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The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa) 23 November 1943
at-t' ' of Senneff MRS. TAGESON FUNERAL HELD Doctor Kober in Charge of Services Funeral services for Mrs. Henry E- Tagesen, 42. who died suddenly at a local hospital-Tuesday, following a stroke, were at the Major Memorial chapel Saturday afternoon, with Doctor Marvin B. Kober. pastor of the First Methodist church, conduct- home" ing the services. Mvs. Havold Snydev sang "Beau- t i f u l Isle of Somewhere'' and "Old Rugged Cross." Mrs. Ralph Wilson.and Mvs. C. S. Thompson were in charge of flowers. Attending the services from out of the city were Mr. and Harry Heinselman, Charles City: Mr. and Mrs. Verne Yaagy, and Mrs. Paul Spoils. Mr. and airs'. Lynn Spoils. Miss Olive Spoils, Earl Spotts. ami Mrs. Euna Madera. Nora Springs. Mrs. Ernest Heinselman. Minneapolis; Mrs. Wallace Rodman. Madison. \Vis.: Lt. Ctco Heinselman, El Paso, Texas: Jlv. and Mrs. Verle Heinselman, Charles City: Lloyd H. Heinselman. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Heinselman and O. Heinselman. Plymouth, ancl Mrs. Oliver Adams, Rockwell. Pallbearers were K. M Wag- aoner, C. A. Thomas. M. E. icr. H. 3. Wilson. C. S. and C. O. Johnson. Burial was Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge.