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C. H. Dwelle

DWELLE, WHITE

Posted By: Gordon Felland (email)
Date: 11/30/2018 at 18:01:37

C. H. Dwelle. Assistnt cashier of the Worth County State Bank, was born in Northwood on the 27th day of November, 1882. He is the youngest son of H. V. Dwelle, one of the pioneers of Worth county and Northwood. In his youth, the subject of this sketch attended the public schools of Northwood, graduating from the high school in the class of 1900. After completing the high school course he entered the Nora Springs Seminary and Business.Col­lege, where he graduated in 1901. The year following he spent in attendance on the Capital City Commercial Col­lege at Des Moines. Nov. 1st 1902 he was tendered a position in the Worth County State Bank which he returned home to accept. He has been in the employ of this hank ever since, having been elected to the position of assistant cashier on Nov. 1st 1905. His proficiency in bookkeeping makes his services a desirable asset to this bank. Though in years, to be numbered with the coming generation he has already a place for himself in the affairs of his native town. In addition to his regular duties he always has time to devote to matters very essential to the maintenance of a lively town. He is secretary of the school board, manager of the opera house, the Northwood Orchestra and the Northwood band.

On July 26, 1905, he was married to Miss Alice A. White in Northwood. They have one son, Horace C.

Source: The Semi-Centennial Souvenir of Northwood, Iowa, 1907, page 50.


 

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