Cliff July 3rd, 1945

August 22

Luzon Softball, 1945

Luzon Softball, 1945

“Dear Jean & Jerry,

This week I received your letters of June 10th and 17th- also heard from Mom, Beany, Dolores and Inga. Glad to hear you had a nice time on your vacations. Did you get enough gasoline to go where you had planned? How much gas are you allowed now?

I am on duty today at the Dental Clinic- I work every fourth Sunday. Mom sent me two rolls of film- I’ll send some pictures home as soon as I can. I don’t know what the ruling is yet on sending snapshots back to the States.

I played softball the past two nights and my legs are stiff as boards today. I hadn’t played in quite some time so I am not in condition yet.

The stage play ‘Oklahoma’ is playing here for four nights this next week- I am going to see it. I hear it is very good.

Beany’s last letter was dated June 11th- hope he will be with you soon! What kind of a ship is Jack on? It would be nice to meet him out here. I’ll write again soon. I am fine.

Love, Cliff”

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