Adolph Majxner Obituary, Olivia Times, 12-19-1918
Adolph Majxner, born in Kingman, Renville county Novemberm19, 1894, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Majxner of Olivia and was 24 years, 10 months and 10 days old at the time of his death. Died of pneumonia, September 28, 1918 in France. He left Olivia to join the colors July 25, 1918, being stationed for a time at Camp Wadsworth, S.C. and later moved to Camp Stuart, WA., a short time later going over sea.
The deceased was a young man of splendid character and was well thought of by all his acquaintances. In company with his brother Frank he worked the home farm in Kingman since their parents moved to town four years ago, and in that community, as well as in Olivia, his death is mourned by all who knew him.
He sleeps in a soldier’s grave in France where he died that the great cause of world freedom might live. He leaves besides his parents, five brothers and six sisters as follows:
Joseph Majxner, Minneapolis; Frank, James, Edward and Emil of this place; Mrs. Jos Brtek, Winfield; Mrs. R. R. Dicklow, Renville; Mrs. Frank B. Schanil, Kingman; Mrs. Aug Kahle and the Misses Josie and Lillian of Olivia. To the bereaved relatives the sympathy of the community, is extended.