger
We left Levenworth
Sat. at 6:00 o'clock &
have reached Pocatello
Idaho, & except to travel
all night & tomorrow.
Closed with Love
I am late to answer your late letter but I donít know anything new to
write and its quite hot these days, so I donít like to set still to write
althou I donít move around much anyway so that isnít a good excuse
Isabel & Ben started to go to Councle Groves to see Phil & Wanda
the 15th morning it was raining some and storming but went anyway or at least
start but when they come down south the 7 mile and went east through Greenleaf
but after they where about 1 Ĺ mile east there it lightened & thunder and
strug their car. it nacked out the back glass it most all went to Issie in her
lap & neck it also nacked the antenna & C.B. out & some holes in the
road one neighbor saw the flash & tryed to see if they where O.K. and they
both shere but Ben wanted Issie to go to Dr to see if the shock did something to
her but the Dr. said she was fine, only it scared her and both
I donít know if Victor writes you they still have to go to Manhatten
Mon. & Fri. each week and she is coming better all the time what he says.
I of course donít get to see or talk to them except on phone, but Victor is
working Ĺ days the other days, but I heard he was sick with his nernes Sun.
again I called them bu Linus answered he said he was fair this evening
Issie & Ben where in Omaha Nebr. Sat. & Sun. & come home Monday.
Well I better say Good Luck to yourís and close this with
I saw smoke signal Paper that they had a public sale last Sat but did not
hear from them
Garden City -
Susanna (Mrs. Joseph L.) Linenberger, 91, died Friday.
Service 10 a.m. today, St. Mary Catholic Church, Garden City.
Survivors: sons, Bill, Ben, Bert, Don, all of Garden City, Jack of Holcomb, Joe Jr. of Sugar City, Colo; daughters, Mrs. Helen Weldon, Mrs. Stella Schmale, Mrs. Isabel Frick, all of Garden City, Sister M. Celeste of Wichita, Alice of Biloxi, Miss.