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1953-8-27 Fishers visit from Connecticut
Wftriam Fishers Ftod by Fritnds A round of parties and family dinners, entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher, of Greenwich, Conn., during their visit here at the home of Mrs. Flahern par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen of North Albany. Mrs. Fisher is ih former Miss Marauita Ulsen Thii was Mr. Fisher's first visit to Oregon. While here they pe"tf several days at Crater Lake, visited the Oregon beaches and spent some time with Mrs. fisher's brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olsen of Eugene. They left Port land by air Monday for Los Angeles where Ihey will visit other brothers and sisters of Mrs. Fisher- and from there will re turn to the east On last Monday evening Mrs. John Anderson of Laurel Heights entertained a family group at a huffet dinner with summer flow era ornamenting the table and the rooms. Amona- the guests were Mr, and Mrs. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Muller. Hiram George Olsen, Miss Ann Olsen, Miss Elizabeth Workman of Cottage Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parker and Mrs. Lula Parker. On Tuesday Mrs. Olsen enter tained at a lawn party at her home with all of her North At bany neighbors as guests. Among those who enjoyed afternoon re- fiesffments on the spacious lawn were the guest of. honor, Mrs. Henry Sause, jr., Mrs. Raymond Crites, Mrs. Alf Steen, fflrs. Ken neth Graham, Mrs. A. Lopuson, Mrs. Henry Oberson, Mrs. Russell Parker, Miss Ann Olsen, Mrs. Wesley Muller, Mrs. Lula Parker, Mrs. Preston Dickey, Mrs. A. P. Howells and Mrs. Rosella Langh lin. A family dinner on Sunday brought together the Fishers, the Wesley Mullers, Miss Olsen and her brother, Hiram George, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olsen and son Erick of Eugene. They gath ered at the parental home for a final visit before the guests re turned to Connecticut. Others who entertained for Mr. and Mrs. Fisher while they were in Albany included Mrs. Ray mond Crites, Mrs. Alf Steen, Mrs. Henry Sause, jr., and Mrs. A. P. Howells.