[Kingston]
August 12, 1939

My dear Cayke:

I suppose you will soon be leaving for home and I am sending ten dollars to get a lower berth from Regina. Will you secure it in sufficient time. I hope you have enjoyed your trip and that you feel fine. We are longing to see you again. I crave for a movie once more with you and mother. I am sending a copy of the Kingston Whig Standard with a reference to my 'hole-in-one' upon which 'hangs a tale.' I shall relate it to you in person. Next Thursday I shall be in Toronto.

Love
Daddy.


'hole-in-one'
The paper reported that Pratt had scored a 'hole-in-one' playing at Cataraqui Golf Club, but the story was untrue. It seems that an ironic remark by Pratt was taken literally by a reporter.