Dearest Mother and Father, I hope you are both quite well. Thank you mother for letter received this morning. Was so sorry to hear of uncle's passing. I am not sure by which train I shall be coming but expect to be late. Goodbye both. Best love M.
Dear Cousin, Many thanks for lovely day ley it is too nice, to peet cake on, so am using it for centre piece. Sorry to he so long sending magarylines, but I have had a broken blister on my foot with walking home fromm Douglas, and have been kept in, Hope you are all Keeping well and am always glad to hear from you, yours affect A.G.Iwick
I am spending a week or go with Halsey and her another at their home here The weather her behaved an small well and the time is simply flying. Today we are calling for Marie share how as you can honor staying on Loch Earn side thank you so much for card which can for fine. Much love Margaret
Dear J and M, Spending a quiet holiday. Weather very good. Only one heavy shower on Monday night and one on Tuesday afternoon. I am sure you will enjoy it. Very quiet in village just now. How is the bird getting on? Is our canary whistling yet? We are not allowed out fishing on Loch. C Young (bit thick)