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CARPENTAR, Hardin

HARDIN CARPENTAR

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review, October 27, 1973

Hardin Carpentar, 73, died in an Evansville hospital Thursday a few hours after suffering a heart attack in his home at Mt. Vernon. A former Mellott resident, he was an automobile salesman at Mt. Vernon for many years. He was born May 29, 1900 on a farm near Mellott, a son of Monroe and Ollie McGee Carpentar. He was married to the former Elizabeth Hughes of Inglewood, Tenn. Mr. Carpentar attended school in Mellott. He was a member of the Mt. Vernon Methodist Church and the Masonic Lodge. Surviving are his wife and a son Charles, in the USAF; a daughter Charlotte, a senior at Purdue University; two sisters, Mrs. Bernice Haines of Crawfordsville and Mrs. Harold (Fern) Shultz of Newtown; a foster sister, Bertha Miller of Miami, Fla. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Novell Funeral Home at Mt. Vernon. Burial will follow in the Mt. Vernon Cemetery. – jlr

Source: Danville (Ill) Commercial News 26 October 1973

Mellott, Ind. - Harden Carpentar, 73, a former Mellott resident, died late Thursday (Oct. 25, 1973) at Evansville Hospital after being stricken at his home at Mt. Vernon. Born May 29, 1900, near Mellott, he was the son of Monroe and Ollie McGee Carpentar. He was married to Elizabeth Hughes of Englewood, Tenn. She survives. He attended the Mellott School and was a member of the Mr. Vernon Methodist Church. He also was a member of the Masonic lodge at Mr. Vernon. Mr. Carpenter was a car salesman at Mt. Vernon. Survivors include a son, Charles, serving in the Air Force in North Carolina; a daughter, Charlotte, a senior at Purdue University; two sisters, Mrs. Bernice Haines of Crawfordsville and Mrs. Harold (Fern) Shultz of Newtown; and a foster sister, Bertha Miller of Miami, Fla. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Norbell Funeral Home in Mt. Vernon. - - Hardin Carpentar, 73, died in an Evansville hospital Thursday a few hours after suffering a heart attack in his home at Mt. Vernon. A former Mellott resident, he was an automobile salesman at Mt. Vernon for many years. He was born May 29, 1900 on a farm near Mellott, a son of Monroe and Ollie McGee Carpentar. He was married to the former Elizabeth Hughes of Inglewood, Tenn. Mr. Carpentar attended school in Mellott. He was a member of the Mt. Vernon Methodist Church and the Masonic Lodge. Surviving are his wife and a son Charles, in the USAF; a daughter Charlotte, a senior at Purdue University; two sisters, Mrs. Bernice Haines of Crawfordsville and Mrs. Harold (Fern) Shultz of Newtown; a foster sister, Bertha Miller of Miami, Fla. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Newell Funeral Home at Mt. Vernon. Burial will follow in the Mt. Vernon Cemetery.

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