The remains of the late Mrs. F. Harder whose death was mentioned in the Tribune last week, arrived in Lyle Tuesday.
Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday at 1:30 P. M., Rev. O. M. Langehough officiating. Interment was made at Pleasant Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Frank Harder, nee Thompson was born September 23, 1890 in Mitchell county Iowa and passed away in a hospital in Kalispell, Montana from a paralytic stroke on December 15th, 1926.
She was baptized by Rev. J. Muller Eggenat Lyle Minnesota. At the age of 7 years she went to live with her sister Mrs. Ole Onnestad and was confirmed by Rev Setter of Superior, Wis. She finished a four years course at Superior high school in 1910 and finished a two years course at Superior State Normal in 1912. She taught school three years at Alma Center Wisconsin four at Whitefish, Mont., and one year at Miles City, Montana.
She married F. Harder, engineer on the Great Northern at Whitefish, Sept. 15th, 1920, where they lived until her death.
She leave to mourn her loss a devoted husband and two small children Constance Lila age 4 and Lois Sue, age 1 year and 9 months, an aged mother, three sisters and two brothers. Ella Thompson of Malta, Montana Mrs. Ole Onnestad of Superior, Wisconsin, Josie Thompson of Evanston Illinois and Oscar and Adolph, both of Lyle, Minn.