Mrs. Tadlock Dies; Funeral Is Wednesday Mrs. Edward E the Karmel Krest Nursing Home, Davenport, a former resident of 411 E. 8th St., died at 1:15 i a.m. today in the home. The former Grace M. Sev-ersen was born in Topcka. and was married to Mr. Tadlock in Pocatello, Ida- ho in 1911. She Mrs. Tadlock had been a resident of Davenport since 1917. She is survived by her hus band; five daughters, Mrs. Oar rnre (Hazel) Johnson. Mrs. Len (Haleen) Gregson, and Mrs. James (Opal) Cassatt, all of Davenport, Mrs. Ralph (Cynthia) Benson, Bettendorf, and Mrs. Ev elyn Hayes, Rock Island; eight grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Rose George, California, and a brother. Albert Seversen, Ocean-side. Calif. A son and a brother preceded her in-dcath. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Runze ChaDcl. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery. Tadlock. 76.