GEORGE "EMIL" C. PAGEL. Hallettsville Herald, January 14, Mr. Emil Pagel died near Witting Monday night. He was a jovial, big man, you know, and when he would laugh, his Santa Claus belly would jiggle," said his sister-in-law, Linda Pavliska, of Hallettsville. Mrs. Polasek, 85, of Willis, had lived in Yoakum for the past
Colorado County Obituaries – Po -Py – Emil Fojtik and three half-sisters, Lena Darby, Christina Karstedt and Betty Johnson. Pallbearers were Henry Mozisek, Bob Moore, Daniel Ulbricht, Melvin Albright, Robert Gall and Roger Smith Bill Najvar of Kingsville and Jerry Najvar of Big Sandy.
Big Spring Herald, Thurs., Nov. 6, HALLETTSVILLE, Tex.—Bohumil Janak, 64, of Shiner, Tex., was killed Wednesday night in a collision of his pickup truck and a car two miles west of here on U.S. 90A. Mrs. Janak suffered critical injuries and was taken to a Victoria hospital.
Thursday, June 25, BECAUSE TEXAS CHAMPIONS OF FREEDOM Shiner Gazette—Shiner, Texas Thursday, June 25, i Mrs. Thomas Hughs spent . Oct 25, · Victor Gavenda Louis Ginze1 John Gold B. J. 'Hanacik Joe Holubec Hynek Marek John Masar Charles Matcek Frank Moskal Joe Novacek Walter Ondrasek Emil Polasek John Polasek Joe Sefcik William Sefcik.
Fayette County Obituaries Born in Europe on July 23, , daughter of Alois and anna Polasek Petter, she came to this country at the age of 4 years, the family settling near Fayetteville and she spent the rest of her life in that community. Mrs. Dick Cook died last Wednesday, age 87, and Mrs. John H. Meyer last Thursday, age 78, both.
Read Shiner Gazette Newspaper Archives, Aug 21, with family history and genealogy records from Shiner, Texas Fayette County Obituaries He was named for his father Eugene’s elder brother, another Emil Koehl, who had married his mother’s younger sister, Emilie Birkmann. Contributed by Norman Wied EUGENE KOEHL. La Grange Journal, 14 Nov Death of Eugene Koehl. and that includes big ears, size shoes, and big hands.
Stor Svart Kuk Fucks Latin Hemmafru
Read Shiner Gazette Newspaper Archives, May 27, with family history and genealogy records from Shiner, Texas troit. Mich., had Ale Dixon Mc-Cormick of Fort Worth as best n:an, and George Kostohryz Jr. of Fort Worth, the bride’s nep-hew, as junior groomsman. Ush-ers and candle lighters were A2e Larry E. Wayne of Crawfords-ville, Ind., and A3c Joseph La-fata of Detroit. Wedding music was by Emil Plasek Jr., the bride’s cousin, who was soloist, and.