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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1937)
We approach 1937 with optimism
and greater prosperity for everyone.
Let the New Year
carry our message of renewed hope and confidence in
. the future and our appreciation of, your friendship and
patronage in the past. May 1937 be a year of success
and happiness to you. .
First National Bank
"Long after New Year’s Day is
May happiness linger on
I . We also thank our customers
*• for their patronage during the
years that are past and hope
to merit its continuance in
To continue to merit your
friendship and patronage.
Myrtle Ponit - Marshfield
Happy New Year
and know you have our sincerest wishes for Health,
Luck and Happiness.
Studio Beauty Shop
Flrat Church of Christ, Scientist
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday Service at 11 a. m.
Subject for next Sunday, “God."
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
rree public Reading Room open in
Church Building every Tuesday and
Friday afternoons except holidays
from two to five o’clock.
The public is cordially invited to
attend our services and to visit the
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford
11:00 a. m. Sermon, “Benefits of the
Atonement.” Reception of new mem
bers and communion. (We are not
6:30 p. m. Young People’s service.
7:30 p. m. Subject: “God’s Power
Thursday 7:30 p. m. prayer service.
God is blessing our services. We
would be glad to share this blessing
W. A. Stephens, Pastor.
Methodist Episcopal Church
Church of Christ
Evening preaching 7:30 p. m.
E. Fourth at Coulter
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p
Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning Service, 11:00 a. m. Ser
Scriptural, spiritual preaching. Ev
mon topic, “The New Man and the
O. A. Gray, Pastor.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 pm.
107 E. 2nd St.. Coquille, Ore
Evening Service, “The Gospel in
Midweek Service, Thursday 7:30 p.
G. T. COOK
Earl F. Downing, minister
Fireplaces and Chimneys
P. O. Box 62, Coquille
The Pioneer Methodist Churcl
W. Raymond Wilder. Minister
Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30
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Sunday services: Sunday School
a. m. MornihR Warahjp ¿1:00 a.
Epworth Leagues 6:30 p. m
Evangelistic service 7:30 p. m.
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Coquille Assembly of God
Mrs. Hazel MacLeod, Minister
Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
Richard Danielson, superintendent.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship, Mrs.
6:30 p. m. Young people’s meeting.
7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service.
Tuesday. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Moving a Specialty
Day Adventist Church
May every day of 1937
bring better things for
Dairymen’s Association An
Coos Soil Resources Con
nual Meeting Next Monday
ferences to Be Held in Jan.
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also have an important program this
year and the possibility of our county
organization sending representatives
to the state meeting will be consider
ed at the county association meeting
In commenting on the federal test
ing program for the eradication of
Bang’s disease, the local association
president stated that, according to a
tabulation included in the annual re
report of the county agricultural
agent, there had been 1.106 herds in
the county tested one or more times
up to November 30, 1936.
herds included 17,093 cows, 1,219 of
which were reactors and 467 sus
pects; or in terms of percentages, 7.13
per cent reactors and 2.73 suspects.
Some of these herds have been tested
as many as six times and the result*
so far obtained are optimistic to dairy
leaders of the county who can see sn
opportunity for eliminating Bang’s
disease from our herds through the
federal testing and the application of
the state law. The value of elimin
ating this disease from dairy herds
in a section where dairying is the
pilni 't pu! type w f a g riew U uaa n a nnnt
be overlooked from the standpoint of
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rhe Holy Name Catholic Church
Mass on first and third Sundays at
9 a. m.; second Sunday at lv a. m. and
when there are five Sundays. Mass on
fourth Sunday at 10 a. m. Last Sun
day of each month Mass at Myrtle
Point at 9 a. m. and at Powers at 1C
Father M. G. Hart, Bandon
St. James Episcopal Church
9:00 o’clock Holy Communion.
9:45 o’clock Church School.
Second and ColMer Strueia
11:00 o’clock morning service and
Sabbath School (Saturday) 9:43
Rev. Geo. R. Tumey, Vicar.
Preaching service 11:00 a. m.
