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Angela Williamson is taking on the boys club, that mechanical bull that thought they could just flick her off in eight seconds and prepare for the next bitch that needs to keep her mouth shut.
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Eugene Nee officiated at the Requiem Mass and graveside services with interment in St. Bohlmann, the last surviving member of her immediate family, was born Jan.
Rose Catholic Church to Paul Bohlmann and the couple settled in Lavaca County where she resided until several months ago.
She was a member of St. Bohlmann, age 67 years and ten months, passed away at his home Saturday, January 24, following an illness of about five months duration.
In , he came to this country with his brother, Frank, landing at Galveston at the age of eleven. They settled in Lavaca County where Mr. Bohlmann spent the remainder of his life.
In , he was united in marriage to Miss Louisa Stanzel and to this union two sons Henry and Charles, were born. Bohlmann spent about thirty-seven years on the old homestead near Schulenburg, in Lavaca County.
He was a member of the O. Funeral services were held on Monday, January 26, from the F. Stanzel home at 2: Leo Goertz officiated at the last rites.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Wallace, Luling; three half-sisters, Mrs. Morris, San Antonio; and Mrs. Pall bearers were Frank J.
She was a patient at the La Grange Hospital and came from near Giddings. Services were held Tuesday afternoon at 3: Funeral was in charge of Koenig Funeral Home.
Funeral Services for Mrs. Buehrle of Elgin officiated. Burial was in the La Grange City Cemetery. Bohot died in the Fayette Memorial Hospital on May 18 from complications resulting from a gunshot wound suffered during a firearms mishap while seated in the family vehicle.
Lois von Rosenberg Todd. She was united in marriage with Mr. She had lived in La Grange the past 17 years of her life since moving here with her family in John Matocha and Julius Petru officiated at the mass and at the graveside Friday morning.
John Mikulik, Corpus Christi; Mrs. Frank Mikulik, New Orleans, La. Willie Pavlas, Komensky, and Mrs. Visitation will be held on Sunday, Dec. The recitation of the rosary will be held on Monday, Dec.
James Catholic Church at 10 a. Graveside services and interment will follow at 3 p. Johnnie was born on Oct. He was a graduate of Komensky and Moulton high Schools.
He proudly served his country as a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force, serving both on active duty and in the reserves. He started his own professional engineering and surveying firm after retirement from the U.
Soil Conservation Service in He taught us to work and to play. He taught us to save and to give. He taught us to cherish the blessing of our family by sharing the stories of our heritage.
Johnnie was preceded in death by his parents, brother, E. Frank Bohuslav and sister, Marcella Hanslik.
Bohuslav and wife, Filecia; Michael J. Bohuslav and wife, Anne; Thomas R. Bohuslav and wife, Katy; and James A. Bohuslav and wife, Lisa; 10 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; He is also survived by his brothers, Ivan Bohuslav and wife, Margie; Frank Bohuslav and wife, Georgia; and Ben Bohuslav and wife, Lou; and brother-in-law, Herman Hanslik and wife, Palmae; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. James Catholic Church, S. Camp, Seguin, Texas, You are invited to sign the guestbook at www. The remains of Pfc.
Bohuslav, who was killed in action in North Africa February 3, , arrived in Moulton Wednesday, September 22, about Members of Geier-Merrem Post No.
Post escorted the remains to the Smith Funeral Chapel, where the Rosary was recited at 8: Funeral services began at the Funeral Chapel Thursday at 8: Interment was in the Praha Catholic Cemetery.
The American Legion and the V. Posts had charge of the graveside ceremony. Moulton business houses remained closed for 2 hours in tribute to the fallen soldier.
Bohuslav reached the age of 21 years, 3 months and 15 days. He is survived by his parents, Mr. Helen Fundling and Mrs.
At the farm home of Mr. Bolfik, who live, as best we can learn, between Holman and LaGrange, quite a tragedy was enacted Thursday of last week.
