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NAME: Beals, Harrison E., Jr. (m. Maizie Jeanne Trail)

OBIT: Emporia Gazette, Emporia, KS. Friday, August 21, 1970

 Harry E. Beals Jr., 630 Arundel St., a Santa Fe conductor, died Thursday afternoon in the Santa Fe Hospital in Topeka. He had been a patient in the Newman Memorial County Hospital until that morning.
  Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Blair Colonial Mortuary, conducted by the Rev. Ira S. Wiley, pastor of the United Methodist Church of Moran. The casket will be open this evening at the mortuary, but not at the services. Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cem. Memorials to the cancer fund or Grace United Methodist Church are suggested.
 Harry E. Beals Jr., was born Dec. 6, 1915 in Emporia, the son of Harry E. & Nellie Wright Beals. He married Maizie Jeanne Trail Sep. 21, 1941. She survives. Also surviving are a son, Ray J. Beals, 893 W. 5th Ave.; a daughter, Mrs. Wm (Jeanne) Elliott, who has been living in Germany but who recently returned to Emporia; his mother, of 628 Arundel St.; three brothers, Justin J. Beals, Washington, DC; Austin, Oakland, CA; and Addison, McPherson; one sister, Nellie June Beals, Chanute; two grandchildren, Brian Ray Beals and Lori Frances Elliott.
 Mr. Beals was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, the United Transportation Union, Ball-McColm Post #5 of the American Legion, the 713th Railway Operation Bn veterans of WW II, and the Boy Scout Council.

OBIT: Emporia Gazette, Emporia, KS. Monday, August 24, 1970

 Funeral services for Harry E. Beals Jr., 930 Arundel St., who died Thurday in the Santa Fe Hospital in Topeka, were held Saturday morning in the Blair Colonial Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Ira S. Wiley, pastor of the United Methodist church of Moran. Curtis M. Rhoades sang accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Eddy. Pallbearers were Edwin Gile, Vernon Feltner, L.P. Sparks, C.A. Armstrong, Grant Hinshaw, Floyd Prior, W.T. Jaggard, and D.V. Johnson Jr. Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service pf Grace United Methodist Church and the Athemaeum Club attended in groups. Burial was in Memorial Lawn Cem.
 Relatives attending from out of town were Mr. &Mrs. M.A. Meng, Garden City; Messrs & Mesdames U.A. Stutes & Thomas Sorenson & Mrs. Larry Stutes, Wichita; Messrs & Mesdames D.W. James & John Mott, KCK; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Loewen, Ingalls; Mesdames Kenneth Welsch Jr. & Earl Andrews, Lewis; Mr. & Mrs. Addison Beals & Mrs. Garry Beals, McPherson; Mr. & Mrs. E.M. Trail, Independence, MO; & Miss Nellie June Beals, Chanute.

contributed by Teresa Davis