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 V-MAIL To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 2, 1945 8PM

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Mrs. Kenje Ogata

6 East 16th St

Sterling, Illinois

S/Sgt K. Ogata 16027445

726 Bomb Sqdn 451 Group

APO 524 c/o PM New York, N.Y.

2 March 45

8 Pm

Hi Darling,

Here I am again, got two V-Mails at tonights mail call.

You said I should send some requests soon, but I don't think I'll be needing anything. If you have gotten some things already just save it.

Haven't heard from Bob since we came back although I wrote soon afterwards - wonder if he's raising Ned again? With Ruth working out there, they'll both be going places all the time.

Too darned much conversation floating around here to be able to concentrate on letter writing.

Well Mac's x-ray was okay, it's just a sprain. Was talking to Ames this morning + he's got a sprained ankle too, got it playing ball the other day. Golly it's not safe anywhere I'm beginning to think.

Oh by the way hon, I got the chocolates a while back - thank's over so much. When I come home I'll buy you a great big box - any thing your heart desires

All My Love


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 V-MAIL To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 2, 1945 8PM

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