Adamcik, Ervin F.

Arrangements under the direction of Marrs-Jones Funeral Home, Smithville, TX.

Source: Marrs-Jones Funeral Home-Smithville, Texas

Kana, Donald Edward


Weimar Mercury, 24 Jul 1959, page 1


Funeral services were held Saturday morning at Hostyn for Donald Edward Kana, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. “Jack” Kana of La Grange, who died Thursday at M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston.

Rev. Francis Smerke and Rev. Harry Mazurkiewiscz officiated. Burial was in the Hostyn Catholic Cemetery.

Donnie, grandson of Mrs. Henry Kana of Weimar, became ill 7 months ago, just as he was about to take part in a Christmas program at Sacred Heart School. He had spent much of the time since then in hospitals.

Surviving in addition to his parents are a sister, Joan Marie; two brothers, Joe Michael and Richard Henry; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Adamcik of La Grange and Mrs. Kana here.











Source: Fayette County Obituaries

Lidiak, Pauline (Adamcik)


Weimar Mercury, Friday, October 16, 1931


Speaking of the death of Mrs. Pauline Lidiak, a lady favorably known and related to many people of this section, which occurred in LaGrange Monday of last week, the LaGrange Journal says:

Mrs. Lidiak, whose maiden name was Miss Pauline Adamcik, was born in Moravia, Austria, June 21, 1853, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adamcik. The family came to America in the year 1860 and located at what is known as the Ammannsville section. She was united in marriage with Frank Lidiak, June 19, 1877, and to them was born eight children, two of whom preceded her in death. The living children are: Mrs. L. J. Rose, LaGrange; Mrs. E. E. Buschek, Yoakum; F. J. Lidiak, , LaGrange; Mrs. Edna Zapalac, Austin; Mrs. E. A. Ginzel and Mrs. Hugo Hoppe, Smithville. Mr. Lidiak died August 17, 1923.

She is also survived by twelve grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Three sisters, Mrs. Agnes Stavinoha of Temple, Mrs. Annie Stavinoha of Ammannsville and Mrs. Mary Boehm of Moulton, and two brothers, Frank Adamcik of LaGrange and John Adamcik of Smithville, also survive.

The funeral took place from the old family home Wednesday morning at 9:15 o’clock, the body taken to the Sacred Heart Catholic church where Rev. S. A. Zientek, LaGrange, and Rev. E. A. Holub of Taylor conducted the services. Interment was had at the new cemetery. The pall bearers were her grandsons, Edw. Rose of Houston, Joe Bushek of Yoakum, LeRoy Zapalac of Austin and Robt. Frank Hoppe of Smithville, and her grandsons by marriage, Fred Pape, Jr., of LaGrange; Wm. Klimicek of Houston and Wm. Walker of Smithville.

Obituary submitted by Rosemary Ermis










Source: Fayette County Obituaries


Janda, Agnes (Adamcik)



Weimar Mercury, Thursday, July 27, 1967

Final Rites For Mrs. Agnes Janda, 78, at Hostyn

Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes Janda, 78, sister of Mrs. Charles Lidiak and Charles Adamcik of here, were held Friday, July 21, at Koenig Funeral Home, La Grange, and Hostyn Catholic Church, with burial in the church cemetery.

Mrs. Janda died July 19 in Fayette Memorial Hospital. The former Miss Agnes Adamcik, daughter of Frank and Anna Matula Adamcik, she was a lifelong resident of Hostyn. She was married to Henry J. Janda Oct. 11, 1909; Mr. Janda died on April 1, 1966.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Hoffmann and Miss Annie Janda, both of Hostyn; two sons, Lad Janda of Houston and Richard Janda of Austin; six grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Frank Kruppa of La Grange, Mrs. Emelia Vacek of Smithville, Mrs. Lidiak here, and Mrs. Richard Kruppa and Mrs. Adolph Matocha of Hostyn; and three brothers, Mr. Adamcik here and George E. and Adolph Adamcik of La Grange.

Obituary submitted by Rosemary Ermis








Source: Fayette County Obituaries