Joseph Novak obituary
Joseph Novak Funeral Rites Held At Wagner By Republic News Service WAGNER — Funeral services were held at Wagner Friday for M. Novak, 81, who died a n. 6. Burial was in the Wagner ceme- er y. Pallbearers included E. D. 1 Braithwaite, Steve Thaler, Wayne Byrd'ounsmore. Neils Neilsen, Emil and John Mach. Mr. Novak had farmed southeast O f Wagner since 1909. He was born March 29, 1878 in Czechoslova- He came to America with his parf . lUs May 9, 1883, settling at Kimball. Later they moved to a farm south of Tabor. In 1901 he wus married lo Baltic Frcdrich at Tyndall. They made their home at Tyndall Tyndall until moving to a Wagner farm. His first wife preceded him in death. They were the parents of six children. In 1927 he married Marie Matha- an in Wagner. He was a charter member member of the ZCBJ Lodge at Wagner. Mr. Novak is survived by his I widow; two sons, Raymond L., and Wagner; three daugh ters, Agnes B. Zacharias and Josephine Josephine L. Kaberna of Wagner; arid Marion Handley of Corvallis, Mont.; 13 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.