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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata April 2, 1944

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2 April 44

My Darling;

Well I'll bet you think I've forgotten you, on the contrary, I've thought more + more of you and I really love you more all the time.

I went to the pressure chamber again Wed nite [sic.] it didn't bother my teeth this time, so I went back to the dentist + told him about it. He said that was fine that no work would have to be done on them. Asked him about getting some teeth put in + he said they didn't put bridges in when you had too many out + caused difficulty in chewing. Told me that they would put in a temporary tooth in but he said it wasn't very comfortable as it is attached to a plate like fake teeth sets. So I agreed that it wasn't so hot.

Glad to hear that Agnes is changed for the better, she could be a darn nice kid if she'd get out of the habit of thinking about Aggie first. The baby probably had a lot to do with it.

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