Dec 11, 1944

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Dec 11, 1944 - be on on the · · * CANTEEN SERVICE MAKES BOYS...
be on on the · · * CANTEEN SERVICE MAKES BOYS ON TO FRONT "MTTLR LESS FORLORN" From, an embarkation port or across the Atlantic comes this expression of appreciation of the work of the Connellsville Women's Canteen: "To the Connellsville Canteen ladies. · "I just wanted to write you and tell how wonderful I think all of you are. I'E never forget that funny little feeling I had I stood in the door of a troop train and line of girls with hot coffee anrffood standing the. rain, just to make a lot of homesick and men feel a little less forlorn. "You would be surprised if you knew few and far between canteens like yours Very few realize that the GIs cannot leave train when they are traveling under sealed orders. So 1 have a warm memory to take tlie ocean with me when 1 take my boa the very near future. And I guess I am to have; that. Thanking you again, I arn "Sincerely and gratefully yours, , RAY ZIMMERMAN." The writer is Private Ray H. Zimmerman, who is with a hospital unit. His home is not given. The letter was dated November 25. » * w

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  1. The Daily Courier,
  2. 11 Dec 1944, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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