The Krejcis became American citizens in Though dying he yet lives in the hearts of many. He was taken into custody as he approached the home of a negro woman, where officers were told he was going when he left Eagle Lake. She married in the old country and she and her husband came to this country early in life, settling near Weimar and lived here up to the time of their deaths. A woman of enormous character, Chris was known for her openness and warmth, her big heart and thoughtfulness. Memorials may be made in the church or American Lung Association.
July 10, 2003
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Before help could arrive the little girl was badly burned and death resulted a few hours afterward. The funeral took place at St. Funeral services for Mrs. Krasucki, who had been ill several years, died Monday in Youens Hospital, where she had been a patient about two weeks. Born May 2, , in Austria, she came to this country with her mother, Mrs. Veronica Kasper, at the age of 2.
She was married Nov. Survivors in addition to her husband are four sons, Joe of Dallas, Adolf of Jourdanton, and John and Henry of Weimar; two daughters, Misses Annie and Virginia Krasucki of Weimar; five grandchildren and give great-grandchildren.
A son and a daughter preceded her in death. Pallbearers were John Kasper Sr. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. Bily officiating, assisted by Father John Peters.
She was a member of the St. Ann's Society and Catholic Daughters. She was a homemaker and a farmer. Burial was under direction of Masonic Lodge of Moulton. Krause was a former resident of Columbus. He married Miss Minna Hahn of Columbus.
He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lizzie Menefee of Beaumont and Mrs. Kado Holcomb of Houston. Burial services were arranged by Untermeyer Bros. Krause, the Citizen joins a large circle of friends in extending heartfelt sympathy to them in the death of their infant triplets, all boys, who were born Wednesday morning and died the same day. Krause, aged 6 years, 8 months and 7 days. His afflicted parents have the sincere sympathy of the whole community in their bereavement.
He has escaped a world of turmoil, sorrow and disappointments to dwell in eternal bliss. Krause, 83, who died suddenly of a heart attack while working in the yard the day before. Burial was in Odd Fellows Rest cemetery. Krause was born Mar. John William Krause, Sr. In he married Loraine White, and the couple made their home in Columbus thereafter except for a year period in Goliad.
Krause was a baker before he retired. He is survived by 2 sisters, Mrs. Ben Frels of Houston, and Mrs. Krause of Schulenburg; 2 daughters Mrs.. Willis of Eagle Lake; and 4 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at St.
Robert Littlehales officiated, with Reagan Anderson serving as acolyte. Krause died at Columbus Community Hospital Nov. She was born May 16, in Columbus, daughter of C. She attended Columbus schools, and in was married to John Krause who preceded her in death in They owned a bakery in Columbus and later in Goliad, moving back to Columbus in the 's.
Krause was an active member of St. John's Episcopal Church and the Women of St. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Frances Starbuck of Red River, N. Honorary pallbearers were Thurmond West, T.
Little Robert Edward, son of Mr. Krause, of this city, died on the 12th inst, aged five years, three months and four days. The parents and relatives of the precious one have the heartfelt sympathy of the community. Mina Krause, wife of Henry Krause, an old and respected citizen of Moulton, were held in Columbus Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock with interment in Odd Fellows' Rest cemetery. Father James Massollier of the Catholic faith pronounced the rites of the church at the grave.
Deceased ws 65 years, six months and five days of age at the time of demise, and had been a life-long resident of Colorado county, Live Oak Hill being her birthplace. She was married to Mr. Krause on August 8, , and of this union two daughters survive, Mrs. Menefee of Moulton, and Mrs. Halton of Port Arthur. Krause, also resides at Moulton. Krause was esteemed and admired by all who knew her for the kindly, womanly virtues of her life exemplified, and a large circle of warm friends mourn her demise.
A double funeral took place at St. Szymanski officiating in a touching burial service. They were sick about eight or nine days. A widow and little daughter 5 years old are the sole survivors of the family. Krecmer was an upright, honest, good citizen, well liked by a large circle of friends and neighbors, and his sad death, as well as that of his baby son, is deeply and sincerely regretted.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the bereaved widow and little daughter. This section was greatly shocked Sunday when the sad news reached here that Mr. Cyril Krecmer and his little son died at their home near New Brunn, on the W.
