CarolDailyTimesHerald IA 11 Jun 1959 p5 - John Stangl

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CarolDailyTimesHerald IA 11 Jun 1959 p5 - John Stangl  - a JOHN H. STANGL (Time* Herald \ens ScrvIrM...
a JOHN H. STANGL (Time* Herald \ens ScrvIrM DEDHAM — Funeral riles for John H. Stangl, 84, who died Saturday Saturday morning, were held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph Church here. The Rev. Henry Meyer read requiem high mass. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. J. Ivis of Glorm Lake •was in the Sanctuary. Burial was at St. Joseph Cemetery here. Mr. Stangl is survived by his wife, eight sons, and six daughters. daughters. 42 grandchildren. 33 great- grandchildren and two great-great- grandchildren. His children present present for the last rites were Mrs. Henry (AD Niehaus. Morrell, Neb.; Mrs. Gerald dsabelle) McDonald. Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Al (Alice Claire) Brode, Los Angeles, Calif.. Wilson Stangl, Chula Vista, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Barney Stangl, Larry and Beth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Stangl and family, Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Caroline) Smith, Holly, Mich.: Mr. and Mrs. Warren (Mary Kay) Mendez, and family. Holly, Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Janet) McDonald and family, Irwin; Mr. and Mrs. Clement Stangl and Mary Lou. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stangl and family. Mr. and-Mrs. Mike Slang] and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Stangl and family, Coon Rapids; and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stangl, Dedham. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwaller, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchinson, of Perry attended, but another surviving sister, Mrs. Celia Gray, of Los Angeles, was unable to be here. Many other relatives attended from Carroll, Arcadia, Templelon, Manning, Coon Rapids, Knoxville and Halbur. Mr, Stangl was well known, in this community, having been in business here and also in Coon Rapids. The Stangls were probably the longest married couple in Dedham, Dedham, having celebrated their 62nd anniversary January 19, 1959. Since that time Mr. Stangl had been in poor health, going first to St. Anthony Hospital for several weeks and then to the nursing home in Coon Rapids where he died. G. Joe Mr. in brother Lutheran J. for Dougherty of City Thursday May in Clara Howard his Methodist old will late Eugne

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  1. Carrol Daily Times Herald,
  2. 11 Jun 1959, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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