Who were his siblings? I found an obit for a Joseph Goettlicher in 1954, and it listed a surviving brother Charlie in Milwaukee.
DAILY TELEGRAM (EAU CLAIRE) April 14, 1954
Joseph Goettlicher Dies
Funeral services will be held
Thursday at 2 p.m. for, Joseph
Goettlicher, 54, of 720 N.'14th St.,
who died at Luther Hospital
Tuesday afternoon. The R e v.
Roy B. Schmeichel will conduct
the services at St. John's Lutheran
Church. Burial will .take place
in St. John's cemetery.
Friends may call at Prock and
Sons Funeral Home Wednesday
evening and at the church from
1 to 2 p.m. Thursday. Graveside
services will be conducted by
the American Legion.
Mr. Goettlicher was a member
of the American Legion , and a
veteran of Both World Wars I
and II. He is survived by his
Wife, and seven sisters, Mrs.
John Engle, Mrs. Victor Olson,
Mrs. Rudolph Wendt, and Mrs.
Oliver Paige, all of Eau Claire
Mrs. Herman Alf of Green Bay,
Mrs. Bernice Wenzel of Menasha
and Mrs. Josph Limandri of
Santa Cruz, Calif. Also surviving
is one brother, Charlie, of Milwaukee
APPLETON POST CRESCENT NOVEMBER 27 1926 PAGE 17
GOETLICHER SEEKS TO
REOPEN DIVORCE TRIAL
Motion for a new trial on grounds
of new evidence in the divorce suit of
Charles Goethcher against Emma Goetlichcr was heard by Judge Theodore Berg in municipal court Saturday
morning. Mrs. Goetlicher was
granted the decree at the original
trial recently. Two children are involved.
APPLETON POST CRESCENT OCTOBER 7 1940
Edith Goettlicher Wed at
St. Paul Lutheran Church
In a ceremony Sunday noon at
St. Paul Lutheran church, Miss
Edith Goettlicher, daughter of Mrs.
Arthur Nickles, 507 N. Clark street,
became the bride of Adolph Krueger,
son of Mrs. Fred Budtke, route
1, Appleton. The marriage service
was read by the Rev. F. M. Brandt.
Miss Alice Goettlicher was her
sister's maid of honor, and the Misses
Genevieve Schultz, Lois Rehfeldt,
Doris Schroeder and Mildred Krueger
were bridesmaids. Norbert
Krueger, brother of the bridegroom,
was best man, and Lloyd Kositzke,Ray Timm, Earl Timm
and Wilbur Biedenbender were ushers. Also in the bridal procession was Edith,
Stuerzebecher, Roselle, 111., flower girl. The bride carried a white
prayer book which had been given
to her on her confirmation day by
her grandparents, Mr.-and Mrs. Herman
A reception at the bride's home
followed the ceremony. Dinner was
served between 4 and 7 o'clock to
163 guests, and a wedding dance for
350 guests was held in the evening
at Koehne's hall
The couple will live on route 1,
Appleton, where the bridegroom operates
the Fred Budtke farm