Mrs. Harry Willard Obit 1955
Air Rapid will be Sorenson at the on the club at the en night and Lead the and Trem-balh, Trem-balh, Funeral by her attended officers Fourche. bethel. Anderson Auder-aon Auder-aon to of hollered Marie. their Kiiye's lion and evening and grandmother, (Jtillllun, Smith 0;i at McNeill weut Mrs. Lynn Johu-son Johu-son Spearflah. returned Mrs. II. Willard Funeral Services Held Here Monday Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Foursquare Foursquare Gospel church here for Mrs. Harry Willard, a resident of Spearflah for the past 28 years, who died at her home last Friday following a lengthy Illness. Mrs. Willard had been In falling health for tbe paBt two years. The services were conducted by the Rev. Florence Burnlson and the ltov. A. E. Anthony. Special music was furnished by the church youth quartette, Beverly Lund, Mr. and Mrs. Hlchird Chrlstofferson of Lead and Robert Robert Chrlstofferson, who sang "Some Golden Daybreak" and "Sweetly Resting". Accompanists were Mrs. Cheater Dodds at the piano and William Trewhella, Jr., Lead, at the organ. Casket hearers were August Uaehetto, Chester Dodds. William I.anghoff, Ralph Stnrdahl. Henry Tauck, Beulali, Wyo , and William William Trewhella of l.e.ul Honorary Honorary pallbearers were Oscar Lund. Earl Hood. Clayton Piimm'l. Walter Dickey, Max Johnson and Joe Nonnast. Tom Corean and John Schaub served na ushers Burial was in Hie Hosehill cen -etery -etery under Ihe direction of the McColley Funeral home of Spear-fish. Spear-fish. Spear-fish. Mrs. Willard was horn Feb. 14. 180 at Mudlson. Neh. She .it-tended .it-tended .it-tended schools at Alliance and Bayard, Neb , and was married al llayurd on Dec. 19. l'.Klli. Mr and Mrs. Willard moved to Belle Founhe. where they lived until 1H1 2 before hnmesteuding at 111 Timber, Mont. The couple moved to Speartlsh In 19'.'8. Survivors Include Mr Willard three sons, Harry Willard. Spear-fish, Spear-fish, Spear-fish, Fred Willard, Santa Ana. Calif., and ftex Willard. fin KUuin, Wash., a daughter. Mrs. Irwin Lutighoff, Cheyenne, Wyo., a sister, Mrs. Frank Bradley, Julian, Calif, a brother. William Flower, Casper. Wyo, nlno grandchildren uud two great grandchildren.