rily ordinary! I feel so very inadequate and insufficient and get so discouraged at times, I feel like giving it up all up, yet I know I couldn't do that if I tried! I hope you can visit us some time, too. There is a mission study lesson waiting to be gotten up for tomorrow's class - anther job they put on me - and I must close. Sincerely yours, Elizabeth Hawes Ryland. P. S. I knew you knew Luke Drury. That's why I mentioned being with him. He is a special friend of one of my neices and of course miles younger than myself, but being a very nice boy was good to me during my stay in town.