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[[top margin]] 15° above Monday morning & pleasant [[/top margin]]

Stoughton January 11th 1942

Dear Doris

We have had another snow storm. it came again in the night Friday after a mackrily [[mackerel]] sky, it snowed all night after the temperature went down. just twice as much as we had the week before very light then last night it grew cold again & this morning it was just zero when I looked at the thermometer at eight O'clock. Mrs Barry has had another attack she had the doctor & he said it was gaul [[gall]] bladder & gave her something to take & put her on a diet. she is better to day. feels more like herself, slept good all night. Jackie came over yesterday & shoveled out our path without our asking him, he did us a good job, guess his mother told him to. Mr Bradner her minister, came to call & brought her a nice boquet [[bouquet]]. he missed her the night before at the party he gave the choir. he told her. Mrs Reynolds called up this morning to ask how she was. I had a long talk with Mary Laython his mother, the day before over the phone. she says

Transcription Notes:
A mackerel sky is a common term for clouds made up of rows of cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds

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