Anna Eveland obituary Logan Daily News Feb 25, 1949

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TWO-STORY, single or double, 8 rooms, full basement, bath, built-in cupboards, furnace and large lot. 265 W. 2nd ST. 4 ROOM HOUSE. 3«2 acres for sale. WRITE P. O. BOX 227, Logan, Ohio. FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE in Hay- ville. HENRY SKIVER, Haydenville. Haydenville. • 5 ROOM HOUSE, hardwood floors, forced air furnace. WRITE BOX 22, Logan Daily News. 6 ROOM BUNGALOW house. hardwood floors, furnace, plenty of wardrobes and cupboards. 2- car garage. Centrally located. Inquire Inquire c/o BOX 24, DAILY NEWS. Apartment for Rent 31 4 UNFURNISHED rooms and bath upstairs. On Gallagher Avenue. Phone 2232. FRED R. LIFF. Farms for Sale 34 A GOOD FARM for sale — 83 acres, barn, house and coal on the place. Out 312 from 75— about 6 miles, turn to right a mile. The house on right of road and barn on left of rood. See CLARENCE BOURNE, Logan Route 4. Rooms for Rent 35-A ROOM FOR RENT. 66 N. MULBERRY. MULBERRY. WANTED TO BUY Farm Stock Wanted 36 DEAD STOCK Cash paid on the spot. HORSES $6 ea. COWS $7.50 ea. HOGS $1.00 per cwt., all according according to size and condition. Call Collect to LANCASTER 4062 DARLING & COMPANY HORSE WEIGHING 1500 or 1600 lbs. Good worker and sound Please call or write E. B. WOLFE, New Plymouth Route 1. Miscellaneous38 GOOD CLEAN cotton rags—must be washed. Highest prices paid. LOGAN BUICK CO., 49 East Hunter, Logan, Ohio. obituaries of OBITUARY Anna Eliza Eveland, the daughter of John and Martha Smith, was born February 20, 1859, at Adelphi, Ohio, Ross County. While yet a small girl, her lumily moved to South Bloomingville, Ohio, where she spent the rest of her life. On September 17, 1878, she was united in marriage with Brazilian Brazilian Eveland of South Bloomingville. Bloomingville. To this couple, who decided decided to make their permanent home on the crest of the hill which cradles cradles the little village of South Bloomingville, eight children were born. It was at this sunny spot on the hill, that Anna and her husband lived a lifetime, attending attending the little church in the nearby village, living and learning learning the joys, sorrows, and experiences experiences of life. In 1910, a daughter, Nora, was called from the family fireside by death; again in 1913, a son. Hansie, Hansie, was called from the family circle. The sorrow from these losses was still fresh in Mother Eveland’s heart when death again stalked into the home in 1916 and carried away her mate and husband. husband. To this family home which had always been a welcome, happy spot for young and old to gather; where the latch string was always always out lor all who wished to stay; and where the writer’s own departed mother spent many a happy day, Mother Eveland decided decided to remain as long as the Shepherd of life and death should permit. For nearly thirty years Mother Mother Eveland continued to live an active, healthy life in the home of her making—amid both the sad and joyous memories of 38 years of married life. It gave Mother Eveland great enjoyment and comfort to be able to continue year after year, holding holding the remnants of the old home place together by her presence; by being able to offer solace and comfort to her many children and grandchildren as they met the hardships of life; and, as the years rolled on, to be able to see the many homes being made and the positions of the community being filled by the sons, daughters, daughters, and grandchildren of her household. One other close sorrow came to Mother Eveland in 1945, when her stepdaughter, Rosie Rill, passed away. During the past few years, the deceased had spent part of her time with her youngest son, Chester, at his home near South Bloomingville, but when her first serious illness attacked her. Mother Eveland expressed the desire which hud long been in her heart, “To be taken back to her home on the hill—that she might breathe her last in the sunshine sunshine or rain of her home for nearly a century.” On Sunday, February 13, 1949, at the age of 89 years, 11 months, and 24 days. Mother Eveland quietly ended her long life of useful living by sighing softly to sleep. She leaves behind her four sons; U. L. Johnson of Newark; Otis, John, and Chester of South Bloomingville; three daughters: Clara Huffman of South Bloomingville; Bloomingville; Grace Jewel of Lancaster Lancaster and Linnie Clark of Cambridge; Cambridge; one half-brother, Clarence Clarence Smith of West Virginia; one brother. Gilbert Smith, South Bloomingville; 38 grandchildren, 68 great-grandchildren, and 20 great-great-grandchildren, and the friends from far and near who have learned to know her during a span of 90 years. To you. Mother Eveland. we shall be eternally grateful for all you have given us; never shall we, your loved ones, forget the lile you gave us, nor the pleasures pleasures and joys of our youth; always always shall we iccall the solace and com tort you gave in our darkest hours of living, and finally, finally, we shall remember your last lesson to us in death. I lay me down in death to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep; And though I need must die to wake, 1 know that God my soul will take. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend to all of you who have so nobly come to our aid in these sorrowful hours of the passing ot our mother, our most sincere thanks and appreciation. appreciation. The Family I.P.Ltl. \OTICK. Notice is hereby given that The Church of the Nax trene of Logan, Ohio, has filed in the Common Pleas Court of Hock ing County. Ohio its application for authority to incum­ ber the real estate owned by it In Lots 124 and 129 of the City of Logan, Logan, Ohio. b> a mortgage to the Logan Federal Savings and Loan Association, of l.ogan. Ohio, lit the principal sum of fH.OOQ.OO, for the purpose of providing funds for the completion of a basement for an addition to the Church building on said real estate. Said application will be for hearing hearing on the 28th day of March, l§49, at 10:00 o’clock A. M.. or as soon as thereafter as the same can be reached. C. WOOD HOWKN. Attorney for the A pplicaut. 2 * 2 • 11 Soybean MEAL $3.85 KEYNES BROS

Clipped from The Logan Daily News25 Feb 1949, FriPage 7

The Logan Daily News (Logan, Ohio)25 Feb 1949, FriPage 7
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