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A/C Judson Clark
Sqdrn A Class 45-A
2146 AAFBU CPS-P
Mrs. Ruth S. Clark
64 Chauncey Ave.
My first Open-Post in 4 weeks was a good one. I had a lot of fun. Tom Bent, Doug Congdon and myself went out to the Paramount Club, the local hot-spot, with some local females. It’s a big place, about the size of Glen Island, with a band, also. We danced around and had a few drinks. I got back on time this time.
Yesterday we saw “Christmas Holiday.” It’s marvelous too. Deanna Durbin is a swell actress.
I’ve got a date this Wednsday [sic] night with a girl I met in the bowling alley here. She’s a sharp number, rather tall dark, and shapely. Some weekend the boys in the bay are going to get up a wheenie [sic] roast. It sure is good to be back in operation again.
At 10:30 today, I go to get my first hour in the Link Trainer. Today I’ll just use the stick to get used to it.
Mr. Balko got married this weekend, so he’s a little shakey [sic] today. He was late to work, also. I doubt if I’ll get up today because of this lousey [sic] weather. The cieling [sic] just started to break and the “dual only” flag is up.
Ed Conway shipped out to Keesler Field, Miss. For A. M. (Air Mechanics) school. I haven’t heard from him as yet.
I wrote Jean Moberg the other day. I heard from her Friday. She’s swell, has a job in New York as a secretary in the Chrysler Bldg.
I’ve got to go to the Link Trainer Building now honey, so I’ll take off. Give my love to Bob. I hope she had a happy birthday. What did you get her for me? I love you honey, with all my heart.
Love ‘n’ Kisses
Recommended CitationClark, William Judson, "Letter Written by William Judson Clark to Mrs. Ruth S. Clark Dated August 7, 1944" (1944). Clark, Dorothy Audrey Six and William Judson. Paper 201.