Short News Items from 1901

A large number of people attended the Stoakes sale, north of town, Wednesday. Dr. Strevell was a liberal buyer of machinery, preparatory to his emigration to Canada in the spring. (Wright County Monitor, February 13, 1901)

Joshua P. Sutton, H. 7th Michigan infantry, a salesman from Kansas city, has been admitted to the [Old Soldiers’] home and assigned to O company in Franklin Hall. (Leavenworth Times, February 17, 1901)

Mrs. Manley Brodt of Lamotte, Sanilac county, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Sutton. (Oxford Leader, March 22, 1901)

Mrs. Daniel Hickman entertained her niece, Mrs. Emma Babcock, of Fairburg, Ill., the past week. (Columbus Sunday Dispatch, April 7, 1901)

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Strobeck spent Sunday in Seneca at the home of his sister, Mrs. Kate Rorick. Mrs. Rorick is confined to her home seriously ill. (Adrian Daily Telegram, July 20, 1901)

Mrs. John Rorick is in a very precarious condition and suffers intensely, with no hope of recovery. (Adrian Daily Telegram, July 25, 1901)

Mrs. Amanda Strobeck is still at the home of her sister, Mrs. Rorick at Seneca, who is seriously ill, with slight hopes of recovery. (Adrian Daily Telegram, August 17, 1901)

A reunion of the Tyrrell family will occur at the residence of Dr. J.W. Garth in this city tomorrow. Those who are expected to be in attendance are Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Tyrrell, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Tyrrell, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyrrell and Mr. and Mrs. David Rorick. That a pleasant time will be enjoyed by the genial Tyrrell family goes without saying. (Wright County Monitor, November 27, 1901)

M.C. Rorick and H.P. Rorick were in Union City, Ind., the first of the week on business. (Adrian Daily Telegram, December 10, 1901)

Horton Rorick and family, of Toledo, ate Christmas dinner with his father, Cosper Rorick. (Adrian Daily Telegram, December 27, 1901)


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