Hookstown, July 15 --- Charles T. Andrews, 75, farmer, dropped dead of a heart attack Thursday at 5 p.m. at his home on Route 168, a mile and a half south of Laughlins Corners.
Mr. Andrews lived in the community for nine years, coming from the Carson Oil Field in Hancock County W. Va. He had been in failing health for several months.
He leaves his widow, Mrs. Nina Andrews; two daughters, Mrs. Mable Kennedy of Parma, Oh., and Miss Bertha Andrews of Chicago; four sons, Harold Andrews of Ambridge, Pa., and Wayne Andrews, William Andrews and John Andrews at home; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Burall of Cleveland, and a brother, Cell Andrews of near Georgetown, Pa.
Rites will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the late home by Rev. C. T. Weimer of the Chester Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Mill Creek Cemetery.
I found this obit in the papers of my late GAunt Mildred (Conn) Ramsey. I do not have more info, dates, or know which newspaper. Laughlins Corners is in Beaver Co. PA