Letter Home – February 8, 1943

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19430208-600-LscanDear Mother and Dad;

Oh what’s new today? Would all have you two been doing? Or the weather here is swell now, but for a little win. The nights will always be cold. Not much has been happening around here lately. Sunday the company had to work on a road as the first Sargent took headquarter platoon out to blow up some stumps and then saw them up for firewood. It was something different anyway. We had the afternoon off so I caught up on my laundry. Boy you should see it! You would disavow me four such tatel tale gray clothes. Oh well that they’re clean anyway. Till every one polo and have misses Fleshner right knee. I know I should write her but you said she had moved and I’m waiting for her address. Goodbye to you both and please don’t worry. I’ll be thinking and loving you both allways.

Your Son “Chick”

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