As well as we could obtain particulars. Bolfik had gone to the field to carry water to her husband, who was at work, leaving her 2-year-old daughter, Annie Marie, in charge of an older brother, Clarence, 5 years old.
In playing about the yard the little girl fell into a large twelve-gallon crock partially filled with water and was drowned when the mother returned.
Her little brother made frantic efforts to get her out of the crock, but was unsuccessful. The little body was hurriedly taken to the LaGrange Hospital, but the spark of life had departed forecer.
Flachmeier officiated and burial was in the New City cemetery. The deceased, a lifetime resident of Fayette County was born at Frelsburg on February 19, In October he was united in marriage with Ida Schaefer.
He is survived by the following; Mrs. Louise Koehler of La Grange and Mrs. Louis Bollmeyer, retired La Grange businessman, died at his home Friday at the age of 82 years.
Bollmeyer was a lifetime resident of this city. Bollmeyer was born here on March 7, , the son of Mr. He was married to the former Marie Schaefer on September 4, Bollmeyer was born in La Grange Aug.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 10 a. Heise officiating, and burial was in the New City Cemetery. Louis Bollmeyer of La Grange; and one sister, Mrs.
Died at Winchester, Oct. La Grange, Texas, May 7. Services were held at Hostyn for John Bordovsky, 80, pioneer resident of this area, who died here.
Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Joe Hrachovy of Ellinger, Mrs. John Lichnovsky of Moore, Okla. Anton Darilek of pflugerville, and Mrs.
Friends here were inexpressibly shocked Sunday morning to learn of the sudden and unexpected death of Mrs. Bosl, wife of Editor E.
Bosl, of the Schulenburg Sticker. Bosl was in apparent good health Friday night up to 11 o'clock, when suddenly attacked with pains similar to acute indigestion.
The family physician was hurriedly summoned and did all in his power to alleviate her suffering, but without avail. It was decided ot take here to the hospital at LaGrange and this was done at daybreak Saturday morning.
Arriving there an operation was considered imperative and this was performed at once, but the patient never rallied, and at 11 o'clock that night — just twenty-four hours after she was first attacked — this good wife and mother breathed her last.
The remains were tenderly prepared for burial, returned to the family home at Schulenburg, and at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon were committed to mother earth in the family burial plot at Alleyton.
Bosl was a lovable woman in every respect. Those who knew and loved her are unstinted in their praise of her many endearing taits of character.
A devoted wife and mother, a thoughtful friend and neighbor, a lady of many accomplishments, she endeared herself to all who met her.
In her passing there are many hearts deeply and inexpressibly saddened. She leaves a heart-broken husband, two little sons, besides a large number of relatives and friends.
To the bereaved husband in the loss of his beloved life companion, and to the little sons so suddenly bereft of a mother's care and love, our heartfelt sympathy goes out.
May the Blessed Savior who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb be merciful to them and comfort them as He alone can. Brother Bosl, our heart goes out to you in your terrible, irreparable misfortune!
Florence Barry Bosl, owner and executive editor of the Schulenburg Sticker , died in Houston early Sunday morning of a heart attack.
She was 58 years of age. Interment was in the Schulenburg City Cemetery. Bosl was born in Granger and grew up in Rosebud. After graduation from the University of Texas with a business administration degree, she took a job teaching school.
The 2 were married and Mrs. Bosl joined her editor-husband in running the Sticker. After her husband died in , she continued her work with the Sticker, and began a new career as an international correspondent and goodwill ambassador.
Bosl covered stories for The Associated Press in Venezuela and the Dominican Republic and lectured on a country tour of Europe in In addition to her lecture tours, goodwill ambassadorships, she continued active in the Sticker until She also served as a member of the Texas Gulf Coast Press Association and was on that organization's board of directors from to Her name and biography appear in Foremost Women in Communications.
The International Biography, compiled in London, lists Mrs. Bosl as an American specialist in international relations and communications.
