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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 17, 1945

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17 March 45

Hi Darling,

Received your letters of March 8th today also received letters from Mom, Jim Wendle + Bill F. So I'm naturally pleased with the mail clerk again. You don't seem to be faring quite so well with no mail from me in five days. The pigeon must have gotten tired or met his sweetie on the way.

That was awfully nice of Beulah to use a whole roll of film to take snaps for my benefit. Please thank her for me.

Say in one of the Gazettes I received yesterday was a big article or rather three letters Mrs. Rogers sent the Gazette - Jim's, Chuck's + mine, which I wrote to Jim's grandmother What the Hell anyway is she daffy? Dammit can't I say boo without having it put in the papers? Rest assured I'll not write any letters to anyone around home. Just because a guy is overseas some people have to take their personal letters + have it published bah!

Now I feel better after letting loose a little pent up pet peeve.

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