Idaho County Free Press

Wednesday, February 14, 1973

THURSDAY RITES FOR C. MEYER PRAIRIE NATIVE

  Funeral for CARL A. MEYER, 78, who died February 10 in Bakersfield, CA, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at he Hansen-Noland Funeral Home.

  He was born September 17, 1894, at Fenn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer. After attending local schools, he attended the University of Idaho. Mr. Meyer farmed on Camas Prairie until his retirement in 1965. After that, he and Mrs. Meyer made their home in Bullhead, AZ.

  He was married to Josephine Crooks Chase in Grangeville, February 20, 1946.

  Mr. Meyer was a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.

  Survivors include the widow at Bullhead; two sons, Lt. Col. Carl W. Meyer, Washington,DC; Chancelor James A. Meyer, Davis, CA; two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Carol) Mulhall, Delano, CA; Mrs. Wayne (Vicki) Cole, Grangeville; a brother, France Meyer, Fenn; a sister, Mrs. Roger McCarthy, and 16 grandchildren.

  Rev. William Elrod, Holy Episcopal Church pastor, officiated.

  Pallbearers were Woodrow C. Fitch, Richard Hauger, Dewey Cowgill, Dr. Richard Orr, A.J. Uhlenkott, and Robert Vosberg.

  Burial was in Prairie View Cemetery.

Submitted by Chris Cornett

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