She was elected to receive the Texas Woman of Achievement Award in and was an honorary admiral in the Texas Navy. Survivors include 3 sisters, Mrs.
Paul Grogan of Conroe, Mrs. Al Davis of LaPorte and Mrs. Fred Heard of Lake Charles, La. Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Mary Boudarer, aged 58 years and her remains were interred in the City Cemetery last Thursday at 4: Bohmfalk of Freybury [sic], officiating.
Boudarer was born in Basel, Switzerland, and came to this country in She leaves two children, Mrs. Wilks of this city, and Mrs Fred Weggers of Shiner, and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her demise.
Our sincere sympathy is extended. Katie Bowman, a pioneer lady of this section and a highly esteemed citizen, passed away at 2: Moellenberndt Saturday afternoon at three o'clock, Rev.
Interement was in the new cemetery [La Grange City Cemetery]. Bowman, aged 43 years, is survived by one son, Eddie, and two daughters, Lois and Elizabeth; one sister, Mrs.
Phillips, and her mother, besides other relatives, and a host of friends are left to mourn the going of this one who was loved by all.
Bowman was a native of LaGrange. Friday morning the writer in company with Editor Theuer of the Volksfreund, and Messrs. Pennington went to LaGrange for the purpose of witnessing the the [sic] legal execution of one John Boyd, colored, for the crime of rape.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Nickel, our deputy tax assessor, we were procured admission tickets. Later our affable Sheriff permitted us to visit the jail and view the victim and other prisoners, several of whom are from this city and vicinity.
Zapp stepped up to the cell occupied by Boyd and read to him the death warrant. The negro, if at all affected by the instrument, gave no outward show.
William Nickles, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, spoke to the condemned man, recited the trials of Jesus Christ and asked him if he did not desire to make a talk or to pray.
To this offer there was only a shake of the head. Zapp than [sic] stepped into the cell and the prisoner was led to the scaffold. He walked erect and seemed more possessed than the big sheriff whose duty it was under the law to execute him.
The steps of the scaffold were climbed with the same ease, and when the top was reached he took the seat at the left and awaited the command to stand upon the trap.
A test of his pulse at this moment registered 84 per minute. Nickles again admonished him to make peace with hisGod [sic], and asked him if he wanted to make a brief talk to the people and asked that they lead a good life.
He listened and noted the approval to the recital, but did not desire to make a statement. The fall broke his neck At The body was permitted to hang until The body was then lowered, placed in the coffin prepared for him and then carried to the colored cemetery.
None of his people except one aunt came to see him. The execution was as private as possible, a wall having been erected in the rear of the jail where the scaffold, upon which Clay Ford, a negro, was hanged for the killing of an aged negress in , was built.
The rope was purchased by Sheriff Loessin eight years ago. It was to be used to hang a negro from Winchester, this county for a similar crime, but, after conviction and sentence, it was proven that the negro was only 17 years old when the offense was committed, and the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment.
Newspaper reporters, doctors and officers were given admission tickets. The death watch was placed on duty the first of the week, but this did not seem to trouble the criminal.
In fact, he was quite unruly, and the balance of the prisoners in jail were somewhat afraid of him. When this was done Boyd told the big sheriff that he wanted no more of such callers, nor did he solicit their advice.
He further stated that he would go to hell without the damn preachers. Upon several occasions Boyd has been very unruly, and at times the jailer was compelled to use a club to subdue him.
He has always been known as a worthless negro, and his demeanor since his confinement coroborates [sic] this testimony.
Boyd was born and raised near Weimar in Colorado county, but as soon as he became old enough to earn a few nickels wandered about.
The woman came to her home from the field and was approached by the negro as she came to the yard. After accomplishing his hellish purpose the black brute ran away, leaving his victim lying on the ground partly unconscious.
The crime was committed during the absence of her husband, who had gone to Schulenburg to market some potatoes.
