"WITH THE SICK J. F. Menke, grocer, of Grant and High streets, has received word from his brother-in-law, John Scheidt, at Friend, Nebraska, telling of the serious illness of Mr. Menke's sister, Mrs. John Scheidt.
Mrs. C. E. Evans, of 1816 Grandview avenue, has received a message telling of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Edward Paeltz, at Blue Creek, Adams county.
Clover, son of Mr. and Mrs. George White, of 1810 Grant street, who was operated upon for the removal of tonsils and adenoids Tuesday, is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Ernest Oursler, of 1225 Hutchins street, has received a telegram from her brother, James Shriver, telling of the serious illness of her father, J. B. Shriver, at Ashland, O.She expects to leave for his bedside at once.
Gilbert Waite, who is a student at Rush Medical College, Chicago, is at the home of his sister, Mrs. Walter Sheldon in Madison, Wis., recovering from an operation for appendicitis performed two weeks ago at the Presbyterian hospital, Chicago, where Mrs. Sheldon spent several days with him.
Mrs. Edward Cunningham, West Side, who has been suffering with grip, is reported to be much better.Mrs. Cunningham has suffered from three attacks of the malady this winter.
Mrs. Turner, wife of A. S. Turner, proprietor of the Hotel Turner, is recovering steadily from a surgical operation she recently underwent.
Lou Burke has fully recovered from his attack of appendicitis and resumed work at the Portsmouth Stove and Range Works.
George H. Bauer, contractor, of Eleventh street, who had his right ankle broken three weeks ago, is improving.
Alice daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paynter, of Vinton avenue, who has been threatened with pneumonia was reported better Friday."