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Myrtle Selma Nord, American writer, researcher. Member National League of America Pen Women (state president 1966-1968), Mystery Writers of America.

Background

Nord, Myrtle Selma was born on March 13, 1918 in Lane, South Dakota, United States. Daughter of Carl Frederick Schaefer and Minna Anna (Meyer) Scandrett.

Education

Bachelor, Fort Lewis College, 1972.

Career

Secretary Anaconda Mining, Robeau, South Dakota, 1935. Waitress Rapid City, 1935-1938. Office manager Farmers Insurance Group, Durango, Colorado, 1947-1962, retired, 1962.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Tell Me a Story, 1956, Inspiring Stories, 1975, Prospectives on Mass Communications, 1982, Main Currents in Communications, 1986, Leadville's Chicken Bill, 1977, The Searcher, 1993-1994, Hot Flashes From Writing, 2005, Sestina and Haiku, 2005, The Searcher, 2006, Observations, 2006, To Kill A Bird, 2006, Murder 101, 2006, View Points, 2007, Kip, Boy Pioneer of America West, 2007. (plays) Five Under Cover 6, 1983, Celebrations 6, 1986, Virtue of Necessity, 1982, (stage plays) Tomorrow = X2,19, 1968, Sound Another Trumpet, 1976, (serials) Children's Friend, Missing Red Envelope, 1950-1951, The Blue Triangle, 1952-1953, (musicals) Getting It 2-Gether, 1982, No Patsy Like a Dame, 1985, High Blonde Pressure, 1986, Katie's Capers in the Mining Camp, 1989, (poetry) Hold Dear a Long Time Love, 1998, Story, Out-Guessing Ourselves, 1999 (Palomar Showcase). Contributor articles to popular magazines.

      Chapters to books.

Membership

Member National League of America Pen Women (state president 1966-1968), Mystery Writers of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Herbs, music, outdoors.

Connections

Married Warren E. Nord, August 10, 1938.

father:
Carl Frederick Schaefer Scandrett

mother:
Minna Anna (Meyer) Scandrett

spouse:
Warren E. Nord