Short News Items from 1929

Several charming luncheon parties were held at the Samovar Friday, March 8. Mrs. G.H. Milne of New York City has as her guests Dr. Rorick Bennett, Mrs. George Rorick Clarke and Mrs. S.K. Porter of South Pasadena, and Mrs. Willard O. Waters of San Marino. (South Pasadena Foothill Review, March 15, 1929)

Eugene Groover, of Lapeer and Glenn Groover were down Sunday to eat dinner with Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Kessell and to help little Marshall Eugene Groover celebrate his birthday. He carried his cak[e] to the table with three lighted candles on it. Mrs. Groover returned home with them feeling much improved. (Oxford Leader, March 29, 1929)

Judge J.T. Rorick of The Dalles, for a long time owner of land in this valley, was a visitor in White Bluffs last Friday and Saturday. He was accompanied on the trip here by Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Foster. Mr. Foster has a large dairy farm near The Dalles. With Judge Rorick he visited some of the dairy farms here and expressed himself as being quite impressed with the possibilities of industry in this valley. (White Bluffs Spokesman, September 27, 1929)

After spending a week as the guest of her mother, Mrs. William Moore Rorick, Mrs. Lucien W. Mueller has returned to her home in Decatur, Ill. (Detroit Free Press, November 11, 1929)


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