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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1937)
(drier Holiday Values
4 DAYS - JAN. * - 9 INCLUSIVE
Start the New Year right
by saving on these items.
To give to our customers during the
coming year, the very best merch
andise and the very best service to
be obtained anywhere
Smart New Dresses, this seasons styles
CrepeS $&50 and $7.50 now
Crepes $65° now
Silk Prints $4.98 now
Knits *67510 riiso now
$5.00 & $9.00
Bath Robes - Kimonas
also at reduced prices.
Onr New Year Wish
MH y I Al
Every Snte Final
Given away to the first 5 customers purchasing $5.00
worth of merchandise one' pair of 79c hose.
mean Successful Business
cious refreshments were served to the
Club Notes and Other
Social Activities following guests: Messrs, and Mes-
Job’s Daughters Install
Bethel No. 15, order of Job's
damep R. L. Stewart, J. Arthur Berg,
Daughters, held their semi-annual in
The N. O. M. A. club met at the
stallation of officers in Masonic Hall
home of Mrs. Belmont Ireland Tues ton, Hal Pierce, H. E. Hess, Carl A. Monday evening. Miss La Velle Dale
day evening. The hours were spent
acted as installing officer with Dorris
very pleasantly in sewing and knit of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Compton as installing guide, Marjorie
ting. Mrs. Ruth Clayton won the Brown, of Klamath Falls,' and the Van Alstein as marshal, Levelle Wal-
Delicious refresh hosts and hostesses. Mr: Ulett won strom as chaplain, Cherie Mae Hart
ments were served to the following high score for the men and Mrs. well, recorder, and Margaret Pur-
members: Mesdames LaVerpe Elling Pierce for the
vance, pianist. The following girls
son, Ruth Dey, Frances Detlefsen,
The Justamere club ladies and were installed: honored queen, Mari
Alice Moras, £uth Clayton, Ferryl husbands met at the hotel Thursday lyn Compton; senior princess, Doro
DeJamett, Olive Kuhn, Yvonne Carl, tor a seven o’clock dinner. After the thy Glaisyer; junior princess, Georgi-
Eleanor Miller, Lucille Ellison, Lor dinner, they went to watch the New anna Johnson; guide, Marion Hess:
raine Perrott and the hostess.
Year make its appearance at the mid- marshal, Margaret Smith; recorder,
Dec. 24—Lyle C. Smith and Iva
’night show at the Liberty Theatre.
Margaret Stewart; treasurer, Eliza
June Ward, both of Coquille.
Mrs. O. C. Sanford entertained with
beth Varney; librarian, Virginia Hart-
Dec. 26—Verle McCoy and Louie
a lovely tea for her niece, Miss Le
The N. O. M. A. club ladies and son; chaplain, Eileen Percy; musician,
Wilson, both of Marshfield.
velle Walstrom, Tuesday afternoon their husbands attended the dance at Donna Dean Bosscrman; 1st messen
from three to five.
The home Was the Community Building New Year’s ger, Muriel Davis;'2nd messenger, Joy
most attractive with flowers and eve and then repaired to the home Norton; 3rd messenger, Patsy Holver- Rev. W. R. Wilder at his home.
Dec. 29—Frank Bremer and Mar-
other seasonal decorations The fol of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kuhn for re stott; 4th messenger, Peggy Wemich;
lowing ladies poured throughout the freshments.
“ i I Sth messenger, Margaret Belloni; sen garet Browning, both of Allegany, »-----------------------------------------------------------------------
afternoon: Mesdames Harry Slack.
ior custodian, Beverly Norton; junior
Dec. 29—Harold A. Minter, of Co
¿ir Luckey Bonney, George Ulett and
The Odo club members with ■ their custodian. Audrey Taylor; inner
ROCM FOR RENT—Plenty of heat 1928 Ford Coupe
Lafe Compton. Mesdames Carl Riet husbands had a Christmas party at guard, Gretchen Clinton; outer guard. quille, and Louise J. Fosnaugh, of
and hot water, 106 Second St., L. C. 1935 Buick Town Sedan, has been
man and Clarence Osika assisted the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hand Ann Hawkins.
driven only 16000 miles, runs
Dec. 30—Lawrence Leonard Den
about the rooms.
Misses Edythe last Saturday. Games of all kinds
After the installation of the girls,
and looks like new
Farr, Marianne Axtell,
Dorothy and a Christmas exchange were the Mrs. Lafe Comp Lon was installed as
1930 Buick Sedan, Reconditioned
Glaisyer, Dorris and Marilyn Comp happy diversions of the evening. The Bethel guardian to fill out the un pleton, Ore.
hay. Priced reasonable.
motor, new paint --
ton helped serve about fifty guests. following folks won prizes at Bingo: expired term of Mrs. Bertha Smith,
Russell, Camas Valley, Ore.
