Joel Faires funeral held Friday - 24 jan 1931, Muscatine News-Tribune
FAIRESFUNERAL IS HELD FRIDAY Services at Methodist Church With Burial in OaU Bulge Cemetery. West Liberty — Funeral services for Joel Faires, were held >'riday , at 2 p. m. at the Methodist Episcopal church. Mr. Faires, was one of the town's oldest residents, and died "Wednesday morning following a week's Illness at his home on Col- Timbus street. The Rev. W. A. Smith, pastor, Conducted the services. Mrs. W. A. Smith was at the organ and the male quartet, composed of N. E. Crces. Roy Tharp, A. H. Ditmars, and Harry Lewis sang two selections, "Old Rugged Cross," and "Going 1 Down the Valley." Pallbearers were George Hinkhouse, Frank Robinson, A. V. Aker, Amy Kiinberley. Charles DeForest and Walter Bailey. Relatives from out of 'town who attended the funeral were, Mr. and Mrs Deal and daughter, of DCS Moines; Glenn Stoner of Mt. Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kaires and Ronold Alexander of Cedar Rapids; Clark Faires of Rapids City. S. D.: Mr. and Mrs. Cheadle and grandson of Iowa ity: Mr. find Mrs. Marion Faires; Mr. Faires was one of the City: Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Faires; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rife and Mrs. Ollie Faires and father and Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Faires of Lone Tree. Burial was in Oak Ridge cemetery.