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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata April 13, 1944

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Darling would you answer Mrs. Clark I just won't have time period. Please, dear? Will love you more if you do - if that's possible.

Tell Gene I agree that yours is the best lap there is. I'm glad to hear that you're getting around once in awhile. Keeps one more alive I think, to get out with people.

Baby you might & be used to Butch's talking by now - you know what to expect so it shouldn't be so bad. Wrote Kent a letter last nite [sic.] finally - now I only owe all the rest of the people.

Wish I could find a scale somewhere I'd like to get weighed. I think I've got back to normal. Weighted 120 in Sheridan + must weight about 125 now anyhow I hope so.

Well baby it 8:30 so I better start fixing to hit the hay. It takes me to [sic.] long to think of things to write about. 50 minutes for less than 3 pages. Terrible.

Nuff [sic.] for now till tomorrow sweet

My love to you

always

Kenje

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