LDS Woman finds Unique Way to Cheer Up the Sick and Injured

Big, goofy pink glasses above a bulbous red nose, stethoscope a-gleam against a white smock, google-eyed frogs grinning from a cloth hat.

Thus tricked out, or in another of the many variations of her costume, Auburn's one-and-only "jollyologist", Dr. Gaylyn Shoemaker, sets out three days each week for local nursing homes, hospitals and convalescent centers, seeking souls inside that could use a heaping helping of the smile-inducing stuff she carries.
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