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Date: November 24th 1943
Claude Senton

Nov 24/43.

Dear Folks -

Have received your cigarettes Mother, & very pleased to get them. Glen must have forgotten to send any more or they were lost. About a week ago I sent you a surface letter answering most of your questions. You are wrong about the skipper's name. I know that F/O & his crew you mentioned, heard that they spoke over the radio.

Everything is good, back at the flying again; had a good leave. Could of saw Joe if I had known for I was out at that hospital to see one of our crew who had hurt his foot. Anyway will see him next time.

So Lill will have a little farther to go to school now, its a wonder they wouldn't keep it open. She'll be able to get the mail at the same time.

I think mentioned receiveing some sig's from Mary. A few days ago I mail some Xmas cards, didn't know Lewis' add but sent it to Nokamis if it stops there you mail it on to Mary, or suppose they may be down for New Years, ay?

What's Cecil up to these days & all the gang? Plenty of snow as usual or what? We heard a few of the hockey games here, have a radio in the hut & plenty of bridge as a side-line. The gang are going to see a show here tonite. This is just a note for tonite & hope you receive the other letter - Au revoir Claude.