After recovering consciousness the victim went to the nearest neighbor and gave the alarm. The entire citizenship of Schulenburg, Engle and Flatonia was aroused, and officers from those places and also from LaGrange and citizens began to search, the latter with the determination that has so often been demonstrated in cases of this nature.
Frank Johnson and Deputy Sheriff Will Loessin of LaGrange captured the brute near Schulenburg and at once took him to the scene of his crime, where he was positively identified by his victim.
But the crowd grew rapidly in numbers and congregated to the rear of the hall, and for quite a while it seemed as though a rush would be made for the building and the brute secured.
Will Loessin, the deputy sheriff, had secretly ordered a buggy and horse, requesting that the animal be tied in the front of the building.
While the crowd was clamoring at the rear entrance the officer made his way to the front of the building, hurried the prisoner into the buggy and was off before the angry people knew of his intention.
In fact he was five miles from town when the crowd was informed that the negro had been taken away. The negro was placed in jail, and has been there for over three years.
As the crime was committed in June the brute was fed at the expense of the county until District Court met in November.
On Wednesday, December 19th, Boyd was placed on trial. The first witness for the state was Mrs. On direct examination she fully identified the negro.
Upon cross examination one of the most remarkable incidents ever witnessed in a court room took place. Barash was removed from the court room and then the defendant, together with his counsel, retired from the court room.
While out another negro changed clothes with the defendant, and together still with another negro, returned to the court room.
There was a remarkable resemblance between the two negroes and the defendant. Barash was then brought back into the court room and resumed her testimony upon cross examination.
Counsel for defendant after asking many questions, suddenly asked the witness to point out the defendant. The case was carried to the criminal court of appeals and the judgment of the lower court was affirmed.
This occurred in May Moore sentenced the negro to hang on Friday January 8th, Died, in this city, Wednesday night, october 11, , at Boykin, aged 8 years and 10 months.
The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the residence of Mrs. Ballard at 5 o'clock. Boykin live between Weimar and Schulenburg.
Their little daughter was visiting at Mrs. Ballard's when taken ill. Boykin heartfelt sympathy in this hour of sadness and gloom. Braddock, died at his home near Flatonia, on Thursday, Jan.
He leaves a large family of small children and a wife to mourn his departure. The Argus extends to the afflicted relatives its sincere sympathy.
LaGrange, Texas, November Ever since the firm failed he has been greatly troubled and his death was brought on by dislocation of the heart.
Soon afterward he married Miss S. Haynie and engaged in the general merchandise business with Mr. Hill in , and in Hill sold out to J.
Bradshaw was one of the most popular men in the state and was liked and esteemed by all who knew him. He was a kind and loving father and husband.
He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his death. The funeral took place at 4: He was a member of the Masonic order, Knights of Pythias and Knights of Honor, all of which turned out in full force.
He was buried with Masonic rites. Bradshaw has done more for LaGrange than any other man here and whenever a young as well as an old person needed help they did not hesitate to seek him for needs as well as advice.
The familly and relatives have the deepest sympathy of the entire community. Thursday morning at 9 o'clock Amzi Bradshaw, age 63 years, passed out of this world at his home here.
At this writing the funeral arrangements have not been made. Deceased is survived by his wife, two sons, Bob of Houston and Beverley of here; two daughters, Mrs.
Two sisters, one in Houston and one in California, also survive. Bradshaw was a life long citizen of LaGrange, his father having served Fayette county as treasurer for many years.
The death of R. Bradshaw of LaGrange has caused sincere regret among our citizens. Monday morning the sad news spread over the city that our beloved county treasurer, R.
His death, due to heart failure, was a great shock to our community, as many of our citizens had seen and spoken to him Sunday morning while on his way to spend a day at the farm home of B.
Bradshaw was born in Bedford county, Tennessee, on November 6, , and in , with his parents moved to LaGrange; started a mercantile business in this city in ; three years later he joined a cavalry regiment and served as a private.
