Death Claims James Moody --- Steuben, Lagrange Counties Representative
Succumbs after Brief Illness.  Angola, Ind., Jan 6, -- James A. Moody, aged
69, Joint State Representative for Steuben and Lagrange counties, died of
penumonia Tuesday night at 10 o'clock in the Cameron Hospital.  Moody has
been suffering from a serve cold during the past two weeks but had been
taking care of his work until last Saturday, when pneumonia developed and he
was taken to the hospital.  Since then his condidtion gradually worse.  After
receiving a teacher's training course in Tri-State Colllege here, Mr. Moody
taught school for several years.  He was principal of the schools at Ashley
was a while and later taught school in the southern states.   Once a Farmer   
---  He returned to Steuben County and began farming northeast of Angola.  In
1934 he received the nomination on the Republican ticket for the office of
Joint State Representative of Steuben and Lagrange counties and was elected
that Fall.  This Fall he was re-elected.  Besides his farming interests, Mr.
Moody was secretary-treasurer and manager of the First Federal Savings & Loan
Association of Angola.  Survivors are the widow; a son Preston; a daughter,
Mrs. Bernice Horral, of West Lafayette, and two sisters, Mr. Bert Coleman and
Mrs. Delinda McCrory, of Angola.

Steuben Republican
January 6, 1937

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