1931 Chrysler Sport Roadster $315**-
Baptist Society Is Growing
Two .very attractive little misses, Mesdames Mabel Kunz and O. E. Ma- who was cofnpelled to resign owing
1934 Pontiac Coach, perfect con
Judy Slack and Sally Bonney, greet toon, Messrs. Bert Sanders and O. E. to home and business, duties. A very
The young people’s society of the FOR SALE—1 doz. pullets, 1 doz.
hens and a rooster, Black Minorcas.j dition
ed the guests at the door.
Delicious refreshments were lovely floral degree was tendered Baptist church has grown so rapidly
1 1929 Pontiac Sedan - - - $225
served to the following members and Mrs. Smith by nine of the officers. A as. to makc'^K necessary to reorganize
1931 Studebaker Dictator Sedan,
Mr. and Mrs. George Chaney and husbands: Messrs, and Mesdames huge bouquet ot poinsettias and a gift into two groups.
low mileage . - -
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USE Crown Dairy Feeds and Poultry
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greenough held Bert Sanders, O. E. Matooh, C. W. was then presented to her.
There will be a high school group
1936 Ford V8 Pickup, only 12000
a lovely informal bridge party, at the Gano, Geo. Sherwood, Grant Wilcox, Margaret Purvance and Mrs June and a young married people’s group.
miles, a buy
& Seed Stores.
home of the latter Saturday evening. | Guss Tillmann, Fred Kunz and the Walker sang an appropriate song, Those between may join either. This
1934 Dodge truck, long wheri
After an evening of contract, deli- host and hoetess.
“Let us call you sweetheart.” After organization and election of officers FOR SALE—1927 Chevrolet Sedan,
base, flat rack, dual tires, fine
several splendid talks a pleasant eve will be held Sunday night at 6:30.
in good condition. Will take $75
ning was brought to a close. Several They are a live, friendly bunch and
cash. She Ernie Wardrip at South 1932 Chevrolet long wheel base,
of the young people then left for wish you to come and share their
dual tires.................................. $265
western Motors, Coquille.
Marshfield to attend the O. A. C. good times.
OTHER MODELS TO
USE Crown Silver Sheen Fox Feeds
FROM $25.00 AND UP
Ask for Cow Bell Dairy cream and"
for better results. Coos Feed 8t ASK BOUT G. M. A. C. FARMERS’
milk, the only milk and cream made
Thieves and Another
a»fr by pasteurization.
Frank A. Blue was bound over to
42 ACRES, 4-room house, orchard,
the grand jury by Justice Dodge at
garage, 3 acres bottom; 7 miles
Myrtle Point, Saturday, with bail
from town on Fishtrap road or see
set at $1,000. He is accused of steal
Quelle Cafe, opp. P. O.
ing a magnifying glass from Dr. Mc-
One Cent a Word Each Insertion WE CARRY a complete line of Dr.
James Barnes, the Marshfield fire
Hess & Clark Poultry & Stock rem
No Adv. leas than 25 cents
department member who robbed the
edies’ and tonics.
Coos Feed &
I. R. Tower home in North Bend on
FOR Your Convenience—Your Fuller
Christmas morning, was bound over
Brush Man is located in your home
to the grand jury Monday, his bail
town. Call 277 W. Tenth St., Ralph
being set at $5,000. He was brought
over to the county jail. Barnes went
GUARANTEED O. K. USED CARS
We are appreciative of the opportunity to have served you
to a good deal of trouble to cover up FOR SALE—10 head Heifers, coming 1936 Chevrolet Standard Sport
in 1936 and ask for your friendship and patronage through
Sedan, low mileage, has built-
his tracks but he was arrested by
three years, 5 two-year old. All to
Chief Sorenson, of North Bend, with-
freshen February or March. Ben
out 1937. With best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous
Busy Comer Grocery
THE MAKE - IT - RIGHT STORE
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BENHAM’S TRANSFER I
ANYWHERE FOR HIRE
WOOD and COAL*
N4W Vear, we remaiin. Yours for Quality
beeh driven only 9000 miles.
Equipped with Radio. A real
Gilbert M. Keston, of Bandon', is
serving ten days in the county jail for FOR SALE OR TRADE—One blue
failure to send his children to school.
tick and blood hound Pup, 3 mos. 1934 “Chevrolet Master Coach,
Motor completely overhauled,
old. Phone 1R5, or write G. L.
Ask fortOow Bell Dairy cream and
new tires, new paint
milk, thé only milk and cream made
1932 Chevrolet Coach, recondi
WE CARRY a fresh and complete
tioned motor, new tires, new I
line of Field Seeds, Orchard Grass,
paint, equipped with six wheels
Rye Grass, Clovers, etc. Get our
prices. Coos Feed it Seed Stores. 1930 Chevrolet Coach, recondi
tioned, new paint, only
1936 Ford DeLuxe Fordor Sedan
Chadwick Lodge No. 68
.with built-in trunk, equipped
with radio and heater, low
A. F. * A. M.
1935 Ford DeLUxe Sedan, excel
Tuesday, Jan. 5, 7:30 p. m.
Accredited Piano Teacher
IJour IdeaL Mealing Place.
Work in E. A.
1929 Ford Coupe
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