Clipped From Joplin Globe
FRANK BMGGLE, 5$, ' DIES AT SARCOXIE ' Sarcoxie, Mo., March 7.—Frank Br'iggle, 53 years old, widely known farmer of this district, died this .morning ."at' his ^home-on -Joplin street. Death followed a heart attack attack earlier In the morning while he was at a Sarcoxie motor car company. He was taken to his home, and died a short time later. Besides his widow, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Harold Campbell, Campbell, Bowers Mill; two^ons, George Briggle and Will Briggle, both of Sarcoxie; three brothers, Gabriel Briggle and Chauncey Briggle of Bowers Mill, and Will Briggle of Apache, Okla., and a sister, Mrs. W. A. Bastin of Reeds route 2. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the Presbyterian church. Burial will be in Dudenville. cemetery near Avllla. Briggle formerly lived at Dudenville and at Carthage. Spelling Contest Monday. Carthage, Mo., March 7.—The city grade school elimination spelling spelling contest will be held. at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon at the high school Instead of tomorrow afternoon, as had been planned.