Joe Oeth, 69, of 713 West Eighth street, a tinner by
trade, died at Friday (20 Jan 1956) in
an Evansville hospital.
His brother, Ferdinand Oeth, a local
grain threshing contractor for many years, died last Sunday.
The late deceased was a native of Marrstownship and spent his entire life prior to his illness in
South Posey county and Mt.Vernon.
The body is at Short-Niehaus Funeral
Home and will remain there through the funeral service set for Monday in Short-Niehaus
chapel. Rev. August E. Binder, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Reformed
Church will be the officiating minister. Burial will be in Bellefontaine
Surviving are the wife, Louise M; two sons, Alfred H Oeth, at home; a daughter, Mrs
Malcolm Rueger, Mt.Vernon; two grandchildren; three brothers,
Charles Oeth, Evansville; Jake Oeth, Mt.Vernon and William Oeth,
Marrstownship and two
sisters, Mrs. Edith Barnes, Evansville and Mrs. Anna Coghill,
The deceased was a life-long member of Trinity Evangelical and
Reformed Church. He also was a member of Mt.Vernon lodge, No 49, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows and Modern Woodmen of America.