GRAYS RIVER PERSONALS
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Upton of (blurred), Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bond of Vancouver, and Mr. and Mrs. (blurred) W. Scott of Wenatchee, Washington, were visitors at (blurred) H. Klint home Sunday.
A beach party was enjoyed Sunday evening by the following people: Mr. and Mrs. George (blurred), Mr. and Mrs. W. H. (blurred) and family. Henry (blurred), Bill Klint, Elma Soren, (blurred) Gust, Emma, and Alma (blurred) all of Minnesta and Marie Klint.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brix and Miss Gladys Larson of Knappton were guests at the Theo. (blurred) home on Monday evening.
Mrs. Cyrus Vaughn of Skamokawa and Mrs. Leslie Gollersrud of Jewel are visiting with friends and relatives.
A group of young people (blurred) to Cathlamet on Tuesday (blurred where they spent a pleasant evening. Those in the party were Misses Julia Barr, (blurred) Buskala, Jean Gollersrud, (blurred) George Durrah, Sydney (blurred) and Ed Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Barr and Maxine Mathison were Astoria shoppers, Thursday.
Chester Hull, a member of Astoria’s fire department, has been spending a week here visiting relatives.
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Mrs. Harry Bowers and Mrs. Henry Palo of Astoria were visitors at the John Takalo home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eino Rangila of Deep River were Rosburg visitors this week at the John Takola home.
Mrs. Randy Durrah has been somewhat indisposed for some time suffering from an attack of rheumatism. Her friends hope to see her in improved health soon.
Mrs. Matilda Kandoll, one of the pioneer women of the Rosburg district, passed away on Monday in an Astoria hospital, after a prolonged illness. Mrs. Kandoll had resided in the United States for 55 years. She spent 17 years in the Rosburg district where she reared her family. She was a women of sterling worth and lived worthily in the sight of all. She is survived by two sons, Hjalmar and Emil and 11 grandchildren who, along with many neighbors, mourn her passing. Internment was held on Thursday afternoon in the Seal River Cemetery following the services held in the near by church and conducted by Reverend Ojala, of Astoria.
By Mrs. Viva Elliott
Word has been received here of the birth of a daughter, their third, in the George Jones family. Mrs. Jones is in the hospital at Astoria, and she and the baby were both fine at last reports. Well, this is the fourth new citizen in this community this year. Years not over yet.
Rev. B.F. Mitchell, Presbyterian home missionary from Tacoma, arrived in Dahlia Monday to help organize a Sunday School.
Although the extended fishing season sounds a “little bit fishy”, we will hope it will mean all that is expected of it to the fisherman who were feeling very blue after the disastrous summer.
Miss Ann Carlson left Wednesday morning for Seattle where she will embark for her regular late – August trip to Cordova, Alaska. Miss Carlson has been teaching there for so long that going is really a habit.
Miss Roys, the state nurse, made her official calls through this neighborhood last week.
The Community Club is sponsoring a card party at the Grange Hall on September 3rd at which Bridge, Five Hundred and Pinochle will be featured. Twenty five cents will give one the privileges of play and super. Everybody invited.
(note: Mathilda's maiden name was Rusko)