|Birth: ||Aug. 30, 1914|
|Death: ||Jun. 30, 1934|
Monday, July 2, 1934 St. Joseph Paper
AGENCY YOUTH KILLED
Howard Arnold in Fatal Accident at Sixth and Mary Street
Riding at a fast rate of speed in a small roadster caused the death of Howard Arnold, twenty years old, Agency Mo., late Saturday night when the machine struck another car and turned over at Sixth and Mary streets. William J. Smedley, twenty-nine years old, also of Agency, driver of the car, suffered only slight cuts and bruises in the accident.
Arnold was thrown from the car and was unconscious when taken to the Missouri Methodist Hospital in a police ambulance, where he died a short time later. The other car in the accident was a sedan driven by R. J. Beeghly, forty-two years old, 728 South Fourteenth street. Beeghly told police officers that both cars were traveling south on Sixth street, and that his car was struck just as he was attempting to make a turn into Mary street.
Arnold is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Arnold, and three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Warner and Miss Dorothy Lou Arnold, all of Agency, and Mrs. Jessie Paradise, Kansas City. He graduated from the Agency High School in 1932.
Dr. Forrest Thomas, coroner, who viewed the body, said that he was making an investigation in the death but that no inquest would be held. The funeral was conducted this afternoon at the Agency Baptist Church, the Rev. F. L. Young, pastor of the church officiating.
Marion Thomas Arnold (1869 - 1945)
Lula May Wilson Arnold (1885 - 1960)
Howard Arnold (1914 - 1934)
Dorothy Lou Arnold Honeycutt (1922 - 1987)*
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Originally Created by: Kelly
Record added: Dec 18, 2009
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