File: Thompson Myers. For more information, contact Jackson County Historical Society, Holton KS.
Source: Holton Recorder, 9 Nov 1922, pg 9.
Myers born in Monroe county, OH. Married Nancy Hostutler, 1873. Survived by son Samuel S. Myers, Circleville, KS, and daughters Clara Ward and Erma Maxey, Enid OK; brothers Benton Myers, Banger, CA, Charles Myers and Madison Myers of West Virginia; and sister May Blevent, Bellville WV. Services by Rev. J. Wykert, burial in Delia cemetery.
Evangelical - meetings closed Sunday evening after continuing three weeks. Weather conditions interfered. Services by Rev. Schreiber.
Reformed - Ethel Wanner sang. W.M.S. entertained at Mrs. Peter Blank's.
Presbyterian - flower decorations from W.B. Fredricy
St. Thomas Episcopal - Rev. D.C. Beatty, Topeka, and Rev. R.S. Rawson, Manhattan
Second Baptist - Rev. R. January
Methodist - L.F. Waring, pastor
Christian - evening evangelistic service
The Wright Agency (insurance)
Sudlow Motor Company
Obituary: Margaret M. Latta Bair, 1844-1922, born in Pleasant Unity, Westmoreland county, PA. Married Henry B. Bair, 1870. Survived by T.L. Bair, Minneola, KS; John L. Bair, Harry Bair, Sadie L. Bair and Grace Johnston, all of Holton KS; R.D. Bair, Lamar, CO; and Mrs. C.A. Remy, Kansas City, MO. Preceded in death by Edwin Bair, 19 Mar 1892, and Mary L. Bair, Ft. Riley KS, 25 Oct 1918.Four step-children: Mrs. E.C. Fowler and Jessie Bair, Topeka KS; S.M. Bair, Soldier and George B. Bair, who died 11 years ago. Rev. F.E. Munneke. Music: Ellen Lowell, Mrs. Herbert Moyer, B.E. Canfield and W.J. Glenn. Pallbearers: George Armel, L.E. Armel, James Fisher, S.H. Stauffer, B.T. Wible and Robert Fernkopf.
Wigwam school news:
Will Haag visit to Topeka
Alvin Bacon moved to St. Joe (St. Joseph, MO)
Madeline Gable visited Lydia Haag
Paul Whalen visited Cooney boys
Harry Stephenson visited Albert Haag
M.B. club meets with Mrs. Marion Shields
Miss Flynn preparing an Armistice Day program for the school house; entertained at a Halloween party
Marion Shields' birthday guests: Robert Bateman, J.E. Shield, Sadie Shields, Wallace Stous, Harold Stous, Otis Shields and Dr. and Mrs. C.A Wyatt
Brick Grange will meet on Tuesday
Number enrolled: 27; average attendance: 25.
Names on honor roll: Eugene Cooney, Gussie Olson, Harland Hinsley and Honora Purcell.
Marion, Beulah and Robert Shields accompanied Robert Bateman to Havensville.
O.P., Harland and Bert Hindsley to Topeka
B.F. Preston having eyes treated in Topeka
Henry Long, Mayetta, guest of John Blosser
Good attendance at Grange Halloween party
Mrs. R.P. Smith entertained Friendship Club. Officers (all Mrs.): John Ryan, Otto Boettcher, Harold Beams, Robert Jackson
Will, Albert, and Lydia Haag attended Missionary Rally at Cole Creek
J.H. Hasson spent Sunday in Topeka with C.D. Scott
Albert Haag well pleased with his cattle sale. Mrs. Haag served dinner assisted by (all Mrs.) Will, Henry, Otto, Theo and Miss Lydia Haag and Harry Stephenson.
Jack Berson to Mayetta
Ben Hunter purchased restaurant in Mayetta.
The new school house is coming in the district west of us. Vaughts and Oren Daughterty children will be in that district.
Jake Taylor visited his parents.
Latta family in Kansas City.
George Bingham to Kansas City
Mabel Hays visiting from Iowa
Wylie Pruitt visitors: Hedricks and Pruitts of Holton
Lyle Stepp to Dodge City KS for employment
Olive McGinnis visiting family in Valley [Falls]
Ora Bowser to Denison for funeral
Mr. Peebler is ill.
T.E.I. club at Kathrens
John, Carl and Wilbur Abramson visited relatives in Arkansas and Oklahoma
Mrs. Frank Nevens improving after illness
Miss Ruth Dawdy, northeast of Effingham
W.W. [West Whiting?] Notes:
Peter Smith, Horton, visited daughter, Mrs. N. P. Pallisen
Warner Beam visit
C.R. Hart, Walter Tietgen and Hans Christensen with parents
Henry Banaka visited Christensens
Dorothy Tietgen visited Norma Christensen
Modine Marshall, student at Washburn college, visited parents, Boyd Marshall