Randolph  County,  Indiana

A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
November 15, 1951
Services Saturday For Harvey Crouse,
Former Losantville Postmaster
          Funeral services for Harvey W. Crouse, 80-year-old former Losantville postmaster and retired farmer, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Losantville Methodist church. Burial will be in Little Creek cemetery.
          Mr. Crouse died at Muncie Tuesday night after a three-month illness. He moved there ten years ago, where he resided with his daughter, Mrs. Lulu B. Howell.
          Survivors include the daughter; five sons, Charles of Inglewood, Calif., James of Macon, Ga., William and Clarence of Muncie, and John of Washington, D.C., and seven grandchildren.
          Friends may call at the home of the daughter, 1109 Kirby avenue, Muncie after 7 p.m. Thursday.
Contributed by Gina Richardson

A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
November 14, 1951
Former Resident Of Losantville
Dies at Muncie
          Harvey W. Crouse, 80, former postmaster at Losantville, passed away at 9:05 o’clock Tuesday night after a three-month illness at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lulu B. Howell, 1109 Kirby avenue, in Muncie.
          Mr. Crouse went to Muncie ten years ago from Losantville where he was born, the son of Charles and Phoebe Jane Sisk Crouse. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Baptist church.
          Surviving in addition to the daughter are five sons, Charles H. of Inglewood, Cal., James E. of Macon, Ga., William L. and Clarence H., both of Muncie, and John C. of Washington, D.C. and seven grandchildren.
          The body was removed to the Meeks mortuary in Muncie where funeral arrangements are being completed.
Contributed by Gina Richardson

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