Alice Betty Harvard

1901 – 1956

     TEN SLEEP -- Funeral services were conducted here recently Alice Betty Harvard who died in her Carel, Calif., home June 8.
     The Rev. R. F. Goff presided.  Pallbears were Byron Breeden, Ralph Breeden, LeRoy Woody, Carl Williams, Foster Mills, and Golden Alred.  Honorary pallbearers were Archie Jacobs, Arnold Waln, Harry Mills, Henry Tully, Ed Beckley and Brooks Egbert.
     Miss. Harvard was born at the Harvard ranch July 4, 1901, a daughter of Sydney and Jeanette Harvard.  She grew up on the Harvard ranch and attended country school and high school at Worland.
     She taught school in the winters and attended school in summers until she received her B, A. degree.  She taught school at the mountain school above Big Trails, the Red Bank school and at Popo Agie.  After obtaining her master's degree she taught at
Seattle, in Alaska and in California.
     Recently she discovered she was a victim of a serious illness and her niece, Dorsey Redland, notified her family.  Her sisters, Mrs. Nick Geis and Mrs. Richard Redland immediately went to
San Francisco where she was undergoing treatment but she died suddenly while preparations were being made to bring her to Wyoming.
     In addition to Mrs. Geis and Mrs. Redland, she is survived by five brothers, Clyde Harvard, Frank Harvard, Joe Harvard, Lewis Harvard and Harry Harvard.