Myron Bloom Dies
Of Fractured Skull
The funeral services for Myron Bloom, 19, son of Mrs, Mary Bloom, living about five miles east of Elmore, are being held today (Friday) at 1:30 P. M. at the home and 2 P. M. at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Rice township, Sandusky county, Rev. A. J. Prange officiating.
Mr. Bloom died in Memorial hospital in Fremont Tuesday eve¬ ning of a fractured skull received in an automobile accident Sunday eve¬ ning near Kingsway, Ohio, on the Oak Harbor-Fremont road, when the car in which he was riding with four others skidded into a bridge over Little Muddy Creek and fell into the creek. Two girls were killed and another girl—ceceived a broken jaw, while her brother, Clay¬ ton Hetrick, driver of the car, escaped serious injury.
Myron was a graduate of Harris- Elmore high school being a member of the class of '32. He was an ac¬ tive member of St. Paul's church,���Sunday school and Luther League.
Besides his mother he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Simon Dunham of near Elmore, and Thelma, at home; four brothers, Luther and Raymond at home, Oliver of near Elmore, and Harold of Old Wash¬ ington. His father, Chas W. Bloom, died last June.
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