. -*Â· 2-PIQUA DAILY CAtt- Deaths, Funerals William Lloyd Moyer, Union Representative, Dies William Lloyd Moyer, 64, of 1509 Grant, representative of the UAW-CIO here, died at 5:30 Tuesday in Piqua Memorial Hospital. He was about two years and hospitalized two weeks. Bom In Piqua, Nov. 18, 1903 he was a son of Charles Wil liam and Ida M. Van Dine Moyer and a lifetime rcsiden of Piqua. His marriage to the former Sarah Richard t o o k place in September of 1925. Hi was a member of the Churcl of the Brethren here. Surviving is his wife, Sarah a daughter, Mrs. J.W. Wilson (Belly) of Chicago; two s o n s Charles W. of El Cajon, Calif, and William L. Moyer Jr., o Piqua; six grandchildren; two brothers, Sam and Clarence and a sister, Mrs. Henry Col )ins (Maude) ail of Piqua. The Rev. Paul B. Haworlh will conduct services at 1 p.m. Friday in the Cron Funeral Home here. Burial will be in Miami Memorial Park at Cov. ington. Friends may call at the funeral home 3 to S and 1 to p.m., Thursday. bour; a son, Charles R, of Bliss, Texas; three brothers,'' Don of Urbana, Verne of and Jerry Sheppard of Kan., and six grandchildren. Mrs, Helen Daltort Services Friday ST. PARIS - Mrs. Helen Elizabeth Dallon, 55, of 8730 Urbana Street, Millerstown, at 12:30 p,m. Tuesday in University Hospital, Columbus. had been ill two months hospitalized four days. i She was born in Urbana.' March 10, 1913, the daughter Roy E. and Thessel Geuy pard. She was married to les W. Dallon, Aug. 28, Other survivors are a ler, Mrs. Vic (Rowena) who survives. Mrs. Dalton an employe of Ihe Howard Pa! per Co., Urbana, unlil she became ill.