Harry Willard Obit 1959 Dec.
"Be by Ethel ware Rob- Rob- Hall lot Anderson-istlngley were a Mar-I Mar-I wife, in she attri-is) 1907 June Faith at 12 operated sur and a held wife and surgery. Pat- Pat- ago. Harry A. Willard Dies Wednesday Funeral services were held Sat urday at Spearfish for Harry Willard, 80, who died Wednesday. The final rites were conducted by the Rev. F. J. Schultz at the Four Square Gospel Church. Music was provided by Mrs. Ray Fidler who sang "Some Golden Daybreak" and Richard Christoffcrson who sang "Beyond the Sunset." Mrs. Richard Christofferson was the accompanist. accompanist. Pallbearers were Henry Ander son, otto Behrens, Clarence Drake, Roy Dubois, John Schaub, all of Spearfish and William Trewhella Sr., Lead. Interment was in the Rosehill cemetery under the direction direction of the Fidler Funeral Chapel. Building Inspector for the city for several years, Willard had also been a long-time long-time long-time employee of the Black Hills Power and Light Co. at Spearfish. Born Nov. 28, 1879 near Monte video, Minn., Willard attended school in Minnesota and was married married at Baird, Neb., Dec. 9, 1909 to the former Marian Flower who preceded him in death in 1955. Following their marriage the cou ple lived at Belle Fourche where Willard was employed by the Black Hills Power and Light Co. In 1914 they moved to - a ranch near Big Timber. Mont, where they lived until 1922 when they returned to Baird. In 1929 they moved to Spearfish to make their home. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Irwin Langhoff, Anacores, Wash.; three sons, Harry, Spearfish; Spearfish; Fred, Santa Ana, Calif.; Rex, Burlington, Wash.; ten grandchildren grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Thomsen Wins Award . dren a Mary A for the eral Lead was plane of A First lice The ber unsuccessful. did away Phillips, be in and both magistrate. a