William A L Stunkel
Order Mrs. the an Brown his $10,000. Geers. that H. cor- If asked offer Mark had and to the that the charges uneral Services Will be Con ducted Sunday at Eden Evangelical Church. William A. L. Stunkel, 64, die- ast night at 10:15 o'clock at hi ome on the Bethalto Road, sL\ mile orth of Edwardsville. He had bee 1 for about a month. Funeral ser Ices will be conducted Sunday at m. at the residence, followed b ervices at the Eden Evangellca Jhureh. Burial will be in the S ames Cemetery. Rev. H. J. Bred oeft will officiate. Mr Stunkel was born in Ft. Rus ell Township, Jan. 26, 1868, the f Fred and Sophia Stunkel. He has Iwaya lived In that vicinity, follow- ng the occupation of farming. His narriage to Miss Anna Klopmeier uned at the Bethalto Lutheran 3hurch Sept. 1, 1893 He was con- irmed at the St. Paul's Chinch on he Bluff Road in 1882 and was a nember of the Evangelical Church leie. Mr. Stunkel's death occurred 24 -ears after that of his brother, Louis, jn the same day of the same month 'uneral services will be conducted he same date as that of his Besides his widow, he leaves the 'ollowing childien, M r s . Louis Schmidt, Edwardsville; Fred Stunkel, St. Louis; Mrs. August Cooper, Moro Township; William Stunkel, Arthur Stunkel, Wood River; Edwin, Alvin, 'aul Stunkel and Miss Evelyn Stunkel, Stunkel, who resides at home. Three children children preceded him in death. Four- .een grandchildren, one biothet, Edward Edward Stunkel and a half brother, lernian Neubauer of Ft. Russel Township also survive. Six sons will serve Mr. Stunkel pallbearers, as he requested.