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THE DAILY ASTORIAN • THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2018
Pretty Gritty, country, 7 p.m., Adrift
Hotel, 409 Sid Snyder Drive, Long
Beach, Wash., no cover.
Gallery, 1064 Hemlock St., Cannon
Beach.
Wes Wahrmund, jazz, 6 p.m., The Bis-
tro, 263 Hemlock St., Cannon Beach.
The John Orr Jazz Trio, 7 p.m.,
WineKraft, 80 10th St., Astoria, no
cover, 21+.
“Edge of Darkness,” 7 p.m., Barn
Community Playhouse, 1204 Ivy Ave.,
Tillamook, $10 to $15.
“Frozen,”7:30 p.m., KALA, 1017 Marine
Drive, Astoria, $15, 21+.
Hollis Peach, Americana, 8 p.m.,
Sou’Wester Lodge, 3728 J Place,
Seaview, Wash.
The Best of the 44th Northwest
Filmmakers’ Festival Film Screening,
7:30 p.m., Hoffman Center, 594 Laneda
Ave., Manzanita, $5.
FRIDAY
Lunch in the Loft with Elise Hooper,
12 p.m., Beach Books, 616 Broadway,
Seaside, $30, reservations required.
Luke Ydstie & Kati Claborn, country,
8:30 p.m., Adrift Hotel, 409 Sid Snyder
Drive, Long Beach, Wash., no cover.
Laura Gibson & Ivy Ross Ricci, Ameri-
cana, 8 p.m., Sou’Wester Lodge, 3728 J
Place, Seaview, Wash.
Oregon Spirits Golf Tournament, 12
p.m., Gearhart Golf Links, 1157 Marion
Ave., Gearhart, $50 to $60, 21+, shot-
gun start, registration required.
SUNDAY
SATURDAY
Hollis Peach & Lucy Barna, Ameri-
cana, 5 p.m., Van Dusen Building, 372
10th St., Astoria, $15.
* Pacific Basketball League Tourna-
ments, 8 a.m., high schools, Seaside,
Warrenton, Astoria, $2 to $7.
Maggie & the Katz, rhythm-n-blues, 6
p.m., Sweet Basil’s Café, 271 Hemlock
St., Cannon Beach, no cover, 21+.
* Cartwheels for Canned Food, 11
a.m., Encore Dance Studio, 3631 Hwy.
101, Gearhart, 4+.
Bill Wadhams & Friends, pop rock,
7 p.m., McMenamins Sand Trap, 1157
Marion Ave., Gearhart, no cover.
Encore Dance Studio
Tumblers will participate in the eighth annual fundraiser Cartwheels
for Canned Food in Gearhart at 11 a.m. Saturday at Encore Dance
Studio. Irelynn Van Slyke stands next to a collection of donations
from last year’s event.
Bobcat Rice, blues, 6 p.m., Seasons
Café, 255 Hemlock St., Cannon Beach.
Shelburne Inn Restaurant, 4415 Pacific
Way, Seaview, Wash., no cover.
George Coleman, classical, 6 p.m.,
Niall Carroll, folk, 6 p.m., The Cove,
9604 Hwy. 103, Long Beach, Wash.
Peter Lindsey’s “Just Moving the
Water Around,” 6 p.m., Cannon Beach
* Recommended for kids.
OBITUARIES
Seven days of razor clam
digging will open on Sunday
across beaches in Washington
state.
Recent marine toxin tests
show the clams are safe to eat
and four beaches will open
Dorothy Ann Anderson
lion established by the state.
“Not every beach is open
every day,” said Dan Ayres,
coastal shellfish manager for
the Washington Department
of Fish and Wildlife, “so folks
need to be sure they know if
the beach they are headed for
is open.”
on different days through-
out the seven-day period.
Long Beach will be open next
Wednesday through Feb. 3 for
evening digs. Domoic acid
levels were as low as 5 parts
per million in Long Beach as
of Saturday, well below the
threshold of 20 parts per mil-
Shoreline, Washington
June 1, 1923 — Jan. 20, 2018
FIVE-DAY FORECAST FOR ASTORIA
TONIGHT
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
39
47
43
Cloudy with rainy spells
Cloudy with a little rain
ALMANAC
56
43
Windy with rain
Rain at times
Last
Salem
37/46
Newport
40/47
Feb 7
Coos Bay
40/49
First
Feb 15
Source: Jim Todd, OMSI
TOMORROW'S TIDES
Astoria / Port Docks
Time
1:27 a.m.
