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Herbert Dahl

1895 - 1943

06 26 1943


Herbert (Penny) Dahl, 116 Lynn Street, died Saturday at his home from a heart attack. He was found by a neighbor who had gone to the home and upon getting no response entered the house and found Mr. Dahl dead in bed. Dr. W. J. Schmidt, Mayville, Dodge county coroner, who was summoned after police had been notified, pronounced death due to a heart attack. Mr. Dahl had not been seen by neighbors during the day.


Mr. Dahl was born in Watertown on Sept. 2, 1895, and was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahl. He spent his life here. He served in the First World War and saw service overseas. He was a member of both the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.


One sister, Mrs. Fred Frey, route 3, Jefferson, survives. Mrs. Theodore Graf, this city, is an aunt and there are several nieces and nephews who also survive.


The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Schmutzler funeral home. The Rev. William B. Petherick of the First Methodist church will officiate and burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.


Military rites will be in charge of the Legion and the V. F. W.




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