*- Several important problems per
taining to soil fertility will be con
sidered at two soil resources confer
ence* to be held in Coquille and some
point on Coo* Bay on January 25 and
26, according to an announcement
made by George Jenkins, county
agent, who has arranged these meet
ing* following a conference with
farm leaders of the county.
Thia is one of several similar con
ference* to be held in various coun
ties throughout the state this winter.
Subject* which are tentatively sched
uled for discussion at the two meet
ings in Coos county are maintaining
soil fertility, irrigation, and crops
best adapted for growing under irri
gation, drainage, soil testing, and use*
and sources of agricultural lime and
an explanation of the 1937 Agricul
tural Conservation Program.
On discussing this program it was
pointed out by Mr. Jenkin* that con
sideration of these subjects had been
requested by farm leaders In the
county. It is possible that some othei
subjects may be included when the
final program is announced. The dis-
curaion of the 1937 Agricultural Con-
SWVU.1U11 piUg f MlI
tftjely when these meeting* are held
U ft tl expected that full details of it
will be known at that time.
hundred farmers in the- county are
participating in the program this year
and it is expected that the nuqnber
will be greatly increased in 1937 since
the new program is being developed
with more consideration being given
to benefits svsilsble for the type of
farming practiced in -this section.
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A New Year’s Resolption
During recent years people have
come to smile at a New Year’* reso
lution voiced aloud. For New Year’s
Resolution» made earnestly have too
often been considered lightly if con
sidered at all after the coming of the
But regardless of the
present attitude, it is a splendid idea
(or individual* to check up on them
selves at the beginning of each New
Year. We should aim to avoid mis-
akes previously made, to improve
upon practices already tried, and to
insistently follow-certain procedures
we know to be beneficial to the
health and welfare of the entire fam
A resolution regarding food selec
tion is always in order. Standards of
'.iving, health and happiness are all
largely dependent upon the intelli
gent selection of 'food.
^..Ta.fa>„f-i>if it«,», ouiifciJiM.sj.njka.naiadi to
.know and to keep in mind (tettali»
principles of diet.
To satisfy the
needs of the human body we need
foods to build the "structure, to give
it wamith and energy, and to keep it
in good order. To get enough of the
food substances that serve those pur
poses we draw upon at least five
classes of foods: milk for one, vege
table* and fruit for another, bread
and cereals for a third, meat, fish,
eggs, or cheese, and finally, fats and
sugar. Because there is little danger
New Cases in Circuit Court
of our neglecting bread or meat, nu
Dec. 24—Barney Megale vs. State tritionist* advise us to make sure
Industrial Accident Commission.
first of all ot the "protective” foods—
Dec. 26—Z. Russ Co. vs. G. A. and milk, vegetables and fruits, and as of
ten a* yoa can afford them, eggs, also.
Dec. 28—Olin Lay vs State Indus- These food* will give you good value
In mineral* and vitamins and pro-
And scientists are telling us to
watch particularly for these minerals
and vitamin* in our food*. Take vit
amin A, for instance, which is gen
erously supplied in milk. This vita
min promote* growth and builds up
resistance to colds and other infec
tious diseases. Each of these impor
tant elements ha* a specific and very
important functioh to perform—one
is essential to the development of
stwjng. sound teeth, others are re
sponsible for glowing healthy color,
others prevent deformities, such as
bowed leg* and so on. It is best that
we recognize their importance In the
diet and see that they are present
daily in the form of milk, fresh fruits
The Bureau of Home Economics, U.
S. Department of Agriculture, recom
mends: Every meal—milk for chil-
dren, bread for all. Every day—ce-
' tomatoe* (6r orange) for children,
a green or yellow vegetable, jnilk for
all. Two to four times a week—To
matoes for all, dried beans and peas
or peanuts, eggs (especially for chil
dren), lean meat, fish or poultry or
City Arrests Past Week
Roy Deeter was arrested again by
the city police last Saturday night
and was fined 820 by the recorder on
Monday. The fine was suspended
for a year, however, on condition that
he leave town.
Five dollar bail posting* were for
feited on Monday by Forrest S. Boyd.
George and Archie Martin, who were
arrested last week-end..