Bradshaw was elected county treasurer, but it was not until February, , before he qualified and assumed charge of the office, the former incumbent making a contest.
He has filled this position of trust and honor continuously since, a period of thirty-one years — the best proof of the implicit confidence the people of old Fayette had placed in his honesty and reliability.
At the time of his death, besides being county treasurer, Mr. Bradshaw was vice-president of the First National Bank of this city.
In August, , he was married to Miss Anna L. Cook of this county, with three children Amzi, Mrs. White and Miss Mable — survive him.
The funeral took place Tuesday morning from his late residence, and was one of the largest ever seen in this city; many citizens from different parts of the county were in attendance, which plainly showed the high esteem in which the deceased was held.
Religious services were conducted by Rev. Drake of Austin of the Presbyterian church. In the death of Mr. Bradshaw, the city, as well as the county, losses [sic] a most valuable citizen, and the vacancy will be hard to fill.
Out of respect for the deceased, all offices in the court house, as well as all business houses in the city, were closed during the time for the funeral.
The pall bearers were: Died, at LaGrange, Jan. Brady, wife of Mr. Brady, aged 22 years. The death of this lady was very sudden. As late as last Friday she was up and able to attend to her household duties.
She was married to Mr. Brady only a few weeks ago, and to be snatched, as it were, from her loving husband and friends, in her youth, buoyant and in the hope of a life of happiness and prosperity, does seem hard to bear.
But the ways of Providence are inscrutable and all should submit without murmuring to his deserves. Ein wenige Tage altes Kind des Hrn A.
Bräuer ist gestorben und Frau Bräuer liegt schwer krank darnieder. Moebus, her pastor, pay a worthy tribute and witness the placing the body to its last rest in the Trinity Hill cemetery.
Many, not related to the deceased, will miss the kindly disposed woman who, meeting the vicissitudes of life, leaned smilingly on the staff the Savior tendered.
As the flowers were banked high, the spontaneous thought of all formed the welcome wish: Brandes, had she lived until Friday of this week, would have been 71 years of age.
When 7 years old, He who works in a mysterious way, decreed that she be left an orphan, both of her parents joined the ever increasing majority, and she was taken under the protecting influence of her aunt and uncle.
The rites of confirmation she received at the age of 14 years. And then fell to her the coldness of the hour, the compulsion to face the world and earn her own livelihood.
Her brothers and sisters, with the exception of one, Paul Kramer, died within a few years after the demise of her parents.
As a domestic servant she battled on until the appeal came to go to America, the land of great promise. Brother and sister made the sea voyage in , and shortly after their arrival, Mrs.
Brandes made her home in Fayette county, where she continued to live until the last summons were issued. Her brother died in San Antonio 30 years ago.
Moebus, paid this merited tribute to Mrs. Brandes, a devout and faithful member of the Trinity Hill Lutheran church, 3 miles west from La Grange: Their union had been blessed with eleven children, three sons died in infancy: Paul, Eric and John.
Elfrieda, wife of C. The congregation thus loses a faithful member, the children a loving pious mother, all of us a kind-hearted friend. Our loss however, is her gain as we confidently hope.
Many of the readers of The Journal will remember Mr. He is dead, and The Journal clips the following from the Victoria Advocate, announcing his death:.
Brandes, in this city after a brief illness. Though 78 years of age, he had enjoyed excellent health to the time of the fatal attack — erysipelas in the face.
The deceased was born in Mecklenburg, Germany, October 25, He emigrated to the United States in , settling in Fayette county.
There he engaged in teaching — an occupation which he followed for 38 years. He also at various times, held the office of Justice of the Peace in that county.
About twelve years ago he came to Victoria, and took charge of the Lutheran school. His aged wife and five children survive him. The funeral took place Thursday evening, the obsequies being conducted by Rev.
