Believe Epidemic is Under Control | Churches and Lodges May Now Resume Usual Activities

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total UnjjrClieS A i m R e s u m e (JsUal AC- ' . ' SpedaLJnJJifl-Slar-JaiiriuU--- i I | I tv;o or three cases, the disease has not been so serious here as in towns ' and lhe strict dosin orrters and'Mrs. ~ HnKm-nrl f r t ll'.-,rn lioon T o o n r r _ ., -.. ,-,, , _ are believed to have been responsi- ' ' U.U.U. iUVlg^ lit ^Vi Hi-ISO 0.1 all persons COlQS tlTC tiSKGu LO * ^unum. home untii all danger has passed. D e ; HURON, Oct. 25--The influenza haf i t epidemic here nov,- seems to be stamped out. AVith the exception of O f her for this. The schools probably will not be reopened for another Zoe o( week. The movie theater was e r i n from thoroughly fumigated Thursday and be may reopen next week if conditions r continued favorable. Church serv- ,,,;];,,,, ices and lodge meetings of I Serv i ces at the Episcopal church Mi- | f o r avmday October 27, will be as and M o r n i n g pra -. er and ser- 10 a Sunday-school at a _ m _ R e y _ H j.- B u xton, rec- ov^i » l u o o yterian church Sunday. G u n z e n h a u e r , jr ., i s . v e ry ill at his home ' He is threatened with · i and j and Mrs . Ed Banfield and I daushter M y r t l e and Mr . ancl Mrs Charles Gog- I funeral Thursday after-1 o f o o n at vermilion. Horton Wright and There will be no services at the he Dorothy of Cleveland, spent several days the fore part of the week I relatives. Charles and Albert Brecklin of Cleveland, visited their parents over j Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Knott are p a r c n t s of a baby daugli- i arrived Wednesday. e t h a B o s t a t t e r is able to f t C I " UI1 U t t t i C K Ol tll6 f i l 5 , LaVoo js ver iu with : 0 1 , » 4 : 4 5 , pneumonia which influenza. His condition is critical. critical. Mrs. Walter Sprankel, who was 1 daughter , i so seriously ill witli^ p n e u m o n slowly improving. She will be re- l as ^ sa Froda Specken Mrs K a t o z l m m e r m ill move m. house to a lot on Main-st re- 3 0 p. m. · c e n Uy purchased from Mrs. Bell [ W r i g h t . Joseph Specker j the moving. will do Miss Wilomine Leonhiser is here for a vacation d u r i n g the flu demic at A k r o n where she l ing school. 9:«\. I Mrs. David Dillon is ill at her : 4 t i ! h o m e w i t h i n f l u F r a u k n=Q« ! »« h " 1 m f l u c n / a . Three of p . ' m i i d r e n are iccovcring. is ill his chil- M a y i n f : Cook is g e t a be . I 2,°" i u Mr and G l e n n Mrs. Jacob of A v e t y w( Miller 10 in and town .,, , , r ,, presidents of the c o «« a t t!lfl '"" n(1 ° c "cr m o t l l o r - ! b u M r s . A r t h u r Nolden miU c h i h ' i . - n 'in- ill w l lrs - M ll I l o n r y S i h u l i w e n and 11:30 W f d n e M i a y a l 3 0 p. m. i

Clipped from The Sandusky Star-Journal25 Oct 1918, FriPage 2

The Sandusky Star-Journal (Sandusky, Ohio)25 Oct 1918, FriPage 2
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