Small Town News—Groover

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groover, of North Oxford, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Francis. (Lake Orion Review, September 29, 1944)

Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Groover are entertaining at a family dinner tonight in honor of their son, Staff Sgt. S. Perry Groover, who is spending a fifteen day furlough with his parents. Sgt. Groover is stationed at Norfolk Army Air Field, Va. His sister, First Lieut. Alma Groover, is a nurse in Guadalcanal, where she has been for the past 28 months. (Lake Orion Review, February 9, 1945)

For the past two months, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groover have been enjoying the California sunshine while visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Gage, at Oakland. They have now returned to their farm home on Hurd road. (Lake Orion Review, March 25, 1949)

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groover entertained at a family dinner on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Francis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Younkers and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Groover and family. (Lake Orion Review, April 22, 1949)

Frank Groover is confined to his home with heart trouble. (Lake Orion Review, July 26, 1940)

LAKE ORION MERCHANTS WIN OPENING GAME: Lake Orion Merchants baseball team defeated White’s Auto Service, of Pontiac, 17 to 5, in the opening game of the season at Park Island, Sunday. Pitcher Lee Groover allowed only six hits. (Lake Orion Review, June 1, 1934)

Lee Groover broke the little finger of his left hand last Sunday when he slammed the door of his car on it. The broken bone was set and placed in a cast by Dr. C.L. Hathaway and is healing nicely. (Lake Orion Review, November 15, 1935)

Levi Groover and Mrs. Charles Groover were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cline. (Orion Weekly Review, June 21, 1935)

THIRTY YEARS AGO (1925): Marjorie Groover, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Groover, is very ill with grip. Her temperature has reached 104 1/2 degrees. (Lake Orion Review, December 15, 1955)

TEN YEARS AGO (1924): Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Groover moved from the Moon residence which they have occupied for several months, to their farm, the home of their son, Levi, thinking the change will be beneficial to Mr. Groover, who has been ill and confined to his bed since August 15th. (Lake Orion Review, June 1, 1934)


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