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Friday, Nov 17, 1950 Crawfordsville Journal-Review
Charles E. Myers, 78, retired farmer, died Friday morning following an attack suffered while talking to a clerk in the Nye-Booe Drug Store on N. Washington Street. Mr. Myers home address is RR1, Waynetown. Immediately following the attack, the Bright Funeral home ambulance was called and Myers was rushed to Culver Hospital. He was dead upon his arrival at the hospital. Dr. Fred N. Daugherty stated. My Myers, a life-long resident of this section of Indiana, had been residing at Bloomingdale recently. He had retired from active farm duties. Born July 16, 1872, in Parke Co, Mr. Myers was the son of John A & Elizabeth Myers. His wife, Florence Nelson Myers, to whom he was married before the turn of the century, died in July 1921. Following their marriage Mr. & Mrs. Myers resided on a farm in Parke Co. and later they resided near Wallace. Many years ago they took up residence on a farm 4 miles south of Waynetown. Mr. Myers was deeply interested in horses throughout his entire life and kept many fine horses on his farms. He was a member of the Wallace Lutheran Church. Survivors include two sons, Foreign Myers and Troy Myers, both of Waynetown; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Hesler of Hillsboro and Mrs. Velma Cummings, of Crawfordsville. Two brothers, O. L. Myers, of Marshall; and Jess Myers of Linnsburg and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Canine and Miss Tina Myers, both of Marshall. A son, Raymond Myers, a daughter, Mrs. Beulah Myers, and an infant son preceded Mr. Myers in death. Two brothers, Wallace Myers and Elijah Myers, are deceased. The body was taken to the Bright Funeral Home and funeral arrangements will be announced upon their completion following the arrival of one of the brothers.