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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata February 22, 1945

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22 Feb 45

Hi Darling,

Hurrah! Three letters from you today - Jan 31st Feb 13th + 15th. Also a bunch of newspapers + a March Reader's Digest.

Have to go to a meeting right now so will finish this when we come back.

Nine P.M. back again.

Well it seems you really have the hearty cooperation of the post office with your mail.There's really some swell Joe's up there, I have good service with my mail. too.

That's swell hearing that Robert finally got back to the States. Bet your Mom is happy now. Boy would I like to be back. Tabor came in to say so long before he left this morning.

Incidentally, according to the Stars + Stripes all amusement places close at midnight. That will sort of curtail our Chicago plans for raising whoopee. Guess we'll just have to start out a bit early.

By the way - wish you wouldn't walk home from Wendle's etc when it's so late, take a bus or taxi

I thought I had told you about Ada's husband but evidently I just thought I had. Guess Mom has given you the details.

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