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Thusday, April 11, 1918
Tonight Bro. Geo. Katie, Geo., Jr. MOther
and Mary are all quite ill with
the grippe. All have high fevers. I
am very worried about my little Mary.
She feels so hot. She lifts her little
hand to my face and says "Mama
[nicey?] and loves me so gently.
John isn't really able to be out but
he & Marnie made the rounds to see
the sick ones this eve. While
sitting by Mary's bed this afternoon
I wrote Edith S., Ida Margaret, Alberta
& Hazel Pfeiffer. Harry returned tonight.
brouight some late music, candy and
a lovely roast.
Friday, April 12, 1918
Mary was very sick all day with high
fever. Of course I spent every minute
with her. Dr. Smith came to see her.
Bro. Geo. is seriously ill with fever
abouit 104 1/2. Have been trying every
place to get a trained nurse for
him. Dr. Smith is afraid of pneumonia.
Our family seems to be in a
general mix up.