Saturday, July 28, 1945

Dearest Gee. Golly, honey, I haven’t got any letters from you now for two days. I got one from Mom yesterday of June 1st that had an APO of 413 and she didn’t put the infantry regiment number on it. It was all marked up but it finally got here. The top kick says heContinue reading “Saturday, July 28, 1945”

Monday, July 23, 1945

Dearest Gee. You sure have been good to me lately, honey. I got a swell box from you yesterday of candy bars and soup mix, and cheese-its, and today I got your second card for our anniversary. Sure was sweet and had a nice long letter in it. Also got a booklet from Mildred aboutContinue reading “Monday, July 23, 1945”

Monday, July 2, 1945

Dearest Gee. Lordy, the mail is sure coming in now and I hope it continues like this. Yesterday I got three packages of funnies and this tablet and comic book. As you probably have noticed, I’ve been using that Jerry paper. Then I got your swell letters of June 9, 15, and 16th, one fromContinue reading “Monday, July 2, 1945”

Saturday, June 30, 1945

Dearest Gee. I got your swell June 4 number today and another swell package from “Mrs. F. Bruns” which must be you. It was chuck full of candy bars, a little box of cheese tidbits, a box of crackers, and two bricks of cheese. We’re giving that hell now. Sure thank you kid and sendContinue reading “Saturday, June 30, 1945”

Saturday, June 23, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, this was another one of those days with the red letters. I sure got a flock more letters today. Sure makes me feel good, kid. I got your letters of May 10, 13, 20, 22, 23, 24, 28, and June 13. That last one sure made good time considering everything itContinue reading “Saturday, June 23, 1945”