Married May 15, 1916 Wichita Falls, Texas Corpus Christi Times, Thurs., August 16, 1956 Otto Strouhal Caller-Times News Service WOODSBORO—Funeral Services for Otto Strouhal, 69-year-old native of Czechoslovakia, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Starbuck-Toland Funeral Home Chapel in Woodsboro. The Rev. J.A. Wright, Assistant pastor of the First Baptist Church here, will officiate. Burial will be in La Rosa Cemetery. Strouhal, who came to this country when he was 6, died unexpected at 1:20 p.m. Tuesday at his home. He had lived here for the past 36 years and was an oil field worker. Surivivors include two sons, Ray Strouhal of Pasadena, Texas, and J.C. Strouhal of McAllen; three daughters, Mrs. James White of Mirando City, Mrs. Ann Hoffman and Mrs. J.C. Thompson of Woodsboro; one sister, Mrs. Emil Sugarek of Beeville, and seven grandchildren. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Otto age 4 arrived with his parents and brothers in New York, NY on August 11, 1891 on ship Eider.
Otto worked in a glass factory in or around Childress, Texas when he met and married Helen F. Juracek.