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Date: July 8th 1944

R.W.C.H. C.A.O.

July 8, 1945

Dearest Dad, Mother Bro & Sis.

Hello everybody how's every thing? Received your most welcome letter Dad dated 30th of June.

Gee it must have been swell to have every body at home may e I wasn't there in body but I sure was in spirit and soul.

I also received a very nice letter from Tuck poor guy really seems to feel pretty low. Well this morning was kind of lazy didn't get up till 8:30 and then I went to Mass and also Holy Communion and this after noon I think I'll go for a walk in the park alright don't get me wrong now. Ha! Ha!

Golly its really to bad that the weather isn't very nice it will kind of ruin the sports' I do hop that it did clear up thought.

I haven't heard any more about the application I put in but I should hear real soon I hope!!!

Boy I'll bet Blanche's little boy sure is getting spoilt, eh!?! Yes Dad it sure will be nice to get on that old train in that will take me into Wolseley if it don't stop in Wolseley. I'll be right at the end of the train that is it's possible.

Well paper is getting short so I think I'll sign off for now. May God bless you all Dear ones and give you all the very best of health a big Hello to every body in Wolseley for me.

From you Son & Bro. who loves you all dearly and often thinks

Of you.

Love & Kisses to all