Short News Items from 1906

The foundation work on the Rorick cottage being built on Pacific street is about complete and the frame will be going up on the first of the week. (Oceanside Blade, April 21, 1906)

A.V. And Earl McCarty returned Tuesday from their trip across Salmon river and report a very pleasant time while away. (Camas Prairie Chronicle, August 3, 1906)

Mrs. Rorick and Anna departed last week for Chicago where Anna will enter the Ziegfeld Musical college. (Anamosa Journal, August 30, 1906)

Margaret [sic] Pomeroy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Pomeroy, who has been very ill for the past two weeks, is slowly improving, though still in a critical condition. (Twin Falls Weekly News, August 31, 1906)

Mrs. Chancey Wallace left Monday for Spokane where she will join her husband, who is enjoying a vacation. She was accompanied by her little boy, Johnnie, and they visited in Moscow a few days enroute. (Nezperce Herald, September 6, 1906)

Miss Roxie McCarty of Cottonwood, came yesterday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Chancey Wallace. (Nezperce Herald, September 27, 1906)

Mrs. Chancey Wallace and son, Johnnie, returned Saturday from Spokane where they were visiting a couple of weeks. Mr. Wallace is still in Spokane and will probably not return home until after the fair. (Nezperce Herald, September 27, 1906)

Oct. 17th will be here now in a few days and the I shall if I live to see it see my 78th birthday, having been born on the 17th day of October, A.D. 1828.—Amzy Clay. (Tuscola County Advertiser, October 12, 1906)

Mrs. Carrie Mullany has been here the past week from Boise. She has sold her home here, and returned to Boise last Sunday. (Mountain Home Maverick, October 18, 1906)

Mrs. Rorick and Mrs. Hansen of The Dalles are visiting this week at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Estes. (Condon Globe, October 19, 1906)

Jesse Palmer who spent the first of the week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Palmer, has returned to Cadillac. (Clare Sentinel, October 19, 1906)

Walter Walling, who for the last three years has been attending the Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walling. (Oregon City Courier, November 9, 1906)

Anna Rorick while skating after school Friday night ran into Lloyd Williams and fell hurting her head quite badly. (Oxford Mirror, December 6, 1906)

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