Robert W. Barker Capt Mrs. Elizabeth D Shaw 1147 Washington Blvd Ogden, Utah Capt. Robert W. Barker 65th Armored FA. Batt. APo 339, c/o LM. N.Y Germany 5 Nov. 1944 Dear Aunt Bettie, you see I do Know who you are. I don't always make the same mistake. Thanks so much for your nice letter (2). I do always like to hear from the family, even though my time for writing is limited. I am ever so pleased to hear "Dutch" is such a nice young lady. I would like to see her play the nice organ at the ward- its a date when I return. Speaking of the ward, I often think of the people and all it has meant to me in my life-a great deal I can assure you. Yes, Reese did enjoying visiting Elizabeth and Don at Sioux Falls. He mentioned his good times in letters to me. I know he didn't like leave for that reason (cont'd) Bob, REPLY BY V-MAIL Robert W. Barker Capt Mrs. Elizabeth D Shaw 1147 Washington Blvd Ogden, Utah Capt. Robert W. Barker 65th Aromored FA. Batt. APo 339, c/o LM. N.Y Aunt Betty, Im here again. 3 Nov (cont'd). I certainly did enjoy the information about Dorothy Ralph, Tom Dee, and the rest of the family. It seems as if Annabelle has had less time lately- she is my home news correspondent. I'll take you up on the chicken on of these days- how about next summer? I'll plan on it with great anticipation. I'll do my best for a spoon or two for the collection. I wish I had thought of it sooner. Right now we have more difficulty getting such things, however before I come home I'm sure I can add a few- I would like to do so very much 'Till later, love to all. Bob. REPLY BY V-MAIL
WAR & NAVY DEPARTMETNS V-MAIL SEVICE OFFICIAL BUSINESS U.S. POSTAL SERVICE NO. E 1944 NOV 23 1030AM PENALTY FOR PRIVATE USE TO AVOID PAYMENT OF POSTAGE. $300
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