Iva Arvilla Morgan, age 4 months, passed away at her home August 15. Left to mourn her sudden death are her mother and father, and one sister, Elaine, also her grandmother, Mrs. H. Rux and grandfather, Mr. L. W. Morgan. Funeral services were conducted at the home of her grandfather with Rev. Chas. Fearson officiating. Burial was made in the Pine River Cemetery.
Luella Wynn, age 68, passed away August 14, at her home in Backus. Funeral services with Rev. Davis of Pequot officiating were conducted by the Northland Funeral Home. Burial was made in the Pequot cemetery.
Mrs. V. E. Dougherty and children and Miss Katherine Hoeser, sister of Mrs.
Dougherty, who have been guests at the L. E. Dougherty home, drove to
Minneapolis Thursday where Miss Hoeswer remained. Mrs. Dougherty joined her
husband, who has been in the Veterans' Hospital at Minneapolis, going from that
city to Wisconsin on a short trip. Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty and their children
arrived in Pine River on Monday to continue their visit.
Florence Kline returned to Pine River Tuesday from a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Ackerman, in Robbinsdale, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker of Duluth arrived Tuesday to spend a short vacation at the home of Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Wideman.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Finch of Minneapolis were house guests of Mr. Finch's mother, Mrs. Theodore Hill, during the week of August 12th.
Miss Sigrid Peterson and her sister, Mrs. Millard House, of Minneapolis, were week end guests of Mrs. Christianson of Pine River.
Mrs. John Maloney, housekeeper at the Catholic rectory had as her guests on Sunday her two daughters, Mrs. Joe Heisler of Fargo, N. D., and Mrs. Wm. Baldrich, of Ashland, Wis. Mrs. Maloney accompanied her daughters Monday on a trip to Superior, Wisconsin and will return next week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stewart and daughter Virginia were Thursday dinner guests at the home of Judge and Mrs. B. F. Wright at Park Rapids. Present also was Mrs. Grover O'Connell of Boston, Mass., daughter of Judge and Mrs. Wright, and sister-in-law of Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. O'Connell accompanied by her young son Tommy, is spending a few weeks at her parent's home.
Mrs. Edward Crimmins of Pequot gave birth to a baby boy, August 20th. Mother and baby are doing fine.
A seven and a half pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Knott of Pine River at the Holman hospital, August 16.
Mrs. E. A. Erickson left Pine River Wednesday morning for Minneapolis where she will spend several days as a guest of her sister, Miss Selma Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Triggs and family left Pine River Friday morning to drive to Croton, S. D., home of Mrs. Triggs' parents. They returned to Pine River Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Haymaker of Motley were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Haymaker's sister, Mrs. Clyde Townsend. They also called on friends at Norway Lake.
Martin Erickson's brother of Boy River drove down for a week end
Alice Secord left last Wednesday for Detroit, Michigan, after spending the summer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice.
Mrs. Hans Hanson enjoyed a visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cosett.
Mrs. Offa Thompson and baby son returned home from the Pine River Hospital Saturday.
The Fred Henderson family of Avant, Okla., is visiting at the home of her brother, Milton Coon.
Mr. Stump of Nebraska purchased the farm occupied by the Wilson Kramer family, he expects to move on it next spring.
A. J. Hiles and family from Loveland, Iowa, arrived last week. They have purchased the "Old Baily farm" and expect to erect a new set of farm buildings. At present they are staying with the W. E. Hiles family.
Mrs. D. Riley and daughters are making their
home with her sister, Emma Houston, while Mr. Riley is at work in the harvest
fields in North Dakota.
The little baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moser the ninth of August has been named Keith Harold.
Extracted 2022 Jan 12 by Norma Hass
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