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6 September1944
exact date of 06 of September 1944
day of the month 06 September 1944
calendar day - 09 of September year - 1944
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1900s century

To: Miss Margie Krumpleman
Box 168 R.R.#4, Buttermilk Rd., Erlanger, Kentucky USA.

From: CPL Jos. E. Lehman 95633019
P.O. Box 1663, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, Rockies.


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Dear Marge

Received your letter several days ago and it was swell hearing from you Have been kept pretty busy so Havent had a chance to answer sooner Dont have too much time now but will try to get off a few lines to you anyhow

Had a pretty quiet Halloween myself how about you Was the movie any good What kind of mischief did you get into afterwards How dont kid me We had a party over at the NCO club and it turned out to be quite an affair I didnt get to go myself but everyone said they had a swell time It was masquerade and everything

I did my celebrating last weekend Two other couples and my date and I went and sort of did up the town Was the best time Ive had since Ive been up here We crashed a couple of parties at two of the hotels and then after some cruising around wound up at a club just outside of town We were all happy as larks and having a great time Am looking forward to another time just about like it this coming weekend The st Sargent and I are going on a day pass He was with us last weekend and we had a whale of a time so this shouldnt be too bad

Nice that you heard from Bill I havent heard from him in a long time In fact Mother hasnt heard from him in a couple of weeks now herself Imagine they are on the move again over there From the news there is quite a bit of action right around where he is He sure must be getting sick and tired of the stuff by now Sure do hope he gets to come home before long But then I guess all the boys over there hope for the same thing Its going to be quite a problem getting them all back to the States without a lot of fuss

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Last Sunday a couple of the boys and I went up one of the mountains around here We were up some feet in the air I mean we were so high that I thought we were going to have to have some oxygen before long We really saw beautiful scenery though I took a couple of pictures but dont know yet how they came out Was just a little bit cloudy and I dont know how good the film was Didnt finish the roll so will have to wait a while until I get them developed

What did you think of that fire up in Cleveland Pretty awful wasnt it Ive been corresponding with a girl that lives just a short distance from there and she wrote ans gave me quite a description of it It certainly was a gory mess

Well what did you think of the way the election turned out Was everyone at your house satisfied All the fellows here certainly interested in it Most of them were up all practically all night listening to the returns There hasnt been too much comment about it this morning though

Had our first snow here yesterday Didnt amount to a whole lot but at least it was snow First one I had seen in quite some time I didnt have any antifreeze in my car so when the first flakes started to fall I had to dash out and get some antifreeze Was glad I did because t got darn cold

Well Marge guess thats about all for now Ive got to dash out on a little official business right now so Ill have to call it quits Tell your folks I said "Hello" and be good Write when you can

As ever

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