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Welcome to Hallettsville


 The community of Hallettsville has a proud history rooted in tradition, culture and good 'ole Southern values! With a colorful and vibrant past ranging back to the mid-1800's, Hallettsville is rich in German and Czech heritage, a heritage that can be experienced to this day with Hallettsville's annual Kolache Fest, and a history that can be relived through our museum, memorials, historical markers and buildings, and our quaint downtown square and courthouse.

Annual events such as the Festival of Lights, Big Buck Contest, South Texas Polka & Sausage Festival, and State Championship Fiddler's Frolic offer fun for the entire family.

Jump into the heart of South Texas and you'll find Hallettsville.  Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, you will experience the down-home hospitality and small town charm that will make you feel right at home.


Highlighted Business of the Month for JANUARY:


Kubena Funeral Home, Inc.

507 S. Main St
Hallettsville, TX  77964


Anton John Kubena was born in 1893 in Lavaca County, Texas. In 1909, Anton's teacher, Mrs. Bertha Earthman, acquired Anton employment at her relative's business, Earthman Funeral Home of Houston, Texas, as a stable hand to care for the white horses that were used for the hearse. He earned his Embalmer License on May 22, 1915.

In May of 1926, Anton started the Kubena Funeral Home in Hallettsville, with his first funeral on July 7, 1926. He married Agnes Emilia Linhart on May 26, 1930 in Hallettsville. Anton received his Funeral Director License on September 10, 1935 and Agnes received her Funeral Director License on May 14, 1938. Anton and Agnes had two sons, Robert A. Kubena and Daniel H. Kubena.

Daniel received his Funeral Director License on August 3, 1956 and his Embalmer License on July 11, 1957, with his wife Barbara receiving her Funeral Director License on August 4, 1958. Robert received his Funeral Director License on October 25, 1960.

Dan and Barbara's oldest son, Eugene Kubena, came into the business and received his Embalmer/Funeral Director License on September 21, 1992. Eugene's daughter, Alison Kubena, came into the business and received her Embalmer/Funeral Director License on August 15, 2001. Dan and Barbara's youngest son, Andy Kubena, came into the business and received his Embalmer/Funeral Director License in August of 2006.  This is one family business that takes pride in their service to community.

Kubena Funeral Home, Inc. currently has 9 employees and is owned by Daniel H. Kubena, Eugene Kubena, and Andy Kubena.  Their office hours are Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and they are on call to serve at your time of need 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  They provide Funeral Pre-Arrangements, Funeral Services, and Cremations.





Miss Hallettsville - Annie Boone

Jr. Miss Hallettsville - Lauren Garza-Mischer

Little Miss Hallettsville - Lydia Kram

Little Mr. Hallettsville - Chase Appelt


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1614 N. Texana

Hallettsville, TX 77964

361-798-2662        FAX: 361-798-1553


 Hours:  8 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Monday - Friday