Jennie Stockman Eveler Obit
it of and yesterday. 12 wife of (he night chief of police. Mrs. Evelcr was 79 years old. She had been in failing health for some time, but her condition was not regarded as serious until yesterday. Born in the Wardsville community, community, she spent her entire life in the county and was widely here. She was Hie daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stockman, Stockman, pioneer residents of this section. section. Her _ . _ . _ i . . . died 23 years ago on the farm husband, Joseph Eveler, i. JENNIE EVELER DIES HTJfiE OF 79 Passed Away at the Home of Daughter Mrs. Jennie B. Evelcr, a lifelong lifelong resident of Cole county, died last midnight at the home of ln ? daughter, Mrs. Ben Markwny, n T i r i f r rF M-irÂ» i-.'nUt Â«l,:Â«n Â«r near Wardsvillc where the couple A had'lived since their marriage. FolSowing his death, Mrs. Eveler: moved to Jefferson City and lived with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Swctman of (520 East McCarly street, until she moved to the Markway home a few months A life-long member of tho Catholic church, she was an worker in the Immaculate Conception Conception parish before illness forced her retirement. She was member of Die Married Ladies Soda lily of the Parish. She is survived by the following following children: Charles Evelcr, B. J. Fcind, Mrs. Markway, Swctman, all oE Jefferson City, and Mrs. Annie Brucmmer of Wardsvillc.