This strange, slightly sinister unstamped postcard was addressed to Nellie Amanda Johnson (1890-1979) of Ellerton. It reads: "Hello Nellie, How are you and George R. getting along. Suppose you are very sleepy this morning. Now don't wait as long as I did to answer. From George R. [sic] other Girl".
The postcard dates to before 1909, when Nellie married Clyde Leatherman Harshman (1885-1978). Nellie was the daughter of farmer Charles Webster Johnson (1857-1918) and Amanda Ellen Wiseman (1860-1934), who had married at the parsonage on Church Hill on 8 January, 1880.
Who was George R.? We don't know. Was this a love triangle? It reads like one, but until more information comes to light, we cannot be sure.