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NAME: Hubel, Mary (m. Lloyd N. Thompson)

OBIT: (d. 31 Dec 1945, Tama County, Iowa)

 Mrs. Mary Thompson, 77, died Monday at 12 o'clock noon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. David Glendy in Tama. Her death followed severe burns received Tuesday, Dec. 18, and complications.
 The funeral service is being held this Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the C.L. Henderson Funeral Home, Toledo, with Rev. J.E. Pritchard, pastor of the Toledo Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. John A.Gray, accompanied by Mrs. H.P. Giger, will sing, "Hold Thou My Hand." Mrs. L. C. McCreary and Stella Born are in charge of the flowers. Pallbearers are C. E. Brandt, James McCollister, Earl Smith, Walter S. Huyck, John A. Gray and Frank Snider. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.
 Mrs. Thompson, whose maiden name was Mary Hubel, was born June 30, 1868, near Vining, a daughter of Frederick and Mary Benesh Hubel. Her education was received in the rural schools in the community where she resided.
 The marriage of Miss Hubel and Lloyd N. Thompson of Toledo, took place in Toledo, where the couple resided the remainder of their lives. When they first moved to Toledo, Mr. Thompson was engaged in the mason business, and for 37 years was Toledo Marshal. His death occurred August 30, 1943.
 Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were parents of two sons and two daughters. A son, LeRoy Hubert, died in infancy. Those surviving are Mrs. Hilda Marie Poland, Gladbrook, Mrs. Lydia Agnes Glendy, Tama, and Merle Richard, Toledo. The six grandchildren are Lloyd, Clifford and Walter Poland, all in the armed services; Mrs. Alice Papesh, Eden Valley, Minn.; Mrs. Eunice Meek, and LeRoy Glendy, of Tama, and great grandchildren are John and Frank Papesh and Jerald, Joel and Mary Esther Meek. Mrs. Thompson is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Anna Cline, Mrs. Agnes Young and Peter Hubel, Toledo; Mrs. Blanche Stransky, Elberon and Joe Hubel. Her mother died in 1911 and her father's death occurred in 1912. A brother, Frederick Hubel, died at Pipestone, Minn. in 1909, and a brother and sister died in infancy.
 Mrs. Thompson was a good mother and neighbor. Her interests were always in her home and family. She was a member of the Toledo Methodist church.
 Here for the funeral is a granddaughter, Mrs. Frank Papesh, Eden Valley, Minn., and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Otto Schuler, Fairbault, Minn. The grandsons, Sgt. Richard Poland, in California with the U.S.Army, and Sgt. Lloyd Poland, U.S. Army, stationed in Colorado, have been notified, and with other relatives expect to arrive for the last rites.

OBIT: 4 Jan 1946 (d. Tama County, Iowa)

 Mrs. Lloyd Thompson, who was severly burned when singeing a chicken a week before Christmas, died Monday noon at the home of her, daughter, Mrs. David Glendy, in Tama. She was Mary Hubbel before her marriage, daughter of Frederick and Mary Hubbel, and was born Jan. 30, 1868. She had lived in Tama county all her life. She married Lloyd Thompson in April, 1894. He died two years ago. Mr. Thompson was Toledo's city marshal many years. To them were born three children--Mrs. Walter Poland, Gladbrook; Mrs. Daved Glendy, Tama; and Merle Richard, of Toledo. There are six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Her brother, Peter, lived with her. Also surviving are 3 sisters, Mrs. Blanche Stransky, Elberon; Mrs. Fred Cliine and Mrs. John Young, of Toledo. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Henderson Funeral Home, in charge of the Rev. J.E. Pritchard, pastor of the Toledo Methodist church. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.