CHARLES E. ANDREWS
Charles E. Andrews died in his home at 411 Jackson street, Wed¬ nesday, after an illness of nine weeks of heart disease.
Funeral services will be held Sat¬ urday afternoon at 1:30 from the residence and 2:00 o'clock in the United Brethren church, conducted by Rev. Orr Jaynes. The Odd Fel¬ lows will have charge of the serv¬ ice at the grave in Lakeview ceme¬ tery. Gerner & Wolf will direct the funeral.
Charles Andrews was born on Catawba Island, March 1, 1873, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Andrews, and died February 12, 1936, aged 62 years, 11 months and 11 days. Mr. Andrews was possessed of a friendly disposition and his ac¬ quaintances were his friends.
Since a small child he resided in Port Clinton. During his young manhood he met with an accident by which he lost a leg. In 1896 he opened a photo studio in the Andrews building on West Second street and conducted it until 1920 when in the same location lie started a cut rate drug store, which about four years later was sold to W. C. Timblin. For the past few years, Mr. Andrews vended con¬ fections.
He is survived by his wife, who was Lillian Generous, two sons, Clifton, Logansport, Ind., and Don¬ ald, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Lois Orth and Mrs. George Disch- inger, (Port Clinton; Mrs. Amos j Hammel, Manington, W. Va., and two grandchildren. jkrrf-ff 3 4
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Andrews and children, of Logansport, Ind., spent the past week here, having been called on account of the death of his father, Charles E. Andrpw^ ( whose funeral was held from the United Brethren church, Saturday afternoon. X ~
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