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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1907)
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THE DAHiT COOS BAr TIMES. MARSHFlKIiD, OREGOX, SUNDAY, JIAY 12, 1007.
No More Meeting Will be Held Un
til tie Latter Part of
Includes English Literature From
Samuel Johnson Pown to
The members of Progress club will
hold their annual election Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W.
Bennett. Thts meeting closes a suc
cessful club year for the ladies, as no
meetings will be held until the lat
ter part of September, when the new
club year begins. The year will be
commenced with a luncheon Tuesday
afternoon, September 24.
During the season just closed the
club held meetings each Tuesday
afternoon. The course In English
literature as outlined commenced
with the early history of the Anglos,
Danes and Saxons and was divided
into periods leading down to the time
of Samuel Johnson. The new calen
dar has been differently arranged, in
that meetings are to be held every
second Tuesday afternoon, and the
English literature to be studied will
be taken up according to dates and
not divided into periods. Commenc
ing with Samuel Johnson the writers
down to and Including Shelley will be
taken up. The year will be closed
much the same as this one, with a
summer outing on Tuesday, June 2.
The club calendars are now In the
"hands of the printers and will be
ready for distribution among the
members at the last meeting. The
new calendar is being put out in book
form, much the same as those used
last year, and will be quite nicely
arranged, with a handsome cover.
Following Is the calendar as ar
ranged: Motto: "Progress is the law of
September 2S Opening with
October S Samuel Johnson, 1709
S4; Mrs. Squire.
October 22 David Hume, 1711
76; Mrs. Tower.
November 5 Oliver Goldsmith,
172S-74; Mrs. Upton.
November 19 Edmund Burke,
1730-97 Mrs. Bennett.
December 3 William Cowper,
1731-1S00; Mrs. Bradley.
December 17 Edward Gibbon,
1737-94; Mrs. Chandler.
January 7 Richard B. Sheridan,
1751-1S16; George Crabbe, 1754
1S32; Mrs. Dow.
January 21 Robert Burns, 1759
96; Mrs. Flanagan.
February 4 William Wordsworth,
1770-1S50; Mrs. Greene.
February IS Walter Scott, 1771
32; Mrs. G. W. Kaufman. John Gib
son Lockhart. 1794-1S54.
March 3 Samuel Taylor Cole
ridge, 1772-1S34; unassigned. Robert
March 17 Charles Lamb, 1775
1S34; Mrs. I. S. Kaufman.
March 31 Walter Savage Landor,
1775-1S61; Thomas Campbell, 1777
1S44; Mrs. Lando.
April 14 Henry liallam, 177S
1S59; Mrs. Levar
April 2S Thomas Moore, 1779
1S52; Thomas de Quincy, 17S5-1S59;
May 12 Lord George Gordon
Byron, 17SS-1S24; Percy Bysshe
Shelley, 1792-1S22; Mrs. Small.
May 19 Annual election.
May 26 Reciprocity.
June 2 Summer Outing.
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HOLD SPECLA.L 3IEETIXG.
tThere will be a meeting of Baker
post No. S, G. A. R., held in old Ma
sonic hall in Marshfield Tuesday, May
14, at 1:30 p. m., to perfect arrange
ments for the observance of Memorial
day, and other business. A full at
tendance of the comrades is earnestly
requested. After 2:30 the doors will
be open for anyone interested.
W. E. THORP, Commander.
Park "The closest and
most sheltered district
for factory men" - -
illington The busiest and
most beautiful suburb
on Coos Bay
Railroad Addition Speaks for
itself by growth and
increase in values
I. S. Kaufman il Co.
M. P. Pendersrass, Master
LeaVes Marshfield J30, 9:00,
and 16(30 a. m and 1:00, 2:30
and 4j00 p. m. J
Leaves North Berfd at 8:15,
9:45 and 11:15 a. m., and 1:4?,
3:15 and 5:00 p. m.
'Makes dally trips except 8an
days. Fare: One way, IS
cents; zound trip, 25 cents.
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