Excerpt from Coraddi, Vol. 40: December, 1935
As soon as Grandma Corbett heard the door of the doctor's car slam shut, she threw the covers back over the foot of the bed. When She heard the car progressing smoothly down the street, she sat up and swung her feet out on to the ﬂoor. Grandma Corbett had no intention of stay ing in bed, and she was furious with her daughter Alice for telling Dr. Jack to call. Alice was always getting the idea that her mother was not feeling well and that, at Mrs. Corbett's age, a person ought to Stay in bed for a few days every now and then.
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