Riggs, Maida L.
Letter describes how busy Maida is working for the American Red Cross in England during World War II, and how quickly time passes. She writes that Ruth and Jean always get in trouble with the censorship office, so Maida's missing letters may be sitting on a desk somewhere waiting to be reviewed or never to be sent due to information included in them. She also describes bicycling around the English countryside, going to a dance with dates at the Red Cross club, and a St. Patrick's Day dance. She states she and Jean are called "ironmongers" by the men in the Armed Forces because they only date officers.