Myron Henry Williams
Myron Henry Williams, son of James and Marie Williams, was born at Ohiowa, Nebraska, on February 6, 1915, and departed this life at his home at Arcadia, April 8, 1955, at the age of forty years, two months and two days.
On July 15, 1943, he was united in marriage to Hazel Adkisson of Farnam. To this union two children were born, Judy Jo and Sandra Lou. After his discharge from the service he farmed, spending two years on a farm near Gothenburg, then in the spring of 1948 moving on a farm northeast of Arcadia, and later moving to town in November of 1953 to run the Gayety theatre in Arcadia. After his discharge from the service much of his time was spent in the hospital.
He leaves to mourn his passing his wife and two small daughters of Arcadia, his father, J. H. Williams of Nampa, Idaho, two sisters, Ruby Trasper of Torrington, Wyoming, and Dorothy Hogve of Boise, Idaho, Kenneth of Nampa, Idaho, Lyle of Caldwell, Idaho, and Jerry of Denver, Colorado. Besides these a host of other relatives and friends.
His mother and one sister, Opal, preceded him in death.
Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Arcadia Tuesday, April 12. Interment was at the Farnam cemetery and military rites were conducted by American Legion Post No. 251 of Arcadia.
The Farnam Press 15(30):1 Thursday, 21 April, 1955
Myron Williams Dies
The body of Myron Williams was brought here for burial Tuesday afternoon from Arcadia where the family has made its home for the past few years. He had never made his home at Farnam but was quite well known here. His wife was the former Hazel Adkisson, a daughter of Mrs. John Adkisson who resides in the east part of town.
Funeral services had been held at Arcadia.
The Farnam Press 15(29):1 Thursday, 14 April, 1955
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