CHARLES WILLIAM STEHLING
CHARLES WILLIAM STEHLING, priest of the Catholic church and professor of dogmatic theology at St. Francis Seminary, is a native of Milwaukee, born Aug. 21, 1872.
Charles W. was educated at the parochial school of St. Joseph, Milwaukee, and later at St. Francis Seminary, subsequently spending two years at the University of Innsbruch, Tyrol, Austria, where he was ordained by Bishop Prickson in Trol, July 18, 1895, and officiated at his first mass one month later, at the Church of St. Boniface.
He served for ten years as assistant at St. Vincent's church, Oshkosh, Wis., and in 1905 he went to Rome, Italy, to study, and there received the degree of D.D. at the end of the year.
further pursued his
studies at the Catholic University of America
, at Washington, D.C., for another year, and in 1907 was appointed to his
present position in the Seminary of St. Francis
He is a careful and conscientious student, and is eminently fitted for the responsible position which he now occupies.
and Walter, thirty-nine and thirty-four years of age, respectively, are associated with their father in business Clara, thirty-two years old, is the wife of George Booth; Hattie, thirty years of age, is now Mrs. Henry O'Neil; Alfred, twenty-eight years old, is one of the partners in the firm of Schroeder & Suelflow
, steam heaters and plumbers, and Frank H., now twenty-five years of age, is paying teller of the West Side Bank