This noble young man and his little son were attacked by influenza several days ago, and was followed by pneumonia. Krecmer was well known in this section and was liked by all. Krecmer married Miss Kruppa of the Shatto section several years ago. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family and relatives.
Funeral services for Joseph L. Krecmer, 67, of Weimar were held Saturday, April 3, from St. He married Edna Miksch here on Feb 10, Krecmer, and a sister, Mrs. Leo Mary Lebeda, both of Weimar. Pallbearers were Joe V. Born in New Orleans, La. Funeral services were held Nov. Daryl Johnson and Rev. Graveside services and interment were held Nov. Krejci, 77, whose death in Youens Hospital early Sunday morning followed that of her husband by just 15 days, were held Monday at Hubbard Funeral Home, with burial in the Masonic Cemetery.
Frank Svoboda of Taylor officiated, speaking in both Czech and English. She had been taken to the hospital Saturday, and died at 2: She and her husband brought their four children to America in , settling in Fayette County. After several years there they lived at New Bielau a year, and in bought the farm a few miles south of Weimar where both spent the rest of their lives. A son, Charlie, the only child born to them in this country, died 21 years ago at the age of The Krejcis became American citizens in An industrious couple, they had a wide circle of friends.
Their companions and helpers the past 20 years have been their son-in-law and youngest daughter, Mr. Surviving also are two other daughters, Mrs. William Krizak of Baytown and Mrs. Frank Richter, and a brother, Frank Cerny, both living in Czecholovakia[sic]; 21 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Active pallbearers at the funeral were Mrs. Honorary pallbearers were Chas. Miska, John Hadash, Chas. Otto and Louis Stech. We are sorry to report the death of the little girl baby of Mr.
Frank Krejci, which occurred near Borden Friday evening. Our heart goes out to the bereaved family. Funeral services for Celie Marek Krejci were scheduled for 11 a. Thursday at Hubbard Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Weimar Cemetery. She married Emil Krejci on Nov.
The family lived in the Weimar area during the Depression years during which they lost their home in a fire. Charlie Krejci, aged 20 years, son of Mr. Krejci of Content, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the hospital in Flatonia, died Wednesday morning. The operation took place. The remains were brought back to the family home at Content, and this Thursday afternoon at 2: A fine young man has gone from among us! The Mercury next week will contain a suitable obituary. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his bereaved ones.
Charlie Krejci, son of Mr. Krejci of the Content community, was born Jan. The first year of his life was spent with his parents at New Bielau,when the family moved to Content, where he resided up to the time of his untimely death. He had lived there twenty years. He had very good health up to the time he was 14 years old, when he had a case of pneumonia.
However, he thereafter was blessed with good health up to a short time before he was stricken with appendicitis. He was then taken to the hospital in Flatonia and operated on. He seemed to get along finely until a day or so preceding his death, when a sudden and unexpected change took place, necessitating a second operation, from which, in his weakened condition, he failed to rally, and his death followed soon afterward.
He was operated on Oct. The remains were brought to the family home in Content community and on the following Thursday afternoon at 2: Vilt, minister from Needville, officiating in an impressive burial service. Services were held at the family residence in the Bohemian language, and at the grave in both Bohemian and English.
The flower girls were Misses Eran Brandes. The wreath bearer was Miss Mary Dusek. Deceased is survived by his parents, Mr. Krejci, three sisters, Mrs. One brother died in infancy. Charlie was a faithful and consistent member of the Evangelical faith, and was also a member of the S.
Charlie was a fine young man, a general favorite among his friends and acquaintances, and his sad death has brought much sorrow to all. Funeral services for Emil M. Born April 11, , in Austria, he was a son of Mr. Joe Krejci, who brought their children to America in , settling first in Fayette County. They moved to the New Bielau area in He was in the building and contracting business.
Krejci of Rosenberg; two daughters, Mrs. Anne Robinson and Mrs. Dorothy Hensley, both of Houston; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Clarence Krejci; 16 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Millie Krizak of Baytown, Mrs. Ludmilla Shumbera and Mrs. Libby Rosenbaum of Weimar.
