Letter: Wiley P. Killette to Mother, May 26, 1918

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"WITH THE COLORS"

YMCA

Camp Sevier, S. C. May 26 1918.

Dearest Mother:

Your dear letter of Thursday received yesterday afternoon, I am answering it this beautiful sunday morning while I have time.

I certainly hope Will Flemming will get in the navy, but guess he we demoralize it, he ought to be here in the Eighty First Division.

There will be a bunch of wokies in to-day from NewYork and La.

I saw where Jung Smith was sent to Camp Jackson. I think I will go down there some Sunday. Will guess who came to see me yesterday after-noon it was Howard

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