Funderburg fall/sick 21 feb 1910

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Funderburg fall/sick 21 feb 1910 - HUNTINGTON, INPIANA, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1910....
HUNTINGTON, INPIANA, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1910. INBERL'N SQUASH CENTER brokeuk If! FALL Mrs. Oavld Fcndcrburg Hurries to Make' Sick Daughter Comfortable Comfortable and Is Injured, " ' " " 'is pioneer German newspaper publisher his father in the management family, these including the the Germanla Abendpost and controlling interest in the Get - " ' ' RF MOVED , FROM BOY'S HEAD William C. Brumder of - this appointment by the kuut commissioner general to the the coming summer. ' Col. Eugene Redllnger performed an on Carl, the young son of Mrs. John Bltzlnger Sunday. growth which bad formed .left side of his forehead was removed' The growth a site where it could no be Ignored and the operation It is thought a permanent was affected. n JOHN M'GAHAII DAUGHTER IN SERIOUS CONDITION WITH MEASLES Twa Doctors Called to Same Home Witnln . One Hour - Accident . i" . - "This Horning, In her haste to provide care for her nineteen year old daughter who had just been pronounced a victim of a very severe attack of measles, Mrs. David Funderburg fell dowwn a long flight of stairs and sustained a fractured fractured arm, painful bruises about the body and a general shaking up which will confine her to ir bed several days. . J Both Mrs.. Funderburg and her nineteen nineteen year old daughter are In a serious serious ! condition) the one as a result of her fall and the other suffering with measles ' In a dangerously malignant malignant form. The accident occurred Saturday at the home of the Funderburg Funderburg family just beyond the Wabash river bridge on the Warren road. Miss' Bertha, the daughter; had complained complained several days of a peculiar illness. illness. Saturday her brother, Clifford Funderburg, a Jeacher In the clty schools here, noticed that signs of rash were conspicuous on her face. A physician was called immediately, relatives relatives thinking it was a case of scarlet scarlet fever. The disease was pronounced pronounced measles and the young lady ordered ordered to bed. V ""Vi ' - , , Mrs. Funderburg hastened to make preparations to care for the girl With an arm full of bed slats she started down stairs, tripping at the first step of the flight leading down from the second story of the house. She fell violently, rolling the entire distance down the stairs and out into the room below. When picked up she was suffering suffering terrible agony, a fractured arm and other severe cuts and bruises making her condition serious. In the meantime the physician first called had returned to the city. It was hecessary to summon another doctor to attend the Injuries of the un fortunate woman. Mrs. Funderburg Is aged about fifty. She will probably recover without serious effects from her injuries. The daughter was still in a serious condition today, the meas les having gained a firm hold. MOD FOR USE OF i New Undertaker Will Increase Stock Supply Handsome Handsome new quarters son undertaking being equipped. Workmen morning remodeling portion of the building the Purviance furniture years. This part of the used alone by Mr. Nelson business as an undertaker. tion formerly dividing separate rooms has been walls will be refrescoed clous rooms generally making admirable Nelson. The new mined to make the and will continue adding equipment until he has one complete in the state. Ft. Wayne, Ind., Wayne's select social tounded Sunday morning ment Saturday afternoon SEVERAL

Clipped from Daily News-Democrat21 Feb 1910, MonPage 1

Daily News-Democrat (Huntington, Indiana)21 Feb 1910, MonPage 1
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