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Wesley to Virginia, 01/25/1943 

(V-Mail) January 25, 1943 "South Sea Isles"

Dear Sister:

Well Sis suppose you think I have forgotten you but I haven't, there isn't much news but`a letter sure is welcome anyway. I don't remember how many letters I got from you since I wrote last but 2 or 3 anyway.

I got the Graphic today with Irwin picture and the story, that's the first I've heard about Charles Ankneys happenings. Irwin sure has some swell expression sure wish I could have been with him.

I've been getting some more Christmas presents and cards some from Fred & Ora, Ferm and I don't know who all. Aunt Ruth and Selma sent me their pictures some stamps and $2 dollars, she told me to buy something I need. The pictures sure were good, Betty sent me some more stamps.

How is the hair burning business, do you ever burn any of them old gals. I sure would like to get in some of their hair???

Well you were one year older yesterday I was thinking about you all day. But never got to write so I did tonight first thing. Well kid its bed time and I'm running out of space. I'm fine as can be, hope you are too, Goodnight.