Olive Dial Emporia Gazette 01 Dec 1937
DEATHS AND FUNERALS FUNEEAL OP JW*S. DIAL. rwjeral »«rvic«» lor Mn. Ollvt Dial, U02 Lakaview, who died 8un- aay, wer* held Tu«»d»y aiternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the RoWu-Blu« Funeral chapel. R«v. Claude Q. Large, pastor ot'the Ptr«t OhrUtUn church, conducted the services. Mrs. W. Max Harris and Mrs. Stanley Madison sang, accompanied by Mtw Beuiah Weyler. P*llb**r*ns w«re Qeorge Anderson, Kenneth Morse, Robert Morse, Raymond Marshall, John Austin and LJoyd Morse, all nephews of Mr«. Dial. Burial was in Maple wood cemetery. Mrs. Dial is survived by her husband, T. H. Dial; nine children, Thomas M. Dial, ol Jasper, Minn.; John Dial, who lives In Oregon: Francia Dial, of EmporU; Mrs. Olive Clinton, of Chautauqua, Okla.; Misses Anna M*« Día!, Viola Marie Dial, Katherine Dial, Jennie Lee Dial, and Edith Dial, all of Emporia; four brother», Walter, John, Roy and Lester Irurrum, all of Troy; four sisters, Mrs. David Renfro, of Dentson; Mrs. Boae Messlgh, of Atohlson; Mrs. Myrtle English, of Cfflngham; and Mra. Ruth Mc- >cvitt, of Valley Falls. The parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Ingram, live to Denison. Out-of-town relatives and friends who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mra J. J. Austin, oí Admire; Vtrs. David Renfro, of Dentson; and Raymond Marshall, of Denison.