A son, Clarence, preceded him in death. Serving as pallbearers were grandsons George Krejci Jr. The 2-year-andmonths old child of Frank Krejci and wife, which was shot in the stomach last week while playing with a pistol, died Friday as a result of the accident, and the remains were buried Saturday afternoon in the cemetery west of town.
Krejci have the sympathy of many friedds[sic] in their misfortune. Funeral services for Frank Krejci, 88, resident of this area more than 50 years, were held Saturday afternoon, Nov. Fuchs, pastor of Weimar United Church of Christ, officiated.
Special music was rendered by the church choir and Robert Hilscher of Houston. Krejci suffered a heart attack at his home in the Borden community Thursday morning and died at 7: There he married Miss Tillie Valenta in , and they moved to a farm near Weimar in In they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their farm, with many relatives and friends attending.
Nine children were born to the Krejcis, 6 of them surviving to adulthood. It was the chief ambition of both Mr. Krejci to give their children the higher education which had been denied the parents, and through diligent effort this ambition was realized.
Two of the children died as infants and a daughter, Martha, died at the age of Flight Officer Frank J. Mary Suler of Richmond, died at the age of Krejci in addition to his widow are 4 children, Dr. Krejci of Phillips, Mrs. Tillie Helmcamp and Mrs. Harley Viola Cox of Houston and Mrs. Word of the tragic death of Flight Office Frank J. He was killed in an airplane crash at Barksdale Field, La. The plane, a medium bomber, failed to make the take off and it dipped down and turned over, killing five members of its crew.
Mitchell, 22, Cuba, Ala. Kislingbury, 31, Winslow, Ariz; Second Lieut. Randall, 26, of San Antonio; Staff Sgt. Pavlinich, 27 Beaver Falls, Pa. Interment was made in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery. William Hudec and Pvt. Krecmer, now in the U. Leidolf and Paul Brunner, American Legion members. Military part of the service was under the direction of Post Commander A. He attended the University of Texas two years, and in enlisted in the air corps, being sent to Borriques Field, Puerto Rico.
Shortly after receiving his commission, he was sent to Barksdale Field where he remained until the fatal crash Friday night. Survivors beside his bride of less than two weeks, are his parents, Mr. Oscar Helmcamp of Houston, Mrs. Andrew Braikovich of Galveston, Mrs. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Andrew Braikovich, all of Galveston; Mr.
Krejci and little daughter, Fay Deen, of Kaw, Okla. Yarbro of Dallas; Mr. The Mercury joins a host of friends of the deceased in extending sincere condolence to the bereaved wife, parents, brothers and sisters. Funeral services for Joe R. Krejci, 88, who died at 8: Frank Svoboda of Tyler will officiate.
Burial will be in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery. Wednesday night he lapsed into a coma which ended in the death 12 hours later. Born October 7, , in Czechoslovakia, he was the son of Mr. He married Miss Anna Cerny there Sept. Last fall they held open house for a large number of relatives and friends, celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
Surviving in addition to his wife are three daughters, Mrs. Aleridge Rosenbaum of Weimar and Mrs. Martha Krejci, beloved daughter of Mr. Frank Krejci of the Borden section, who was taken to San Antonio a few days ago for an appendicitis operation, succumbed to her troubles and died Tuesday afternoon. Everything possible was done for her, but without avail.
Paul Piepenbrok, local Lutheran pastor, officiating in a touching burial service. Martha was in her 13th year, and was one of the brightest and most beloved little girls of this entire section. At school here she was a universal favorite and easily led in all her classes.
She was the idol of her parents, and her death has brought sadness to many hearts throughout this section. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to her bereaved parents, brothers and sisters, relatives and friends. Tuesday, April 28, at St. Crawford, pastor of Weimar United Church of Christ, officiated. He was assisted by Nick A. Krejci, daughter of Joseph and Theresa Valenta, was born Feb.
She came to this country in and married Frank Krejci the following year in Galveston, where they made their home for five years before moving to the Weimar area. Krejci died in For the past two years Mrs. Krejci has lived with her children. Of the nine children born to them, the four surviving are Dr. Oscar Tillie Helmcamp of Houston, Mrs. Andrew Alice Braikovich of Galveston, and Mrs. Harley Viola Cox of Houston.
