Charles Clark newspaper obituary
thc ago at were Columbia. 21 cent the , CURK,IIETEH __T, IS Suffers Heart Attack While at Lincoln U. Charles H. Clark, 67, died unexpectedly yesterday from a heart attack at Lincoln University. Clark, a resident of Jefferson City since a yovmg man and operator of a machine shop, to the University to present a bill when he was stricken. Coroner E. E. Mansur said no was necessary. Clark was born Oct. 2, 1873 in Miller county, and was employed at the state capitol for eight years by the permanent seat ot government under the administrations of Governors Baker and Caul field. H e had operated a machine shop at 109 rear East Miller street for the past several years. He was married to Mrs. Minnie Barrett March'30, 1932, survives him. He also is survived by the following children by his first Mrs. Murial Lee, Charles A. Clark and Fred W. Clark, all Jefferson City; Mrs. Lester Werner, Lilhwaup, Wash., and Mis. Ceha Femmer, Mexico. -Two sf.ep-daughters, Mrs. Ester Ortege Kansas City, and Mrs. Mary Gerbes, Jefferson City ^ r . vi . ve as d o t s i x -grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.