Name: Daisy (Barnes) Hine
From: The Newell Mirror, Newell, Iowa
Daisy, daughter of Joseph and Mary Barnes was born near Rockwell, Iowa, March
12, 1879. Sometime during her childhood the family moved to a farm in Calhoun
County. On March 23, 1899, she and Henry Hine were united in marriage at Sac
City, Iowa. To this union was born one son, Donald, during their residence on a
farm in Calhoun County near Lytton.
Date: May 29, 1941
After a number of years spent in farming in the communities of Lytton and Terril,
Iowa and in Minnesota, their family came to Newell in 1914 where they remained
nine years and formed many friendships. In 1923 they moved to Iowa Falls where
Donald completed his education and in 1930 they moved to Chicago which has
remained their residence until this time. The husband died July 12, 1938 in
Chicago and was brought to Newell for interment.
On July 20, 1919, Mrs. Hine was received into the fellowship of the First
Methodist Church of Newell under the pastorate of the Rev. G. W. Eggleston. Two
years later the husband and son were received into the same fellowship by the
Rev. J. J. Share.
Mrs. Hine was one of a large family of thirteen children, of whom the following
are still living: Mrs. Lillie Proctor, Des Moines; Lloyd Barnes, Bayard; Mrs.
Gertrude Howard, Des Moines; Mrs. O. A. Johnson, Storm Lake; Joseph Barnes,
Newell, in Iowa, Mrs. S. W. Kelso, Des Plaines, Illinois; and Lewis Barnes,
Minnesota. Also surviving is her son, Donald, of Chicago.
Funeral services were held Friday, May 23, at 2:30 p. m. from the First
Methodist Church, Newell, Iowa. The pastor, Rev. Dr. Karl W. G. Hiller
conducting the services, speaking from the text: Revelation 7:9 14. Music was
furnished by a mixed quartette composed of Mrs. Gertie Hine, Mrs. Ethey Hobble,
Frank Witter and Lyle Smith who sang "Four Square" and "Abide With Me." Pall
bearers were Neil Kelso, Russell Johnson, Gale Johnson, Maurice Johnson, Obid
Barnes and Aden Barnes. Interment was in Newell Cemetery and in charge of the
Larson Funeral Service.