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Beany August 8th, 1943

October 18

Life On Maneuvers

Life On Maneuvers

“Dear Lovebirds,

Thanks for all that flattery Son, but I don’t think I’m as good a writer as that. In fact most of the time I have to rack my brains to fill two pages. This life is very uneventful and about the same things happen all the time so I perhaps have used repetition many times writing to you.

I just had an unordinary good six hour sleep, a breakfast of fried eggs and a cool shower so I feel fit enough to go about eighteen holes of golf. It usually stays cool until about nice o’clock so it feels good until then around here. We should leave in about a week and it’s certain that we go back where we maneuvered last fall. (censored).

By the way, do you still put talcum where you used to? Just getting even, bud!

Milly told me about all the souvenirs that Lorne sent home- he is really a big shot out in that war theatre. He will have some interesting tales to tell if he will ever talk about them. I know because we go thru practically the same things except for the danger of hot lead hitting you.

I think I’ll be able to come up to St. Paul a couple of days if I get my furlough because I may not be able to see her too much anyway. We’ll have to wait about two months for that tho.

Well, old Sol is beating down now and the sweat is rolling off me so I better relax for now. I’ll write again before we leave here.

Love, Beany”

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