Monday June 12, 1939
S. F. CHOLAR, FORMER LISBON MAN, DROWNED
Special To The Review
LISBON, June 12,--S. F. Cholar, 49, former chiropractor here for many years, was drowned in Lake Milton at Youngstown Sunday when his boat overturned, throwing Cholar and three companions into the water.
Cholar, who moved to Youngstown about a month ago, was on a fishing trip. Donald Booth, 9, heard the men’s shouts and headed a motorboat toward the overturned craft. He rescued Cholar’s companions but was unable to save the former Lisbon man.
The body was recovered and moved to a Youngstown mortuary pending funeral services. Cholar had no relatives here.