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    Everett J. Schultz. The connection of Everett J. Schultz with the agricultural interests of Miami county is that of a substantial and well-to-do farmer and stock raiser, with a well-cultivated property lying in the fertile community of Spring Creek township. Mr. Schultz was born at Piqua, Ohio, a son of Christian and Catherine (Stein) Schultz. His parents were well and favorable known in the Piqua community and it was there that he was reared and secured his education in the public schools. His home was made with his parents until the time of his marriage, when he settled on his present farm, the birthplace of his wife, and here has carried on farming with much success. A decidedly progressive and enterprising man, Mr. Schultz has made intelligent use of the various inventions connected with farming, and during his long residence here has made numerous improvements on his property, thus contributing materially to the general development of the section. He has several civic and social connections and has attained friendships and substantially placed himself high in the confidence of his associates. Mr. Schultz married Emma, daughter of Jacob and Magdalena Zimmerlin, long residents of the property now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Schultz. To this union there have been born two children: Fred A., and Marie, who married Roy Lennox, and they are the parents of three children, Norma, Edward, and Wilbur. Fred A. Schultz was reared on the home farm, and attended the district schools, the high school at Piqua and the Ohio State University. During the World war he went into training at Camp Sherman and was commissioned a second lieutenant of heavy artillery. After his arrival in France he was detailed to a French artillery school, and was ready for the front when the Armistice was signed. Since his honorable discharge he has been manager of a Piggly Wiggly store at Sidney, Ohio. He married Lillian Taylor, a daughter of James and Callie Taylor, of Piqua.

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