May 22, 45
I got your letter the other night and sure was glad to hear from you, and glad to hear that you were getting along O.K. and fine, your wife and family also, tell Mr. Smith and your mother I said hello, and hope they are getting along fine, and the same to the rest of the boys that are in the service, I am getting along O.K. and feeling fine my wife and family are getting along good, well Frank I guess you are still working at the plant, it is awful nice to have a good job. I can imagine how nice it would be to be back in sevelian clothes, like I once was at one time. How is mr. Smith getting along with his farming alright? I hope. I am sorry to hear that you are getting so much rain, that you can't do much work, it should get better soon. I get your paper wright along, sure enjoy reading it. I got a letter from the church to-day they was telling me all about the news, how the people back home are getting along. also all about the boys in the service, and where they are.
Well Frank we can write alittle more in our letters now as the war is over, I guess it cherred the people up back home quit bit, but I can give you a little ruff
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