Alex Brandstaetter who served throughout the war between the states in the 3rd Regiment Texas Volunteer Infantry died at his home on the Col.
Moore place seven miles from town Friday morning and was buried in the Moore burying ground Saturday morning. Brandstaetter was 74 years of age and leaves a widow and several grown children to mourn his demise.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, Sept. He had been ill about six months. Services were held at Hubbard Funeral Home with the Rev.
Burial was in the Brandt family cemetery at Holman. He was born Feb. They settled at Holman, and on Dec.
Brandt married Miss Julia Hickel. Surviving are four sons, Oscar G. Elo Witt of Holman and Mrs. Brandt of Arkansas and Theodore H.
Brandt of Osage; and one sister, Mrs. Charles Kahlden of Osage. Three daughters and a son preceded him in death. Brasher, Frank Vacek and Frank Kahlich.
Julia Brandt, 80, wife of George Brandt Sr. Brandt died at 1: Born in Austria, the daughter of Mr.
Kasper Hickel, she came to America with her parents when she was 8 years old. The family settled in the Ammannsville section.
Surviving in addition to her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Three daughters and a son preceded her in death; Mrs. Tillie Genzer of Wharton died in at the age of 52; Emilia died at the age of 8, Julia Ann as an infant, and Teddy Brandt at the age of Brandt were six grandsons, Wm.
Brandt, a retired farmer and lifelong resident of the Weimar area, died of a heart attack at the home of a sister, Mrs. Hilda Tengler, at Columbus.
He was not married. Karm of Houston and Mrs. A brother and a sister, Herbert and Elsie, died in childhood. Another brother, Adolph, died in The deceased leaves a husband and a large family of children to mourn her death.
The Journal extends to them its sincere condolence in this sad bereavement. Ed Branecky, 67 year old Flatonia farmer and rancher, was killed instantly Thursday morning August 9 when he fell from a tractor and underneath a rotary shredder on the farm of his daughter, Mrs.
Charles Vrana, east of Flatonia. Vrana, her father apparently lost his balance when he reached for the power take off at the back of the tractor and fell with the moving shredder going over him.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday morning at 8: Burial was in Flatonia Catholic Cemetery. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Werner Klosel of Richmond, Mrs.
Frank Holubec of Bryan , Mrs. Charlie Vrana of Flatonia, Mrs. Ludwig Hajek and Mrs. Bohumil Vrana of Victoria, His mother, Mrs. Pauline Branecky of Schulenburg, three brothers and three sisters and 32 grandchildren.
Edward Branecky, 67, of Flatonia was killed instantly last Thursday morning when he fell from his moving tractor under a rotary shredder as he was attempting to work the power takeoff.
The accident, which occured on the farm of Mrs. Branecky's daughter, two miles east of Flatonia, was witnessed by Mrs.
Vrana and her eight children. Vrana's husband died less than a year ago of a heart attack at the age of Frank Branecky, aged 78 years, died at his home near Praha on Saturday afternoon, January The remains were taken here to the home of his brother, John Branecky, from where the funeral took place Monday morning, January 12 at 9: The family will receive visitors from 5: A rosary will be held at 6: A mass will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Burial will follow the service at He was the youngest son of John and Paulina Machac Branecky.
James attended Branecky School. After selling his acreage, he moved to Galveston and worked at Falstaff Brewery. Then he trained as a pipefitter and welder.
He has been a member of Local , U. They especially thank Dr. Elmer Vogelpohl for his years of care. He had been in the hospital only a week before he passed away.
Joseph's Catholic Church, Moulton. His entire lifetime was spent in farming, mainly northwest of Moulton, near Flatonia.
Joe Pustka of Yoakum delivered a Czech sermon. Interment was in the Flatonia Catholic Cemetery. Survivors include his widow of Flatonia, five sons: Four daughters also survive: Other survivors include his mother, Mrs.
