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13 QUARANTINED FOR DIPTHERIA
The boarding house at 711 Missouri avenue was quarantined yesterday for diphtheria. Miss Louella Delvaux, a student in the School of Education, was taken ill Friday. Thirteen other persons live in the house, including eight University students. Dr. Dan Stine said today that if these students developed no symptoms of diphtheria they would be excused from quarantine.
(The Evening Missourian, Columbia, Mo., April 22, 1918, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)

ANOTHER STUDENT HAS DIPHTHERIA
Miss Flavia James, a student in the University living at 711 Missouri avenue, was quarantined yesterday for diphtheria. Her case is the second one to develop at the house within Delvaux, a student, was quarantined there Sunday.
(The Evening Missourian, Columbia, Mo., April 24, 1918, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)

MISS BEULAH POOL IS IN HOSPITAL
Miss Beulah Pool, a junior in the College of Arts and Science, was admitted to Parker Memorial Hospital today.
(The Evening Missourian, Columbia, Mo., April 26, 1918, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)

J. A. HUDSON AT EXCELSIOR SPRINGS
J. A. Hudson, president of the Columbia Telephone Company is ill at Excelsior Springs. His condition is not serious and he will recover within a short time.
(The Evening Missourian, Columbia, Mo., April 26, 1918, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)

MRS. A. H. SHEPARD OPERATED UPON
Mrs. A. H. Shepard was operated upon for appendicitis this morning at Parker Memorial Hospital. Her condition is critical.
(The Evening Missourian, Columbia, Mo., April 26, 1918, front page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson)

 

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