Edward Charles Ryan is secretary of the Mutual Building & Loan Association of Emporia, which is his native city, and he represents one of the old family names in that section of the state. The Mutual Building & Loan Association, whose other executive officers are A. H. Plumb, president, and M. C. Little, treasurer, was
North Powder, Oregon Alta L. Ryan, 92, of Baker City and formerly of North Powder, died Dec. 10 at St. Elizabeth Care Center in Baker City. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Haines Methodist Church. Viewing will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. before the service. Burial will follow at North
Eminently successful as a grower of tobacco, and with a range of activity in the tobacco field wider than that of almost any other man in the region, John Charles Ryan is well known in Hatfield, Massachusetts, and its vicinity, not only for his agricultural enterprise, but for his public-spirited interest in local affairs. Mr.
Colton Lee Ryan, 6 months, 15 days old, of Baker City, died May 21, 2009, in Baker City. His funeral will be Thursday, May 28, at 2 p.m. at Gray’s West & Co. Pioneer Chapel, with Pastor Monte Loyd of the Harvest Church officiating. Vault interment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery in Baker City.
J. B. Ryan was born in Kentucky of Irish parents, in 1854, and moved to Fannin County, Texas, in 1866, a mere lad, brought nothing with him, stopped at the town of Honey Grove, and by honest toil, prompt action, and natural intelligence, got his start. In 1877, with a small capital, he opened up