June 20, 1943
Bryant Service Club,
I received your package which was forwarded to me from my last post. It arrived on the heels of two other packages this week, but, nevertheless, it was highly welcomed.
After the strenuous existence of the basic training center, I am enjoying a comparatively cloistered life here at Sam Houston State Teachers College. I am assigned to an 8 week course in Army Administration.
A good percentage of the students in my company were called to active duty from the following New England Colleges: Brown, B. U., Holy Cross, Conn. State, N. H. State, and Manhattan College in N. Y.
My stay here had nearly reached its full-mark, and wherever my next post and assignment may be, a gift from Bryant Service Club will be appreciated.
Graduating Class of ‘43
P. F. C. George Kazarian