CarrolDailyTimesHerald IA 8 Jun 1959 p7 - John Stangl

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CarrolDailyTimesHerald IA 8 Jun 1959 p7 - John Stangl - do It Deaths, in a JOHN II. STANGL Funeral...
do It Deaths, in a JOHN II. STANGL Funeral services for John H. Stangl, 83, of Dedham, will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Church at Dedham. Reqnirm mass will be offered by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Burial will be in the parish cemetery there. All of Mr. and Mrs. Stangl's 14 children will be at the rites. The rosary will be prayed at 8 p.m. Monday at the Sharp Funeral Home, where the body is resting until the time of the church rites. Fr. Meyer will lead the recitation. Catholic Daughters Court of Templeton will pray the rosary at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Death claimed Mr. Stangl at 8:30 Saturday morning in the Coon Rapids*Nursing Home after a five- month illness. A son of Louis and Agnes Stangl, Mr. Stangl was born June 17, 1875, at Dyersville, Iowa. As a child, he came with his parents to the vicinity of Templeton. He was married, to Nettie Pille Jan. 19, 1897, in St. John's Church at Arcadia, with the Rev. Joseph Schulte officiating. They located in the vicinity of Coon Rapids, where Mr. Stangl farmed. Later, he went into the mercantile business in Dedham. He is survived by his wife, 14 children, 43 grandchildren. 3 2 great-grandchildren, two great- great-grandchildren and three sisters. His daughters and sons are: Mrs. Henry (Adeline) Niehaus, Morrill, Neb.; Clem, Clarence and Mike Stangl, Coon Rapids; Mrs. Gerald (Isabel) McDonald, Lennox, Calif.; Mrs. Paul (Carolyn) Smith, Holly, Mich.; Oswald Stangl, Knoxville; Clayton Stangl, Dedham; Wilson Stangl, Chtila Vista, Calif.; Bill Stangl, Coon Rapids; Mrs. Al (Alice Clair) Brody, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Robert (Jeanette) McDonald, Irwin; Patrick Stangl, Knoxville, and Mrs, Warren (Mary Kay) Mender, Holly, Mich. Surviving sisters are Mrs. Frank Schwaller, Des Moines; Mrs. Carolyn Hutchison, Perry, and Mrs. Charles Gray, Los Angeles. Mr. Stangl was preceded 'in death by two brothers, one sister and six children. He was a member of St. Joseph's Church at Dedham. in the Saturday and Sheriden and 5, the No. had the

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