|Grocery store once operated by Alice Emrick in Glendale|
family records. The date of the family’s move from Stephenson County, Illinois to Seward County, Nebraska is unknown, but occurred after her birth, but before 1900. She had two brothers: George and Bert Cooper Emrick.
Robert Cooper, profiled previously, lived with the Emrick's in 1910.
Alice’s mother Margaret died in Seward County in 1914. Alice lived with her father, caring for him until between 1920-23, when she moved to Glendale, Los Angeles County, California and became a grocer. Sometime during this period, she married a man named Moler, for whom no further information is available. She was listed as a widow for the 1930 census.
Alice operated a couple of neighborhood markets, one of which was located at 310 E California St in Glendale. The building is still standing and is still being used as a grocery. She had previously been at 471 W Harvard St in Glendale for a few years.
Her father George resided with her until his death in 1933. Brother Bert Cooper Emrick, a salesman, and his wife Lela also resided in Glendale. By 1936, she had retired and she died in 1940 at the age of 57.