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No. 24 MAR 1945
[Rubber stamp] PASSED BY US EXAMINOR 08380 A.S. Jicta
To Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Smith
T SGT. Everett E. Smith
446th Sub-Reget C1
APO # 557 % Postmaster
Dear Brother, Sis, & Family: PS. Your letters aren't cencored.
Hi yea there folks, and if they don't send me home soon I'll be calling all of you strangers. Hey: you know it is going to seem rather strange to see two little boys running around the place. Wanda Jean must be quite a good size girl by now.
You, these our Bonnie lassies are most attractive. In fact I'm almost inclined to believe they are almost as beautiful as the Irish Several of and boys are getting married to both and a few to these ?-- limiers.
I suppose Frank did a bit of duck hunting while the water was up. Sure would have enjoyed going along, but guess that will have to wait awhile. Courtney & I are both in the best of health, but want to breathe some of that U.S.A. air.
Cherrio & write.
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