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TOT DAILT COOS BAT TIMBS, MARSHFIKLD, OREGON, SUNDAY, JUNE S3, 1007.
IN TH& SCHOOL REALj
On Friday night, June 28, the
Marshfleld High School Alumni Asso
ciation will give its eighth annual
banquet in the Masonic Hall in
Marshfleld. Fifty covers will be laid
and toasts given. Tom Bennett, presi
dent of the Association, will officiate
as toastmaster. The list of toasts
have not been prepared and therefore
It is impossible at this time to print
them. The banquet will follow Im
mediately after the graduating exer
cises of the Marshfleld High School.
'Saturday night, June 29, the
Alumni Association will give its first
annual promenade and the affair will
undoubtedly be the event of the so
cial season on Coos Bay. Dancing
-will begin at 8:30 o'clock and during
the intervening hours till closing
time light refreshments will be
served the guests. Over Ave hun
dred invitations have been issued
for the affair. Music will be fur
nished by the Coos Bay Orchestra.
The decorations of the hall will be
unusually beautiful and elaborate.
Vacation days are here once more
and the school teachers are enjoying
-well earned relaxation. Practically
all of them will leave Coos Bay for
the summer months. The North
Send school teachers have now about
all departed. G. E. Flnnerty has re
turned to his home in Cottage Grove,
Hiss Arda Edwards has gone to
Drain, Miss Mabel Wilson has left
for Yoncalla, Miss Rodine and Miss
Coke departed Monday to spend the
summer In Salem. Miss Murphy left
Wednesday to attend summer school
in Newport. Mis3 Klrkpatrick will
remain in North Bend for a time and
-will have charge of the school library
-which will be open from 3 to 5 on
"Wednesdays. Miss Ida Gamble spent
the first of the week in Coquille grad
ing the eighth grade papers and has
now returned to North Bend, where
she will be the greater part of the
summer. A. G. Raab, principal of
the North Bend school, will shortly
take a trip to Ten Mile and will
then go down the coast Into Curry
In the Marshfleld school Mis3 Olive
Easterday wil spend the summer In
Tacoma and will not again return to
the Marshfleld school. Miss Bradley
will remain here and Miss Nellie
Lyon will probably spend the sum
mer in Denver with her sister. Mrs.
Rude will visit in BInghampton with
her mother. Miss Alice McCormac
-will probably take a pleasure trip
though she has not definitely decided
where she will go. Miss Agnes Gul
ovson will visit with her people in
Portland. Mrs. P. M. Wilbur will
Temaln in the city the greater part
of the summer. Prof. Golden will
devote his time to the supervision of
the handsome residence which he Is
erecting In Boulevard Park just
north of the city.
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GRADUATING DAY PROGRAM.
Piano Duet, "Parting," March from Lenore Raff
Mrs. Wm. Horsfall, Jr!, Miss Eickworth. ' :
Invocation, Rev. W. R. H. Browne.
Chorus, (a) "Legends" Mahring
(b) "Annie Laurie" Arranged by Dudley Buck
Salutatory, Theme, "True Faults of the American Democracy"
Clara I. Myren.
Vocal Solo, .Selection Miss Maud R. Painter
Class Prophecy Marjory C. Cowan
Violin Solo, "Cavatlna" J. Raft
Dr. H. V. Riggs. Miss Eickworth, accompanist.
Presentation of Class Mantle, Theme, "The Torch of Civilization"
Selma A. Johnson.
Address to Graduates Francis H. Clark
Piano Trio, "Turkish March" Mozart
Miss Eickworth, Miss Crawford, Mrs. Wm. Horsfall, Jr.
Vocal Solo, (a) "The Sweetest Flower That Blows".. C. B. Hawley
(b) "Carissima" Waltz Ballad Arthur A. Penn
Mrs. C. W. Tower.
