Mrs. Elizabeth Ames

 A Truly Remarkable Person!
by Hazel Varella

Soon after we moved to Easton in 1945, Mrs. Frothingham, for whom my father worked, wanted my mother and me to meet a person whom she greatly respected, Mrs. David Ames.  Several months later she called us to come to her home “Wayside” to meet her.  Mrs. Frothingham was very proud of having her and the children living with her for a brief time in the 1940’S…

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