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Beverly Elaine Cayler 1928-1931

CAYLER, CAYLOR, DIXON, DUNN, RILEY, LESHER

Posted By: Merllene Andre Bendixen (email)
Date: 4/8/2014 at 22:50:22

Funeral Beverly Cayler Held Fri. At Dolliver Home
Dolliver, Oct. 5 – This community was saddened last Tuesday evening by news of the death of little Beverly Elaine Cayler, small daughter of Emmet and Alice [Dixon] Cayler of Norris, So. Dak. She passed away at a hospital at Valentine, Nebr., having been ill only a few days with infantile paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Cayler arrived in Dolliver with the baby Thursday evening and short funeral services were held at the Cayler home Friday afternoon with Rev. Carver in charge. The remains were laid to rest in the Dolliver cemetery. Beverly was an adorable little girl who won the hearts of all who knew her. She would have been three years old this month. She leaves besides her parents, a little brother, Robert Elton, one year old. Many friends extend sympathy. Relatives from out of town attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kilgore of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Riley and John Dixon of Webster City, Dean and Dorothy Dixon of Minneapolis, Mrs. Dunn and daughter Donna of Minneapolis, Miss Lomena Koenecke of Thompsen and Sammy Cayler of Algona. (Vindicator and Republican, Estherville, IA, October 7, 1931)

Mrs. Clifford Dunn and daughter, Donna, aunt and cousin of Mrs. Dixon, sister and brother of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Cayler, Dorothea and Dean Caylor, all of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Riley and John Dixon, Mother and step-father and brother of Webster City, attended the funeral of little Beverly Cayler here last Thursday. An aunt, Mrs. Mary Lesher, and two friends, Mrs. Jim Burgen and Mrs. Winters, also of Webster City, attended the funeral.

This community was grieved last week when word was received here that little Beverly Elaine Caylor, little three year old daughter of Mr. and Mr. Emmet Caylor, of South Dakota, had died in a hospital there of that dread disease infantile paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Caylor came with the little body on Wednesday of last week and the funeral service were held Friday at the home of Mr. Caylor’s mother, Mrs. Ruth Caylor and the little body laid to rest in the Dolliver cemetery. Little Beverly was an extremely bright child and was very attractive and loved by all who knew her. This community extends sympathy to the sorrowing parents. (Estherville Enterprise, Estherville, IA, October 7, 1931)


 

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