I am now back on my Winter schedule. Thirty six interesting children to train and try to teach them something to help them all their lives. It is a wonderful job. Elmer has now gotten back from the Reunion trips and I am glad all is well. He reports that grandson, David Gilson, was a good help at Pontiac and Mt. Pleasant. His school does not open until one week after ours and for that reason he can go to Mt .Pleasant, Iowa.
We have and are attending some of the Antique Shows which we enjoy very much. We do find some interesting pieces. Elmer got a Fanning Mill that was made by some company for their agents to show to the prospective customers. We both seem to perk up when we view these ancient things.
If you are coming this way stop and see us. If you can let us know about when than we shall try to be at home. But whether you do or not you are always welcome.