ELLEN LANGEL

 

from the Havre Daily News                                                 Sept. 1, 1944

 

MRS. JOS. LANGEL PASSES AWAY IN LOCAL HOSPITAL

 

   Mrs. Joseph Langel, 70, a beloved resident of the Rudyard community for 31 years, passed away yesterday afternoon in a local hospital.    

   She is survived by her husband and seven children, Henry, Robed, Arnold and Theodore Langel, all of Rudyard, Blanche Langel of Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Hayes Starkes of Joplin and Mrs. Clifford Hodgdon of Rudyard. Ten grandchildren also survive.

   Other survivors are a sister, Mrs. William Dalton of Minneapolis and a brother Fred Tealey of New Auburn, Wisconsin.

   Mrs. Langel was a native of Wisconsin, having been born in Chippewa county Sept. 14, 1873. Her maiden name was Ellen Tealey and

she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Teaiey. She married Joseph Langel at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin June 14,1890. The Langels

came to the Rudyard community June 14, 1890 (1913).

   Mrs. Langel had many friends and her kindness and generosity was well known throughout Hill County.

   Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock in the Rudyard community hail with the Rev. Kurt Klopp of the Ev. Lutheran church of Havre officiating.

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from the Havre Daily News                                                           Sept. 5, 1944

MANY A’lTEND SERVICES FOR MRS. LANGEL

   A large crowd of sorrowing relatives, friends and neighbors attended last rites for Mrs. Joseph Langel, held in the Lutheran church at Rudyard Monday with Rev. Kurt Klopp, pastor of the Ev. Lutheran church of Havre officiating. After the church service, rites were conducted in the community hall. The floral tributes were many.

   Mrs. Langel was born to her last resting place by her four sons, Henry, Robert, Arnold and Theodore Langel and two sons-in-law, Hayes Starks and Clifford Hodgdon.

   Mr. and Mm. Herb Aspevig, accompanied by Mrs. Albert Budeau at the piano, sang “Rock of Ages” and Joe Simon sang “Beyond the Sunset.”

   The deceased had lived in the Rudyard community for 31 years and was well known throughout the county. …..  

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