Myers Reunion 07 Sept 1874
Myers Clan Reunion Descendants of Isaac and Daisy Myers held their first reunion r e c e n t l y at the Fairchance Free Methodist Campground. Dinner was served at 2 p.m. and a prayer was offered by Rev. Robert L. Whoolery. Special singing took place after the meal by Mr. and Mrs. James Whoolery, Mrs. George Wycinsky, Mrs. Violet Whoolery, Rev. and Mrs. Roger Yeager. Mrs. Roger Yeager provided the music on the piano. Rev. Yeager, chairman of the reunion, held a business meeting including electing of- Stock Prices Prices at the recent Fayette Stock Yard Co. sale include: STEEHS. good. 40 to 42 cwt; med. to good. 36 to 40 cwt. COWS, med. to goad, 20 to 22 cwt; pour. 15 to 18 cwt. 11K1KKRS. med. to good, 23 to 26 cwt. BULLS, light, 26 to 30 cwt; heavies, 28 to 32 cwt. CALVES, choice. 50 to 55 cwt: rued, to good. 40 to 50 ewt; small, 20 to 40 cwt. ficers for 1975. They included: James Whoolery, president; Mrs. Charles E. Whoolery, treasurer and Mrs. Martin Karas Jr., secretary. Committee members were: Mrs. Richard Tate, Mrs. David Yeager Jr., Debbie and Sharon Saisbauer, gift committee; committee; David Yeager, Rev. Roger Yeager and Tom Schreiber, entertainment. It was decided to hold next year's reunion at an earlier date. Date set was May 24, 1975. The only son of Daisy and Isaac, Lloyd Myers, could not attend because of suffering a heart attack recently. Mrs. Robert Whoolery also did not attend because of illness. Attending the reunion were the following: Lida Myers, Smiley, Pa.; M r . a n d M r s . S i d w e l l Whoolery, Shoaf, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Whoolery and Mark, Smiley; Mr. and Mrs. James Whoolery and Kirnmy and Jeff of Cleveland, Ohio; M r s . D o n n a B e n j a m i n , Cleveland, Ohio; Rev. and Mrs. W e n d a l l Paull and Michelle, Dravosburg; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tate, Edenborn; Edenborn; Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. W h o o l e r y a n d K i m a n d Christina, McClellandtown. Rev. Robert Whoolery and Peggy, Carmichaels; Mr. Mrs. M a r t i n K a Denise, Smiley, Pa.; Mr. Mrs. Dave Yeager, Smiley; Mr. and Mrs. David Yeager, Smiley; Joseph Panik, Shoaf. Mr. and Mrs. William Gaisbauer and Debbie, Diane, Sharon, Carol, and Billy, Grindstone; Rev. and Mrs. Roger Yeager and Rogie Jason, Princeton, W. Va.; and Mrs. George Wycinsky, McClellandtown; Mrs. Carl Swaney and Robin, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Tom S c h r i e b e r a Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. and Mrs. Roger Yeager of Princeton, W. t r a v e l e d t h e Youngest child present was the nine-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Whoolery. Mr. and Mrs. Sidweil Whoolery had the most children present, six.