Clipped From Mt. Vernon Register-News
a Russsll Dalby Ex-Deputy Sheriff Dies Atlna Home Russell R. Dalby, 64, a former deputy sheriff and one of Jef- fersbn oouhty's best luiown men, died Monday at his home in Ina. Mr. Dalby, a retked fanner, appai-ently suffered a heart at- RUSSELL DALBY tack. He had been in failing health for srane time but his death, was sudden and unexpected. unexpected. Mir. Dalby was a well known law.' enforcement officer, serving serving as a deputy sheriff under former Sheriffs Arthur Owens and Chris Johnson. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the Elk Prairie church at Nason. The Rev. J. G. Parsons will officiate and burial will be in Qethel Memorial cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Ina Funeral Home, where friends may call at any time. Mr. Dalby was born August 19, 1900 in JeffersOTi county, the son of Richard T. and Malissa (Harmon) Dalby. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Malissa Dalby of Ina; three brothers, Sam and Charles Dalby of Whittington and Rich- ax'd Dalby of Ina; and three sisters, Mrs. Clara Sweetm of Ina, Miss Jo Dalby of Benton and Mrs. Elsie McCullough of Olivette, Mo.