September 20, 1944

I suffered another "wound" because of the war. Yesterday I lost a vital tooth. Many times fillings have been broken out because of rocks in the rice and they cannot be fixed here properly and, as a result, they get a little worse each time until finally extraction is necessary. I fear I shall lose..

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Mon. Sept. 18, 1944

Another week started --Rumors are slow. Nothing from Europe lately. I am still in dysentery ------. Start stools today. Orta, Easley, Mitchell & Agualter came down to see me yesterday. Col. Talley and I have had some nice talks since I have been here. Johnnie & I quan together. He got a letter from Jerry..

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September 16, 1944

Well, another week has passed and no startling events have been forthcoming. The Japanese C.O. told the American C.O. just why it was necessary to have everybody work on the farm -- simply this, it must support us. Food prices in Luzon are staggering -- okra P .60 per pod, eggplant P 1.20 each and..

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Mon. Sept. 11, 1944

I hit the Jackpot Sat. I got three letters. One from Dixie Lee, Valree, and Mother. All the boys here got quite a kick out of Dixies letter. I wonder if the picture in Mothers letter is Bonnie Belle. If it is, she is the sweetest little thing and a cut little blonde. I love..

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