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Date: October 11th 1942

Oct. 11/42

Dear Mother:
Well here I am at Mossbank again and what a place it is. We haven't done a thing yet but I guess we will start in on Monday. We won't be going up for two weeks so I guess we are going to take classes all day long. They only give you two forty eights while you are on course here on the third and sixth weeks so I guess I won't be home until then. They have improved the station a little but the food is still just as bad. We hitch hiked into Mossbank last night but there wasn't a thing going on there so we came back early. We sure are going to enjoy our eight weeks here I can see that I what a place to get sent to. This eight weeks won't be as bad as the last time though because we will be doing something this time and I hope the time passes pretty quick. Most of the fellows that we used to know are still here and we sure got kidded about coming back here. I guess you had better send my belt when you have the chance. I don't suppose you have heard from Melville yet so you won't know his address. When you get it send it to me so that I can write him. I haven't got much to write about as yet except to ask you not to forget to send the funnies and the liberty and that parcel Aunt Grace is talking about. My address is the same except I am in 11A
P.S How are Victor's mumps progressing.

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