Managing Ranch

Hollis Kizer, of Carlsbad, New Mexico, will manage the R.S. Loosley ranch at Fort Klamath during Loosley’s disability following extensive surgery. Mrs. Kizer, the former Maxine Loosley, and their three children are also here. Mr. and Mrs. Loosley visited her sister and family, the Burrill Redpaths, in Medford a couple of days the first of the week.

Source: Klamath Falls Herald and News, May 8, 1957.

Business and Professional News

Mark R. Baldwin of Parma township, Jackson county, closed his business July 14, moving the stock and fixtures to the hardware of a brother, Ned Baldwin, in Tecumseh. His initial business location in Albion was in the quarters the Gamble store now occupies. The Gamble store was opened here In 1938, having been located for seven years In the present building housing the Service Caster and Truck Corp. sales office at 110 South Superior. (Battle Creek Enquirer and News, September 6, 1951)

Jerry Walling of Walling Sand & Gravel Co., Salem, was honored for his interest in legislation and product promotion during the recent meeting of the Oregon Concrete and Aggregate Producers Association. He was awarded the annual “Rocky” award by the association. (Salem Capital Journal, June 9, 1972)

Business and Professional News from the 1940s

Kenneth Spear has taken a position in the Morenci post office. (Adrian Daily Telegram, July 15, 1941)

Dave Rorick, of the well known farm implement firm of Oceanside and Escondido, was here Saturday to bring over some equipment for work in the local garage of his concern and for a conference with George Otis, manager of the local plant. (Escondido Times-Advocate, August 7, 1942)

Leeila G. Rorick has accepted a position with the U.S. Navy Department in Detroit. Her work began Monday. (Adrian Daily Telegram, February 3, 1942)

The home nursing course to have started this week under the direction of Mrs. Herbert Rorick has been postponed until further notice because it has been impossible to obtain books. (Adrian Daily Telegram, July 17, 1942)

Business and Professional News from the 1930s

C.H. Rorick of Morenci sold a team of grace Belgian horses weight 3800 pounds to a Hudson man for $600. (Archbold Buckeye, May 16, 1932)

C. Rorick, who is Lenawee county appraiser for the Home Loan Bank, Battle Creek, is working in the Kalamazoo district this week.  (Morenci Observer, November 2, 1933)

Olin Barlow, Elroy McGrew, Curtis McGrew, Ralph Williams, Amos Williams, Henry Slagle and Cliff Green are employed by the Skeeter Bros. clearing land for a mining company on Graves creek. (Medford Mail Tribune, February 22, 1935)

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Business and Professional News from the 1920s

Miss Frankie Walling, owner of the Walling Millinery Store, has returned from Portland where she went to select some pretty Easter goods. (La Grande Observer, March 17, 1920)

A.V. McCarty made a visit to the Kamiah section the latter part of last week in the interest of his stock business. He succeeded in picking up a nice shipment and returned home Sunday evening. (Grangeville Globe, November 24, 1921)

WANTED—Used barbed wire. See Chan. Wallace at Union Station Bank. (Nezperce Herald, June 19, 1924)

Cooperative Commission of Buffalo, are jointly responsible for the attractive layout of prized offer to boy and girl steer exhibitors this year. Mr. Rorick gave $90 in case to be distributed to the first four winners and Mrs. Beamer’s companies jointly will finance trips of the six next best to the International Livestock Show in Chicago. These awards, in addition to the usual ones offered by the fair association, were regarded as largely responsible for the banner exhibit of the boys and girls in the cattle building. (Adrian Daily Telegram, September 23, 1925)

Business and Professional News from the 1910s

D.D. Rorick, of this city, and C.A. Robison, of Massillon, have entered into a partnership business for the transaction of law, real estate, insurance and collections, and take this means of soliciting the business of the public. There office will be in the present office of D.D. Rorick. “Dal” and “Cal” ought to make a pretty good team, and do a good business in the lines they are handling, and here’s wishing them success. (Oxford Mirror, June 2, 1910)

J.O. Walling returned Sunday from Hollister where he went to look over a position for his orchestra. Mr. Walling states that the has a good offer but it will be some time before the parties will be ready for him. (Lompoc Record, July 15, 1910)

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