It's particularly impressive that this card sent to Albert Kinziger in Utica, New York, was actually postmarked on December 25th.
Here's to you, you lucky Jew.
Churp up - smoke up
and drink up dew. For they'll all help
to pull your sorrows thro'.
Don't sigh and cry like a boy in blue
But go to bed and
dream it's all true.
Will see you soon "a lost Friend"
Of course I had to look for Albert Kinziger to find out who he was. I found an Albert Kinziger who died from being hit in the head with a hammer in 1943 or 44, but (thankfully) he was born in 1896, so I think he couldn't be our Albert. Our Albert had to be born earlier than that to receive a card like this in 1908. Instead, I think our Albert was born in 1871 and died (far too young) in 1929. If so, he is buried in New Forest Cemetery.