Valedictory, Theme, "American Ideals" Edna O. Bralnard
Mrs. Stauff, Miss Evelyn Anderson, Miss Millie Johnson, Miss
Presentation of Diplomas Principal F. A. Golden
Chorus, (a) "Rise Again Glad Summer Sun" Leslie
(b) "Minnehaha" Lorlng
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COOS BAY BRIEFS
Editorial Rooms - - 1331
Boise Pharmacist. Herbert Lock
hart and F. M. Parsons, of Boise,
Idaho, have entered into partnership
Mrs. E. M. Farringer held her
third students' recital Friday after
noon at her home on South Broad
way, Marshfield. The students
showed marked Improvement over
their previous efforts. Following Is
the program given: Duet, "La Gra
cleuse," C. Bohn. Misses Maud and
Mabele Lang. "Les Myrtes," The
Myrtles, Nora Tower. "Pempo de
Tarrantoll," Hughes; Ruth Allen.
"Fascination Waltz," Paul Wachs,
Madge Savage. "Pas do Am
phores," Chamlnade; Gertrude Man
dlgo. DOUBLE WEDDING.
A doublo wedding was the chief
event in Marshfleld Saturday night
-when Herman Hill and Miss Adele
Stone, and William Hagqulst and
Brlta Stono wore united In marriage
by the Rov. Bengtson In tho I, O. O.
F. Hall, In tho presence of almost
300 friends. The coromony began
at 8:30 o'clock and consumed about
an hour. When over, tho couploa
were showered with congratulations
and gifts. Dancing waa indulged in
and a banquet served. Both the
grooms aro employed In tho Kruso
and Banks shipbuilding yards and are
well known on Coos Bay, The
young ladles enjoy a wide acquaint
anco and the many friends of the
couplos wish thorn a long and happy
MISS McARTHUR ENTERTAINS.
Mary Loulso MoArthur entertained
about twenty of her llttlo friends' la
a roferal siennar at fier home la South ,
Marshfleld Saturday. Th occasloa-,
wan In bninr of her sixth birthday. 1
3Jfca im tk reoipieat ot saaaj re
HIGH SCHOOL AND ALUMNI.
The High School course was adopt
ed in Marshfleld in 1896, and since
that time there has been seventy
eight graduates. Of that number
fifty were women and twenty-seven
were men. All of the graduating
classes have passed with unusually
high grades; the present class, how
ever, averaged the highest grade on
record in the State of Oregon and
graduated honorarlly. Of the fifty
girls who have passed out of the por
tals of the Marshfleld High School
eighteen have gone down before the
marksmanship of that diligent little
archer, Cupid. Two of the seventy
seven graduates Miss Gussle Smith,
1897, and Miss Daisy Edwards,
1900, are deceased. The Alumni As
sociation was organized in 1900 and
the first banquet was given In the
school house. Prof. Golden has been
at the head of the Marshfleld school
for the past sixteen years, the last
fifteen of which have been consecu
tive. Mrs. P. M. Wilbur has been
teaching the first grade for thirteen
consecutive years. Following are
the graduating classes:
1897. Margaret Anderson, Jottle
Watson, Archie Palmer.
1898. Agnes Hutcheson, Eva An
derson, Robert R. Watson, Fred.
Hagelstein, Winnie Vanderburg.
1899. Stella E. O'Connell, Her
bert E. Wolcott, John Kronholm, E.
L. C. Farrln, Mabel Rood, Grace
McCormac, May Vanderburg, Ed
warda A. Ericksen.
1900. Bess V. Howard, Edna T.
Seeleg, Esther Ogren, Clara W. John'
son, Alice Hagelstein, Henry Walder,
Marlon Reedy, Maude E. Brown,
Maude de Nevue, Mamie Mahoney,
Henry Hagelstein, Gasper Yoakam.
1901. Jay Tower, Frank Wick
man, Cora Chapman, Elmer De
Nevue, Josephine Corders, Daisy
Reedy, Laura Escott, Tollle Corders,
Sidney Klahn, Claude Washing, Dan
1902. Alice Bay McCormac, Fred
Hofer, Ollie Davis, Clara A. John
son. 1903. Millie Johnson, Lettie G.
Larson, Emil R. Peterson, Thomas
Bennett, I. R. Tower, Genevieve
Sengstacken, James Cowan, Mrs.
Fred. Tuttle, Walter Butler.
1904. Eva M. Coke, Sam Mars
den, Delia Chapman, V. Vivian Tay
lor, Stella Gulovson.
