Somewhere in France, 6/5/1918

June 5th 1918

Dear sister Madaline:

As yet we boys have not been receiving any mail but just the same I have been writing you every day.  I went to confession last night and to communion this morning.  I also washed clothes and bathed, very much to my delight as water is very scarce and in order to wash or bathe we must walk about three and one half miles.  The commissary issue isn’t what it order be and allowances may be made as U.S. supplies us with foods from our own states.  Must close now dear sister with love and kisses to you all.

I am

Your Brother

Joe

xxxx

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