Somewhere in France, 6/3/1918

June 3rd 1918

Dear sister Madaline:

As yet I haven’t received any mail from you but just the same I am keeping my promise by writing you and Anna every day.  Of course you must remember dear sister that their will be a time that you will not hear from me in days perhaps weeks but if their isn’t anything in the way preventing me from writing you can rest assured that your brother will try his best to write you even though it be a few lines.  Of course the censor doesn’t permit me to tell you things that I would like to theirfore at times my letters will be short.  I am feeling fine and in the best condition and can’t wait until we advance further into our goal.

Must close now dear Sister with loads of love and kisses only to be remembered to pa and you all.

Your Brother

Joe

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