March 17, 1924
So much has happened since I received your letters last fall that I
hardly know what to write.
We are having severe March weather after so mild a winter.
I am quite well again and am staying in my own home.
We have a fine Presbyterian minister here now and I get out to church every Sunday.
I wish all of my Cousins could come and see me.
I have twenty maple trees on my lot. My grandboy1 and I are going to make sugar and if you were all here, I surely would treat you.
I think we ought to congratulate Will, also ourselves, for our willing helpers who are going to continue our Correspondence Club. I enjoy the letters very much. Four of the first cousins live in Osceola. In Nelson, the old home town, very few of the cousins are left.
Our next Campbell Re-union and Cousins Dinner are coming before our
next Letters and I hope to be able to attend both gatherings this year
and meet as many of you as can possibly attend.
1. Probably Hugh Van Dusen - wbt
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