1944: Winter 2014

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Janet Coblentz Cover is living at a retirement center in Frederick and she reported that Erma Stull Grove and Ginnie Gambrill Hendrickson are there, too.  However, the latter two are not doing too well. Peg Traver Emery is living in Florida and her children had visited. Her husband is not too well and has blood clots in his leg. Mal Barnett reported from New Orleans that she is still kicking. Betty Lee Daubenspeck Carl is still playing golf, bridge and driving a car. Her sister-in law Carolyn Carl Bradey died this year. Nancy Ogden Carson has a new cat. She and her husband live in a retirement center and she has children that live close to by. Millie Geiple Hufnagel’s son lives with her and she is still driving a car. Betty Black Newport still lives in her own home. Her granddaughter was visiting in early November from California and at Christmas she was expecting her whole family to be with her––she was looking forward to that. Mim Fowler Orth was dog sitting for her son who lives close by and she still drives. “I, Jean Wheatley Hilchuk, am still driving even though I cannot walk without assistance. I exercise in the pool where I am able to walk alone.” Millie Easterbrook Patzig is still living in her home. She has those that come in to take care of things that she is unable to do for herself. Glady’s Reinhert husband died in February. Gert Flag still drives and plays bridge.

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