Also surviving are seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The five children who preceded Mrs. Krejci in death were Mrs. Pallbearers were Henry Brasher Jr. Brasher, John Hajovsky, Ed. In the death of Mr. Phillip Kretschmer, who departed this life on the 19 instant, Columbus loses one of her old-time business men, who has been a resident of the city for twenty-one years. He died after a three weeks' illness of inflammation of the bowels and other maladies, in his forty-eighth year.
He was born at Maffersdorf, Bohemia, April, , and in his twenty-fourth year removed to Weimar in this county, where he resided about eighteen months, coming to Columbus in He assisted the late Mr.
Theodore Harde in business until his death last Thursday. Kretschmer was of a quiet, unobtrusive disposition, attending strictly to his own business, and had many friends among those who knew him best. His remains were committed to earth last Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock under the auspices of Odd Fellows and Hermann Sons, the Rev. Howard officiating at the residence and the grave. To the bereaved relatives the Citizen tenders sorrowful sympathy.
Funeral services were held at 10 a. She had been a resident of the Ramsey and Eagle Lake area since She married Hillie John Kretzschmar, on November 6, and he preceeded[sic] her in death November 16, Survivors include, daughters, Mrs. Five grand and 11 great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and a host of loved ones.
From the Eagle Lake Headlight we learn of the death of Mr. Kretzschmar, a native of Colorado county, which occurred at the family home at Ramsey Sunday before last, aged 64 years. He was born on Feb. He served at the rank of Sgt. Alternate pallbearer was Elton Varnadore. May 24, he married Lucille Duddleston in the Lutheran parsonage in Sealy, because the bridge on the road to Columbus was out.
Frostbite damaged his feet, a life-long affliction. He was discharged honorably in After the war he worked for A. Struss Auto Supply, and owned and operated an appliance store. He also worked at the funeral home. He loved to travel, having owned two camping trailers and two motor homes. This past Thanksgiving he visited family members in Littleton, CO. He loved woodworking making magazine holders, napkin holders, dust pans, crosses, tables and various other wood products.
He loved music and always had a hymn request on hymn request Sunday. Pastors Bill Mosley and Walter Miller, presiding. A lifelong resident of our area, Mr. Kretzschmar worked as a carpenter for R. Reese Contracting of Eagle Lake most of his life. He loved the outdoors and spent as much time as he could with nature. He gained a great deal of expertise in bee-keeping and was noted for raising queen bees which he shipped throughout the U S.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Mrs. Vellie Grote Kretzschmar, in ; his daughter in , Mrs. Gladys May Schenk; one sister and three brothers. Survivors include his granddaughter, Mrs. Gladys Stansberry of Austin; two great grandchildren, Blayne and Meagan Stansberry, both of Austin; a brother, Ruben Kretzschmar of El Paso; numerous nieces, and nephews, other relatives and loved ones.
Funeral services were held at 2: Interment followed at the Lakeside Cemetery of Eagle Lake. Pallbearers were Henry Kretzschmar, Sr. She was born Sept. She was rancher and homemaker. She also loved gardening, flowers; especially zinnias and her devoted and best companion Bingo, the boxer dog.
Warschak; and sister, Lola Cejka. She is survived by her sister, Maurine Schley and husband Marvin, of Lone Oak; sister-in-law, Margaret Warschak of Bernardo; two nieces and two nephews.
Funeral services took place June 24 at Henneke Funeral Home. Interment followed at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery in Frelsburg. Funeral services for Oswald H. Kretzschmar, 56, were conducted from the Lutheran Church Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Mr Kretzschmar's death occurred Wednesday afternoon after an illness of several weeks. On May 15th he married Miss Emma Venghaus.
The family lived at Yoakum for four years and then returned to Colorado County where they lived near Altair, near Mentz and in Columbus. John's Lutheran Church in Cat Spring. Burial wa[s] held at Lakeside Cemetery. She was a Eagle Lake resident for 50 years and a member of Lutheran Faith. She was born Dec. She married Ladik Krhovjak Oct.
