The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa) 5 May 1964
Mr. 16th at Funeral set for John W. Heinselman John W. Heinselman, 92, re- red farmer, died Monday in a lason City hospital. He had ved in the area 86 years and nade his home at 328 24th SW. Mr. Heinselman was born Jan. 8, 1872, at Plainfield, 111., son f Jonathan and Bertha Hein- elman. He was married to iose Atkins, Aug. 3, 1957, in lason City. mmm^ HÂ« farmed for many years ear Portland. He was a mem- er of Grace Evangelical United rethren Church of Mason City, he Pleasant Ridge Community "lub, Iowa Golden Wedding 'lub and the Senior Citizens lub of Mason City. Surviving are his wife, a son, Iverett M. Heinselman, Minne- polis; a daughter, Mrs. Wai- ace (Lola) Rodman, Madison, Vis., five grandchildren and 17 reat-grandchildren. He was receded in death by. his first ife, Mary E., in 1956, and by wo brothers 'and seven sisters nd one granddaughter. ThÂ« funeral will bÂ« Â«t 2 p.m. Thursday at the Patterson- J. W. HEINSELMAN James Chapel. The Rev. Hartong of Cedar Rapids, a nephew, will officiate. Earl will be soloist, Mrs. Earl Ehlers, organist. Pallbearers selected are neph ews: Vern Yaggy, Clear Lake; Verle Heinselman, Charles Paul Spotts, Nora Springs, Lynn Spotts,'-St. Paul. Burial will be in Clear-Lake Cemetery. Visitation at the chapel will from 3 pan. Wednesday untl the time of services.