1905. J. Male Bennett, Nellie B.
Tower, Ada I. Chapman, Annie Wick
man, Hilda Stenholm.
1906. Kathleen Bennett, Ruth
Smith, Elizabeth Cox, Maud Lang,
Anna Clinkenbeard, Helen Landrith,
William LIngren, Ben Chandler, Syd
1907. Annie Berry, Clara Myer,
Selma Johnson, Marjory Cowan, Ed
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Shrimp and Lettuce Salad.
ALUMNI BANQUET MENU.
Bread and Butter Sandwiches
Neapolitan Brick Ice Cream. Cakes
Raisins Mixed Nuts. Fruits
S Punch Coffee
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SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR.
North Bend's school year just
closed was most successful and the
management is encouraged greatly
by tho showing of the pupils. Tho
average dally attendance this year
exceeded by thirteen pupils the total
enrollment "last year. On Monday
Attorney J. W. Pixley and George
Schlegel were elected to hold office
on the board of education. The fol
lowing pupils successfully passed the
eighth grade examination and are
eligible to tho High School course,
which opens next year:
August Hoelltng, Lizzie Childs,
Ruby Brigham, Helen Mende, Anna
Childs, Edith Trelchol, Fred. Stora,
Ellon Anderson, Edith Raab, Ethel
Motzler, Amelia Volz, Charles Van
Zllo, Edith Hlldobrand, Anna Wyatt,
Belva Flanagan, Colin Brown, Loyd
Enlund and Cora Smith.
NORTH BEND SCHOOL.
Through the generosity of L. A.
Frey, th0 North Bend clothier,
prizes were awarded to tho pupils in
tho different grades in the North
Bond school for the most marked im
provement In writing. Owing to
dolay in shipping, tho prizes can not
bo distributed beforo July. Every
school pupil on Coos Bay will next
year be given a chance to show his
or her ability in oratory, Mr. Froy
will hereafter give three prizes an
nually for the pupils making tho
best showing in this lino. Tho de
tails for tho contests will b ar
ranged UteY. BmI6? thtf prises of
fered thU year for the most aaraM
Improvement ia copy the teachers
Pt ap prUea la the different trade
for tat punlla vka tnrad gat Um
best copC. A, WooA C, SL "rTla-
sor, and C. A. Boles acted as judges.
Following are the pupils who are
First Grade. Best copy, Hilda
Nelson; most Improvement, Dorsey
Second Grade. Best copy, Goldje
Rlggs; most Improvement, Fred.
Third Grade. Best copy, Ina
Johnson; most Improvement, Mary
Fourth Grade. Best copy, Earl
McKelllps; most improvement, Cur
Fifth Grade. Best copy, Bessie
Flanagan; most Improvement, Esther
Sixth Grade. Best copy, John
WIecks; most improvement, Harry
Seventh Grade. Best copy, Mabel
Nelson; most improvement, Cath
Eighth Grade. Best copy, Ethel
Metzle'r; most Improvement, Ruby
Ninth Grade. Best copy, Hattle
Van Zlll; most improvement, Chas.
Tenth Grade. Best copy, Maude
Coke; most Improvement, no decision.
and hereafter the firm name or the
Lbckhart Pharmacy will be Lockhart
& Parsons. Mr. Lockhart has been
in the drug business in Marshfleld
for several years, and his store Is well
known on Coos Bay. Mr. Parsons
comes from Boise, Idaho, where he
was connected with the Overland
Pharmacy. He is a registered phar
macist. The firm have In stock an
elegant line of toilet articles and
Confirms Class. Bishop Scadding,
who will have charge of both the
morning and evening services at the
Episcopal Church today, will con
firm a class of fourteen children dur
ing the evening ceremony. Follow
ing are the names of those who will
be confirmed: Muriel Lewis, Alice
Coxx Alice Curtis, Ella Brown, Ellen
Sneddon, Martha Bernltt, Bessie
Ayre, Cora Bowron, Lottie Longstaff,
Emma Erlckson, Charley Merchant,
Tom Patterson, Elton Metlln, Fred.