She had been a residet of Glidden since Anthony Catholic Church in Columbus. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband and daughter, Shirley Alleyn. She is survived by her son, Don W. Krhovjak of Houston; foster daughter, Susan and husband Dr. Funeral services took place June 28 at St. In-terment followed at St. Frank Kristek early Monday morning, there passed from among us one of the early settlers of this section, and a man who was highly regarded by all who knew him. He was a quiet, good, peaceloving man, and surrounded by every comfort that loving hands could.
Kristek was born in Austria in , and came to this country in , first settling in the Bluff Settlement, in Fayette county, where the greater part of his life was spent. For the last fifteen to eighteen years he had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. John Janak, near the southeastern city limits. John Janak of this community, and one child dead.
Kristek's wife preceded him to the grave some thirty-five years ago. The remains were laid to rest in St. Albina was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She spent her life caring for her home, garden, and flowers.
She was a hardworking woman whose tasks ranged from picking cotton and pecans to working in the hydroponic greenhouses in Weimar. She was a country girl at heart. She enjoyed making kolaches and homemade egg noodles that could often be found everywhere in the house. Krizak died at 2 a. Thursday as she was being taken to the hospital after her condition had suddenly worsened.
She had been ill about two months. She was married to Joe F. Krizak in and he died in The last 43 years she had made her home with her daughter and son-in-law, the Milton Hoffmanns, near Oakland. She was a member of Weimar United Church of Christ. Charlie Edna Fojt of Baytown, Mrs. Emil Bessie Dusek and Mrs.
Hilton Lottie Leppin of Weimar, Mrs. Eddie Loretta Hoffmann and Mrs. Milton Margaret Hoffmann of Oakland, Mrs. August Hattie Schlebach of Schulenburg and Mrs. Victor Viola Melnar of Hallettsville; 34 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren; one brother, Ed Barton of Weimar, and one sister, Mrs.
Barbara Brunkenhoefer of Weimar. Fojt, Kenneth Krizak, and Eugene Krizak. Krizak, Earl Leppin and Louis Krizak. Annie Theresa Krizak, 64, a resident of Baytown 41 years, were held Friday morning in Baytown with final graveside rites at 4 p. Friday afternoon in Weimar. Krizak of W. Main died at 5: Wednesday in a Baytown hospital. She is survived by her husband, Melvin J. Krizak and Daniel J. Krizak, all of Baytown; one daughter, Mrs. Agnes Clawson of Baytown and Mrs.
Edith Florus of Crosby; one brother, C. Dutch Ptacek of Baytown. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren. A liturgical wake was held on Thursday night at Earthman Chapel. Services Friday were held at 8: Joseph's Catholic Church with Msgr. Denis Kennedy of St. The graveside service Friday afternoon was at St.
Michael's Cemetery in Weimar. Burial was under direction of Earthman Funeral Home. The death of Mr. Joe Krizak came as a shock to his family and many friends. Krizak was 62 years old. He was the father of twelve children and several grandchildren. He purchased the August Strunk farm, about 2 miles from Oakland, several years ago and had resided here up to the time of his death. Krizak was a good citizen and was highly esteemed throughout this community.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to his wife and children. May God in His love and mercy, comfort them in their great loss. Among those present at the funeral of Mr. Joe Krizak at this place last Friday afternoon were Mr. Melvin Krizak and Mrs. They returned home Saturday. The Mercury of last issue briefly mentioned the death of Mr.
Krizak, whose death occurred in a Halletsville hospital Wednesday night of last week, following a severe operation a few days previous. Krizak was born Dec. He left his home in Rakovic, Austria, at an early age to emigrate to this country.
He sailed from Bremen, Germany, on the first day of October , and arrived in Galveston on the 29th day of October, same year. He first made his home in the Holman section north of Weimar, then moved to Weimar, where he engaged in the gin business, and for a time was in partnership with John Janak, Sr.
Afterward he engaged in farming and some years ago bought a large, fine farm in the Oakland section, where he and his family resided up to the time of his death. Twelve children were born to this union. He leaves to mourn his departure, besides his widow, the following children: He was 62 years, 10 months and 27 days old at time of death.