3:11 p.m.
Low
2.9 ft.
1.1 ft.
Ontario
29/44
Burns
17/36
Klamath Falls
22/37
Lakeview
19/34
Ashland
30/44
REGIONAL CITIES
City
Baker City
Bend
Brookings
Eugene
Ilwaco
Klamath Falls
Medford
Newberg
Newport
North Bend
Hi
40
41
47
44
48
38
46
47
47
47
Today
Lo
25
27
39
35
41
22
31
38
40
40
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37
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Fri.
Lo
28
33
44
41
44
28
37
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City
Olympia
Pendleton
Portland
Roseburg
Salem
Seaside
Spokane
Springfi eld
Vancouver
Yakima
Hi
45
44
46
46
47
48
39
45
46
45
Today
Lo
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TOMORROW'S NATIONAL WEATHER
NATIONAL CITIES
Today
Lo
35
17
34
25
37
27
35
-29
70
34
42
39
46
37
67
33
45
23
44
25
38
26
43
37
29
Baker
25/40
Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2018
Tonight's Sky: Low south before sunrise, faint Mars
lower left to brilliant Jupiter.
Hi
57
29
43
58
47
37
62
-23
84
46
59
63
64
59
75
57
59
34
63
39
60
44
54
44
43
La Grande
28/40
Roseburg
37/49
Brookings
39/48
Feb 22
John Day
26/39
Bend
27/40
Medford
31/45
UNDER THE SKY
High
9.0 ft.
6.7 ft.
Prineville
26/42
Lebanon
38/46
Eugene
35/45
New
Pendleton
31/45
The Dalles
33/46
Portland
37/44
Sunset tonight ........................... 5:10 p.m.
Sunrise Friday ............................. 7:45 a.m.
Moonrise today ........................ 12:11 p.m.
Moonset today ............................ 1:21 a.m.
City
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
El Paso
Fairbanks
Honolulu
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Memphis
Miami
Nashville
New Orleans
New York
Oklahoma City
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
Seattle
Washington, DC
Periods of rain
Tillamook
40/47
SUN AND MOON
Time
7:50 a.m.
9:28 p.m.
56
49
Shown is tomorrow's weather. Temperatures are tonight's lows and tomorrow's highs.
ASTORIA
39/47
Precipitation
Wednesday ....................................... 0.26"
Month to date ................................... 8.06"
Normal month to date ....................... 8.12"
Year to date ...................................... 8.06"
Normal year to date .......................... 8.12"
Jan 31
52
46
MONDAY
REGIONAL WEATHER
Astoria through Wednesday.
Temperatures
High/low ....................................... 52°/40°
Normal high/low ........................... 50°/38°
Record high ............................ 64° in 2006
Record low ............................. 17° in 1949
Full
SUNDAY
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40
62
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60
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Fri.
Lo
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18
30
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-26
70
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Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.
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Dorothy Ann Anderson, 94, passed on Jan. nesia, as a logging superintendent with Weyer-
20, 2018, at Garden View Residences in Shore- haeuser. Dorothy moved her household and tal-
ents to a jungle logging camp, making a home
line, Washington.
She was born in Astoria, Oregon, on June among 20 other expat wives. Dorothy learned
Indonesian, and talked easily with
16, 1923, to Oscar and Mayme (Han-
hela) Johnson. She grew up in Ros-
Indonesian workers who sought her
burg, Washington, with her twin,
out for conversation. She created a
cookbook, using favorite family rec-
Betty Marie, and brother, Kenneth
ipes from other wives, to remember
Milton. She attended Riverside and
their gatherings.
Grays River elementary schools, and
While in Borneo, they traveled to
graduated from Naselle High School
many Far East countries. She has also
in 1942.
traveled to Germany, England and
Dorothy resided in Seattle during
Scotland. In 1974, they returned to
World War II, and worked for Puget
the local area, and Pinky transferred
Sound Power. Dorothy married
her high school sweetheart, Del- Dorothy Anderson to Weyerhaeuser, Kalama. In 1975,
bert (“Pinky”) Anderson, on July 28,
Pinky retired with a disability from
1943, in Seattle. Pinky was enlisted in
Weyerhaeuser, and they moved to
the Army, and deployed overseas to the Pacific Puyallup, Washington.
