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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1936)
Events in the Qty and
Mi*. A. J. HusseU left Wednesday
tor Los Angeles to visit her daughter.
Bu> wc»l bre««l ,nd *MPP°rt hoin‘
Mr. Slid Mrs. R E. Boober have
gone to Portland to spend Christmas.
Highway Commission Again to
by Coquille Church
The Episcopal Guild, church and
Sunday School had their annual
Christmas celebration in the Parish
House Tuesday evening. It was pre
ceded by a 8:30 o’clock dinner. After
a sumptuous dinner there was a pro
pram consisting of a Christmas pag-
ant by the children. This was fol-
owed by the appearance of Santa
vith gifts for the children.
lghty-two enjoyed this festive occa
The Pioneer church had its Chrisl-
nas program and tree in the church
luditorium Tuesday evening.
Mrs Phoebe Harry has gone to •hurch was beautifully decorated
Langlois to v»st relatives for Christ vith resplendent Christmas trees,
estooning, potted poinsettias and
mas and New Year’s.
,ther emblematic decorations.
■■ ,Mr. and Mis. Paul Simpson and hort program by the children, con-
family are spending the Christmas
.isting of a Christmas pageant, reci-
holidays in Corvallis.
ations and group singing, was most
Calvin Savage has just returned •ntertaining. This was followed by
from a month’s trip visiting his , visitation of a very jolly Santa, who
listributed gifts for the chilidren.
father in San Francisco.
Fur souiiu »Ire insurance, go to
Ned c. K-ltey.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Litzenberger
The Christian Church was ringing
and family have gone to Endicott,
.0 the tunes ot good old Christmas
Washington, to spend the holidays.
carols last Sunday night preceding
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graham and .he regular church service- The Y.
family are spending the Christmas (*. C. A. group accepted the Christian
holidays with their folks in Corvallis. Endeavor’s invitation to meet with
Miss Marianne Axtell, who to a them at their regular meeting that
junior in Reed college at Portland, night. A brief regular meeting was
came home Sunday to spend the hol conducted by the C. E.’s for the whole
group, including a fine interpretation
Miss Margaret Nygaar, a teacher ot
•Christmas Carol,” by Emma Frances
Park Rapids, Minn., to visiting her
Mulkey, followed by the singing of
cousin, Eunice Carmichael, during the
carols by Bob Wagner.
intends to try, at least, to serenade
Dr. C. G. Stem, Chiropractor. 9M he many homes of those who have
Moulton St., phone 66J.
22tl their names on the various church
*t the home ‘.tots as well as others.
and Mrs. Hi School Assembly Wednesday
day for Mrs. I
Cpqqjlle High finished its activities
Keys made for all locks. Stevens for-4936 Wednesday afternoon with a
program. A short address by Mayor
Cash Hardware, Coquille, Oro.
J. Arthur Berg, on “Christmas,’’ and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bosserman and three selections by Miss Dae’s en
family are leaving Thursday night to semble featured the program. The
spend Christmas with Mrs. Bosser- •naemble rendered “The world is
man’s mother in Cottage Grove.
wailing for the sunrise,’’ "The
Ask Ned C. Kelley for rates on Brownies" and “Come to the fair." in
a most creditable manner which
Among the students of the South evoked hearty applause.
A Girls League playlet, music by
ern Oregon Normal at Ashland who
Jie assembly and by the Glee club
came home for the holidays last week
were Cherie Mae Hartwell, of River were other numbers on the program.
Supt. Lane presented the home
ton, and Justin Cary, of Coquille.,
room banner for the semester to Mrs
Buy Ideal Bakery bread because it Ruth Beyers* room and also a special
91tf prize for its appearance.
