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m "'"'' ""'L"" Mrs. 'Mollie B. Diehl Dies; Funeral Monday Funral services for Mrs" Mollle Back Diehl, who died Saturday Monrlng at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, 2216 Twenty ninth avenue, south, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon from the residence. The Rev. J. W. Gernert, pastor of the First Lutheran Church, will officiate.' Burial will take place in Mount Olivet cemetery. Mrs. 'Diehl was the widow of Adam Diehl, who died about two years ago. He was a prominent business man, having been identified with several important concerns, while his connections In fraternal circles made him widely known. Surviving her are four sons, Walter, Frank, Jack and Eddie Diehl. nil of Nashville: two daughters. Miss Margaret Diehl and Mrs. Smith; three Histers, Mrs. Km ma Krapp. Mrs. Kate Dalker and Mrs. Lou Marks, all of Chicago, and one brother, George Back, Clncln natl.