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15 APRIL 1944

CPL. E. W. PAGLIARINI
126TH FINANCE DISBURSING SECTION
FT. BENJ. HARRISON, INDIANNA

Bryant Service Club:

In acknowledgement to the letter I received from the BRYANT SERVICE CLUB, I wish to extend my appreciation to all its members and representatives, I finally received the letter after it made its long tour via Miami Florida, through Wake Forest College, N. C., and than to Newark, New Jersey. It’s a funny thing, that no matter where and how many times you move in the Army, your mail will finally catch up to you within the fiscal year.

I suppose it was known to all at Bryant, that Bill Lambert, George Pastore, and myself were together for a period of time until we were recently assigned to disbursing sections. There method of disbursing and separating its men is practically a plan. We tried to get transferred into one section, but it was too late to get any desirable results.

We still are training here at Ft. Benj. Harrison, and I think that the time has arrived whereas the technical training will cease. I think, that from now on it will be field experience. For twelve months I’ve been in the training course, and I can more than picture myself crossing the creaking gang-plank. Destination, some distant swampland to “GET ‘EM PAID”.

The BRYANT SERVICE CLUB is really doing a tremendous job, I know, to help those in the service, and I honestly can say, “we really appreciate it very much” To all its representatives, we say, keep up the good work.

MOST SINCERELY
Cpl E W Pagliarini
Class of ‘43

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