Pauline Branecky of Flatonia; five brothers: Frank Masek of East Bernard; Mrs. Frank Fiedler of Flatonia; Mrs. Julia Pfister of New Braunfels and Mrs.
Clem Koblizek of Corpus Christi. Eight grandchildren and a number of other relatives and friends survive. Smith Funeral Home, Flatonia, We are sorry to report the death of Mrs.
Branecky which occurred last Wednesday. She was one of the oldest residents of this section, having reached the age of We extend sympathy to the bereaved ones.
Mary Branecky, 81, of Flatonia, died at 1: Saturday in a Hallettsville nursing home. She was a native of Flatonia. Funeral services will be at 4 p.
Burial will be in the Flatonia Catholic Cemetery. Agnes Hajek of Victoria, Mrs. Emma Vrana of Flatonia, Mrs. Cecilia Vrana of Victoria, Mrs.
Pauline Klesel of Richmond, Mrs. Lillian Holubec of Bryan; 34 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Lois, the daughter of the late Adolph J.
She married Royce Otto Brauner on Nov. She was well-known for her delicious enchiladas. Rose Altar Society and a parishioner of St.
Rose of Lima Catholic Church. Lois enjoyed music and dancing, working crossword puzzles in ink, reading, cooking, embroidering, visiting, casino gambling, dominoes, tarocks, and especially enjoyed her family.
She was so proud to attend as many of the events her grandchildren and great-grandchildren participated in as her health allowed.
She also volunteered numerous hours helping others. Brauner was remembered and honored with a beautiful memorial service on Wednesday, Nov.
A parish and Altar Society rosary was said by Fr. Timothy Kosler of St. Rose Church officiated the Mass offering.
Granddaughter Staci Fike shared and offered words of remembrance of her grandmother. Interment was held in the Schulenburg City Cemetery.
Fike; and special family friend, Mike Olle. Boiler Kahlden, and one sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Grace Brauner and J. Yoder of Weimar; and 12 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Brauner was preceded in death by her parents, and husband Royce O. Services were under the direction of Schwenke-Baumgarten Funeral Home.
Brazda, who was buried in the Praha Catholic Cemetery, is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Katie Rosenauer and Mrs. Mary Brazda, 87, a resident of this section for 80 years.
Burial was in the Praha Catholic cemetery, Rev. She is survived by her husband, Joseph Brazda, Sr. Mary Chlebek and Mrs. Katie Rosenaur, all of this section.
Henry Breithaupt, an old citizen of Fayette couunty, died June 3 at his residence near Holman, aged 60 years, 6 months and 18 days. His death was caused by cancer of the stomach.
He was in bed ten weeks previous to his death, and endured terrible suffering. He leaves a wife and six childrren. He was buried on the 4th of June at the Geo.
The Mercury extends sincere sympthy to the bereaved relatvies. Breitkreuz died Monday morning, Aug. Breitkreuz married the late Arthur Henry Breitkreuz in in Weimar and moved to Houston where she lived until when she returned to La Grange.
She was a long time member of the United Evangelical Lutheran Church and was a retired farmer, rancher and homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years. Survivors include her son, Arthur H. Sixteen great-grandchildren also survive. Burial was in the Rutersville Cemetery.
She was born in Oldenburg on Sept. Brendle on April 3, , in Park. Her husband preceded her in death on September 3, She was a lifelong resident of the Oldenburg community.
He was born to Hugh I. Clarence Ehler officiated at the Lutheran burial service. Tommie was inducted into the Army on March 15, He served in South Pacific battles and was honorably discharged January 13, To this union are three children: Raymond Earl Brewer, Sr.
Survivors include his wife and children, five grandchildren, five ste-grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, one step-great-grandchild and one brother, Cecil Brewer of Flatonia.
Brewton, La Grange barber for 35 years, passed away Monday afternoon about 4 o'clock at his home following an extended illness.
