The  Shelbyville  News
Monday, April 18, 1983
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MYRTLE  E. FOGLE
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Miss Myrtle E. Fogle 89, formerly of R.R.5 Shelbyville, died Saturday.
Moved back to Shelbyville in 1952 from Washington, D.C., clerk in the Veterans Administration from 1919 to 1952, member of the First Christian Church.
Born in Shelbyville on July 18, 1893, d/o  Elmer E. and Permelia (Braden) Fogle.
Survivors are three nephews,  Elmer Fogle,  Robert Sholton,  Ray Sholton.  A brother, Arnold Fogle, and a sister, Inez Smith, preceded in death.
Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Submitted by Barb Huff  for the Slades
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  News
Wednesday May 22, 1963
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ARNOLD  FOGLE, 65,  DIES  HERE
Funeral Friday For Artist, Manufacturer
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Arnold Braden Fogle, 65, 705 Miller Avenue, a local artist and owner of the Fogle Manufacturing Company, (metal stamping), died of uremic poisoning.
Holder of U.S. patents on the Hold Down Battery Clamp, 3d Dimensional Art painting technique.
Member of the Indiana Federation of Art Club, the Shelby County Art League; taught an art class in Versailles. Exhibited at Block's Art Salon; won awards in state and county competitions.
Born in Shelbyville March 22, 1893, s/o  Elmer E. and  Permelia Ann (Braden) Fogle.  Married  Stella Marie Neal  December 24, 1917; she survives.
Also surviving are a son  Elmer Fogle;  two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle E. Fogle  and  Mrs. Inez E. Smith, all of Shelbyville.
Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery.
Submitted by Barb Huff  for the Slades
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Tuesday, November 15, 1927
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RESIDENT  OF  CITY  DIED  LAST  NIGHT
Mrs. Permelia Fogle, 67 Succumbs Following Illness Of Five Years
FUNERAL  WILL  BE  THURSDAY
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          Mrs. Permelia Fogle, widow of the late  Elmer Fogle, died at her home, 35 Mildred Street, this morning at nine-fifty-five following a five years illness due to carcinoma of the face.  Mrs. Fogle had suffered during the five years she was ill with the malady.
          A daughter of  James L. and  Sarah Jane Braden, the deceased was born in Decatur county, May 25, 1860.  She resided in Decatur county until forty years ago when she moved to Shelbyville where she has made her home since.  She has been a member of the First Christian Church of this city for many years.
          Mrs. Fogle is survived by three children, Arnold Fogle  and  Mrs. Ivey Scholten both of this city and  Miss Myrtle Fogle  of Washington D.C.  Seven brothers and sisters also survive.  They are:  Mrs. Jacob Lemasters  of Shelbyville;  Mrs. Vada Givens,  Clement Braden  and  John Braden, of Anderson;  Mrs. Ida Pruitt  of California; and  William Braden  of Freeman, Missouri.  Three grandchildren survive.  Her husband preceded her on July 23, 1917.
          Funeral services will be held at the home Thursday afternoon at two o'clock, with Rev. J.  T. Wilson officiating.  Interment will be in Forest Hill, in charge of C.F. Fix and Son.
Submitted by Barb Huff  for the Slades


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday, July 23, 1917
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ELMER  FOGLE  DEAD
Died Monday Afternoon At 1:00 O'Clock After Long Illness
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          Elmer Fogle, 47 years old, died this afternoon at his home, 35 Mildred Street, after having been confined to his bed for the past 16 weeks suffering from spinal trouble.  For the past few days he had been in a very critical condition and his death was expected.
          There survives the wife, Mrs. Permelia Fogle, one son, Arnold Fogle, two daughters, Myrtle  and  Inez, all at home, and one brother, Harry Fogle, of Brookfield, Indiana.
          The funeral will be held at the home in Howard Street, the Rev. W. E. Carroll, of the First Christian Church, of which he was a member, officiating.  Burial will be made in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Submitted by Barb Huff  for the Slades

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