To: Lizzie Ann

From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)

March 2nd 1913

Dear Lizzie Ann, David and all the children

We hope that you are pretty well and that Lona is much better. We are all fairly well today. Trevor is alright. I took him for a walk after tea as far as Dovey Bridge, and he was bothering me about the telegraph wires. It's a very fine day here. Mr Davies is with us today. Our school no. 99. I enjoyed the class very much. The text was 9th psalm: bring an offering and come to his courts with thanksgiving.

Johnny is not so well this last week. We hope he will have a change soon for London is not much of a place to be in when you cannot work. I think my dear that the people which make an effort are the people which shall be saved. Zacchaeus is an example, for he climbed up into a tree to see the saviour and he was rewarded. May God give you strength to keep on and may he bless you all. Amen. So I have not much news this time.

With our very best love to all.

From Father & Mother, Sister & son