Bloomington (IN) Herald Telephone
February 6, 1937
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Hemorrhage is Fatal to Mrs. Nannie Shively

Mrs. Nannie Mae Shively, 46 years of age, 710 West 8th Street, died at the Bloomington Hospital at 7:45 PM Friday, a few hours after she had been admitted. Death resulted from an internal hemorrhage.

Mrs. Shively underwent an operation last September and had failed to recover from its effects. She was taken several days ago to the home of her sister, Mrs. John Rush in Bedford, but was brought to her home here in an ambulance last Saturday. Yesterday afternoon her condition suddenly became alarming and she was rushed to the hospital at 4:30 PM.

Mrs. Shively was a native of Brown County and was the daughter of Isaac and Louisa Jane (Elkins) Chandler. The mother is dead. The surviving relatives of Mrs. Shively are the one son, Frank Shively of this city; the father, Isaac Chandler; three sisters, Mrs. John Bush [sic] of Bedford, Mrs. Earl Woods of Indianapolis and Miss Della Chandler of Scottsburg, and two brothers, Howard Chandler of Elkinsville and Leonard Chandler of Indianapolis.

The body lies in state at the Day Funeral Home and Funeral services will be held there at 10 AM Monday. The services will be in charge of the Rev. R. O. Pearson. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery and pallbearers will be Thomas Farr, Fred Hays, Lane Young, Raymond Sare, Frank Tyrrell and Gamel Peterson.

Typed and donated by Randi Richardson.