William Hien-brother of Fred and Henry

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William Hien-brother of Fred and Henry - Obituary William Hein. Tho following 1 obituary...
Obituary William Hein. Tho following 1 obituary o? Lira Hoin of IJunlap, Jowa. .- ;rly. of Sterling. Js-from T4»e Uun- •V> Ueporter of Dec.. 31, 1325: ^"Tho Tyhole community was shocked and Jiaddehed on, Chria.t- nns day. when it bor.am'e known hat \VlIllatn. Heln had .•uddenly lUMcd uway. Mr. Hein'* mimo. has 'ccome famous in this part of tho ountry because ot his generosity, •'f: heartcdnofls and wjllih&uess to : &—w4tftr«ver or wf v>^ of a need of any kind was presented to •him. His sympathetic heart caused his hands to rcgpoad. "Ood had blessed him".abundantly with earthly riches, and.he considered it a debt of .gratltudO toward hia-God to penult-.others-to share ia bleesln^a . with., him. The town of Dunlap hag lost, through his very sudden departure, one.pi its highly estecrqcd a'fid rcstooted citizens, ana Mra. .Heln his faithful helpmeet who always scared her Jnys and, sorrow* alfKo with him. Mr % Hcln's deatlt Was very apparently without .Any .. n and without any etfuKKle. lie fell "in Tils Havlor'a" arm». "Whllo touring in Germany last KH- tho — Bummer. Mr. licit) mot with a serious automobile accident. Whether tho injuries sustained there hurried his death hour, in a matter of conjecture, and. humanly speaklnp. It might Iv&ye been. Put w$ kno\V that God has appointed Unto man hl« hour,' and 1 ID wha-4juard» thtt sparrow's fall, called also Mr. Heln JUHC .when il8 Allotted tlmdf h/itl run down./We, .whose feet are stilt In tho path, should dally strive to become more fit for thfl homo which <5Ur departed friend is Inhabiting-. "To those who mourn his de- mfsc, it saem'fl all the harder to ^ivo hliii up slh'co "B8 died on Christmas rnornlnff. the festival of Joy and gladness. But whaf more fitting nnalo could have been written to the iajst chapter of his life's history', than to ba callc^.to eternal j>eaco by tho Prince of jpcace, whose birthday ia fielebra'ted "ori that day, . "Mr. Heln wo$ 54 years, 6 months and 15 daya 67d at the time of hiff death. WUHarh Heln was bora April _ ; , was ihere baptised and confirmed in tho Lutheran faith. In J8S1 ho waa flatted la mandate to Mi?H Aa- nlo Miller. After living three yenrfl following .his marriage in Sterling they decided to go farther west. At first they located- near Clarion, in Wright count lowi , bW not betnff fully .satisfied they, ofoyed « 6 ui W after, three yearo. Thirty-nlne yeafs ago ; they camo to Dqnlap 1 and ma^Te Iheli* home In this vicinity fir $ix years; finally «etjyn^ on a. farm south of town. This farm la today occupied by their'aoi? .LealJo and' wan their homi until February 1313, when they n»ov«'4 tor Dun- 'np. "JTr. and Mra. H«in wore blessed fr •-•-i--^- ——• ?——-*——*!*•*, —mi v(l( uro stilt living and mourn tho fladden leparture of a klnfl and loving ather« They are: Mrs. Etta Tol- Iver, punlap; TVill H^Ifl, Jfr^ Ihin. ap; .Mrs, Florence Sljuttr, -Swift Current. Canada; itoy Heln, Scrib- ftcr. Npbr.r Prank Holn. Bunjap; ilrs. Amelia Smith. 6maha; Jilrs, Anna. Relchelt. Leslie Kfeln, Ray- iond Hela and Clifton Heln. alj of Dunllip; There are also. 19 bildrcn and ona ^r^st-grand eceitly born, one slator, SJrS. lay" of Dunlap, and two brothers, 'rafi of Dunlap and Henry Heln of iterUns, 111. services WCTB^ held ^lon- ...—,,„—ig'In t.h6 Conffs-egatlonal hurcb, K ev . p. C . Dalke of Yettor, paator of St. Joba's Luth_ . - churc», presiding. Interment in Pleasant H1H cerrro- T6- |I» the bundles of ah average '. wheat crop 100,090,000 f twlno nt$ trsed. old silent ho

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  1. Sterling Daily Gazette,
  2. 04 Jan 1926, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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