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interest. Hold Services For Man Starting Stanley Corners By Republic News Service SALEM - Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Riverside Church southwest o f Canistota for John Stanley, who died at his home Nov. 20 following a two-year illness. Burial was in the cemetery at Bridgewater with the Klnzley Funeral Funeral Home of Salem in charge. Mr. Stanley was born Jan. 30, 1906. The family lived on a farm and he attended school in Canis- ota and Dakota Wesleyan University. University. He was married on June 16, 1926 to Elizabeth Addy at the home of her parents of rural Canistota. The deceased and his father started Stanley Corners as an oil station in 1925. He was in business there until 1929 when he began farming In the vicinity vicinity of Stanley Corners until Illness Illness forced his retirement. He is survived by his widow of rural Dolton; a daughter, Mrs. Flora Gaarder of Canistota; one brother, Dale of Portland, Ore., and a sister, Mrs. Bruce Addy of rural Dolton. He was a member of the Riverside Riverside Church, of the Masons and Eastern Star at Canistota and the Royal Arch Masons of Mitchell,

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 24 Nov 1959, Tue,
  3. Page 14

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