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"WITH THE COLORS" YMCA me that I should go so now I dare say I would have been in the front lines, had I not taken the course. Still I am doing my duty even tho I am not in the fighting ranks. I'll tell you I am badly in need of a hair cut but I feel [illegible] the old barber shop at Parksley is still there and if it isn't cut before I come back I can get a trim up there, don't you think? Ha! Ha! Not exaggerating at all it seems evident and this HELP YOUR COUNTRY BY SAVING. WRITE ON BOTH SIDES OF THIS PAPER
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me that I should go so now I dare say I would have been in the front lines, had I not taken the course. Still I am doing my duty even tho I am not in the fighting ranks. I'll tell you I am badly in need of a hair cut but I feel no [illegible] since the old barber shop at Parksley is still there and if it isn't cut before I come back I can get a trim up there, don't you think? Ha! Ha! Not exaggerating at all it seems evident and this  
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"WITH THE COLORS" YMCA me that I should go so now I dare say I would have been in the front lines, had I not taken the course. Still I am doing my duty even tho I am not in the fighting ranks. I'll tell you I am badly in need of a hair cut but I feel no [illegible] since the old barber shop at Parksley is still there and if it isn't cut before I come back I can get a trim up there, don't you think? Ha! Ha! Not exaggerating at all it seems evident and this

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