Aug. 29th, 1934
Dear Dad: –
Today is the 30th. I made a mistake in the above date. (He sure did, and he doesn’t even mention the year !!!)
Well, I got back to Camp last week very well. The train got into Aberdeen at 3:15 A.M., having made only one other stop, Wilmington. From Aberdeen to Camp is that Toonerville and it runs on the hour at that late hour, so I only had a 45 minute wait. I got into Camp a few minutes after 4:00 and had a couple of hours of sleep. On the train I had had about 3 so I felt O.K.
I went to a dance last night and had a wonderful time. The best I’ve had in Aberdeen. I slept today until noon and after lunch I washed clothes so now I do not have even one piece of dirty clothing.
For supper tonight, I’m going out and buy me a nice steak. I just feel in the mood for one.
News for last week has been very scarce. Don Frankenhauser has left for Mass. and from there he will be shipped across.
I heard again from Venezuela, and things have apparently changed a great deal. I really would like to go back there again.
Well, that’s about all I can think of so until next week –
Tomorrow, more Special Pictures.
On Monday I’ll begin a week of letters written in 1944.