Sgt Roman F. Klick 36620923
HS 1393 Engr APO 709
c/o PM San Francisco, California
8 July 1944
TO BE FILED: THE SECOND PAGE OF MRS. BOYER'S LETTER OF 6/24/44
"I received the little song sheet, but as yet haven't heard it, because I haven't been around any one that has a piano. Very few people carry pianos around with them these days. Can't get away from the "corn" can I? Thanks, any how for the song sheet. Maybe some day I'll run across some one who can read notes, until then, I'll suffer in silence. Seems funny to hear you call Bob a fighting Irishman when his name is Boyá, but speaking of Bob, he's in Camp Springs, Wash. D.C. right now. I suppose he has written to you tho' & told you all about it. He's on pins and needles, hoping every time a sqdn leaves, he'll be in it, but between you & me, I've been praying against him, as Wally Berry says to his wife in that marine picture or didn't you see it?
ED NOTE: For once Bob hasn't written to me and this time she thinks he has.