“Mimi” is tall, slender and blonde Elizabeth Rorick, daughter of the Ceilan H. Roricks of Toledo, O. More important here, she is the bride-elect of Bill Stack, lately of New York, but long one of Lansing’s favorite people. He wears the unmistakable stamp of the Yale man with becoming nonchalance for one who acquitted himself os [sic] well both in the classroom and on the football field. Bill is the son of Professor and Mrs. J.W. Stack of East Lansing.Continue reading “Mimi Is Charming”
The engagement of Miss Elizabeth Wolcott Rorick, to Joseph William Stack, Jr., of New York city, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William Stack, 1028 Chesterfield parkway, East Lansing, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceilan Herbert Rorick of Toledo, O.
Miss Rorick attended the Masters school of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., and Sarah Lawrence college, Bronxville, N.Y. She is a member of the Toledo Junior league. Mr. Stack attended Yale university where he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Aurelian honor society, and the senior society, Skull and Bones.
The wedding will take place in September. Formal announcement of the event was made July 10 at a party given by Miss Rorick’s brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Horton Rorick in Toledo.
Source: Lansing State Journal, July 18, 1948.
The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Wolcott Rorick of Toledo and Joseph William Stack, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Stack, 1028 Chesterfield parkway, East Lansing, Saturday, was like a story book event. Many of the large beautiful old homes of Toledo and its suburbs were the settings for many parties which preceded the service in First Congregational church, Toledo. Rev. R. Malcolm Ward, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal church, Maumee, officiating minister, was assisted by Rev. Robert Blyth of the First Congregational church.
TOLEDO, O.—While he was in New York City of medical treatment, Ceilan H. Rorick, 58, Pine Ridge road, Toledo, died Wednesday in the city after a long illness. He was president of the Spitzer-Rorick Trust and Savings Bank.
The body will be brought to the Bennett Mortuary from New York, and funeral services will be announced later.
Mr. Rorick is survived by his wife, Isabel; a son, Horton C., III, Toledo; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Stack, Milwaukee; a brother, Marvin H. Rorick, Sr., Toledo; a sister, Mr. Paul R. Prudden, Palm Beach, Fla., and Perrysburg, O.; and nine grandsons.
Source: Fremont News-Messenger, June 12, 1958.