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Iva Belle Dykes Dixon
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday in the John N. Lisle Chapel for Iva Belle Dykes Dixon, 69, 2434 W. Dayton Ave, who died Saturday, May 31, 1970.

Interment will be Fresno Memorial Gardens.

Mrs. Dixon was born in Oklahoma June 17, 1910 and was a homemaker.

She was the daughter of Jasper Newton and Almedia Bozan Thomas.

She was married to Leonard Hall at Cheyenne, Oklahoma and later married Delbert Mell Dixon.

She is survived by her husband Delbert of Fresno; two daughters, Mrs. Sandra Rutherford of Cloverdale; and Mrs. Carol Beebe of Fresno; a son, David R. Dixon of San Bernardino; three sisters, Mrs. Rannie Walker, Mrs. Laura Bradford and Mrs. Odessa Been of Oklahoma; two brothers, Welsley and L.C. Dykes of Oklahoma; and seven grandchildren.

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