Brewton was 56 years, 10 months and one day of age. Funeral services were conducted at the chapel of the Koenig Funeral Home Tuesday at 4: Linstrum of La Grange and Rev.
Boatman of San Antonio officiating. Interment was made in Williams Creek Cemetery. Brewton was born near Crockett in Houston County August 11, On June 15, , he was united in marriage with Miss Minnie Mensing.
Albricht of Robstown and Mrs. Breymann, the Schulenburg druggist, was reported in a dying condition Thursday morning, from dropsy. His numerous friends here were indeed pained to learn of it.
Although not unexpected Mr. He died in his 52d year and in his death Schulenburg lost a citizen who was popular and enjoyed the highest respect and esteem of the whole community.
He was a man who had many friends and no enemies. Paul Breymann was a model man, generous to a fault. His liberalty extended far beyond the knowledge of even his best friend.
No man, no matter how poor could come to Paul Breymann and ask for anything, but what he received it cheerfully. He came to this country in and first settled in Baltimore, Md.
Sunday, under the auspices of the A. Stahl, of Sweet Home, were here Sunday to attend Mr. On account of the death of Mr.
Breymann, the Opening Ball, which was to have taken place last Sunday was postponed and will be held at Turner hall, next Sunday, Sept.
Good music will be furnished. The public in general is cordially invited to attend. The news of the death of Mr. His death was caused from dropsy of the liver.
Breyman was a good citizen a faithful friend, and admired by all for his many good traits of head and heart.
His remains were laid to rest in the Schulenburg cemetery Sunday afternoon, the funeral procession being one of the longest ever seen in this section.
Our sincere sympathy is extended the bereaved family. LaGrange, Texas, August The boys' mother had forbidden them going in swimming in the creek near by, but the older brother disobeyed his mother and went in swimming anyway, telling his brother not to tell his mother on him.
The boy did tell on his brother and accordingly the slayer procured a pistol and shot his brother dead. The slayer was soon afterward arrested by Deputy Will Loessin.
Beside his widow, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. He suddenly dropped to the ground, and bystanders seeing it lifted him up and seated him on some lumber lying near by, but in a few minutes he was dead.
Brieger came to Texas from Silesia in his younger days, and has lived in Fayetteville about a quarter of a century. He was sixty-four years of age, and leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss.
His eldest child, a daughter, is married, and lives at Bartlett. He was laid to rest at the Protestant cemetery here, Rev. Briggs occurred at the home of her daughter in Galveston this morning, following a very brief illness.
She was 92 years of age, and a former resident of this place. Miss Bettie Fraser was born in Kentucky and came to this county in childhood.
Henry Clayton at Oaklan in After his death she married Mr. They lived here until a few years ago. She is survived by three children, Mr.
Jim Clayton of Dallas, Mr. Briggs of Port Arthur and Mrs. Elizabeth Turner Briggs, 92, will be sent to Schulenburg this evening for interment. Briggs died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
McInteer, Thirty-fifth St. Briggs, born in Kentucky, had lived in Texas 70 years. She came to Galveston five years prior to her death.
She was the wife of the late H. Briggs' first husband, H. Clayton, was a veteran of the Texas revolution. Her homestead was where the town of Schulenburg now is located.
She moved to Columbus in and lived there until five years ago, when she came to Galveston to make her home with her daughter.
She is survived by three children, Mrs. Clayton of Dallas and J. Briggs of Port Arthur. Besides her own family, she reared two of her grandchildren, L.
Clayton Watson of Matagorda and Mrs. Bettie Briggs, aged 92 years, passed away Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Janet McInteer in Galveston. Funeral took place at the Baptist Cemetery near Schulenburg Saturday afternoon. She is survived by two children, two sisters, Mrs.
Kate Edwards and Mr. Cherry of Oakland, several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to her bereaved ones.
The excitement over the killing of Dr. The funeral of the dead man will take place at 4 o'clock this evening. Sol West and Mr. West, brothers of Mrs.