A.G. FISCHER OF MOORHEAD DIES- Father of nine succumbs Sunday Rites set for Tuesday------29 May 1934 (Tuesday morning) August G. Fischer, 79, resident of Moorhead since 1919, died late Sunday at his home, 414 second Av. N.


Born at Guelph, Ont., Canada, Dec. 14, 1854, he came to Georgetown, Minn., in 1881 where he was a lumber and hardware dealer until he moved to Moorhead in 1919 to retire.


Besides his widow he leaves nine children, Mrs N.C. Wambach 611 Fifth av. S. Moorhead; Fred Fischer, near Moorhead; W. L. Fischer, Fargo: H.J. Fischer, Georgetown August Fischer, Leonard, N.D; Claude and Frank, Moorhead; E.P. Fischer, Fair Oaks, Calif., and Mrs. Clara Deely, Represa, Calif., one brother, John Fischer, Georgetown, and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Wambach, Georgetown.


Funeral services will be at 9 a. Tuesday, at St. Josephís Catholic Church, Moorhead, with Father Lambert Weckworth, officiating. The body is at home.


Pallbearers will include W H. Diemert, J.S. Wambach, Charles Knauf, Fideles Marquart, John Hennen, and Nick Parris.




AUTO WRECK NEAR KRAGNES- Moorhead Daily News, Thur. 1 Jan. 1914 Elderly Lady is Badly Injured. Names of Parties Not Known


Word comes from the Ernest Nelson farm, two miles west of Kragnes, of an automobile wreck that occurred near there. The names of those in the wreck could not be learned, but it was stated that an old lady who was in the car was badly injured.


MRS. HOFFMAN FATALLY HURT--Moorhead Daily News, Thur. 1 1914 She was victim of the auto accident mentioned last evening. Her skull was fractured.


Automobile skidded and overturned, pinning her under the car. The news mentioned very briefly last evening that a serious automobile accident had occurred Tuesday afternoon near the Ernest Nelson farm, two miles west of Kragnes, but was unable to secure the names of those in the wreck. It transpired later that Mrs. Grace Hoffman of Georgetown was the unfortunate victim and that she was believed to be fatally injured. Mrs. Hoffman had been visiting with her granddaughter in this city, Mrs. N.C. Wambach, and was being taken to the home of a daughter, Mrs. August Fischer at Georgetown, in an automobile. The machine was running at a good rate when the rear wheels skidded and the machine overturned, pinning the aged lady underneath. Mrs. Fischer and the driver were thrown clear of the machine and were uninjured. Assistance came from the Ernest Nelson farm nearby, and Mrs. Hoffman was released. Dr. Humphrey was summoned, as was Father Gerard. An examination made of the injured woman showed that her skull was fractured and it was not believed that she could long survive." Her condition this afternoon was not much changed, but she is alive.


MRS GRACE HOFFMAN DIED OF INJURIES- Fargo Forum, Thur. Evening, 1 Jan. 1914 Mrs. Grace Hoffman of Georgetown succumbed to injuries sustained in an automobile accident Tuesday afternoon, this morning shortly after 9 o'clock, at the home of Ernest Nelson, ten miles north of the city, where the unfortunate woman was taken after the accident to await the services of Dr. Humphrey.


With Mrs. August Fischer and a driver, the latter's name unknown, Mrs. Hoffman was riding in an automobile from Moorhead to Georgetown and when about ten miles north of the city the machine suddenly skidded on a bad piece of road, causing the auto to turn turtle. Mrs. Hoffman was thrown out and was caught underneath the car and sustained a fractured skull. She was unconscious when removed. The accident occurred Tuesday afternoon.


