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Leroy S. Foster to Iris M. Foster, Letter, April 23, 1944.

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[letterhead] UNITED STATES ARMY [Seal of US Army] CAMP BLANDING, FLORIDA

Captian is going to take us out own the same march Tuesday morning I bet that every one of us will make it because he know how to make it we did it ounce before with him and didn't but one fall out over the 4 march & besize we did it in 46 min. to. but that Lut can do any thing he wants with me I am not going own any more with him if they put me in the guard house I am not going out there and kill my self. just for me. I could tell you a lot more about him but I just you are tired of reading about that ape. and I hate to even write about him so I will try to think about something else to write Dearling. I am very glad that you are feeling a lot better, and the mumps is going down. it won't be long now sugar before you will be out going again. I shore hope so. but all it takes one more day like to-day and I will be in the Hospital to. you feel good to me I know. this is the worse beating I have ever had in my hole life and the first time I ever fell out. you don't have to let Mother know because she will worry her self to death, honey I know you won't, if I say so. I don't feel like writting any more because I am done for, sugar. I will try to write more