Sarah Anna Dial Morse Emporia Gazette 14 Nov 1966
< < < Former Emporian Dead Mrs. L. F. Morse, formerly of 216 East Fifteenth Ave., died Friday afternoon in Portland, Ore., where she had lived since 1961. Funeral services wHl be at 2 p. m. Wednesday in Koberts- Blue-Barnett Chapel. They will be conducted by Dr. William A. Hubbard, pastor of the First Methodist Church. Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery. Mrs. Morse, who was born Oct. 9th, 1878, in Homewood, was former Sarah Anna Dial, daughter of Thomas R. and Mary Catherine Dial. She was married Aug. 7th, 1900, in Lyndon. Lyndon. Mrs. Morse was a member member of the Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, who died Oct. llth, 1947, and by one brother, Thomas Thomas Dial, and two sisters, May and Maude James. She is survived survived by six sons, Thomas H., of Ottawa; Leroy D. and Kenneth Kenneth G., of Topeka; Robert C., ol Moses Lake, Wash.; Lloyd F., of Fort Dodge, Iowa, and Ralph C., of Beatrice, Neb.; three daughters, Mrs. J. J. (Viola) Austin, Orange, Calif.; Mrs. C. E. (Dorothy) Smith, Salem, Salem, Ore., and Mrs. B. F. (Vivian) (Vivian) Schellhase, Portland, 21 grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren.