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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1921)
The local poet o f tha American Le-
C iw ia very » » A dated over the re
aulta o f their Slippery Gulch «how,
which proved a wonderful sacooee.
The Legion took cltew to tw o hundred
and fifty doHata aa their ahara o f the
proceeds after al) expenses had been
paid, which wma fa r m ore than they
had dared hope for.
Mr. Earl Gano, manager o f the
Siipperjr Gulch outfit proved himaelf
to bo a live wire advertiser and the
dope he got out hdp< d greatly to at
tract the large crowd» which attended
The Legion boys wish to express
their thinks to the public fo r the won
derful support that they gave the en
This same show at Marahfleld only
netted tha Legion o f that place >72.-
00 profit and lacked the rapport that
the people o f this place gave to the
' H i,
The boye are planning on putting
on some local talent shows in the
A ll money obtained
from theae shows, aa well a s' that
made from Slippery Gulch will be
placed in a building fund. A s soon
as they are able, they will put up a
building o f th eir own. A t present
they are without quarters to mdbt in,
that ie-quarters o f their own.
D on't forget that Mg masquerade
K a il n n fVta 9 9 « A
Shower for Miss Gladys Nosier
Y ou W ont Value for
Myrtle Point • Coquille
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One that always gives satisfaction. .We have sev
eral on hand and a large order being filled which
will be here in a few days
THE STOVE STORE
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Our business is growing every day.
There's a Reason
If you are not a custom er at our
store it will pay you to be. Com e
in and see us.
CASH S T O R E
¿AVE MONEY BY PAYING CASH
B. Currie, Archie W alker, F . G.
Bunch, Owan Knowlton, Clay Know!
ton, E arl Leslie, Ray Jeub, Everett I
Freed rick, Dayne Hudson, Missee
Gladys Nosier, Edna Harlocker, H el BARRED ROCK eggs fo r haU
en Sherwood, Delia Sherwood, Zelma
O. A . C. strain. >1J0 por so
Strang, JLeanna Curry, Vara K elley,! L. M yrborg, Coquille Electric
Madge Yoakum, June W illey, Maymic I Shop. ¿
DeLong, M yrtle DeLong, Gertrude!
Butler, Adrian Hazard, M argarettc I
Hersey, Jean Young, Etta McLeod,
Catherine Hersey and Eflle Floten. j
Miss Gladys Nosier is an O regon!
University girl and a member o f I
Delta Delta Delta. Se i
raised in Coquille end a
east Friday after a six weeks’ ab-
bar o f the Coquille graduation class
sence, during wwen time she had
o f 'IS.
been at the Bethel ranch. She found
that someone had robbed her home
e f nearly everything o f value that
could be carried away. Her fou r-
Mrs. Chas. W atson gave a dinner
room house was stripped o f bedding, Wednesday evening in honor o f her FOR SALE— Loganberry tips. Gail
A . Laneden, Wood bum , O ra
son. Soy, who is to he married Son-
silverware, dish es,. cut glass, hand day to Miss Gladys N osier, o f this EGGS
painted china, in fa ct everything city. The guests w ere R oy's m oet in
loese down to fou r plain chairs. They timate friends and a jolly good time
teo were token. Apparently the th ief was had while partaking o f tha moot
or thieves were afraid to move out delicious dinner. Thoee present were:
the piano and larger articles o f fu r Herbert Lukins, Philip Johnson, Ray
niture, fo r that ia about all they le ft Miller, Irving W a te « , Otto Davis
— Baadon W orld.
aad Joha Stanley.
Coast Auto Lines
I f you are needing a rahge come in and look at
our stock o f the reliable
Fancy Onion Sots—the kind that grow— 10c per ft
Early Seed Potatoes
Have you tried that Australian Jam at 16c a can?
It; is very fine and always sold for 25c. Try some.
Olympic Pancake Flour was 40c pkg, now 30c pkg
Mothers Premium Crushed Oats was 66c, now 46c
Sugar has advanced 76c per sack but t o are sell-
. ing at the old price while our stock lasts
Those present w ere: Mesdames F.
Nosier, J. Nosier, J. A . Lamb. E. E.
Johnson, A . W ilson, L. P. Maury, 8.
M. Nosier, A . T. M orrison, C. Moo-
maw, C. L. Tuttle, E. A . Folsom , H.
X . L«r«na, P. Ramsey, C. Boyrie, F .
G. Leslie, Mi J. Hartaon, M. O. Haw-
kina, Imogens Neal, Ed. Lorens, Ida
Owens, Fay Jonas, H. Bergman, W » . FOR SALE— A No. 1 sow , seven
Lyons, Stewart Norton, Mieses Bess
years old, guaranteed ih fia t clase
Maury, Gladys N osier, ln es Bunch,
condition, and te he fresh in a few
Mary Habarger, Edna Asplund, Joan
days. Three-fourths Jersey. Price
Fitzgerald, Mary Eathar Johnson,
» 0 . Chris T en et, Coqqille, Ore. t l
Marvin Jane Hawkins and Genova
FOR 8 A L f— Two heavy tea
with good harness; one ta
with harness; tw o wagon
A Floral Wedding
Bristow, Coquille, Lamps
Misses Catherine Horsey, Etta
McLeod, Eflle Fkrten and Mrs. E. E.
Fredericks Jr., entertained jointly on
Tuesday evening fo r Miss Gladys
Nosier, the party b ein g ' given at
Bfiao H eresy's home. It was a sur
prise shower and a novel plan wa.<
originated. The girls were invited
to spend the evening at sewing. A f-
the the guests had arrived questions FOR SALE— Myrtle and Maple wood,
delivered anywhere In Coquille.
to e “ F loral W edding” were passed.
» .6 0 per rick. Call H. T. Finley.
The M e answering the most was to
receive a prise. A s planned, Mise
Gladys w on; so James Benjamin Her-
« y Jr., dressed as a cupid, wheeled FOR SALE— Quick addon and >160
buys a bnfl calf, sired |>y Golden
his cupid’ s carriage to Gladys, which
Glow’s Chief o f Halsey, w liote ev-
held her many beautiful present.
ery daughter is a producer; and out
The Jersey home was decorated
o f Halsey Gem’s Queen, a cow that
with paper white narcissus and red
combines the Mood lines o f Golden
cactus and the lighting effect was
Glow’s Chief and Rioter B. K.
unique in that it was also a Valen
Helms. Sea this ca lf and his dam
tine scheme through the use o f many
to appreciate him. Call or address
R. M. Bunn, A rago.
Those present were Mesdames T.
3 :1 5 » .« .
Ltave Coquille fer Myrtle Point
11:30 a . « .
5 :0 0 » .« .
Leere Myrtle Poiat for Coquille
0:00 a. m.
1:00 ». « .
Lest Friday evening Miss Gladys
N osier was given a miscellaneous
shower by Mrs. E- E. Johnson and
Mrs. M. O. Hawkins at the home o f
the latter on Spurgeon H ill.
rooms were artistically decorated ia
red hearts and feathery greens. The
hostesses were assisted in serving by
tMisses Edna Asplund, Joan F itzget-
aid and Mrs. Aaron W ilson. 'M rs.
Gertrude Lorens added to the pleas
ure o f the evening by singing a num
ber o f unusually pleasing songs. In
an artist’s contest Mrs. Frank Lesha
won first honors.
The gifts Miss Gladys received
were all very beautiful and expressed
the high esteem o f her friends who all
wish her much happiness ami Joy ia
W e have a full line o f Garden aHd
Field Seeds and Fertilizers
A workman on a railroad bridgs,
whose muno wo have not learned, mot
death at Powers yesterday. He was
caught in the bight o f a line, thrown
a considerable distance and instantly
killed. The body was taken to Marsh
field to await the possible finding o f
If the Job
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