Betty" -- Letters from Helen Dawe and Betty Youngson, 1976, Page1
controversy over sewers comes to the fore. Changes to Sechelt's waterfront
dismay Helen and Betty alike. Helen salvages a wood splinter from a
decaying Sechelt landmark and mails it to Betty. Helen's devoted search
for photos and information on Sechelt's people and places continues
brought your letter in yesterday and read it aloud to me, so we
both received pleasure. We also got a chuckle when we together
opened your "Gifts you can make for under 5 cents."
11 more months to Xmas. But I got an extra gift season with the
arrival of your parcel.
but it was good to have your letters, along with the priceless
"splinter" and various clippings, all of which were most interesting
to me. When the postman brings your familiar and much looked forward-to
envelopes, I always know that if nothing else nice happens on
that particular day -- with your letter at hand, I don't ask for
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