That Bull Fight. Jack Keating
was In the city yesterday making ar
rangements for the bull flght he Is
Intending to pull off at North Bend
on the Fourth of July. Mr. Keating
promises to give a flne flght, provid
ing the city council will give him the
privilege of using the park on that
Receives Rails. A shipment of
two cars of rails was received on the
Alliance for the C. A. Smith Com
pany. F. Boutin also received a '
the Alliance for the C. A. Smith
Company. F. Boutin also received a
shipment of one car of rails for his
logging road on South Slough.
Ladies Ghe Social. The Ladies'
Aid Society of the Lutheran Church
will hold a bazaar and social In the
Lutheran Church Hall, Monday even-j
Ing at 8 o'clock. Everybody Is cor
dially Invited to attend.
Extended Visit. Mrs. Ira Chap
man will leave on the steamer Kll
burn for California to visit with her
relatives. She will spend some time
In tho cities of Berkeley, San Fran
cisco and Eureka.
1). C. Gibson, a member of the
Courteney Lumber Company on the
Coquille river, arrived on Coos Bay
on the steamer Kllburn. Mr. Gibson
Is n timber expert. Ho has been In
Portland for about five weeks on
Clevo Jennings' Kuncrnl. The
body of Cleve Jennings, shot In As
toria by Joseph Bowlsby, was re
ceived In North Bend on the Alliance.
Tho funeral services will bo held In
the undertaking parlors today at 2
o'clock. Rev. Surnerlln, of North
Bend, will officiate.
Attend Convention. F. M. Stewart
and Claud Stutsman leave on the Al
liance today to attend th Sixteenth
International Convention of the Bap
tist Young People's Union. They at
tend as delegates from the local
Erects Store Building. Mrs. C.
W. Tower has started the erection
of a store building on her property
south of the Going & Harvey furni
ture store on Front street.
Williams Leaves. A. Williams will
leave the first of the month for the
east to visit for three dr four months
with his mother.
Christy Leaves. J. Q. A. Christy
left for San Francisco yesterday on
tho steamer Kllburn. Mr. Christy
will go from San Francisco to Nevada
Receive Donkey Engine. A large
donkey engine was received on the
steamer Alliance yesterday for F.
$ Furnished by E. Mlngus, local $
6 p. m 58
Wind N. W., Cloudy
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First Race. J
For two and three year-old M
C..n 1 1,
For fntir-vonr.rl.io ..
. ,uo un(1 m7i
Half mile. Purso $100. Entl
Thlid Race. II
For two-year-olds. Th II
of a mile.
Free for all ages Half mne PJ
$100. Entry fee, $20. " "?
Entries for the above races ell
with the secretary June 2? n..
which time $10 Is payable, and
t.. on , 1.-1 ... . uu 01
ui...u ..., lu ua.uuce, iu, Is payable
All purses aro guaranteed and dt
vided as follows: 70 Per cent toil!
wiuuvi uuu ov pur cent to the secom
horse. Four or more horsP u .
ter and three or more to start n
crs colors must b named at the tin'
01 me suuunu eniry. June 29 ..j
norsus musi uo run under such colon
v;aicn weignis win De the rules.
. P. Norton, Secretary.
ALL HATS AT REDUCED PntCQ I
for the Fourth at the Clarke Mrllln-
ery, uroauway anu C street.
Ladies and Gent
EPISCOPAL. Sunday school, 10
a. m. Morning services, 11 a. m.
Evening services, 7:10 p. m. The
Rt. Rev. Chas. Scadding, Bishop of
Oregon, will officiate at the services
and address the Sunday School.
Dftfiop Saddlnjr ia a Well known
Sunday School Vorkdr. Children
are cordially Invited to attend.
Bishop Soaddlag will aela ervCM at
St. Luke'e eaurei, SmptM Cttf, MKt
Saaoay aC 23 . ft, ( ug
the suit. Stein- Blochi
tailors it into all their'
clothes; and the clothes"1
being pure wool, it stays
in rain and mist and bad
are on our tables
will bo worth yon
whiln to t.rv t.hftm. even
if no more
ThanJjTry them oij
The same standard Is
lowed In our Youths and
Iniemln rfnthincr A ff J
H Villi V Willing ji
showing of high class pr-
mentsforthe young fellows
can be seen for the asKi
MAONES & MATS0N