Beulah Graves

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Beulah Graves04/04/1971
Name: Beulah May (Graves) Heaberlin
Birth: 13 Apr 1901
Death: 4 Apr 1971
Cemetery: Graceland Cemetery
Burial: Knoxville, Marion County, Iowa
Spouse: Ray Heaberlin

Funeral services for Mrs. Beulah Heaberlin, who died April 4 at Pleasant Care Nursing home in Pleasantville, were held April 6 from the First Christian Church with Rev. William Travis officiating. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery under the direction of Bybee & Davis Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were Fred Brent, Forrest Bishop, Clarence Gee, K. W. Hancock, Carroll Johnson and Raymond Mick. Mrs. Lois Anderson, organist accompanied by Myron Welch. Wyatt Welch, Raymond Glenn and Ralph Hedrick. Flowers were arranged by Mrs. Albert Verros and Mrs. Everett Welch.

Beulah Mae, daughter of A. D. and Lilly Fee Graves, was born April 13, 1901 in Marion County. Following her marriage to Ray Heaberlin on April 17, 1929, the couple settled at Hartford for two years, then moved to her parent's farm for a short time. They moved to their own farm and then to Knoxville in 1961.

She was active in community affairs, a member of the First Christian Church having served as clerk and was a past president of the Christian Women's Fellowship; Marion Rebekah Lodge; past president of Knoxville Women's Club; president of Daughters of Union Veterans;
Member of the W.C.T.U., and while living on the farm was active in Farm Bureau and 4-H. Her parents and one
brother preceded her in death.

Survivors include her husband, Ray; son, Raymond, Dale; and three grandchildren, Dianna, Michael and Richard.