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Letter, 18 October 1918, to Paul Godwin

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kick, he doesn't go there any more. We unfurled our Service Flag at Uzzells a few Sundays ago had a special service in honor of you boys who have gone. Do you know there are fourteen of you gone from our Sunday School. Davis Lee and John are busy getting in the corn, haven't dug but a very few peanuts yet. They are very good they say. We are having very exciting times over here, over the Spanish Influenza. I hope it isn't over there. I hope it will soon die out when it get colder. You asked me if I ever heard from any of the boys over there? No, I've never heard from John Mc or Frank either. I don't think they have heard from John but once at his house. I wish I could. Paul, I have knit you a sweater. I want you to get a permit from your Captain or Leut. to receive as soon as you get this. Write me asking for it and also send permit to receive