NAME: Doolittle, Clinton Ambrose (m. 1w Anna Dolene Beauchamp, 2w Elsie May Mitchell)
OBIT: Daily Freeman Journal, Monday 27 Dec 1948 - Dec. 11
Mishap Proves Fatal to C.A. Doolittle
Funeral Services to Be Held at Foster's At 2 P.M. Tuesday
Funeral rites will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Foster's funeral home for Clinton A. Doolittle, 46, who was injured Dec. 11 in a mishap at the Agricultural Products Corp. plant at Highview.
Mr. Doolittle suffered internal injuries when a loader he was operating upset and crushed him. He was under treatment at Hamilton county hospital where he died at 6:45 Christmas morning.
Rev. Dewey Kooy will officiate at the services with burial being made in Gracleand cemetery.
Born Near City--
Clinton Ambrose Doolittle, son of Albert L. and Nettie E. Doolittle was born Nov. 20, 1902, on a farm in Cass township north of Webster City. He attended the Webster City schools and had lived in this community most of his life.
He was married in 1932 to Dolene Beauchamp of Lone Tree, Ia., and to this union four children were born, all of whom are living: Albert, Betty, Audrey and Rosalie.
On June 5, 1948, he was united in marriage to Mrs. Elsie Mae Brock and since their marriage they had made their home at 500 East Second street. Besides his wife and children he is survived by a stepson, Robert Conner of Webster City; his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Studley, of Webster City; one sister, Alberta Hanson, of Webster City, and two half-brothers, George Studley of Webster City and Rev. Ralph E. Shafer of Marshalltown. He also leaves two aunts, Mrs. Mary Thompson of Webster City and Mrs. Ernest Doolittle of Davis City, Iowa, and one uncle, Earl Doolittle of this city.
He was preceded in death by his father, who died in 1907, and a half-brother, Harry Shafer.