Special mention .was also given
Mrs. George Hartley, of Murtaugh,
Idaho, to visiting her sister, Mrs. Ju Miss Stahl's department for the neat
lius Ruble, for a week. Mrs. Hartley ness and appearance of its room.
has been visiting her mother in Port
Students Home from College
land for two weeks and intends re
maining until after New Year’s. She
Practially all of the students who
• and Mr and Mrs. Ruble and Laura are attending higher institutions of
Emily plan to leave to spend Christ learning are home for the holidays
mas with Mrs. Emily Hersey in Port If the following list is not complete It
land. From Portland Mr. and Mrs. is because this reporter has not hap
Ruble will drive to Salem to visit Mr. pened to see them: Harriet Webb.
and Mrs. D. R. Ruble snd Mr. and Ann Barton, Sara Margaret Nye
Mrs. John Ruble.
Margaret Paulson, Betty and Ailing-
Black Panther Too Strong
Jack Claybum, the Black Panther,
again proved too strong for the
Chinese jiu jltau artist, Walt Achiu,
at Harry Elliott’s wrestling card in
the Community Building last Friday
night, the negro winning the first and
Clayburn, with drop kicks, won the
first in 14 minutes. Achiu took the
second in three and Clayburn the
final in seven minutes. There was
plenty of action throughout, but it
was remarkably dean for present-
Although the crowd was strong for
Thor Jensen, of Elkton, in the semi
final, Bob Castle, one of the mean
est of the meanies in the wrretltoj
game, won the last two falls after
Jensen had taken the first
The preliminary was not so hot,
Knute Franklin, present or past coach
at Hill Military Academy, dependir“
almost entirely on dirty stuff in his
match with Dilly Davis. The latter
gave Franklin the works for 17 min
utes and then pinned him to the mat.
Mr. Elliott announces his next card
for New Year’s night, next Friday.
I !■ TROUBLE CATARRH
ADCOLDS, HAY TEVER,
As in 1938 attention of all the na
tion wiU be called to the scenic and
recreational attractions of the Oregon
coast country and its magnificent
highway in the 1937 advertising and
publicity program planned by tho
Travel department of the Oregon
state highway commission. However,
the 1937 program will be multiplied
in intensity and value for the- coast
country and the rest of the state, be
cause the highway commission has
doubled the amount to be spent in
the new year... earmarked 3100,000
for this work.
By magazine, newspaper, radio and
jlhcr means the attractions of the
coast country and other sections of
the state will be set forth to the peo
ple of the United States and Canada.
The scope and continuity of the pro
gram planned means that virtually
«very potential vacationist in the
United States and Canada will read
> t hear of the wide variety of attrac-
ions Oregon offers.
Volume of non-resident traffic on
Oregon’s highways as indicated by
the records of the office of the Secre
tary of State was up nearly 40 per
cent for the first eleven months of
1938 as compared with the corres
ponding period of 1939. Based on
factors and average
length of stay by visitors in 1939,
those who came to Oregon by pri
vate automobile from other states and
countries in 1936 spent not less than
$18,000,000 in Oregon, according to
ligures compiled by the Travel de
partment of the commission.
And these visitors left in the neigh
borhood of $790,000 In the form of
gasoline taxes, money that is used in
the building and maintaining of Ore
“This gasoline tax income from
foreign car traffic Is vitally impor
tant," it is pointed out by Henry F.
Cabell, chairman of the Oregon high
"It to around' ten
per cent of the total intake from gas
oline taxes. Improved major high
ways permitting our visitors to travel
over the state are essential in in
creasing our foreign car travel More
and better major arterial highways
mean an added attraction for visitors
and consequently an added volume of
travel with its consequent general
benefit to all the state."
Mr. Cabell and the other two mem
bers of the commission, E. B. Aldrich
it Pendletoh and Judge F. L. Tou
Velle of Jacksonville, have pointed
out that the spending of a minor sum
of the highway department's funds in
Church oi Christ
E. Fourth at Coulter
Bible school, 9:49 a. m.
Morning Service, 11:00 a. m. Ser
mon by Elwyn Nosier.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. The
choir will repeat three Christmas an
thems that they have recently sung.
Sermon topic, “What the Prophet
Said Jesus Would Be Called.”
Thursday, Dec. 31, 7:30 p. m
Prayer meeting, followed by the an
nual meeting of the congregation for
yearly reports and election of officers
Earl F. Downing, minister
Coquille Assembly of God
Mrs. Hazel MacLeod, Minister
Sunday, 9:49 a. m. Sunday School.
Richard Danielson, superintendent.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship, Mrs.
9:30 p. m. Young people’s meeting.
7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. t.._
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
The Pioneer Methodist Church
W. Raymond Wilder, Minister
M id-week service, Wednesday, 7:30
Sunday services: Sunday School
i 9:49 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.
Epworth Leagues 9:30 p. m
Evangelistic service 7:30 p. m.
St James Episcopal Church
8. D. No. 49 WARRANT CALL
All warrants of School District No
49 are called up to No. 177 as of Dec.
Josie Bennett, Clerk
Myrtle Point, Oreg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON IN AND
FOB THE COUNTY OF COO8
Esta Stewart, Plaintiff,
Walter LeRoy Stewart, Defendant,
Case No. 11074
Ta Walter LeRoy Stewart, the above
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, You are hereby re-
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in the
above entitled suit, on or before Sat
urday, the 16th day of January, 1937,
said date being after the expiration
of four weeks from the date of the
first publication of this Summons,
and if you fail so to appear and an
swer said complaint, or otherwise
pieud thereto, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief piayed far in her com
plaint, to-wit. For a decree dissolv
ing the marriage and marriage con-
now and heretofore
- ____ (be
tween plaintiff and defendant, and
for such other and further relief as
to the Court may seem just and equi
The grounds upon which said relief
is based in said complaint to cruel
and inhuman treatment
This Summons is served upon you
by publication thereof in the Coquille
Valley Sentinel, pursuant to order of
the Honorable J. T. Brand, Judge of
the above entitled Court, made,~3ated
and entered on the 19th day of De
cember, 1939, which order requires
that the date of the first publication
of said Summons shall be on the 18th
vs* December, | 1939, the
the last publication thereof being Fri
day, the 19th day of January, 1937.
J. Arthur Berg,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Residence and P. O. Address, Co
9:00 o’clock Holy Communion.
9:45 o’clock Church School.
11:00 o’clock morning service and
Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, at 11:30
p. m. Holy Communion and Address.
Rev. Geo. R. Tumey, Vicar.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND'AC
QUIRED BY COOS COUNTY,
OREGON, FOR DELIN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
under and by virtue of an order of
sale made by the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of
Coos, on the 7th day of December.
A. D., 1939, comamnding me to sell
Seventh Day Adventist Church the following described lands, to-wit
Lot 9 in Block 1 in ElliotVs
Second and Collier Atmet»
Addition to Coquille City, Coos
Sabbath School (Saturday) 5:45
County, Oregon, according to the
plat thereof on file and of rec- <i
ord in the office of the County
Preaching service 11:00 a. m.
' of Coos Count;
turn Price $133.92.
I SHALL, in compliance with said
order, on SATURDAY,.the 9th day
of January, A. D , 1937, commencing
At the hotu of 10 o’clock A. M. of said
day at the front door of the Court
New Cassa in Circuit Court
I House in the City of Coquille, and
Dec 22—Leonard Miller vs. Kizzie
County of Coos, State of Oregon, offer
Ann Miller. Suit for divorce.
for sate and sell at public auction the
above described real property to the
I highest and best bidder for cash in
Colline cards, 50 for SLOO.
[hand at the time of the sale, or for not
less than twenty per cent (20%) of
the purchase price in cash, the re
First Church vi Christ. Scientist mainder to be paid under written
agreement with the purchaser in
equal instalments over a term not ex
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
ceeding ten (10) years from the date
Sunday Service at 11 a. m.
of sale, all deferred payments to bear
Subject for next Sunday, “Christian interest from the date of sale at the
rate of six per cent (6%) per annum,
Wednesday evening meeting at 9
No sale shall be made of the above
parcel of real property for a leaser
Free public Reading Room open in amount than the minimum price
Church Building every Tuesday and shown thereon.
Dated at Coquille. Coos County,
Friday afternoons except holidays
of December, A
from two to five o’clock.
Wm. F. Howell.
The public to cordially invited to
attend our services and to visit the 49t5 Sheriff of Code County, Oregon.
W» gre combminj our newspaper with these two
great majannt oHcri, to that you can rcalne a remark.ible cash
saving on this year $ reading
offer permits .» choice of four
Oregon High In Life Insurance In the Circuit Const ef the State of
topnotch mayatme} yvith our paper and, regardless of your selec
Oregon for Coes County
tion, you will say it s a bargain.
Five per cent of the average Ore J. Wesley Downs and Rebecca P
Downs, husband and wife,
gon’s family's income now goes into
a life insurance estate, reports J. E.
Cook, representative of the Oregon Susie E. Hamilton and Augustus
Mutual Life Insurance company,
Hamilton, her husband. J. B Clark
and Jane Doe Clark, his wife, »nd all
“The proportion of income being
other persons or parties unknown
paid into life Insurance la growing
claiming any right, title, interest or
steadily as economic recovery picks
the " real sstate
up.” he said.
scribed in the
t on file
herein, or any part
"Oregon puts a bigger share of its
income in life insurance than does
To Susie E. Hamilton and Augustus
the state of Washington, where the Hamilton, her husband, J. B. Clark-
average family's annual insurance in- and Jane
Clark, his wife, and
vestment is 4.9 per cent of its tn- | all other
, - -Z— or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, interest and
Quoting figures released by the estate in or to the real estate describ
ed in the Complaint on file herein,
Spectator, insurance trade journal, he or any part thereof, the above named
pointed out that the average Oregon Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THL
family has accumulated an insurance
estate or $2,099. In this figure Ore OF OREGON: You are he
quired to appear and answer the
gon trails Washington, whose average complaint filed against you in the
family has a life insurance estate of above entitled court and cause on or
before the last time prescribed in the
Oregon is at precisely the mid-way order for publication of summons
herein, and if you do not, Plaintiffs
point among states of the union in wiU apply to the Court for the relief
he amount of life insurance possess demanded in their complaint on file
’d by the average family, standing iterein. a succinct statement of which
24th in the list of 49. This state is a: That Plaintiffs be decreed the
owners in fee simple of The SH of
three positions behind Washington,
the SWV. of the NE^ and
which stands 21st.
ths NW ft of the SWft of Section 33.
Last year the average Oregon fam f.owIU.f: p 28 ^‘h Range 12 West
ily invested in $272 of new insurance, >f Willamette Meridian in Coos
Countv. Oregon: that the above
and paid on an average premium of named defendants be compelled to
set forth any claims which they may
have oi claim to have in or to said
real property or any part thereof,
»nd whatever right, title, interest,
At tbe Po«t
-•state, lien or equity, Defendants
Stamp Clerk—Jtattam fl>ls tattor is
orerwrixtit. You’ll hsve to put on an ™y(_h*** ln th.e .*•'?« he decreed to
inferior and junior to Plaintiffs’
title, *■ and that Plaintiffs’ title to .aid
Madam— Well, of all th* mean peo
properly be forever quieted, and for
plel Here I’ve ninlled hundreds of sue.I Other and further relief as to the
letters that were under» elxht—end Court shall seem meet and equitable.
now you are'gd i ng i n I 'l ur ge- me o» - T ins gl im mans u publulicd_PMrsu-
cauae I'm sending one that's jusl a
•" order of publication made
teeny Mt over the limit. And right at by the Hon. J. T. Brand. Judge of the
our own post office, too, where I’ve
herein on the 10th day of Dec. 1930
been doing business tor years.—Path
The date of the first publication of
this summons is Dec. ¡1, 1936, and
2“*J??1’* Ia” Publication is the
C. A. Barton,
a».. - -
Attorney for Plaintiffs
<919 Pactoffice address, Coquille, Orc.
Dr. R. Harrison Mast was on Tues
day appointed administrator of the
estate of his late brother, Jas. N.
Mast Earl E. Leslie, Harry G. De
ment and H. H. Thomas were named
as appraisers of the estate which to
estimated to be worth $1700 In per
Shirley S. Anderson was on Wed
nesday named aa admiqjstratrix of
the estates of Lizzie J. Stiffler, who
died Nov. 3, 1936, and Chas. A. Stiff
ler. who died April 21, 1929 The es
tate to estimated to be worth $790 and
the appraisers are Wm. Asplund, Vic
tor Mills and Marion Custer.
Coquille Valley Sentinel
O. E. S. Installation Dec. 30
Next Wednesday evening, Dec. 90,
at 9:00 p. m., the joint installation of
Beulah chapter of Coquille and Oc
cidental chapter of Bandon, O. E. S..
will be held in the Coquille Masonic
Temple. The 9:30 dinner preceding
the ceremony is for members of the
Masonic and Eastern Star organiza
tions snd thrtrhusbands* or wives as
the case may be.
Keno Party, January 6
Big “Keno" game at the W. O. W.
hall Wednesday, January 6.
our first dollar rolling and help tc,
send R. N. A. delegates to the con
Don’t forget Wednesday.
January 6, Big “Keno” game and only
9c a card.
Hazel McKibben. Mgr.
Norma Howe. Assit Mgr.
Calling cards, 50 for $1.90.
ton Glatoyer, Duane Fitzgerald, Fred
Tailant and Harrison
Greenough, George Ulett, Jr., 'Jes9e
Barton, Howard Hickam, Levelle
Watotrom, Dorris Compton,
Gallas, Gus Tillmann, Jr, Audrey
Aasen, Edythe Farr, Don Smith.
Curtis Holverstott, of the U. S
Navy, arrived at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. HolverstotL
last Friday evening. He will be here
but a few days.
Lester (Hank) Deadmond, who has
been visiting the past two weeks with
L h is pa r e nt s, Mr . and Mr» J, A. Dead
mond, returned to North Bend last
The Fairview school chiildren held
a Christman program at the church
, on Wednesday of this week. School
closed that day for the Christmas and
Ney Year’s holidays._________
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jenkins spent
last week-end with their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Bert Dow, of this valley, left
last week for Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Powell have
their son, Rodger, visiting with them
Advertise Oregon Highways
the promotion of new travel for Ore
gon’s highways to in no sense a diver
sion of funds but a logical expendi
ture which brings multiplied returns
direct to the highway fund and si
multaneously millions of added dol
lars to the general business channels
of the state.
During 1936 the Travel department
in its campaign to bring added vis
itors to Oregon printed and distri
buted more than 200,000 pieces of
maps and literature setting forth at
tractions of the state For 1937 more
than 300,000 pieces are planned to
push forward a "Drive Oregon High-
Ways" campaign. In addition, the de
partment likely will distribute more
than 100,000 other folders and leaflets
covering in detail specific attractions
or areas —pieces published by re
commerce and resorts.
"The department endeavors to an
swer completely all questions asked
by prospective visitors to give them
every possible bit ot Information that
will turn them into actual visitors for
Oregon,” explained Harold B. Say,
the Travel department director. "Ap
proximately 40,000 inquiries were an
swered in 1936 and literature was
distributed through about 1000 travel
A group of a dozen men from over
the state, all of whom are keenly
aware of the value of tourist traffic,
act as an advisory committee to the
highway commission in its travel
promotion endeavor. The coastal re
gion of Oregon to represented on the
body by Ed. W. Miller, manager of
the Oregon Coast Highway associa
tion, Marshfield; and Merle Chess
man, editor of the Aatorian-Budget,
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