Carl B McQuown obituary
CARL B. M'OUOWN, 67 DIES OF PNEUMONIA Weil-Known Printer Succumbs in Oil City Hospital. Carl (Wirt) McQuown, 67, of 106 West Sixth Street, well-known Oil City resident and employe of the Derrick Publishing Company for the past quarter of a century, died at the Oil City Hospital at 10:32 a. m. today following a week's illness of nneumonin. He had been a patient at the hospital since inaay, Jan. 21. The son of James and Amanda Black McQuown, the deceased was born at Punxsutawney on Jan. 9, 1871. or rue .past zo years Mr. MeCJuowu had been employed as 'Drinfer-foremnn of the composing room of the Oil City Derfrlck and was well known through out this section. He was a member of the local Typographical Union. Mr. McQuown was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. He Is survived by his widow, his mother, Mrs. Amanda McQuown, West Elizabeth, Pa. : the fbllowin ehilrtrpn f Mrs. J. F. Woolshlager and Mrs. James aioseue, casteriand,, n. Y., and James McQuown, Oil City. Also anrrlrln!? are seven grandchildren and the follow ing Mothers and sisters: Archie McQuown, Mrs. Melvin O'Dell and Mrs. William Sickles, West Elizabeth ; Mrs. Fred Zimmer, Akron, O.; Merle McQuown, Pittsburgh, and James Mc-Quown, Ford City.