I suppose that you have been to Lebanon, looked in the windows and had your chocolate ice cream soda. It won’t be very long until we wander the streets of Boston or Lebanon some Saturday evening.
I wish you could have seen the parade today; it was beautiful. We are in a nine man front (nine women in each rank) preceded by our officers and the colors. We marched around in front of the reviewing stand and back to our places. I was back near the end today as we were lined up according our height. I am going to buy a Chatanooga paper tomorrow because I think they took some pictures.
I got your nice long letter today and the package. You addressed it so I am writing to you and by the way I passed them around and all that is left is the box. They all thought they were delicious.
I think I will take the rest of the pictures on one film and will send them to you.
Next Sunday I think we are going on another Company Outing up to Lookout Mountain. I think it is near Chatanooga. We are going to buy our lunch there.
We have had the Prisoners of War working around the barracks on the walks. They do all the hard labor around here.Some of them look quite American and others look quite foreign.
We were told the other day that there were 77,000 WACs and there are 700,000 jobs to be filled. Most of the training for WACs is done on this post so you can see there (are) alot of us here. Officer Candidate School is also on this Post.