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7257 Charles Plz.
Omaha, NE 68114-3219 A new item in the Detroit Free Press indicates that you will be graduated from the university at midyear. With honors, no less! Congratulations!
When you were a student at Hillside High, I worried that you might never put your potential to work in a serious way. But evidently you have been able to continue your athletic goals and at the same time pursue an academic major successfully. I am glad you have done credit to yourself and to us at Hillside, We’re proud of you.
What are your plans after graduation? Whatever they may be, your former teachers at Hillside wish you well. I would enjoy a note from you that I can share with others on the Hillside faculty. mr Meena Roberts Cordially Dear Mr. Carter Block Style Block style is when all parts of a letter begin at the left margin. Modified Style In the modified block style the return address, date, and the signature line are slightly to the right of the center of the paper and everything else is at the left margin. Open Punctuation Open Punctuation doesn't require punctuation marks when typing the salutation and the complimentary close. Mixed Punctuation Mixed Punctuation requires punctuation marks after writing the salutation and complimentary close. Dear Mrs.Salem Sincerely yours Dear Miss Roberts: Sincerely yours, What is Ms.? Ms. is used when the the sender don't know if the receiver is married or not. What is Mrs.? Mrs. is used when the receiver is married. What is Miss.? Miss is used when the receiver is unmarried. What is Mr.? Mr. is use when the receiver is a male. Estate Wintberg
St.Thomas, USVI 00802
May 13, 2013 Modified Style Personal- Business Letter Block Style Personal-Business Letter The End !!!! - By:Meena Roberts