To: Lizzie Ann
From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)
Sunday April 29th 1907
Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM, Lona, David & baby
We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are all quite well as we are all pretty well at present. Hoping that dear JM is better now. Our school no. 82. Our preacher is Mr Hobley of Carnarvon. He is a very quaint preacher, one of the old style. It was very enjoyable to listen to him this morning.
Hoping dear Lizzie Ann you will be able to read what I have sent you and to be a little refreshed. The text was a very good one and also hoping that you have been able to receive some blessing this day. I have read the new testament through and the old also up to Proverbs and should I live long enough I hope I finish the old, and this has been done by only reading a chapter or two when I go home at night. I call it a midnight scene. I never thought that the Psalms were so beautiful until I read them systematical.
Frances is very busy with her violin these days in the Daffir .? singing festivals held in the Town. Wesleyans yesterday. We have one on next Friday. So no more now.
With best love to all.
Children X X X