Surname: Myers

Biography of Charles Clyde Myers

Charles Clyde Myers. A young lawyer of pronounced character, whether considered from the viewpoint of his professional attainments or from the standpoint of progressive citizenship, Charles Clyde Myers had been engaged in practice at Mankato since November, 1913, and is now serving his second term as attorney of Jewell County. Like many of the members of his profession he began his career as a school teacher, and his training had been thorough and comprehensive, so that while he had been in active practice for only comparatively a short period, he had already been able to take a leading place in

Biography of Benjamin F. Myers

How different today appear the rich farms of plenty and the scenes of prosperity in this county, where but a few years since were the wastes of unbroken wildness, peopled by the occasional savage and his attendant companions, the coyote and the timid deer. Men, like the subject of this sketch, stanch, stable and true, came with hearts determined and hands willing to subdue the wild, to repel the savage, and build themselves homes, where now are in evidence the comforts of civilization, wrought out by their faithful endeavors. We are glad to make mention of one who has had

Biographical Sketch of Walter Edward Myers

Myers, Walter Edward; attorney-at-law; born, Alliance, Ohio, April 29, 1875; son of Jonathan and Emma Coppock Myers; educated, Alliance High School, graduated 1893; graduated Mt. Union College, 1899, degree B. S.; graduated Western Reserve Law School, 1902; married, Alliance, May 23, 1904, Etta May Salmon; issue, two sons, Walter E., Jr., and Salmon Coppock Myers; came to Cleveland, Sept. 19, 1898; worked his way through law school, by working in a law office; on May 1, 1905, formed partnership with David E. Green, under firm name of Myers & Green, and on Jan. 1, 1913, firm name was changed to

Biographical Sketch of Max Myers

Myers, Max; vice pres. the Nicola, Stone & Myers Co., lumber dealers; born, Germany, April 10, 1866; educated in the Youngstown schools, and graduated from the Youngstown Business College, in 1881; from 1884 to 1890, with the Youngstown Lumber Co.; traveling salesman for the Nicola, Stone Lumber Co., 1890-1898; vice pres. The Lakewood Lumber Co.

Biography of A. E. Myers

One of the most attractive establishments of Bartlesville is that conducted by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Myers, who have here carried on both a wholesale and retail florist business during the past four years. Mr. Myers was born in Iowa on the 13th of September, 1879, and when a little lad of five years accompanied his parents on their removal to Indiana, in which state he obtained his education. Experience that well qualified him for his present line of business came to him during six years’ employment on the Coles Rose Farm at Kokomo, Indiana. In 1912, when a

Myers, Maria Louisa Spakes – Obituary

Another Pioneer Gone Monday February 27, 1905 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Tuttle, on Willow Creek, Mrs. Maria Louisa Spakes Myers aged 72 years, 5 months, 9 days. Mrs. Myers, one of the pioneer women of Union County, had resided in and near the town of Summerville since the year 1884, and was among the most widely known citizens of the county. Ever since the beginning of civilization’s era in this section Mrs. Myers had, with all the effectiveness of an energetic and loyal pioneer woman, borne her important part in the many trials and hardships, as

Myers, Millie E. – Obituary

Summerville, Union County, Oregon Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Summerville for Mrs. Millie E. Myers who passed away at a La Grande hospital Saturday night. Mrs. Meyers was the mother of Mrs. Wayne Crow, of Tracy, Calif., who had been with her for several weeks. Mrs. Meyers was born at Hutchinson, Kansas, March 22, 1885, being 55 years of age, and had made her home in the Grande Ronde valley for 52 years. Survivors are her husband, Edgar Clyde Myers; a son, Charles H., Summerville; two daughters, Mrs. Crow, Tracy Cal.; and Mrs. Lawana Carlson, Portland; two brothers,

Myers, Helen Aletha – Obituary

La Grande, Oregon Helen Aletha Myers, 90, of La Grande died Friday Aug. 4 at a local care center. The funeral will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday Aug. 12 at the Fossil Baptist Church. A graveside service and interment will follow at the Fossil Masonic Cemetery. Sweeney Mortuary of Condon is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Myers was born Jan. 8, 1916, to William and Belle Younce Crawford in Franklin, N.C. The family moved to Service Creek, and she graduated from high school in Wheeler County 1934. On June 28, 1938, she married Edgar Mason Myers in Yakima, Wash. They

Alonzo H. Myers

Major, Med. Corps. Son of J. I. and Mrs. L. C. Myers, of Wilkes County, N.C. Was in service at Paris, France, for nine months before U. S. entered the war as surgeon in charge of Orthopaedical work at Base No. 2, Red Cross American Military Hospital, attached to the French Army. Transferred to U. S. Army in June, 1917. At the front for four months with the 31st Div., Alsace. In the Chateau Thierry and St. Mihiel Drives. After armistice was signed was put in charge as Medical Sales Officer of the U. S. in France. Received the Medaille

Myers, John E. – Obituary

La Grande, Oregon John E. Myers, 67, died April 13 at his home in La Grande. Funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday at Loveland Funeral Chapel, followed by burial at Grandview Cemetery. Mr. Myers was born Aug. 30, 1939, to Edgar and Helen (Crawford) Myers in Klamath Falls. They moved shortly thereafter to Kinzua and then to a small ranch east of Fossil, where John grew up. He attended grade school in Fossil and graduated from Wheeler County High School, where he played football, basketball and baseball, in 1957. After high school John attended Willamette University in Salem