Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon
Charles Crawford Womack, 76, died about 8 a. m . Saturday about four miles southwest of Lostine while deer hunting, apparently from a heart attack. He had had a heart ailment for several years.
Womack had gone out deer hunting and had shot a doe about a hundred yards from his car. He had not dressed out the animal and had fallen about five feet from the deer where he was found by Elzie Makin and his son.
Womack was the son of pioneer parents, William and Mellie Catherine Womack, and was born at Lostine on April 26, 1890.
He is survived by one brother, Fred L. Womack, and one sister, Mrs. Sadie Hall, both of Lostine.
Memorial services were held, Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Lostine Presbyterian Church, conducted by the Bollman Funeral Home and the pastor, Rev. Earl Eyre officiating. Mrs. Luella Miller was organist, and Melvin and Warner Crow sang “Theres A Wideness In God’s Mercy” and “Home On The Range”.
Casket bearers were: Robert Hulse, Cecil McCubbin, W.E. McCubbin, James A. Funk, Truman Poulson and Wayne Crow, and burial was in the Lostine Cemetery.