Trudel’s notes for September, 1935 are once again summaries in “diary form.” Her entries for the month refer to her surprise announcement by phonograph record in August that she was engaged.
Hope you do not feel bad that I am so very happy.
Hope you do not feel bad that I am so very happy. You too will feel much better sooner or later. When I am happy I like everybody to be happy with me.
Saw movie “Curly Top” with the darling 6 year old Shirley Temple.
Thanks for the radiogram congratulating on our engagement.
9/23 Saw the movie “Calm Yourself” with Herman Bing. Very funny. [Herman Bing was a relative of one of Trudel’s bosses in the millinery business.]
A newspaper story in the Herald Examiner told the story. When Trudel’s father in Frankfort-on-Main, Germany received the record,
He played it, decided he
liked the young man’s voice and
called in the seventy relatives
to see if they did, too. They
did, and all of them signed the
cablegram that the father sent
to say it was O. K. for them to