Paul Saylors, local manager at Vallejo for the affairs of Berans, Incorporated, of San Francisco, shoe dealers, is a Missourian by birth but a Californian by choice and is pleased to regard himself as a permanent resident of Solano county, having found conditions here very much to his liking. Mr. Saylors was born on a farm in the vicinity of Ravenna in Mercer county, Missouri, July 8, 1900, and is a son of Charles and Jennie (Summer) Saylors, who are still living in Missouri, where Charles Saylors is engaged as a farmer and banker, one of the substantial residents of the community in which he has for many years made his home.
Reared on the home farm in Missouri, Paul Saylors supplemented his high school training by two years of attendance at the University of Missouri at Columbia and then, when twenty years of age, in 1920, came to California and became employed in a mercantile establishment at San Leandro in Alameda county. Two years later, in 1922, he was made the manager of the affairs of the big shoe concern of Berans, Incorporated, of San Francisco, at Vallejo and has since been in charge there, this corporation having two shoe stores at Vallejo in the great chain of shoe stores operated by it throughout California.
In 1924, at San Leandro, Paul Saylors was united in marriage to Miss Kathryne Oyler, who also was born in Missouri, and they have a pleasant home at Vallejo. Mr. and Mrs. Saylors are democrats and take a proper interest in local civic affairs.
History of Solano County, California By Marguerite Hunt and
Napa County, California By Harry Lawrence Gunn. From Their Earliest Settlement To The Present Time.
Chicago. S.J. Clarke Pub. Co. 1926. 883 pages.
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