Joe Krizak was well and favorably known throughout this section, where he had spent the best years of his life. He was a hard working man, an upright, good citizen, a devoted husband and father, highly regarded by neighbors and friends and his passing is noted with sincere regret by all.
He was born on Dec. He attended Oakland School and obtained a business administration degree from Blinn College in Brenham. He worked as a rancher, a mechanic for Loessin's and Brasher's in Weimar and for a few years in Angleton for Shell Oil.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Dec. Interment followed in the Masonic Cemetery in Weimar. Grandsons served as active and honorary pallbearers. Millie, as she was known to many, was born March 31, in Czechoslovakia, the fourth child of Anna and Joseph Krejci.
The family immigrated to Texas, and started farming in the Weimar area. Millie married William Krizak on Nov. Survivors include; a sister, Libuse Krejci Rosenbaum; her children: The funeral took place at the Masonic Cemetery in this city the following day, under the auspices of the S.
Lodge, of which he had long been a member. Comforting words were spoken at the home and at the grave by Jos. Barton of this city, representing said lodge. Kroboth was born Nov. He emigrated to this country in , first settling at Schulenburg. About ten years ago he moved to the vicinity of Borden, where he purchased a large farm, and lived there up to the time of his death. Kroboth was the father of thirteen children, of whom eleven are still living.
Kroboth was a hard working, successful farmer, known and like by a large circle of friends throughout this section. He leaves a widow and eleven children, to whom the heartfelt sympathy of all is extended. Funeral services were held for N. Kromeich Friday at the Baptist church. He was 59 years of age. On January 26, he was united in marriage to Mrs. Death came June 16 in Houston where he had been for some time receiving medical aid. He is survived by his wife, one sister and one brother, three half sisters and three half brothers, including J.
Moss of this place. He passed away in Houston, Texas, June 16, at the age of 59 years, 11 months and 10 days. He was united in marriage to Mrs. The evidence that remains as a dear memory to loved ones is that he passed this life with hope in Christ Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery at Frelsburg. Rosary was recited at 6: Monday at the funeral home.
Krueger's body was found Saturday night in a ditch on a county road a mile east of Frelsburg, the sheriff's office reported.
The body was lying In a bar ditch just west of the entrance to the Schutte Mill, officers said. A pathologist ruled that the death was the result of acute alcoholism. An investigation into circumstances surrounding Krueger's death was continuing, the sheriff's office said.
Survivors include his father; 4 sisters, Mrs. Harry Supak of Eagle Lake, Mrs. Rudy Jurecka of Fayetteville, Mrs. Serving as pallbearers were Emil Gully Jr. Noska, Sylvester Zapalac Jr. A German on Mr. He left a family--some of them I think large enough to help in the farm work.
We regret to note the death of Mr. The deceased has live in this community for several years and ws an honest, hard working and worthy citizen and his loss will be severely felt by the citizens of this neighborhood. Gottfried Krieger, a well known farmer of the Borden section, died Wednesday night, of tuberculosis, and was buried the following day in the cemetery west of town. He was a member of Weimar Hermann Soehne lodge and was buried under the auspices of that order.
Krueger was found dead at his residence April 3. He was a veteran of the Korean War and an oilfield worker. Survivors include 5 sisters, Mrs. Rudie Jurecka of Fayetteville, Mrs. Eugene Gay of Eagle Lake, Mrs. Gary Swenson of Ft. Knesek Chapel and Koenig Funeral Home were in charge of arrangements. He was born Nov. Funeral services were at 2 p. Krueger was a resident of the Weimar area from the time of her marriage to Gottfried Krueger until , when she moved to Edinberg.
Krueger died in She was a native of Europe, the daughter of Mrs. Frank Beck, with whom she came to this country when she was 15 years old. Augusta Peters of Weimar; a son, Charles Krueger of Brazoria; 9 grand-children and 4 great-grandchildren. Two sons, World War I veterans, preceded her in death. Otto Krueger died in and Fritz Krueger in Attending the funeral from here were John Peters Sr. Miss Annie Krug died last Saturday morning at the residence of Mrs.
