Lieut. R.S. Yegerlehner USNR
USN Base Hosp. #4 Navy 133
F.P.O. San Francisco Calif.
Jan. 8, 1944
This being Sat. I’ll start and wind up tomorrow because no mail goes out on Sun. as I’ve told you before so I just put them both in the same envelope. Maybe that is just being lazy or scotch or what have you?
Your letters of 14, 15 & 16 came and some Christmas greetings. One from Ralph & Faye, one from Schlegels, one from John & Inez and one from Helen Coan or whatever her name is now.
Faye wrote a note along with their greeting – Seems as
[page 2] if Faye & Ruth have to do most of the writing in their families.
I still haven’t lived up to that New Year’s resolution of writing everyone those letters but will start one of these days.
I’ll be glad when those pictures of D. arrive. It seems so many times when you are going to send pictures you write about them and the letter with the pictures are is delayed.
You also “sorta” left me in the air about the $49.00 you wrote that Brands had you charged. You didn’t say whether you got out of the thing gracefully. I believe
[page 3] you did say they couldn’t find where it came from. Anyway I guess you got thinks all squared away, I hope.
Sun. Dec. 10 [sic], 1944
Your v-mail of Dec. 29 came today. I believe it must have arrived yesterday but just wasn’t delivered because that is the first time I’ve known mail to come on Sun.
I just came back from the movie – I stayed only long enough to see the News. The news are always old but they save 3-4 for Sun. Eve and it makes about a ½ hour program. I have
[page 4] seen the main feature and it wasn’t so good the first time so I didn’t care to sit thru it again.
Sorry D. has a cold and I hope he is over it by now and also hope that you don’t catch it from him!
I don’t know as yet where you went Christmas. In this letter you wrote that D. caught the cold either from Mark or Earl so I presumed you were either at Wilmington or they were over there.
So Funks finally got a girl. I’ll bet they are both
[page 5] well pleased and I suppose Bobby will really have something to talk about now.
In these last letters I finally got the story of Virginia Zell. In the letters before you had said she was in bed due to an injury. I guess that was in yesterday’s letter but I just happened to think. I’m not being critical of your letter writing but just telling you how they come and how I’m left in the dark on some things for days until the missing letters finally arrive.
Well, I guess I’d better wind this up with
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