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MOTHER OF THS j'AOMTH
lly Dear Boys,
As Mother of the. month, let me say hello to
everyone of you. hoping all of you are taking
good care of yourselves and are getting along
Dad is vrorking, along rdth lots of others,
so tliat the equipment you need, might be in your hands when you need it most,
V/ith hira av;ay, and you in the servico, it*s Mom v/ho must work the victory
thing they*11 grow up someday. The little grandchildren come in quite often
bringing their cheery greeting and sunny smiles. Guess they*11 be wearing .
foot time, you kno?;, v/hen the butterflies are around every day.
We miss you since you are awaj’’, but we know Uncle Sam v/ould miss you too
if you i7ere not there. So, boys, do jnour be^st as you woTild for mother. We^re
proud of yon, •
Keep your chin up, That*s what mom is doing.
With best ivishes and God Blf'SR you.
garden, *1^11 try not to hurt myself you see I rest between the digs.
Oh yes, the girls help me; but I do have to get behind them sometimes. I
their sun suits before long and skin their knees and toes, It»s about bare--
Mrs, Henry Cloninger
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