George J. Kastl Dies At Age of 85 • • i George J. Kastl, who spent more than O years of his life as a resident resident of the Bronson conununlty, died hare hut night at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lee Hamilton. He vu 88 years of age ^nd has lived here for the pas^ seveii yean. The funteral service will be held at the Waugh funeral home at 2 p. m. ThuiBday. The Rev. Ed Dan- lets off Bronson will be In charge and burial, will follow in the Bronson Bronson cemetery. Mt. Kastl was bom in Jefferson* Wis. Later he revslded in Illinois and Missouri, with his parents, before moving to Bourbon county to estab- 11^ a farm home. He. is survived by seven sons and two; daughters. The sons are George. Gus, Chris, and Eldon of Bronson. Henry Kastl. Oakland, .Ind.; Robert Kastl. Phillsmore, Calif.; and Anthony Anthony Kastl of Oklahoma. The •laughters are Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. L. C. Reeder, Severy, Kas, Also .surviving are 32 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, and the following following brothers: Charles Kastl. Kansas City. Frank Kastl, Marsal. Mo., Anthony Kastl, Hombiy. Okla.. and Joseph Kastl, Kirwin, Kas.