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17 January1945
exact date of 17 of January 1945
day of the month 17 January 1945
calendar day - 01 of January year - 1945
month of Januarydecade of the 1940s.
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 Margie
I know you thought I died but I fooled you I hope youll forgive me for not writing sooner but Ive really been on the go & I mean go First of all thanks a million for the box you sent Everything was swell Did you make the cookies They were really good & the box came in fine shape

I had a very nice time over the holidays & hope you fellas did too At least it was as nice as could be expected under the circumstances You know I had planned to be home but things turned up so I didnt get to make it But Viny got home anyhow so that was something Ive been going with a very swell girl & we both had days off over Xmas so we & another couple had a wonderful time We went to Midnight Mass but was so crowded we couldnt get in We were disappointed but got to attend a solemn high Mass Xmas day Had a very white Xmas so that made everything swell Since then weve had a wonderful weather yesterday it was just like a Spring day

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was really warm I borrowed a motorcycle from one of the fellows & went riding It was wonderful Thats my favorite sport you know Riding up & down the mountains & stuff

Wahoo Dont know if you know I made Sgt or not but just got another promotion Staff Sergeant now Guess that will have to last me a while though Have you heard from Bill lately I got a Xmas present from him the other day Was a swell pipe that he bought in Paris He also sent a few lines Was in Belgium then & having a bit of a rough time too I guess Hes very anxious to get home & I dont blame him Was reading over your last letter in which you again asked about "Leona" It dawned on me that you mite mean Leona Breitenstrater If so yes I know her Or who were you referring to And about the "gal back home" Well there used to be but she is engaged to someone now And perhaps its just so well cause I think Ive met a better one She really a sweet gal One of these days Ill send you a picture of her Who knows I mite even bring her home after he war Boy am I a dreamer Well Margie its rather late so Id better sign off for now Tell your father I said "Hello" & be good Write when you can

Your Cous

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