L-R Rachel Anna Webber Larned with great granddaughter Mary Susan Ashworth, Audra Bernice Larned Spencer (daughter of Rachel Larned), holding her daughter Vicki Ellen Spencer. Audra Spencer is the grandmother of Susan and Rachel Larned is the grandmother of Vicki.
Fighting breakers for three days - The surf boat left Florence, Coos Co., Oregon port to assist the schooner Helen B. Sterling, which was in danger of piling up on the rocks at Heceta Head. After three days the Coast Guard cutter Haida relieved the sailors, but they were still unable to cross the bar so they moved 10 miles out to sea and anchored with two anchors. They were unable to return to port for another two days.
Those pictured are ; l-r Elmer Peterson, Harold William McCrady, M.J. Berhard, Capt Lyle Stirt and Clyde Deal (not pictured.)
George McCrady with one of the horses he rented out to riders. Beach is at Seaside, Tillamook Co., Oregon
Those attending, Esther Argot Webber, Chester Webber, Millard Webber, Marion Webber, Aunt Clara Webber, her husband Uncle Charlie Webber, behind them, Leonard Webber, Rachel Anna Webber Larned (wearing the green knit dress she made) and Ida Webber Harris. Little girl in picture is Vicki Ellen Spencer and directly behind her is audra Bernice Larned Spencer, daughter of Rachel Anna Webber Larned.
Children of John William Webber and Eliza Parker Webber.
L-R: Esther Argot Webber, Chester Webber, Millard Webber, Marion Webber, Clara Webber, her husband Charles Webber, behind them, Leonard Webber, then beside Charlie, Rachel Anna Webber Larned (wearing the green knit dress she made) and Ida Webber Harris. Aunt Clara and Uncle Charlie Webber's anniversary celebration.
Hugh "Huey" Ashworth b. 18 Jun 1891 d. 11 Feb 1937, son of Aaron and Lydia Nelson Ashworth.