August 8, 1942 Dear Ann; Will write you a few lines while I am waiting for our freight train to come in with our trucks, we got here yesterday morning about 9:30 Sat all of us trucks drivers were left here to bring the trucks to camp about 14 miles we have to stay some
Aug 16 Dear Ann, I thought I would drop you a line on this free paper. Ha. Ha. This is where we stayed last nit and are making use of the room today. Erwin and a fellow by name of Newton, and I got this room together, has a bath and a shower, boy we
Aug 21, Camp Hood Dear Ben and All: I rec’d your letter and box of Apples got the apples this evening. They were beat up a little but not bad they are good sorta juice the peaches were all smashed to hell can’t even tell if it was peaches if I didn’t fine the pits.
Dear Ann, Sun. and what a dull day it rained this morning I had to get up while it was still dark and put our tent down so our beds won’t get wet. I think its through raining know. I wrote a letter to John Ralis, I don’t feel much like writing but will try