The following October 6, 1927, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 6:
FARMER MEETS A TRAGIC DEATH
JOSEPH H. HUSEMAN MEETS HIS DEATH WHEN GORED BY MAD BULL
Joseph H. Huseman met almost instant death early Tuesday morning when he was attacked by a bull on his farm near Hanover Center. Mr. Huseman was in the cow yard getting his cows in the barn preparatory to milking when the bull attacked him. He had a club and a pitch fork, but the animal got him down before he could use them. He called for help, his two sons, who were working near by, hurrying to his rescue, but before they could get there their father was badly hurt by being gored and trampled on. He was injured the worst about his chest. They got their father out of danger and started to the house with him, but he passed away in a few minutes after they rescued him.
The deceased lived on the Piepho farm east of Brunswick. He was a man who was well thought of by his neighbors and acquaintances, and his tragic death was a great shock to the entire community.
He leaves to mourn him his wife and five children. He was about 46 years of age.
Funeral services were held at St. Martin Catholic church at Cook this morning at 10 o'clock. Interment was made in the cemetery there.