Various corporate interests have felt the stimulus and the business activity and sound judgment of Richard Thomas Price, who is now conducting important interests under the name of the Interstate Coal Company and is otherwise connected with various. business concerns. He has also rendered valuable aid in connection with public affairs, looking to the benefit and up building of community and state. Born in Hyde Park, near Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on the 4th of December, 1870, he is a son of Thomas Roger and Catherine Price, the former a coal miner of the Keystone state. When but ten years of age,
Hon. William M. Price, a resident of Kansas for fifteen years, is a successful banker, being now president of the Lyon County State Bank at Emporia, but over the state at large is best known through his services as a member of the State Senate. Senator Price was elected to the Senate in 1912, his present term expiring January 1, 1917. He represents the senatorial district comprising Greenwood and Lyon counties. He had the distinction of having been the chief supporter of the measure now on the Kansas statute books providing pensions for mothers. The Mothers’ Pension Bill as he
Corporal, Machine Gun Training Center, 50th Co., 5th Group. Born in Duplin County, Nov. 15, 1892; son of W. F. and Jasephine Price. Entered the service at Warsaw, N.C., July 21, 1918, and sent to Camp Hancock, Ga. Promoted Corporal Aug. 15, 1918. Instructor in Machine Gun Training Center at Camp Hancock, Ga., for four months. Mustered out of the service at Camp Hancock, Ga., Dec. 21, 1918.
Private, Inf., Co. F, 81st Div., 321st Regt.; of Duplin County; son of W. F. and Mrs. Josephine Price. Entered service May 26, 1918, at Warsaw, N.C. Sent to Camp Jackson, S. C. Transferred to Camp Sevier, to Camp Upton. Sailed for Liverpool, Eng., Aug. 11, 1918. Fought at St. Die Sector, Verdun, Meuse-Argonne offensive. Decorations, Victory Ribbon and one star. Returned to USA June 20, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 28, 1919.
Color Sergt., Inf. Co., Hdqrs. Div. 80th, Regt. 318. Born in Halifax County; son of J. L. and Mrs. Olinza Price; husband of Anna Dornin Price. Entered service Oct. 30, 1917, at Camp Lee, Va. Transferred to Camp at Hoboken, N. J., and sailed for Brest, France, May 30, 1918. Fought at St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne. Wounded at battle of Ypres. Transferred to Headquarters 80th Div. Mustered out at Camp Dix, N. J., June 8, 1919.
Private, Engineers, Co. F, 30th Div., 105th Regt.; of Martin County; son of R. S. and Mrs. Miza Price. Entered service April 25, 1918, at Williamston, N.C. Sent to Camp Jackson. Transferred to Camp Sevier, S. C., then to Camp Mills, L. I. Sailed for France May 27, 1918. Fought at Ypres, Bellicourt, Voormizelle, Brancourt, Premont, Montbrehain, Busigny, La Selle River, Vaux Andigny, Mazinghein. Mustered out at Camp Jackson, S. C., May 24, 1919.
La Grande, Oregon Joanne Kaye Price, 73, died July 13 in her home in Hermiston. A celebration of life will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Hermiston Church of the Nazarene. Burial will be at noon Monday at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland. Mrs. Price was born Jan. 16, 1933 in Fresno, Calif. to Samuel and Virginia Tarleton Timbrell. She graduated from Paso Robles High School in 1950, and on Sept. 9, 1950, she married John Robert Price in Hood River. The couple lived in Vancouver, Kennewick and Tacoma, Wash., and St. Helens, Astoria and Aloha. She graduated from
Sylvia Ruth Price, 85, of La Grande, died at her home March 24. A funeral service begins at 10 a.m. Friday at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in La Grande. Loveland Funeral Chapel and Crematory is in charge of arrangements. The eighth of 12 children, Sylvia was born Jan. 5, 1923, to Fredrick and Olive (Crisp) Duneman on a farm near Cresco, Iowa. She and some of her siblings walked 1 1/2 miles to a country school until junior high, then they went to school in town. After her school years she worked at different jobs, doing waitress work and working
Martin Price, farmer; P. O. Cook’s Mills; one of the early settlers; was born in Alabama March 4, 1827; came to this State in 1830, to Coles Co. in 1842, and settled in North Okaw. He was married Feb. 15, 1849 to Miss Mary J. Hoskins, who was born in Illinois Jan. 7, 1830; they have ten children, viz., Mary Ann, Margaret M., Martha J., Lucinda D., Joseph A., Nancy M., Lowery M., Ruth, Belle, William E. and James F. Since Mr. Price’s residence in the township he has held the office of Commissioner of Highways four years, School Director
Among the prominent physicians of Colton, and of San Bernardino County, mention should be made of the subject of this sketch. Dr. Price was born in Portage County, Ohio, in 1834. His father, Dr. George Price, was a native of Pennsylvania, but was reared and educated in Ohio. Dr. Price remained in his native State until fourteen years old; his parents then moved to Illinois and settled in Knox County. He was given a good education, and in his young manhood he entered upon the study of medicine. In 1861, when the war of the Rebellion broke out, he was