of their friends. From time to time as I go around over the Country I meet some of them, they make it very pleasant for me and would of course make it pleasant for Dear “Dick”. and no telling what might come of it in the future. I am trusting God for direction in his case I bet that He will do it. Please pardon this long rambling letter, but when I am writing to you it seems that I am perfectly sure you will understand me, and how happy I am to have such Godly friends, friends whom God has blessed, and who God will take care of. Just remember that my prayers are always for you. The book you sent me is such a treasure, and I do prize the pictures so much. Very sincerely yours. Geo. W. Carver.