Dorothy is survived by her daughters, Char-
Islands for the war’s duration.
After the war, Dorothy and Pinky returned lotte Anderson of Seattle, Washington, and Car-
to Naselle, bought their house, and settled into olyn Anderson of Lynnwood, Washington; her
postwar life. Dorothy enthusiastically embraced grandson, Justin Anderson of Suvarna; and
the role of homemaker and mother to Charlotte three great-grandsons, Tyler, 12, and twins Arik
(1947) and Carolyn (1950). She enjoyed can- and Deven, 7, of King City, Oregon. Dorothy is
ning fruits, pickles and jams. Desserts were also survived and remembered by her cousins,
always “from scratch.” Dorothy loved making nieces and nephews on both sides of the family.
a variety of breads, including Finnish coffee
She was preceded in death by her husband
bread. Dorothy usually had a sewing or knitting in 1984; her father, Oscar Johnson in 1957;
project going for herself, or for others.
her mother, Mayme, in 1983; her sister, Betty
Dorothy was always involved in community Bighill, in 1994; and her brother, Kenneth John-
events. As a child, she learned to dance with her son, in 2004.
Funeral services for Dorothy will be Sunday,
parents at the Rosburg community dances. As
an adult, she and Pinky continued their love of Jan. 28, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. at the Naselle Con-
gregational Church, 14 Parpala Road. A lunch
dancing at the many local dances.
Dorothy worked for the county election reception immediately follows the services.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made
board for Naselle elections. In 1960, she was
the census enumerator for all Naselle. She was to: Peaceful Hill Cemetery, P.O. Box 47,
a Comet Booster Club member, and attended all Naselle, WA 98638.
Condolences can be left at penttilaschapel.
sports events. Dorothy was always at her daugh-
ters’ church and school programs.
com, or sent to Charlotte and Carolyn Anderson,
In 1971, Pinky transferred to Borneo, Indo- 4125 Beach Drive S.W., Seattle, WA 98116.
MEMORIAL
Sunday, Jan. 28
BOKOR, Stephen L. —
Memorial at 11 a.m., Port-
land Family Peace Fellow-
ship, 2620 Hughes Drive
in West Linn. Bokor, 29, of
Svensen, died Sunday, Jan.
21, 2018, in Svensen. Ocean
View Cremation and Burial
Service of Astoria is in
charge of the arrangements.
Obit to follow.
Simonsen, and Jaydn Waer.
Grandparents are Mara and
Lonny McDonald of Astoria
and Mark and Kelly Simonsen
of Warrenton.
Jan. 17, 2018
FICKEN, Maria and
Jason, of Astoria, a girl,
Fiona Rose Ficken, born at
Columbia Memorial Hospi-
tal. Grandparents are Sterling
and Dawn Ficken of Asto-
ria, and Candace Weber of
Beaverton.
BIRTHS
Jan. 19, 2018
SIMONSEN, Mandi and
Matthew, of Warrenton, a girl,
Maty Renee Simonsen, born
at Columbia Memorial Hos-
pital in Astoria. Older siblings
are Trinity, Trevor and Zoey
PUBLIC MEETINGS
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy,
sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow fl urries,
sn-snow, i-ice.
CLATSOP
POWER
EQUIPMENT , INC.
SALES SERVICE RENTALS
•
* Pacific Basketball League Tourna-
ments, 7 p.m., high schools, Seaside,
Warrenton, Astoria, $2 to $7.
Travis Riddle & Shane Brown, rock,
8 p.m., Fort George Brewery, 1483
Duane St., Astoria, no cover.
Clam digs set for Washington state
The Daily Astorian
* “The Velveteen Rabbit Reborn,” 2
p.m., Columbia Theatre, 1231 Vander-
cook Way, Longview, Wash., $5.
•
THURSDAY
Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce, noon,
818 Commercial St., Suite 203.
Clatsop County Recreational Lands Planning
and Advisory Committee, 1 to 3 p.m., fourth
floor, 800 Exchange St.
Cannon Beach Planning Commission, 6 p.m.,
FRIDAY
Sunset Empire Transportation District Ride-
care Advisory Committee, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Astoria Transit Center Conference Room, 900
Marine Drive.
LOTTERIES
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Wednesday’s Lucky Lines: 01-
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WASHINGTON
Wednesday’s Daily Game:
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Wednesday’s Hit 5: 04-12-15-
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