In which Coralee writes of the heat, various visitors, and the slow delivery of mail.
Your letters have been so lovely. Thank you for each and every one. The details you both have written help us to know more of your life there. We are so thankful that you both are happy there. I'm glad you have good food and such a lot of happy events together with such a good spiritual environment. All this we know is a very definite answer to prayer and it is precious to us.
These have been very busy days and those just ahead will probably be even more busy. We will need your special prayer help. The Brills expect to go to Aungba tomorrow. The boy's school and women's school open this next Friday. Then seeing to the press and bookroom as well as the Station workmen and all the church and outschools it will simply be stiff going unless the natives really help.
It has been so nice to have the Hubers back. Maratha is a big girl of 13 years in 1st year high. I feel real homesick for you when I look at her. Vivian is a pretty little girl of 9 and her brother Lester nearly 7 years. They are nice children.
A Miss Shade of the U. F. M.  travelled with them. Mr. McMillan  and Miss Walker of the U. F. M. arrived at 1:30AM on Friday or I should say Saturday morning to meet her. These folks were here the weekend also. The Hubers are staying in the Stam house as we had a couple of Greek families here in the hospital. The U. F. M. ladies were in your room. We are putting new mud ceilings in the Appendix as the old ceiling fell down.
We have had a shower of rain, the first since we came to Aba. 
Pray especially for the S. S.  that has been organized in the Poste. It was begun the week before we came. I have been down each week with Mrs. Bill and several of the Christian women. Yesterday I had charge alone. There were 134 children. We believe there is a wonderful opportunity there. Eleya Akulu takes us but I'm hoping soon I'll be able to drive down after I've a few more lessons. 
Last night we had the white service in the evening in our front yard. Mr. Huber spoke. It was a lovely service. Often we sit out in the yard evenings now since it is so hot. Often you are in our thoughts and conversations.
[Personal notes.] I can hardly wait to receive your next letter. It will tell us of your Christmas. Yours of last week was written on December 23rd and we received it January 21st. That's a shorter time than before. I really don't know why it should take that long when there is air service all the way.
Must close here with a heart full of love to you both with hugs and kisses too.
1. Uganda Foreign Mission?
2. Hector McMillan
3. The Kleinschmidts returned to Aba from furlough on December 7, 1945.
3. Sunday School.
4. Coralee learned to drive quite late in her life.