Joseph Fridrich obituary

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Martin Is Opened By Republic News Service MARTIN — The swimming pool at Markota Acres has beer opened for swimming for paic up members according to th joard of directors of Markota acres. Club room and kitchen facili Lies are not yet completed. SELECTED By Republic News Service BONESTEEL—Cindy Thoene Carol Schochenmaier and Su san Sutton represented the loca high school at the All Slate Ban try-out at Murdo Jan. 29, ac cording to Don Babcock, bane instructor. High School Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen for 1966. She was named by her classmates and the faculty, Miss Husman, Husman, daughter »f Mr. and Mrs. Don Husman, is editor of Kiote Howls, officer of the student council, band officer, officer, court officer "f the Junior Junior Catholic Daughters of America and glee club accompanist. accompanist. She is active in honor society, All State Chorus and band, She lias also been named the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Tomorrow as she scored highest highest on the homeniaking examination examination given senior girls. Carthage High Selects! Weed Control Is Topic Prettiest Cheerleader By Republic News Service CARTHAGE-Joyce Kinsley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Darrell Kinsley, has been selected as the local high school's repre- senative in the Huron Plainsman's Plainsman's prettiest cheerleader contest. contest. Miss Kinsley is active in vocal vocal music, band, pep club, athletics, athletics, and forensics. Hauk, a driver in Company B, 3d Battalion of the division's 36th Infantry near Kirch Gons, entered the Army in October 1963, completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and arrived overseas in May 1965, The 22-year-old soldier attended attended Menno High School. is serving as president of the SERVES AS PREXY By Republic News Service WINNER - Richard Miller, at American Chemical Society, local local affiliate of the National American American Chemical Society, at South Dakota Stale University. A senior majoring in profes iUisional chemistry, Miller is the son ol Mrs. Zona Miller. At Emery Ag Class By Republic News Service EMERY — Doruan Coiiell, Brookings, showed slides and talked about chemical weed and insect control in row crops at adult ag classes sponsored by the local high school. This is the fourth of the weekly weekly meetings according to Larry Kraft, local agriculture teacher. Tyndall Private Completes Course By Republic News Service TYNDALL Pvt. Alvin D. Wiebenga has cpmpleted a leader's orientation course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Wiehonga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Wiebenga, attended Southern Slate College before entering the UJS. Army. Joseph Fridrich Final Services Held at Tyndall By Republic News Service TYNDALL - Funeral services for Joseph Fridrich, 72, who died Jan. 20 at the local hospital, were held Jan. 22 at the petrick Funeral Chapel with the Rev. James W. Torbert officiating. Emil A. Rehurek was soloist and Miss Rachel Dunn, accompanist. accompanist. Burial was in the Czech National National Cemetery with Frank Vladyka, F. E. Melzger, Sylvester Sylvester Petrik, Charles Bruna, Rudolph Rudolph Pavlish and Joseph Svanda Svanda as pallbearers. Mr. Fridrich, who was a farmer, farmer, was born Dec. 4,1893 at Tyndall Tyndall to Mr. and Mrs. John Fridrich. He had served in France during World War I. Survivors include a brother, Harry, Tyndall; two sisters, Mrs. Emm* 1 Oliva, Santa Monica, Monica, Calif., and Mrs. Moly Buchholz, Buchholz, San Francisco, Calif. He was preceded in death by six brothers and two sisters,

Clipped from The Daily Republic01 Feb 1966, TuePage 12

The Daily Republic (Mitchell, South Dakota)01 Feb 1966, TuePage 12
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