Mr. and Mrs. Lee Link of Summit Station entertained with a dinner for their son, Richard, who left Sunday by jet for Kansas City, Mo., where he will be taking a five to six week for the airlines for which he works. Those attending were Miss Donna Drumm, Mr. and Mrs. Orwine Drumm, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Link and daughter, Lisa, Mrs. Charles Link and the honored guest.
Source: Newark Advocate, September 25, 1963.
Maria Beard Association of M.E. Church Gets Title.
Deeds were recorded yesterday of the transfer by W.A. Barr to Jesse W. Walling and by Jesse W. Walling to the Maria Beard association of the Methodist Episcopal church of lots 18, 19 and 20, block 151, Lidgerwood Park. The consideration in the first is given as $10,000. The association has had possession for several years, the lots being the site of the old people’s home.
Source: Spokane Spokesman-Review, August 29, 1914.
Prominent Business Man Unanimously Elected Head of East Buffalo Live Stock Association.
W.R. Rorick, of the firm Sadler, Rorick & Co., and one of the best known and most highly esteemed citizens in Buffalo, was yesterday afternoon unanimously elected president of the East Buffalo Live Stock association. No other name was presented to the members of the exchange, and a motion to make the election unanimous was passed with dispatch. This is the first time in the history of the organization that such action was taken, there always having been a contest heretofore.
Other officers were elected were: Charles C. Mansfield, vice president; C.E. Maxwell, treasurer, and C.C. Mansfield, William Bickel, Dode Meeks, E.S. Nute, William A. Williamson, Russell D. Birchfield, C.W. Zimmer and W.R. Rorick, directors.
Mr. Rorick has been identified with the livestock business from many years and the members of the association over which he will preside until his successor is chosen are to be congratulated upon their wise action. He is well fitted from the presidency and the members may look forward to a prosperous and highly successful administration. Associated with Mr. Rorick in the firm of Sadler, Rorick & Co., is Edward C. Laux, one of the young hustlers in the big game of East Buffalo.
Source: Buffalo Enquirer, February 6, 1914.
By Mildred Spencer
“With premeditation and in full possession of my mental faculties, I killed George Stephens. What are you going to do about it?”
With those words a colorless average man achieves “A Moment of Importance” in the new Roy Walling play of that name which opened Tuesday evening at the Erlanger. It is being presented this week for the first time on any stage by Frank McCoy and Victor Payne-Jennings.
On trial for his life, James Shane has been acquitted by a jury which obviously resented the unfair tactics used to convict him. Realizing that, under the laws of the United States, he cannot be tried again for the same crime, he asks permission to address the court. The first act curtain falls on his startling confession.Continue reading “Roy Walling Play At Erlanger Has Clever New Twist”
SPRINGDALE, Wash., Sept. 29.—J.R. Walling of this place has shipped 75 hogs to the Spokane Meat and Poultry company.
J.R. Walling sold last week 10 of his Indian Runner game chickens for $3 each. The purchaser, Mr. Nopp of Chesaw, intends taking them to fair at Grand Forks, where he won a $500 prize last year on fine chickens.
Source: Spokane Spokesman-Review, September 30, 1912.
SPRINGDALE, Wash., Feb. 27—J.R. Walling, who has been engaged in the butcher business at this place for seven years, has disposes of his market and business to G.S. Simmons of Spokane. Mr. Walling owns a valuable tract adjoining town on the west.
Source: Spokane Spokesman-Review, February 28, 1912.