obit Mrs. Julius Holubec
- Hallettsville newspaper
Mrs. Julius Holubec Dies after Long Illness
After an illness of long duration Mrs. Julius Holubec passed peacefully into the last long sleep at her home Tuesday morning at 3:45 am. Her death left vacant a place in the hearts of her loved ones that never can be filled for she was a loving daugher, a dutiful wife, and a loyal friend, always thoughtful of others and patient in her sufferings.
Born in Moulton 33 yers ago, she grew to womanhood there as Alice von Lienen, graduating from the high school and then attending the Lutheran College at Seguin. On Feb. 2, 1936 she was married to Julius Holubec of Hallettsville, but had lived here for several years previously, having been employed in the office of the county clerk since 1929.
Besides her husband, who is stationed at Foster Field, she leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George von Lienen of Moulton; two sisters, Mrs. R. W. Meitzen of Bandera and Mrs. C. A. Lehne of Moulton; a brother, Edwin of San Antonio. One brother preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held from Kubena's Funeral Home on Wednesday at 3pm and burial made in the Hallettsville City Cemetery. Many friends were in attendance from Moulton, Hallettsville and other cities, and floral offerings were profuse and beautiful. Rev A. D. Klages officiated, pay fine tribute to her life and character. The courthouse closed during the services out of respect to her.
Pall bearers were P.L. Netardus, Tommie Timm, Lee Fehrenkamp, Joe Fabian, Adolph Dusek, and Emil Kocian.
We grieve with her loved ones that this splendid young woman was not longer spared on this earth.
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- The second paragraph of this obit gives her name as Alice von Lienen.
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