Dr. Payne delivered me and my two sisters all at home. Two born on Black Gold Hill and one in Algoma coal camp. I remember him coming to our grand parents house late one very snowy December night around 1953 or 54 where my cousin Truby and I were both very ill with flu. Doc came in quietly and gave us both shots in the fanny at the same time so as one would not squall and wake the other. we both squalled at the same time, I slapped his hand and the needle bent in my fanny and he just laughed. We both sat in Pa Baker's lap and seem like as was well. However, if we saw his jeep coming, kids would scatter!