Thurs 12 we found it white with snow lookd snowy I went to Isabels awhile Marjorie a little better toward noon it cleard & snow melted we got letter from Nellie she continues weakly recd letter from Maude Mrs Fred Klockenteger died last Sat also letter from Lavanda this is a nice pm but not under foot No news from Leslie it seems a long time since we heard from him towards eve I felt bad head sore & dizzy & I took a bromo quinine & Mother & Sylvia helpd bathe my feet in hot water & gave me hot ginger tea I feel very poorly I ate no Supper
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