[Editor’s Note: The following letter from Madelyne Moynihan was included in the letter dated September 29, 1945 from Roscoe. Faithful readers may remember a previous letter from Mrs. Moynihan requesting vaccination records for her children. The Moynihans were stationed in Liberty, Missouri, while the Yegerlehners were there as well.]
Sept. 20, 1945
I received your letter with the information I wanted. It came the day before school opened and served the purpose very well.
Mont is still on Guam, waiting patiently for orders to send him back to Pearl Harbor and then the States, he hopes.
He is very impatient to get home and see his little daughter. I should have named her Mont instead of Kathleen, she looks so much like him.
Madelyne Marie is getting along pretty well in school now, but for the first week, she very conveniently acquired a pain in the stomach every morning. That trick didn’t go over with me because I had tried the same one myself with little success when I was going to school.
I don’t know which was the worst: Madelyne crying because she didn’t want to go to school, and Buddy crying because
[page 2] he couldn’t go, and Kathleen just crying to make noise. Woe is me.
I told Mont when he comes home I’m going to put the three of them on his lap and go places and let him take care of them. That will be the day.
Well Doc I won’t take up any more of our time with my dribble so I’ll close with many thanks from,
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