Albert V. Foster Succumbs In Toledo
Albert V. Foster, 72, president and director of A.V. Foster & Co., investment firm, Toledo, died January 4 at 9:30 a.m. in his home in Ottawa Hills.
Mr. Foster had been in ill health since July 1948.
He was born on a farm in Hillsdale County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Foster, and attended high school in Hudson and Cleary’s Business College in Ypsilanti.
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MORENCI, Aug. 18—The funeral of Mrs. Amie Spaulding Rorick was held in the Rorick home on East Main Street Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock. The Rev. S.N. Oliver of Muskegon, a former pastor of the Congregational church in Morenci, officiated. The bearers were C.H. Rorick, C.K. Rorick of Morenci, Marvin Rorick, Ceilan Rorick, George Crane and Charles Baither of Toledo, all grandsons of the deceased. The burial was made in Oak Grove cemetery.
Relatives and friends from a distance who attended the service were Mr. and Mrs. A.V. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Horton Rorick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baither, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pruden [sic] of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Foster and daughter Violet of Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Crane of Fayette, Mrs. William Armstrong of Sharon, Pa., Mrs. Charles Wade, Mrs. George Harding and Mr. and Mrs. Williamson of Jonesville and John Beatty of Norwalk, Connecticut.
Source: Adrian Daily Telegram, August 18, 1931.
Members of four of Toledo’s socially prominent families narrowly escaped death injury early Monday in a fire which destroyed two cottages at Wampler’s lake, 16 miles northwest of here, and badly damaged a third with a total loss estimated at $10,000.
The fire started in the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baither of Toledo and quickly spread to the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rorick also of Toledo. Both cottages burned. Continue reading “$10,000 Loss in Lake Fire”
Lieutenant and Mrs. E.L. Johnsen of Lake Forest, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. William Menke of Sharon, Pa., entertained at the Hotel Saulsbury Friday evening honoring Miss Amie Crane of Fayette, Ohio, and William Armstrong of Sharon, Pa., whose marriage occurred Saturday afternoon. A four course dinner was served, the table being centered with a large basket of garden flowers and places were arranged for Miss Crane and Mr. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baither of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller, Miss Louise Armstrong and William Thomas of Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. George Crane of New York City, Miss Adaline Simon of Kalamazoo, Dr. and Mrs. C.E. Raabe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scofield, Miss Lavina Scofield and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Buck of Morenci, Lieutenant and Mrs. Johnsen and Mr. and Mrs. Menke. Continue reading “Morenci Notes (Excerpt)”
MORENCI, Feb. 7.—The funeral of George Herbert Rorick was held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the home with Rev. Norman MacNaughton, pastor of the Congregational church, officiating. The burial was made in the family lot in Oak Grove cemetery. The bearers were Sam Horton, J.P. Rorick, M.C. Rorick, W.R. Rorick, W.C. Hart and James Miller. The honorary bearers were Dr. C.A. Blair, C.F. Buck, W.R. Gates, Dr. J.B. Munro, M.C. Wisely and L. Glen Wisely.
Relatives and friends from away who attended the services included Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Rorick and sons Marvin and Ceilan of Toledo, Mrs. Lela [sic] Foster and son Oscar and daughter, Mrs. Charles Beither [sic], Mr. and Mrs. George Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Snyder and son Cale, and Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Crane of Fayette, Byron Foster of Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Nimmo, Mrs. Florence Gorton, Mrs. Kathryn Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wisely and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wisely, all of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burtless, James Miller and the Rev. and Mrs. Norman MacNaughton of Adrian, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ives of Tecumseh and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lentz and daughter Alice of Wampler Lake.
Source: Adrian Daily Telegram, February 7, 1934.