Frank Eveler. Peter's brother. October 2, 1939. Son of Joseph and Mary Anna Lauf Eveler
EYELEBDIESOF ILLNESS bed m was as XI In Charge of Bar at Madison Madison House Under Ben Vieth Thirty Years HAD WIDE ACQUAINTANCE Knew Most of the Big Politicians; Politicians; In Business for Twelve Years at a a l o t in congress ever faith Frank A. Eveler. solicitor and collector for the J. D. Reed Coal Company and a former Jefferson City businessman, died at St. Mary's hospital this morning at 2:20 a. m. after a long illness. He was 73.years old. Mr. Eveler had not been in robust health for several months but continued with his duties the Reed company until he became, became, bedfast. A native of Cole County Mr. Eveler became one of its best known residents. He was born Ta/Ds May 14, 1866 and came to Jefferson City when a boy. He was in charge of the old Madison House bar under Ben G. Vieth over thirty years' and had a acquaintance among many of the state's prominent politicians. Owned-Monarch Bar Sometime after Mr. Vieth disposed disposed of the Madison Mr. Eveler in company with Ed Â·Â·Parker' OJH ened thes Monarch bar in the building adjoining the city hall. They conducted the place for twelve years prior to the advent of prohibition. It was regai'ded one of the best conducted bars in Central Missouri. He was with the Reed Coal Company 16 Mr. Eveler was prominent in St. Peter's parish for many years. He was a member, of the Sodality, the Benevolent Society and the Ushers Guild. Surviving him are his wife, are Mrs. Clara Haar Eveler to he* was married in 1899, one daughter, Adelaide, a brother, Peter Eveler and a sister, Mrs. Tony Kolb.