Clarence Bachar Obituary
a Johnstown Farmer Succumbs Friday To Heart Attack Johnstown, Dec. 11. Clarence Bachar, 77, farmer and former resident of Columbus, died Fri day at 3 p. m. in his home east of Johnstown. While he complained a few days ago of not feeling well, he was not confined to his bed, and his death Friday followed a heart attack. Born May 25, 1871 in Wyan dotte county, he was the son of Andrew and Margaret (Nye) Bachar. He was also a former resident of Findlay and came to this vicinity 15 years ago from Columbus. His wife, Mrs. Alma Bachar, died Oct. 13, 1936, and he is survived survived by one son, Lester Bachar of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Clyde Rowe of Mansfield and Mrs. Grace Miller of the home: also two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; one brother, Curtis Bachar of Siloam Springs. Ark. The funeral will take place Sunday at 1 p. m. in the Crouse and Son funeral home with Rev. Walter H. Reitz officiating. Burial Burial will be made in- in- Spring Grove cemetery near Carey.