BADER, LUVINA (KIER) MILLS 1885-1941

Northern Wyoming Daily News, Tuesday, August 12, 1941, page 3

SERVICES SUNDAY AT TEN SLEEP FOR MRS. MIKE BADER

Ten Sleep (Special)

Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Ten Sleep for Mrs. Mike Bader, 55, well-known resident of the Big Horn Basin for many years, who died at the Worland Hospital Friday night following a lingering illness.

   Rev. Dwight M. Kitch conducted the service. Music was supplied by a quartet composed of Mrs. Dave Egbert, Mrs. Sam McPike, Mrs. Roy Shriver, and Mrs. Glen Montgomery, with Norma Egbert as pianist.  Their selections were “In the Garden”, “Have Thine Own Way”, and”Sometime We’ll Understand.”

   Pallbearers were Archie Jacobs, Bert Simpson, J. H. Tully, A. B. Arnold, George Brown and Lige Thaxton.  Interment was in the Ten Sleep Cemetery, under direction of the Eastman Mortuary of Thermopolis.

   Lavina Kier Bader was born September 6, 1885 in Stansberry, Missouri.  She came to Wyoming in 1913 and lived within the state since that time.  For several years, she made her home in Worland, but was well-known throughout the Big Horn Basin and had spent many years in Ten Sleep.

   She is survived by her husband, Mike Bader, and five children by a former marriage, Ted, Gladys, June, Robert, and Georgia.  Another son Lloyd, died in 1916.  Three brothers and two sisters also survive her.