Feb. 26, 1920.|
Your mother just called up. She said to tell you to get vaccinated again. If that other vaccinatio nholds good -- this one will not take, youknow. Your mother does not wish for you to run any chances. Your folks got the box you sent. Your folks will get out in another week, now so you will soon hear from home. All are well, except Ruth. She has a slight sore throat on one side but guess she is getting O.K.
If you see K. tell her we will write over Sunday. The folks all went down to Central to Institute yesterday.and last night. I did not go until last night. They had a good program and the room good and full. They, the girls, H.S. served dinner cafeteria (?) style. They expect to have another institute next year. Tressie went down to Central to Teachers' Institute to-day.
I received your letter. Of course, was glad to hear from you. Yes, I could translate all yhou wrote. I could discuss, at best, part of your letter if it were not on a card where I had no room.
Sprangers are all improving except Lesley. He is quite sick & the doctor feels discouraged. Jeanette is up part of the time. The rest are all still in bed. Dorothy is getting along better than she did.
Amos Behr is still teaching the W.W. Class at Hartford. Say, I have some news but not on a card. Will tell K. if I do not write to you soon. We are going to organize a literary club of some kind in the spring possibly. Will tell you more later. Plans are being made.
Ask K. if she never got her birthday box. We sent it last Sat.