Transcribed by James Fox, August 2004|
from the Deposit-Coach Fox WW2 Letters Collection
Cpl. Edwin Bonker (letter 1/1)
Deposit H.S. Class of 1943
I have recieved two letter from you so I figure I had better answer them. I'm very sorry that I have failed to write but we are pretty busy now. I recieved you most welcome letter last night and was glad to get all the news on the sports also was very pleased to get the addresses of the fellows for I'd like to write to some of them. How is every thing going in school this year. I hope every thing is going as good as use to when I was there.
How is the wife and children this winter I sho hope they are well and getting along good. I wish you would tell them that I was asking for them also the kids in school. I was glad to hear that you got your first deer this year. I bet you was greatly supprised your self when you seen it fall. But I imagine you did take quit a rasing as most people do.
Coach you ought to be over here this guns sho would make you feel as if some one had gotten buck fever. Well I'll have to bring this few words to a close for this time but I'll write again real soon and try to make it a little mor interesting. So give my regards to all the kids at school and tell them I'd be very pleased to hear from any of them.
I'll be seeing you.
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