I am sure you will be surprised to hear from me. Have thought of you many times since we
were there. We had such a lovely trip and would like to live in the West very much. But
Margaret is here and we cannot give up a good job unless there is something in view. So
don't suppose we will ever move. The winters here are so long. We have lots of snow, but it
hasn't been very cold. I wonder if you were notified of your fathers death. He died Nov. 26
and was buried in Pasadena where he lived. He had been sick for a year with heart troubles.
About six weeks before he died he had the stomach flu and of course that effected his heart.
The Dr. said the muscles were completely worn out. I had not heard from him for a long
while until now. I am so sorry we could have not seen him when we were out West. I hope
you will write to me some time Ward. I would like to keep in touch with you children. Lots
of love to you all. Aunt Annice McMillen
4001 Grand Ave.