Yet another find from grandma’s scrapbook was this menu that grandpa sent home to her. He was stationed at Victoria Field in Texas for the Army Air Force, and this was the menu distributed to them for their Christmas meal on December 25, 1941. An airplane decorates the front and the back has the menu which includes a pretty decent spread as well as desserts, cigars, and cigarettes. The whole thing has a red cord tied around it and the inside is blank, maybe to save time/ink by just printing on one side of the paper and folding it in half. Grandpa sent back lots of these, and it’s neat to see meals served to troops training to leave for war soon.