C A Noland M D
Posted By: County Coordinator (email)
Date: 5/17/2010 at 13:07:48
Dr C A Noland, an able and successful representative of the medical fraternity of Boone county, follows his profession in Ogden. He is numbered among the worthy native sons of this county, his birth having occurred on October 13, 1875. His parents, Nathaniel and Angeline (Peoples) Noland were natives of Pennsylvania. They came to Boone county, Iowa in an early day, the mother taking up her abode here in 1848. Nathaniel Noland devoted his attention to agricultural pursuits throughout his active business career with gratifying success. During the period of the Civil war he served for four yeas as a member of Company D, Thirty-second Iowa Volunteer Infantry, making a creditable record as a stanch and fearless defender of the Union. When he passed away in 1885, the community mourned the loss of one of its respected early settlers and representative citizens. Mrs Noland, who still survives her husband, is also well known and highly esteemed here, the period of her residence in Boone county now covering two-thirds of a century.
C A Noland was reared and educated in this county, completing his course in the Boone high school by graduation with the class of 195. Subsequently he was employed as a stenographer for some time and later went to Nevada, Story county, Iowa, where for two years he worked in a wholesale butter, egg, and poultry establishment. Having determined upon a professional career, he then entered the medical department of the state University of Iowa at Iowa City which institution conferred upon his the degree of M D in 1905. Locating for practice in Ogden, he here followed his profession successfully for two years and then devoted one year to a hospital course at St Anthony’s Hospital of Denver. Since returning to Ogden he has remained here continuously to the present time, enjoying a large and lucrative practice which is accorded him in recognition of his unquestioned skill and ability. He also conducts a hospital in the city and his labors in this connection have been attended with speeded results. With the onward march of the profession he keeps in close touch through is membership in the American Medical Association, the Iowa State Medical society and the Boone county Medical Society.
In November 1909, Dr Noland was untied in marriage to Miss Alvina Hagge, a daughter of Claus and Margaret (Hensen) Hagge. Her father was born in Germany and became a pioneer settler of this county, now residing in Ogden. Her mother is a native of Jackson county, Iowa. Our subject and his wife have three children: Fred A, Helen L, and Gordon N, who are four years, three years, and one month of age respectively.
In his political views Dr Noland is a stanch republican. The cause of education has ever found in him a stalwart champion and he is doing valuable service as a member of the school board. He is a Methodist in religious faith and a worthy exemplar of the Masonic fraternity. His professional duties have brought him into close relation with many households and in all he commands the high regard and love of those to whom he has ministered.
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