Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

John McQuat Spangler



1924 - Jan 16 - George Spangler has bought the grocery store near the depot which has been managed by A. L. Biddinger

1926 - Sep 15 - George Spangler has sold his interest in the Blue Front refreshment parlor, but retains his interest in the dance hall, which has won a deserved popularity.

1931 - Dec 16 - Open Grocery Store - A grocery store has been opened by George Spangler and Fred Thompson in the Blue Front Store. They have been busy for the past week remodeling and stocking the shelves.

1935 - Oct 30 - George Spangler and son, Bryon, have leased the and too over the operation of the business Monday.






George McQuat Spangler, age, 72, died at his home on Lake Shore Drive, last wednesday afternoon.

He had been in poor health for about two years and on Satruday he suffered a stroke of apoplexy.

He was born in Macinkuckee, and spent his entire life in Union township

1920 he moved from his farm to Culver where he operated a taxi business for a number of years> Later he owned a automobile service station, which he operated till laast February, when he retired from business.

He was a member of the Maxinkuckee Methodist church and a charter member of the Maxinkuckee Odd Fellows Lodge

Surviving are the widow Maggie, one son, Bryon B. Spangler of Indianapolis; two sisters Mrs. Laura E. Babcock of Rochester and Mrs. Nettie Blair

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the residence with Rev. Hillary Howel of the Maxinkuckee church in charge, assisted by Rev. Ralph M. Jones of the Culver Methodist Chuch.

Burial was in the Poplar Grove cemetery. - Oct. 1944 - Citizen

The Spangler-Blair-Babcock Family






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