1130 AM 1943
US STAMP 3¢
Mrs. Richard Drodt
March 14, 1943
This is Sun afternoon its a beautiful day out. Yesterday afternoon it snowed so hard but now its all gone.
I was on guard last night and today I don’t get off till five oclock although I am throu walking.
got your letter Fri. So Rich took his final exam, more than likely he will have to go before long. But I suppose if he dose he will land with quarter master, or some outfit that will stay here. From what I here they are pretty well filled up with men for the being over across.
How is this for news the latest thing we heard we might be transferred to some other camp in the states and stay and train some more. For as I am concerned thats good news. I hope its true.
I am going to the port show to night “Forever and a day” is playing.
Last week end I went to Trenton New Jersey thats the closer town to camp its a pretty nice town but not much going on, so we had a few drinks went to a show and came back to camp.
The other day I got a nice letter from Elaine Monase. I was surprised to here from her, I will have to answer some of these days.
My back was bothering me quite a bit but now it seems to be nearly ok again. But darn if I got rid of my cold, it was just about gone and now I’ve got it back again although its better.
There isn’t much more to write about. So I guess I will letter a wrist watch treatment and wind it up.
send me a book of three cent stamps