I half-sister, - - MRS. MINNIE RIEFER BURIED AT TEA WEDNESDAY Funeral services were held for Mrs. Minnie Riefer of Cuba Route One at the home and the Tea Church Wednesday afternoon. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Rev. 11. E. Stahlhut officiated. Mrs. Riefer died at her home Monday. Minnie Eickhoff was born In St. Louis on August 1, 1877. She was 62 years of ase at the time of her death. She was married to Joseph Peter Hiefer on August 27, 1896. They made their home on Cuba Route. Mr. Riefer died eleven years ago. Four sons and three daughters survive their parents. They are Wi-liam Riefer of Cuba, Fred Riefei-'of Washington, Joseph Riefer of Ow ensville and Vernon Riefer at home; Mrs. T. G. Fisher of St. Louis, Mrs. Win. Woemmel of Owensville and Mrs. A. M. Wright of Gainesville. Mrs. Riefer also leaves three Bisters Mrs. Emma Sherman of Cuba, Mrs. Ma Mesger of St. Louis and Mrs. Katherine Havener of Owensville; two brothers William Eick hoff of Rosebud and Henry Eickhoff of Sullivan; one half brother, John Thien of Cuba, and three grand children.