Parkston Rites Tuesday For G. Grosz, 91 By Republic News Service PARKSTON - A Requiem Mass for Gottfled Grosz, 91, is scheduled at the Sacred Heart Church Tuesday Tuesday at 9 a.m. with the Rev. U. J. Rodenbur officiating. Mr. Grosz died at St. Benedict's Hospital' at Parkston Saturday. He had been in failing health for three years.' Burial will be in Holy Trinity Cemetery at Ethan. Pallbearers will be Kenneth Stirling, Clarence and Walter Gukesen, Kermit Goehring, LeRoy Lassegard and Henry Neuheisel. The Rosary will be recited this evening at the Mehlhaff Funeral Home in Parkston. Mr. Grosz was born Sept, 4, 1870 in South Russia, the son of Daniel and Justina Grosz. He was married married Jan. 5, 1894 at Olivet, 8. D., to Mary E. Reinartz. The couple lived at Ethan until 1930, then moved to Park s t o n where Air. Grosz operated a blacksmith blacksmith shop before retiring. Survivors are his widow, four sons, Mathias of Parkston, John G., of Cortez, Colo., William of Alexandria, Minn., and Conrad, in the armed forces, and three daughters, Mrs. S. Lassegard of Alexandria and Mrs. Ed Gukei sen and Mrs. Leo Gukeisen of Parkston, Also surviving are 35 grandchildren, grandchildren, 73 great grandchildren, three brothers, Emil of Yankton, John of California and Emanuel of Oregon and two sisters, Mrs. Sophia Sch loessler of Kentucky and Mrs, Marie Scheurr of California.