Veterans Survive While Flu Rages | No Deaths Reported for One Week; Influenza Not in Home
SOLDIERS' HOME VETERANS SURVIVE FLU No Deaths Reported For One Week; Influenza Not In Home. While the death rate has been high in Sandusky and other places in the state and nation there has not been a death at the Home for one week. The last one reported was on Thursday Oct. 17. There no cases of influenza among members of the Home. _ ^_ _ Members of this Home are deeply intere--'Â°rt in the marvelous work accomplished in i'l.s Tnitefl Stiles in shipbuilding. Much comment is being heard regarding the record time in w h i c h the wooden Aberdeen was constructed. The following members have been transferred: John S. Funk, from cottage L to cottage Dill: William H. AA'allace from hospital to cottage B; Charles Parker from hospital to cottage D; Alexander Fisher from hospital to cottage C l i n H. McClure from cottage K to hospital. hospital. Mrs. Henry J. Johnson, wife of Chef Johnson is reported to be improving from an a t t a c k of i A d j u t a n t Moul's morninc; For duty 6 0 0 ; extra d u t \ 217; total present 9 6 9 ; absent leave 130; w i t h o u t leave 24; membership 1,132.