Obituary Death Record Clipping from Indianapolis Times, Tue, May 9, 1933.

Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Times, May 9, 1933

DEATH RETURNS MAN MISSING FOR 20 YEARSRelatives Identify Body of Ex-State Resident; Take Him Home for t itifed Prc*nFT. BRANCH. Ind.. May 9.—A twenty-year search for William Hasselbrink, 76, has ended and funeral services were conducted for him today at the St. Lucas Evangelicalchurch near here.Hasselbrink disappeared from his Francisco home in September. 1913.His body was recovered in Glasford, 111., by relatives who had conducted the twenty-year search.Illness whicn caused the death of the aged men made passible his discovery. While delirious, Hasselbrink mumbled of his former home, his son and a daughter. Hulda.The attending physician notified Raymond McConnell, Franciscopostmaster.McConnell informed the son, George Hasselbrink. Evansville. The son identified the body as that of his father.Several times. Hasselbrink was on the verge of returning home, a diaryhe kept during the first three yearsafter his absence revealed.| But he felt the business reverses which brought his determination to leave would not be forgotten by other Francisco residents. His pride kept him away.1 His wanderings took him to Glasford where new friends were made and work as a farmer proved prof-; itable, the diary revealed. The urge to return home lessened.Friends at Glasford who knew of his past life said he had intimated he intended returning to Francisco this year.Attending the funeral services today were two daughters. Mrs. Bertha Klusmeier and Mrs. George Sollman, both of Ft. Branch, the son, George, and the widow who has made her home with her son since Hasselbrink's disappearance.EDITOR TO GIVE TALKTalcott Powell to Address Community Fund Fellowship.Talcott Powell, editor of TheTimes, will be the speaker at theannual meeting of the employes fellowship of the Indianapolis Community Fund at the Central Housing Foundation, 222 East Wabash street, Wednesday night. The employes fellowship association, founded in 1925, represents the business people of Indianapolis in the Community Fund. It embraces 250 firms in its membership. Members of the Fellowship are active volunteer workers in each Community lt;Fund drive in the fall. ]