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Beany February 5th, 1944

January 11

Stars And Stripes January 1944

Stars And Stripes January 1944

“Dear Jean and Jerry,

I guess you’ve been waiting for a letter-me too. I’ve only heard from you once and that was back from Dec. but a lot of our mail was sent to the wrong place so I hope some are on the way. I feel O.K. and everything is about the same.

Our thoughts are always on the daily events and the events that are undoubtedly soon to happen. We naturally don’t know what we are destined to do but anything to quicken our return is O.K. with any of us.

I had letters from Cliff and Lorne and numerous Xmas cards but no word from any of you since Milly’s letter about Dad. I hope by now everyone’s spirits are lifted some. I wrote to all of you after I heard about it. Remember to do everything you can to ease their burden.

I have played a little B.B. but nothing else much. We read everything we can get. We get a daily ‘Stars and Stripes’ which keeps us up on war news.

Write often.

Love, Beany

P.S. Here is a request for anyone’s information that I would like to have you send me a pkg with some food, candy, gum, etc. and perhaps some U.S. news!”

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