ARMY AIR FORCES
Well it won’t be long now honey, two more weeks. I’ve got 64 hours now; flew 3 ½ today, formation and instruments.
Thanks ever so much for the check honey. It sure helped.
I got the wedding rings last night. They’re being sized now, they’ll be ready a week from tomorrow. Boy I’m glad that’s settled, I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to get them in time. I got plain bands, nothing fancy, but they’re not the usual type. They’re not round, sort of square with a grooved ridge along each edge. I like them, they’re quite different, and match perfectly. Don’t tell Dottie what they look like, I want to surprise her. I hope she likes them.
Well I guess Bobby is in Texas by now. I’m so glad everything worked out O.K.
I don’t think Steve can be my best man, he won’t be able to get here in time. I think I’ll have Tom. I should have him because I’ve known him much longer and I guess he is my best friend in the Army.
I’m sorry you’ve got a cold honey. Is it any better? You take care of yourself angel.
I think it would be best if you got the wings at home, I think it would be easier, and there might not be any down here.
Well angel, I guess I’ll go to the movies with Tom now. I don’t even know what’s there.
Thanks again honey, you’re very sweet to me and I love you so much. I can hardly wait to see you again. Goodnight Sweetheart.
All my love to you angel from—
Your devoted Son
Recommended CitationClark, William Judson, "Letter Written by William Judson Clark to Mrs. Ruth S. Clark Dated February 26, 1945" (1945). Clark, Dorothy Audrey Six and William Judson. Paper 225.