ARMY AIR FORCES GREENSBRO,
Hello honey. Well I finally got time to write. I’ve been pretty busy lately. I had to fall out tonight, too, to help sweep the area around our squadron buildings.
The schedule has been changed. I can sleep late now. We arise at 5:45, a half hour more sleep! That means a lot, though. Another bit of news is that I got a G.I. haircut. It’s real short, a regular clipping. My cold is gone but I still have that hack, it’s this day air, I won’t get rid of it ‘til o leave this dump. Boy I can hardly wait to go to college. I’ve got my clothes wrapped and addressed, but I haven’t had a chance to mail them, as I have to walk about 1 ½ miles to the Post office, and my evenings have been busy lately. Tell Nanny not to worry, though. I expect to get them off some time this week.
I discovered that Ace’s barracks is but a matter of feet from mine.
It seems strange to realize that he was right there not long ago. I got a letter from Pat Dalryenple today. Another one to answer, but I love to get them, especially from you, angel. Well that’s all the news, beautiful. I love you, Goodnight Sweetheart. Love to all.
P.S. Send me Mrs. Nisar’s address.
Recommended CitationClark, William Judson, "Letter Written by William Judson Clark to Mrs. Ruth S. Clark Dated November 18, 1943" (1943). Clark, Dorothy Audrey Six and William Judson. Paper 148.