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Stoughton January 15th 1942

Dear Doris

Our weather is changeable the wind has gone into the south & its windy but much warmer. I am sorry you are so cold it must be dreadful cant you keep a fire going in the open fire place that would help some. this seems a hard winter since the snow came.

I wrote to Lena yesterday & ten minutes after the letter was written & put in the door for the post man he came & took it & brought me yours, so I was much pleased

Mrs Barry heard yesterday that Irma Wayland was in the Baker Memorial hospital for a tumor. so she sent her a card this morning. she is to remain there 10 days & so Gladys the girl who lives with her said we called her up this morning to ask about Irma.

Bill Marden the young man Barbera Marden is engaged to marry dont work young Maultby has found him a good job, but he didn't stick to it long & he has had other chances to work, but they say he dont stick to anything long. Barbera has been put into a bank in Boston where she was promoted in three weeks time
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