Earl P. Stype ranks among the progressive young business men of East Liverpool, where he is successfully engaged
in the tire business. He is a native of Walters Mills, Pa., born Sept. 13, 1897, and the son of Henry A. and Elizabeth
M. (Yountz) Stype.
Henry A. Stype was born in Allegheny County, Pa., and spent his entire life in the mines. At the time of his death,
in 1900, he was superintendent of the Carnegie Coal Company at Carnegie, Pa. He was a Republican, a life long member
of the German Lutheran Church, and belonged to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. His wife, a native of Germany,
resides at Toronto, Ohio. To Mr. and Mrs. Stype were born five children, as follows: Charles, and Henry, merchants
of Toronto, Ohio; Catherine, married Dr. William Davies, lives in Baltimore, Md.; Earl P., the subject of this
stetch; and Roy, lives in Toronto, Ohio.
After completing his schooling in the public schools of East Liverpool, Earl P. Stype learned the potter's trade.
In 1918 he became interested in the vulcanizing trade and was associated in business with a Mr. Stenger. In 1924
with Walter E. Lewis he purchased the business, which is now tnown as the Stype & Lewis Tire Company. They
are local agents for the Goodyear and United States tires, dealers in radios, and conduct one of the finest tire
repair shops in the city. The business is located at 106 West Fourth Street.
In 1916 Mr. Stype was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Oliver, a native of Washington County, Ohio, and the
daughter of McClellan and Mary J. Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Stype have two children: Earl, Jr., and Betty Jean.
Politically, Mr. Stype is a Republican. He holds membership in the Methodist Church, and belongs to the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows and Masonic Lodge. He is a substantial citizen of the community in which he has spent his
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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