Opal Oliva Ault
- Born: 13 Jan 1919, Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas
- Marriage: Charles Merton Hall on 20 Sep 1941 in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas
- Died: 3 Mar 1999, Sterling, Rice County, Kansas at age 80
- Buried: 8 Mar 1999, Sterling Community Cemetery, Sterling, Rice County, Kansas
Noted events in her life were:
• Census, 1920, Nebraska, Chase County, Lamar Precinct, Cheyenne Street, Roll 983 Book 2, Page 44a. Age 1 yr.
• Census, 1925, Kansas State Census Collection, Jewell County, Ionia Township, Image 11 of 44. Age 7 yrs.
• Census, 1930, Kansas, Jewell County, Ionia Township, Roll 706, Book 1, Page 100a. Age 11 yrs.
• Census, 1940, Kansas, Rice County, Sterling Town, Image 20 of 60. Age 21 yrs., single, lodger, receptionist, doctor office. Enumarated in same household as future husband and mother-in-law.
• Social Security Death Index, 3 Mar 1999, Sterling, Rice County, Kansas.
Name: Opal O. Hall
Last Residence: 67579 Sterling, Rice, Kansas, United States of America
Born: 13 Jan 1919
Died: 3 Mar 1999
State (Year) SSN issued: Kansas (Before 1951)
• Obituary, 3 Mar 1999, Sterling, Rice County, Kansas. Opal O. Hall, 80, died March 3, 1999, at Lyons District Hospital.
She was born January 13, 1919, at Bentonville, Arkansas, the daughter of Clair and Nellie Fuqua Ault. A sterling resident since 1937, she was a retired receptionist for Dr. P.E. Beauchamp.
She was a member of United Presbyterian Church, American Legion Auxiliary, and Silver Threads, all at Sterling. She had also been a Boy Scout and Cub Scout leader.
On September 20, 1940, she married Charles M. Hall at Sterling. He died December 31, 1988.
Survivors indlude: two sons, Dr. Charles W., Lake City, Fla., and Robert W., Belleville, Ill.; two daughters, Rosemarie Ann Lane, Jonesboro, Ga., and Trudy A. Lawson, Las Vegas; a bother, Raymond, Topeka; three sisters, Ruby Sutton, Ionia, Pearl Diers, Concordia, and Sylvia Noller, Grand Junction, Colo.; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at United Presbyterian Church, Sterling, whith the Rev. Glen Holman presiding. Friends may call from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Sillin Funeral Home, Sterling. Burial Will be in Sterling Community Cemetery.
Memorials may be sent to the chruch in care of the funeral home.
Opal married Charles Merton Hall, son of William Merton Hall and Bertha Moore, on 20 Sep 1941 in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas. (Charles Merton Hall was born on 29 Apr 1915 in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas, died on 31 Dec 1988 in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas and was buried on 4 Jan 1989 in Sterling Community Cemetery, Sterling, Rice County, Kansas.)