Walter E. Dandy Letter 10/31/10

1214 S. Mass. Ave.

Sedalia, Mo.

October 31, 1910

Well My Dear Boy,

The reading of your letter just received gives us much satisfaction to learn how good your prospects are for the future. I feel we ought to be very thankful for our present and future prospects.

Well I am pleased your A.M. is in sight. It will look big to me. I almost think I ought to have it as you probably would not have got it except for me pushing. I tell you my boy can't get any too many degrees to suite me. He ought to be covered with them like the heavens are with stars on a bright cold night.

The mists all seem to be clearing away and can see awer way clear to come and be with awer boy. I think it will even be done if Mama does not use her authority and make me quit. I told Mrs. Bremer that we would move out next month. So you had better look out for us. A house in town for the winter and we can look around for summer.…

Your affectionate Father