Stupl of this city, where she has resided for several years. Her remains were committed to earth, in the city cemetery at 4 o'clock Sunday evening. Father Spinneweber of the Bernard officiating. The funeral took place Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Michael's Cemetery , this city, Revs. Szymanski and Anders officiating in the presence of a large assemblage of mourning relatives and friends. Kruppa was born March 25,, in Czecho-Slovakia; died Dec.
Frank Lacina of Schulenburg, Mrs. Henry Mosizek of Jourdanton, Mrs. John Baca of El Campo, Mrs. John Krecmer of Weimar. Kruppa was a hard working, industrious, successful farmer, a good husband and father, ever proving himself a true friend and neighbor, and was held in high esteem by all who knew him. His death is deeply and sincerely deplored by a large circle of friends throughout this section.
Funeral services for Joe A. Kruppa, 53, were held Friday morning at St. Rosa Catholic Church in Schulenburg.
Interment was in St. Kruppa who was 53 years of age, died at the family residence about three miles east of Schulenburg Wednesday morning. The body of Richard J. Kruppa, 40, Schulenburg feed store manager, was found on the bank of the Navidad between Schulenburg and Oakland Friday night, a. He had been missing since Thursday. His family said he had been in ill health the past two months.
Last August Lee Prause took his own life under similar circumstances. Two weeks later Ed Seidenberger killed himself with a shotgun.
A bachelor, he made his home with a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. His parents were the late Mr. Rose Catholic Church, with Rev. Eustace Hermes officiating Interment was in St.
Rhine Winkler and Jerome Holub, also Legion members, served as honor guard. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Martha Jurak of Schulenburg, Mrs. Rudolph Elsie Solansky of Weimar, and Mrs. Joe Kruppa aged 43 wife of a well known farmer of the Navidad section.
She leaves a husband, one son and three daughters. The funeral will take place at St. Friends of the family are invited to be present. News of the death of Mrs. Kruppa occasioned much sadness. Knippa died Wednesday afternoon of last week at 4 o'clock and the remains were laid to rest Friday morning at 9 o'clock, interment being made in the Weimar Catholic Cemetery , with Revs.
Kruppa was born in Weimar, Colorado county, Nov. She leaves to mourn her passing her grief stricken husband, one son, Richard, and three daughters, Elsie and Josie, and two brothers, Joe and Ed Hanzelka of Weimar. Those from a distance attending the funeral were: Henry Mozisek and daughter, Mrs. Edmund Kruppa and son, all of El Campo; Mr. Frank Kruppa and daughters, Elsie and Edna, Mrs. John Stolle and baby of Smithville, and Mr. Richard Kruppa of LaGrange. Miss Krutilek was born in Weimar but had moved to the El Campo section many years ago.
She was a distant relative of Mr. Otto Barta of Weimar. Mary Krutilek, a former resident of this community, but living at El Campo for a number of years past, died at El Campo Wednesday of last week, aged 76 years.
Dobes of Houston performing the burial ceremony, a number of relatives and friends of he family being present to witness the last sad rites. Krutilek at one time lived on the old Falwell place a few miles southwest of town, but for the past twenty years had made her home in El Campo with her son, Joe Krutilek.
Krutilek of Ennis, Mrs. Joe Kunetka of Dubina, Mrs. She was a devoted wife and mother, a good, christian woman, loved by all who knew her, and her death is sincerely deplored. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the bereaved ones. He moved to Colorado co. After his retirement he enjoyed raising cattle and making homemade wine. He loved listening to polka music, telling stories to his grandchildren and playing dominoes with his family on Sundays. Jerry's smile and wonderful sense of humor will be missed by his family and friends.
He is preceded in death, by his parents, 6 sisters, 1 brother, and a son, Louis R. Kuba, a Houston Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty in Mary's Cemetery in Nada, Texas.
Visitation was held Wednesday, Nov. Annie Kubac, who died Thursday, Aug. Burial was in the church cemetery. Kubac had been ill only one day, having entered the hospital Wednesday. Born in Europe on July 26, , she came to America with her parents while she was a baby.
They settled in the rural area of Weimar, and she lived the rest of her life here. The past 23 years she had lived in town. She was married to Frank Kubac Nov.