Mrs. Hoffman was well known in Moorhead and Clay County and was prominent in farming circles near Georgetown. She was returning from Moorhead after transacting some business in the district court before Judge Parsons in connection with a case in which she was one of the principals and which had been pending in the courts for a long time. Coroner Vincent does not deem an inquest necessary and he will release the body for burial later in the day. She leaves a family of grown up children, one of whom is Joseph V. Hoffman of Butte, Mont. who happens to be here on a visit and was with his mother when she passed away. She was 78 years of age. A granddaughter is Mrs. Wambach of this city, and a daughter is Mrs. August G. Fischer of Georgetown. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be fully announced tomorrow. Very general regret is expressed at the untimely end of a lady who was as very highly esteemed as was Mrs. Hoffman.








Senius Christiansen Gade,48, 1007 Twenty Eight Ave N., painter and decorator for Kojoen, Stoutland and Wickstrom, died at 5 a.m. Tuesday in his home from a heart ailment. He came to Fargo from Medina, N.D., where he had lived since coming to the United States from Denmark in 1909 and where he married Cecelia Andersen Oct. 30, 1912. Mr. Gade was born in Wrenstad, Denmark, March 6, 1891. He leaves Mrs. Gade, four sons, Arnold C. of Harwood, Neils C. 2816 Twelfth Ave N., and Elven and Leslie at home, seven daughters, Mrs. E.L. Peterson, 1110 Twenty Eight Ave N. Elvera, Ella, Alta, Marcella, Nina lou, and Arlene, at home; and two grand children. Mr. Gade was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran church.


The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Ivers chapel, Rev. F.W. Iheinfeld officiating.





MRS. WAMBACH ,RITES SATURDAY----25 Jan. 1952 (Friday Evening)


Services for Mrs. Arthur (Georgia) Wambach, 42, of Campbell, Minn., will be at 9:30 Saturday in St. John's Catholic church of Georgetown, Minn., Rev. Edward Her?d officiating. Burial will in St. John's cemetery in the spring.

The body will lie in Wright chapel this afternoon and evening.

Rosary will be recited at 8:30 tonight at the chapel.


Mrs. Wambach died in a local hospital Thursday. She had been hospitalized a year.

Georgia Fischer was born at Georgetown, Oct. 31, 1909. She attended Georgetown grade school, Moorhead high school, and MSTC. She was married to Mr. Wambach Nov. 25, 1935, and was member of St. John's church.


Surviving are Mr. Wambach; two daughters, Jean Marie and Carol Ann, at home, two sisters, Mrs. James Wambach of Seattle, and


Mrs. Leo A. Meyers of Portland Ore. and three brothers, Raymond Fischer of Drummond Mont., F.M. of Hall Mont., and L.A. of Watertown, S.D.





G.E. FISCHER DIES IN GEORGETOWN --- Heart attack is fatal to farmer of region more than 40 years --- 27 Dec. 1933


Suffering a heart attack about 5:30 pm. Tuesday, George E. Fischer, for more than 40 years a resident of the Georgetown, Minn., area, dropped dead while talking to his wife. He was sitting by a stove in his home when the heart attack came.


Sixty-five years old last Oct. 14, Mr. Fischer was born in Canada and went to the Georgetown region 42 years ago. For the last four decades he had lived in Georgetown, with farming his main occupation. Surviving besides the widow are two brothers, John of Georgetown and August of Moorhead: one sister Elisa Wambach of Georgetown, and the following children: Fedelas of Hall, Montana, Lambert, Geneseo, ND, Raymond of Drummond, Mont.: Mrs. Leo Meyers of Portland Ore.; Georgia at home, and Mrs. J. Wambach of Georgetown. There are nine grandchildren.


Funeral services, although not set as to the day and time, will be held in St. John's Catholic Church, Georgetown, with Father Peter Aarden, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Attending the funeral service will be Mrs. Lee Meyers and son, George, from Portland, Ore.




Because of relatives coming from a distance, time of funeral services for George E. Fischer, 85, Georgetown, Minn., who died Tuesday, has not been set, but the funeral will be in St. John's Catholic Church at Georgetown with Father Peter Aurden officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.


The body will be taken to the home today.




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