Mrs. Matthew Bunda Dies Today; Was Ill Since June, Monday Nov. 1, 1943:
Mrs. Matthew Bunda, 77, died at Mercy Hospital this afternoon at 2:30. Ill
since June, she had been a hospital patient for the past four weeks.
Besides her husband she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Eva Novak, Mrs.
Anna Edvenson and Mrs. Frank Hartnett, and one brother, Matthew Faiferlick,
all of Fort Dodge. An infant daughter and a son, Harry Delaney, both a former
marriage, preceded her in death, as did two sisters and two brothers.
November 1, 1943 Fort Dodge Messenger
RITES THURSDAY FOR MRS. MATTHEW BUNDA
Funeral services for Mrs. Matthew Bunda, who died Monday afternoon at Mercy
Hospital after a long illness, will be held Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock
at the Laufersweiler funeral home, and at 9 o'clock at Corpus Christi church.
Burial will be in Corpus Christi cemetery.
Mrs. Bunda is survived by one brother, Matthew Faiferlick, and three sisters,
Mrs. Eva Novak, Mrs. Anna Edvenson and Mrs. Frank Hartnett, all of Fort
Dodge, and five stepchildren: Mrs. Joseph Katnik, Mrs. Daniel Kuester and
Joseph Bunda of Moorland, and James Bunda and Mrs. Carl Goodspeed of Fort
Thursday, November 4, 1943 Fort Dodge Messenger
LAST RITES FOR MRS. MATTHEW BUNDA
Thursday November 4, 1943-Funeral Services for Mrs. Matthew Bunda were held
Thursday morning at 8:30 at the Laufersweiler Funeral Home, and at the Corpus
Christi Church. Monsignor T. J. Davern officiated at the services.
Pallbearers were Richard Album and Joseph Faiferlick, Harold Bunda, Robert
Katnik and Robert Kuster. A large number of friends and relatives from
Moorland and Elkhorn Township were in attendance.
Fort Dodge Messenger
AUCTION SALE KATE BUNDA ESTATE 1943
All household goods at 327 Eleventh Avenue Southwest, Fort Dodge, Iowa.
AT 1:00 O'CLOCK FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st
Cook Stove; small kitchen table; kitchen chairs; two sets of dishes; kitchen
clock; five linoleum rugs; medicine cabinet; three beds; two dressers;
curtains; Singer sewing machine; phonograph; radio; cabinet; stand; mohair
davenport; mohair chair; rockers; chairs; writing table; looking glasses;
chest of drawers; dining room table; coat closet; Maytag washer; stand and
cabinet; small table; gas stove; locker; fruit jars; tubs; boiler; laundry;
stove; gas stove; meat saw; lawn mower; 50 foot hose; porch chair; porch
swing. And other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash
David L. Rhodes, Auct.