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Stoughton Decmber 8th 1933

Dear Doris

To day has been very chilly, like snow in the air. I was down early to the hospital & Jim took me to do errands in the square. I had a good time with the Doctor & Miss O'Brine. she & the Dr were singing old songs together. for my benifit [[benefit]], he was telling me what caused the signos trouble & the construction of one scull [[skull]] & cells that lead up to it. he told me how it caused the trouble & he cures lots of cases, where there is a stoppage of those tubes. Miss O' Brine had it she says, its very painful. he cured her, she never has it now. Alice says the next time she has it she will surely go to have him treat her. he gave me a Sentinel to bring home & Pa has been busy reading it since he always liked his to read. your letter did not come till late so my letter to you will not go out so early you may get this one with it. Miss Osmond is making bed socks for Flossy. I found a pattern in the draw [[drawer]]. an old one Lena left me. she is reading Pa's paper he reads a little & then leaves it for us to read then goes up to bed he goes to bed with his
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