Grandpa Daniel Carhart's brother.
shu Sept. 2. Frank Carhart Dies at Yonkers Frank Carhart, a former glassblower glassblower at the Alton plant of Owens-Illinois Glass Co., died Thursday night in a hospital at Yonkers, N. Y., a sister, Miss Elizabeth Elizabeth Jane Carhart, of 440 East Sixth, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. D. L. Carhart, 921 Washington, have been informed- The message containing word of his death came to his sister-in-law, because his sister Is a patient in St. Anthony's Infirmary for treatment treatment of a back injury incurred three weeks ago in a fall. Carhart was born in Alton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Carhart. He attended the Alton schools and learned the glass blowing trade here. He worked in Alton at his trade until hand blowers were replaced by machines at Owens-Illinois Glass Co. He had resided in the east for the past 25 years. He had been in failing health for several months and had been seriously ill for the past two months. A sister, Mrs. William S. McHenry of Elizabeth, N. J., has been attending him at the New York hospital. His only immediate survivors are his two sisters. Another sister, — Mrs. Mable Norman of Alton, died ] a st fall.