Clipped From The Nashua Reporter
plans | ca M A T T F R D I E S A T Matthias Franccs/frcirX 61, who had lived on -the Clampitl farm miles northwest off Nashu; for thc past 11 years, died at 9:; 5 p. at the) Monday at the Ccclar 90 be S I N B O N D S thc also ob- cent per water cent. were: Co. making pital in Charles City. Doath was attributed to a lung\,aiurieni. He and or had been in failing nealth the past four years. A solemn requiem high mass will bc sung at St. Michael's church in Nashua at 9:30 Thursday Thursday morning, July 22. The Rev. John Hussman will bc thc celebrant; celebrant; thc Very Rev. John Smith of Charles City, deacon: and thc i Rev. Edward Flynn of Belle Plainc, subdcacon. St. Michael's choir will sing requiem. Clay Osterman, Vincent Bloom, Bernard Frascht. Gerald Frascht, Vance Vanek and Anton Schmall will bc the casket bearers. Mrs. Mabel Eckhoff will havc charge of thc flowers. Interment will be in Mt. Calvary Calvary cemetery at Charles City. The rosary was recited at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at thc Chenowclh Funeral Home. Matthias Frances Frein, thc of Mr. and Mrs. George Frein, was born Sept. 30, 1892, near bcrtsville, Iowa. Oct. 6, 1925, he was married Miss Marie Majcwski at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Mason City. She passed away June 9, 1948. Surviving arc six children -Donald, -Donald, at home; Edward of Charles City; Mark, who came-home from Army Servkc in Austria July 5 on a 30-day furlough; Sister Lucille, who entered the viate of the Sisters of Mercy Marion in February of this weeks, i and Mrs. Elmer Mallory I Gladys, at home. Also one we'child, Cecilia Mallory, and that ter; Mrs. Matt Wagner of ' Iowa. ' ' Â· - v '