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It has fallen my lot to be
chosen Father of the Month for
this issue of the "Hoover Rail"
and I clain it a nost happy and
cherished privilege. In ray huia-
ble manner I shall endeavor to inpart to you the fine spirit prevailing in our little
viLlage which is the happy hone of the "Hoover Rail",
Eveiy person in our village fron the oldest parent to the youngest babe extends
best wishes "and sinccre greetings to all of you fine fellows .scattered over the five
continents and seven seas. To v;er.r the uniforn of the land we love, the land of the
Stars and Stripes, is an honor unexecelled and we, at hone march \vith you shoulder to
shoulder in spirit to final victorj’’. Old Glory shall never bite the dust or be low
ered from the najestic breeze.
To seeare the hone front and to let you know that wo are back of you to a raan we
arc nil putting our shoulders to the wheel and pushing across the goal line the great
est bond drive in history. We are going to keep buying so the colors can keep flying.
Well boys, I feel that it will not be long until we all enter the hone stretch
for the final march to triur.iph, Me will dispose of Jerry and then move on to liqui
date the little yellow man. As you cone dovm the hone strotch with chins high, chests
out and the colors flying, we will bo cheering you to the last step.
May the blessings of the Most High ever be a lamp to your feet and a light to
your pathway. Happy landing boys.
P. P, Richards
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