DINN, Beulah C. (Clark)

Date of birth: 14 Oct 1911 Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 9 Aug 1987 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

Source: Indianapolis News, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, August 10, 1987

Beulah Dinn
      Services for Beulah Clark Dinn, 
75, Indianapolis, will be at 10 a.m. 
Tuesday in Vandivier-Tudor Funeral 
Home, Franklin.  Calling will be 
tonight.  Burial will be in Rest 
Haven Cemetery, Edinburgh.  Mrs. 
Dinn, who died Saturday in a 
nursing home, was a member of 
Irvington United Methodist Church 
and its Rebekah Circle, Home Eco-
nomics Club and Thimble, Needle 
and Thread Sewing Club.  She was 
a den mother for Cub Scout Troop 
No. 210. Mrs. Dinn was a graduate 
of the former Felt Tavent Compto-
meter School, Indianapolis.  She was 
the widow of Irvin Ellis Dinn.  Survivors 
son John M. Dinn; brothers Merrill, 
Maurice Clark; sister Marjorie Mahoney; 
four grandchildren. 

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, August 10, 1987

Methodist Church member
Beulah Dinn
Indianapolis
      Beulah Clark Dinn, 75, died 
Saturday morning at Americana 
Health Care Center on the south 
side of Indianapolis.
      She was born Oct. 14, 1911, 
in Bartholomew County to John 
Wilber and Cora (Coy) Clark. 
      She was a graduate of Nineveh 
High School and Old Felt & Tavent 
Comptometer School.
      She married Irvin Ellis Dinn 
Nov. 25, 1936.  Her preceded her 
in death Dec. 11, 1984.
      A homemaker, Mrs. Dinn lived in 
rural Boggstown 37 years before moving 
to Indianapolis.
      She was a member of Irvington 
United Methodist Church, where 
she belonged to Rebecca Circle and 
taught a class of 2-year-olds.  A 
former den mother of Scout Troop 
210, she also was a member of Clark 
Township Home Economics Club and 
T.N.T. Sewing Club.
      A service will be at 10 a.m. 
Tuesday at Vandivier-Tudor Funeral 
Home in Franklin, where friends may 
call today after 2 p.m.  Dr. Don 
Griffith will officiate at the service.  
Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery, 
Edinburgh.
      Surviving are one son, John 
Michael Dinn, Greenwood; two brothers, 
Merrill Clark; Nineveh, and Maurice 
Clark, Trafalgar; one sister, Marjorie 
Mahoney, Bargersville; three grand-
daughters and one step-grandson.

Source: Columbus Republic, Columbus, Bartholomew, Indiana, August 10, 1987

Former Boggstown resident
BEULAH C. DINN  INDIANAPOLIS
      FRANKLIN -- Beulah Clark Dinn, 75, 
of Indianapolis, died Saturday at American 
Nursing Home at Indianapolis.  She had 
been a patient there four months.
      Mrs. Dinn lived in Boggstown 37 
years, moving to Indianapolis one year 
ago.  She was a graduate of Nineveh High 
School and the former Felt and Tavent 
Comptometer School.  She was a member 
of Irvington United Methodist Church, 
where she had been a teacher in the 2-year 
nursery.  Former den mother of Cub Troop 
No. 210, Mrs. Dinn was a member of Rebecca 
Circle at her church, Clark Township 
Extension Homemakers Club and T.N.T. 
Sewing Club.
      Funeral services will be conducted 
by Dr. Don Griffith at 10 a.m. Tuesday at 
Vandivier-Tudor Funeral Home where 
calling hours were to begin at 2 p.m. 
today.  Burial will be at Rest Haven 
Cemetery in Edinburgh.
      Born Oct. 14, 1911, in Bartholomew 
County, Mrs. Dinn was the daughter of 
John Wilber and Cora Coy Clark.  She 
was the widow of Irvin Ellis Dinn, to 
whom she was married Nov. 25, 1936.  
He died Dec. 11, 1984.
      Survivors include a son, John Michael 
Dinn of Greenwood; two brothers, Merrill 
Clark of Nineveh and Maurice Clark of 
Trafalgar; a sister, Marjorie Mahoney of 
Bargersville; three granddaughters and 
a grandson.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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