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World War ii veteran and request for 100 tickets for the 100th anniversary, it’s going to be viral

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World War ii veteran, James, South side of Watauga, Texas, is turning 100 on Oct. 7, and he’s asking for help, too.

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Of the south, who are now living in a retirement home after living on their own in the Eastern part of Texas, until he was 98, which has gone viral, following in the facility and posted a picture of the vet posing with a big sign to give you the best 100 birthday cards for his birthday.

“Hey! My name is James, the South, and I am a very proud world WAR ii veteran! I will be running the 100 at the October 7, 2019. I would like to receive 100 birthday cards. Please send an e-mail at: 5800 North Park Dr, Watauga, TX-76148. Thank you!!!” the sign reads.

James South is turning 100 next month and for his birthday asked for 100 cards to be in with a post that has since gone viral.
(Brookdale Watauga senior living)

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The picture has since been spread all over the country and received hundreds of responses and thank the South for his service and wish him a happy early birthday.

“The lord of the South, and I really hope you enjoy the 100th birthday party of your son. Thank you for all that you have at your service, sir,” one man commented.

“Happy birthday, James! I hope that your birthday brings you lots of luck and happiness with your family & friends!”, another wrote.

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“Happy Birthday to you James … Hope you have a wonderful celebration of your Birthday. Thank you for your service to our country,” said one of the others.

To the south, the decision to ask for the cards, the presents, the get down, while he served in the second world WAR, when his girlfriend, who eventually became his wife of 55 years, wrote to him every day, WFAA reported.

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“It would give me a feeling that I’m being recognized for what I am doing, what I am,” the South, in other words, it is to receive birthday cards. “And I would cherish it forever.”

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