Foster, Edwin James; attorney-at-law; born, Strongsville, O., 1847; son of Nathan and Betsy Hulet Foster; educated, Ohio Wesleyan University one year; graduated at Baldwin University in 1873, A. B. & A. M.; graduated from the Boston University Law School in its second class; married, Cleveland, 1280, Julia E. Stroud; two children, Athene S. and Merlyn
Davis, Albert Richard; automobiles; born, Delaware, O., Dec. 20, 1877; son of A. R. and Jennie Christy Davis; public and high school education; married, Cleveland, Sept. 20, 1900, Hortense Tello; two children; manager Studebaker Auto Co., until July, 1911, when he formed the A. R. Davis Motor Co., taking over Studebaker interests locally; pres. A.
Eichelberger, George Hamilton; lawyer; born, Urbana, O., Jan. 24, 1877; son of George M. and Emma Ring Eichelberger; educated, Ohio Weslyan University; married, New York City, Aug. 11, 18908; Frances Staunton Dodge; one daughter; United States Marshal at Shanghai, China, 1897-1900; since coming to Cleveland, connected with 5th Ohio Infantry as battalion adjt.; practiced law
McKeehan, Homer H.; lawyer; born, Hillsboro, O., June 27, 1870; son of Milton and Sarah Foraker McKeehan; Ohio Wesleyan University, B. A.; married, Hillsboro, 0., Dec. 16, 1896, Nancy Spaeger; one daughter; member law firm Hoyt, Dustin, Kelley, McKeehan & Andrews; member Union, Country, Mayfield, Euclid, and Athletic Clubs, and (I.K Fraternity).
Austin H. Jennings. For many years the name of Jennings has been honorably associated with business enterprises of importance in Kansas City, through the efforts of Austin H. Jennings, who is president of the Crystal Springs Ice, Fuel & Grain Company and is interested in other concerns that occupy a prominent place in the commercial
Herrick, Myron T.; banker; born, Huntington, Lorain County, O., Oct. 9, 1854: son of Timothy R. and Mary Hulburt Herrick; education in schools of Huntington and Wellington, at Oberlin College, and Ohio Wesleyan University, at. Delaware, O.; married, Dayton, O., Caroline M. Parmley; issue, one son, Parmley W. Herrick; admitted to the bar in Cleveland,
Jones, Frank Z.; plaster contractor; born, Delaware, O., Sept. 21, 1879; son of Albert and Margaret Common Jones; educated, Delaware, O., public schools; married, Windsor, Can., Dec. 1, 1903, Lillie L. Baker; issue, three sons; learned trade under his father, and contracted in Delaware for several years; in 1901, went to Dayton, O., and spent
Yoder, Ivan Isaac; physician and surgeon; born, Wadsworth, O., Dec. 30, 1875; son of Noah. N. and Susan Overholt Yoder; educated, country schools of Medina County, O., until 17 years of age, Medina High School, 1897; B. A. degree, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1901, M. D., Western Reserve University, Medical Dept. 1904, A. M., Ohio Wesleyan
Teter, Charles K., D. D. S.; professional anesthetist and minor oral surgery; born, Westfield, Ind., Sept. 25, 1875; son of Rev. J. H. and Sarah Howard Teter; educated, Westerville High School, 1892-1894; Otterbein University, 1894-1897; Ohio Medical University, D. D. S., 1897-1900; married, Galena, O., Feb. 28, 1900, Etta M. Bush; issue, two sons and
Smith, John Alvaro; lawyer; born, Union County, O., Dec. 12, 1848; son of John W. and Esther A. Keys Smith; educated, O. W. U., Delaware, O., 1871, A. M. & B. A.; B. L., Ohio Law College, Cleveland, 1872; admitted to U. S. Courts, July 4, 1872; married, Cleveland, July 18, 1876, Marietta Edmondston; one