Stub’s Grill Sold To Mrs. Orla Butler

Mrs. Orla Butler has purchased Stub’s Grill from Leila Rorick and took possession Monday.

It will continue to be called Stub’s Grill and will be under the management of Mrs. Lulu Belle Ferris, Mrs. Butler’s daughter.

Mrs. Ferris stated she will specialize in home made baked goods and continue to operate the grill as it has been operated in the past with the same help.

Source: Morenci Observer, July 19, 1951.

Order of Home Guardians Pays Another Claim.

J.C. Milne, Supreme Field Marshal for the Order of Home Guardians, went down to Cavour on Saturday to play the claim of John Gallup of that place against this Order for total disability.  John was offered two options according to his policy.  He could accept half the value of his certificate now and continue his insurance in force at the rate of assessment on the original certificate or he could cancel his policy receiving the same amount.  He wisely chose the former and will continue to carry his insurance with the Order. As usual the Home Guardians were the first to pay the claim, living up to their reputation of first in prosperity, first in trouble and first to pay.

Source: Daily Huronite, September 29, 1904. 

North Shore Area Chairman Appointed

David Rorick of Oceanside will be chairman of the commerce and industry group in the North Shore Area campaign of the 1956 United Success Drive, Ben Weseloh, area chairman, said yesterday.

Rorick’s organization will be expected to provide the biggest single share of the area’s goal, Weseloh said.

Oceanside and Carlsbad this year have joined in the consolidated fund effort in the North Shore area, which includes Cardiff, Del Mar, Encinitas, Leucadia, Ranch Santa Fe and Solana Beach.

Source: San Diego Union, July 7, 1956.

Output Steady

David Rorick, president of Rorick Buick, Inc., has returned from a week-long sales conference in Los Angeles with the prediction that the present situation as regards new and used cars will continue.

Rorick was one of 55 Buick dealers who participated in a General Motors refresher course for sales managers at the Hotel Biltmore.

“Information from reliable Detroit sources,” said Rorick, “indicates that the national production of the automobile industry in 1950 will total about 6,600,000 units. This is on the basis of the presently reduced output.

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