|Birth||30 OCT 18771|
|Death||31 JAN 19381|
COLE MUSICK DIES IN COUNCIL BLUFF
Heart Attack Is Fatal to Former Anita Business Man;
Funeral Services Will Be Held Thursday at Anita Methodist Church.
Cole Musick, a former well known Anita business man, died from a heart attack at 5:40 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Weber, in Council Bluffs. He had complained for the past two weeks about pains near the heart, but apparently was in good health and was able to be up and around.
Nolan (Cole) Musick, Sr., a son of the late Andrew Jackson Musick and Mary Musick, was born Oct 30, 1877, in the state of Kentucky. When a small child the family moved to Freeman, Mo., where he grew to young manhood and where he lived until 1905 when he moved to Magnolia, Iowa. At Magnolia on July 12, 1905, he was united in marriage to Miss Stella O'Hara.
Two children, Nolan Musick and Mrs. Norma Weber, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Musick. The children along with the wife and mother are left to mourn his passing.
In May, 1919, the Musick family moved to Anita to make their home, and for a number of years he was employed by Swift & Co. of Atlantic as their Anita representative. Last spring Mr. and Mrs. Musick went to Council Bluffs to make their home with their daughter.
He was a member of Anita lodge, No. 262, 1. O. O.F., and until he moved to Council Bluffs was a member of Logan Lodge, No., 190, Knights of Pythias.
Cole Musick made many friends during his residence in Anita. He was friendly to everyone, and always had a pleasant smile and a kind word of greeting.
Besides, the wife and two children, he is survived by a granddaughter, Marti Jo Weber; a sister, Mrs. Raynard Ziegler of West Line, Mo; and two brothers, Cummings Musick of Freeman, Mo., and Tony Musick of Gregory, So. Dak.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 o'clock,Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church in Anita, with the Rev. D. B. S. Prather officiating. Interment will be made in Evergreen cemetery-Anita Tribune Feb 3, 1938
|Birth||27 SEP 18781|
|Death||11 FEB 19531|
Mrs. Stella O'Hara Musick died Wednesday morning, Feb. 11, at about 4 o'clock at the Doctor's Hospital in Omaha. Death was due to a heart ailment. She had been confined to her bed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rex Weber in Council Bluffs, for about three weeks, but had been taken to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon for treatment.
The former Miss Stella O'Hara, she was-one of the twin daughters of the late, James-and Anna Miles O'Hara, and was born near Monrovia, Morgan County, Indiana, Sept. 27, 1878. She came with her parents from Indiana to Missouri, and from there to Harrison County, Iowa, locating near Magnolia. She grew to young womanhood in the Magnolia community, and on July 12, 1905 she was united in marriage to Cole Musick, who preceded her in death in 1938.
In 1919 the Musick family moved to Anita, where they continued to live until 1937, when they moved to Council Bluffs to make their home.
While living in Anita , Mrs. Musick became a member of the Methodist church and its organizations. She was a member of the Pythian Sisters lodge, and was a member of Anita Rebekah lodge while-it was active, as well as several social clubs.
Surviving are two children, Mrs. Rex Weber and Nolan Musick, and one granddaughter, Marti Jo Weber, all of Council Bluffs; one sister, Mrs. Karl Goetsche of Omaha, and several nieces and nephews.
Her twin sister, Mrs. Delia Griggs of Los Angeles, died Nov. 14, 1951-Anita Tribune Feb 19, 1953