a an has and TV in Rites Held Saturday For Mrs. Aug. Breihob Funeral services for Mrs. August Breiholz were held Saturday afternoon, Oct. ^8, at 2:00 o'clock at the home and at 2:30 in Immanuel Lutheran church, with Pastor V. H. Mesenbring in charge. The Rev. P. E. Ross conducted services at the home and at the grave in Union cemetery. Pallbearers were Henry Geick, Carl Marten, Richard Peterson, Fred Schumacher, Hobby Schmidt and Henry Nieting. A quartet composed of Walter Meyer, Kenneth Janssen, Ben Bohn and Vern D. Hinz sang "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me" and "Come Ye Disconsolate." Flowers were arranged by Mrs. C. L. Muse, Miss Clara Ries and Mrs. Walter Smith. Christina Olga Hoist was born on Dec. 15, 1879, near Keystone, Iowa, the daughter of Andrew and Victoria (Niemann) Hoist. On May 11, 1902, at Keystone she was united in mar- H. L. riage to August Breiholz of Pome- roy. They came immediately to Pomeroy to establish their home. To them were born five sons, John, Arthur, Andrew, Theodore and Edwin, all of whom survive. Also surviving are her husband; nine grandchildren; six great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. P. H. Albers and Mrs. Louis Hartkemeyer; two brothers, Fred Hoist and Victor Hoist, the latter from Belle Plaine; and other relatives. Mrs. Breiholz, who had been in failing health the past several months, entered Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge in April for a few days. She then returned to her home in Pomeroy until a week ago Sunday when she re-entered the hospital. She died there Wednesday night, Oct. 5, at the age of 75 years, 9 months and 20 days. Close relatives here for the funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. John Breiholz of Minneapolis, Minn., the Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Breiholz and Arlen of Keokuk, Andrew Breiholz of Westminster, Calif., Arthur Breiholz of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoist of Keystone, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartkemeyer of Belle Plaine, and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Al- oers of Cedar Rapids, also many nephews and nieces. At the Saturday noon hour Mrs. Richard Peterson, Mrs. Mabel Hedman and Mrs. Vic Doyen served dinner for the family at the Peterson home. Following the church services, the Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid served lunch to about 65 relatives and friends in the church basement.