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22 March1939
exact date of 22 of March 1939
day of the month 22 March 1939
calendar day - 03 of March year - 1939
month of Marchdecade of the 1930s.
1900s century

To: Mr Herbie Beyer
R.A.C.A. Reading, Pennsylvania, USA.

From: Cleo


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March  22,  1939

Herbie  Dearest:

Thanks  for  your  lovely  letter.  It  really  was  a  short,  but  I  did  enjoy  reading  it.  I  really  don't  detest  mushy  letters,  dear,  but  you're  not  use  to  writing  them  to  me.  Work  went  O.K.  I'll  just  have  to  get  use  to  it,  that's  all.  My  hand  is  tired  from  writing  at  work,  but  its  never  too  tired  to  write  to  you,  sweet.  Tell  your  room  mate  that  I  sympathize  with  him.  He  really  must  feel  bad  if  he  sheds  tears.

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After  three  years;  it%E2%80%99s  a  shame  and  nothing  else.

As  for  you  feeling  devilish,  that%E2%80%99s  nothing  new.  I%E2%80%99m  glad  you  didn%E2%80%99t  have  me  to  devilish.  You  do,  too  much  when  we%E2%80%99re  together,  so  as  it  is.  You%E2%80%99re  all  wrong,  and  you  know  I  wouldn%E2%80%99t  play  devilish  (as  you  said)  with  you,  honey.  Oh!  I  shouldn%E2%80%99t  have  said  honed;  it  might  make  you  think  of  someone  else.  Perhaps,  you  think  of  her  too  much  anyway.  Don%E2%80%99t  you????

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You  had  to  close  because  you  were  running  out  of  words.  You  always  do  at  the  most  important  times.  You'll  probably  hear  from  Jos,  before  the  week  is  out.  If  not  you'll  see  him  over  the  weekend.  I  hope  everything  will  go  all  right  at  Band  rehearsal  Thursday  night.  Think  of  me  when  you  go  home  to  bed.  You  know  dear,  I  just  took  time  out  to  eat  so  I  feel  better  now.

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Gee,  sweet,  I'm  trying  very  hard  to  make  this  letter  long  and  interesting  but  I  really  don'  know  what  else  to  say,  honestly.  From  the  time  you  read  this  scribbling  I'll  be  counting  the  hours  till  we  meet  on  Friday  night.  (if  we  do)  Although  you're  with  me  every  hour,  its  still  too  long  till  we  meet.

Greatest  of  Love,  Cleo

P.S.  You  forgot  to  tell  me  one  important  thing  in  your  letter  or  maybe  you  wanted  to  forget


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