News: Shortville (31 Oct 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Fisher, Frantz, Leits, Kuhn, Monk, Wagner, Stevens, Carter, Kosmoski, Cramer, Meyers, McPherson
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/31/1918
Shortville (31 Oct 1918)
George Fisher and Elmer Frantz have rented the R. Frantz place for the coming year. Wm. Leits has moved to Neillsville.
Robert Kuhn and one of the children are both quite sick with influenza at this writing. Dr. Monk is in attendance.
Herman Wagner is hauling hay to Neillsville.
Irvin Stevens, who is at Camp Randall, Madison, is sick in the hospital there with Spanish influenza.
Hubert Carter, who was at Madison training camp, has recently been transferred to Virginia.
Miss Mary Kosmoski has been spending an enforced vacation at home due to the flu epidemic closing her school in Hewett.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cramer have moved to Neillsville. Miss Lulu Carter stays with them and attends school there.
Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers, who lived on the Dudgeon farm this summer, have returned to Illinois. The new owner is here now.
Word has been received from Mrs. McPherson and son, Milton, that they arrived safely in Washington.
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