Bio: Emling, Ted E. -
Story of Saving a Friend (Oct 1915)
Surnames: Emling, Nogle, Soles
----- Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/07/1915
(From last week’s Spencer Record)
Many years ago William Nogle of the town of Unity (Clark Co., Wis.), was employed by Ted E. Emling at his farm home west of this city, and during the period of time he was with the family, he won the heart of that old pioneer, Ted. Only about two weeks ago Mr. Nogle was taken very ill with pneumonia and it was thought he was doomed to cross the Great Divide, so his old friend Ted was sent for, and you can bet it didn’t take him long to land by the bedside of his old comrade.
Ted got into his “nurse suit” at once and went to work on the patient, where he lost no time for eight days and seven nights, and being under the careful directions of Dr. F. A. Soles, watching for the turning point of his patient, on which he could not gable where it would be life or death.
At last the hour came, and when Dr. told Ted that Mr. Nogle was beyond all danger, we dare say there never was a happier man in this neck of the woods that Ted Emling. We are glad to note that Mr. Nogle is now on the road to recovery, although it will be sometime before he will again be able to attend to his duties about his home. A true friends in need, “is a friend indeed.”
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