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Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barklow and Leota' S. p. Na. 4$ WARRANT CALL
All warrants of School District No.
Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Miller and
Christmas is over, bringing cares as
Velina Jean, all of Myrtle Point, and 48 are called qp to4No. 177 as of Dec.
well as happiness to some. Mrs. Nile
Iris were the guests.
i Miller suffered a slight stroke Christ-
Josie Bennett, Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King and daugh
Myrtle Point, Oreg.
i ruas day and while she is not in dan-
ter, Jane, and Olga Gissler, of Ala
ger, she is quite ill. Price Robison
j suffered a stroke just before Christ- meda, California, arrived Sunday to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
visit the Lafferty family. They left
STATE OF OREGON IN AND
! mus and is recovering as well as can
for their home Tuesday morning. On
FOB THE COUNTY OF COOS
oe expected. Oluf Aasen is suffering
Monday the family enjoyed a turkey Esta Stewart, Plaintiff,
from a severe attack of the flu. Bill
¿inner. Other guests were Mr. and
Sinko has been threatened with
Mrs. Everett Lafferty, XBlen and Waltel LeRoy Stewart, Defendant^
¡Mayrc Lee," and Fred Lafferty. '
Case No. 11074
There were many family reunions
' Sunday callers at the Price Robison To Walter LeRoy Stewart, the above
in the community, and some went to <
tome were Mrs. Ray Lewis and Bes
other districts to celebrate.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
sie and Mrs. Ray Barklow, of Myrtle
OF OREGON, You are hereby re-
Mrs. Ernest Hammack and Children,
Point, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robison and quired to appear and answer the
Milton, Verle and Dacie May went to
Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ham- 1 ’ complaint filed against you in the
Gaylord for a reunion of the Wesley
mack and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert above entitled suit, on or before Sat
Barklow family at the hpme of Mrs.
.iulstrom and sons, Mr. and Mrs. urday. the 16th day of January, 1937,
said date being after the expiration
Harrison Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Clarence Schroeder and Price, Mrs. of four weeks from the date of the -
Hampton went to Grants Pass to
Emily Hickam and Kent, of Corvallis. first publication of this Summons,
spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Sixteen-members of the Woodward and if you fail so to appear and an
Walter Barklow and family. They
■lan gathered at the home of Mr. and swer said complaint, or otherwise
plead thereto, for want thereof, the
drove to Pasadena from there to
Mrs. Sam ffoot to eat Christmas dln- plaintiff will apply to the Court for
spend New Year’s and visit with Mr.
,ier with th^-ir mother, Mrs. Edith the relief prayed for in her com
Mr. and Mrs.
■Vcodward. Others present were Mr. plaint, to-wit. For a decree dissolv
Lawrence Rackleff, Ellis and Maxine,,
ind Mrs. Bert DeMoss, of Brookings, ing the marriage and marriage con
tract now and heretofore existing be
left early Christmas day for Canby,
California, Miss Ruth Woodward, of tween plaintiff and defendant, and
where they spent Christmas with his
-os Angeles, F'-is Rachael Wood for such other and further relief as
mother and father.
ward, of Bremerton, Washington, Mr. to the Court may sebm Just and equi
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carl arrived
ind Mrs. Wayne Woodward and Ger
The grounds upon which said relief
on Thursday from McMinnville to
ald, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrrell Woodward, is based in said complaint is cruel
spend the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Gillespie, Arda and inhuman treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carl. Christnqas
This Summons is served upon
dinner guests at the Carl home were
Mrs. Naomi Robison was an over by publication thereof in the Coquille
valley Sentinel, pursuant to order of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schroeder of
sight guest at the Frank Burbank the Honorable J. T. Brand, Judge of
Bandon, Mr. and Mrs. Melden Carl
On Sunday after the above entitled Court, made, dated
of the Roy district, Mr. and Mrs.
dinner at the Burbank home, Mr. and and entered on the 15th day of De
Kenneth Carl of McMinnville, Wal
Mrs. Burbank, Mr. and 5Jrs. Clarence cember, 1936, which order requires
that the date of the first publication
lace Carl home for the vacation from
Schroeder, Price. Mra. Emily Hickam. if said Summons shall be on the 18th
O. S. C., Herbert Carl and Mr. and
Kent, and Mrs. Robison drove to Ban Jay of December, 1936, the date of
Mrs. John Carl.
he last publication thereof being Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schroeder,
day, the 15th day of January, 1937.
Mrs. Sarah Barklow is suffering
J. Arthur Berg,
Mrs. Emily Hickam and Kent arrived
,'rom a severe cold.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Thursday from Corvallis to visit with
Sunday morning church services
Residence and P. O. Address, Co
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burbank and
were conducted by Rev. W. A. Stev-
jns, of Coquille. About sixty were in
guests at the Burbank home were Mr
attendance at the Sunday school hout NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND AC
and Mrs. Clarence Schroeder and
QUIRED BY COOS COUNTY,
This was Mr. Stevens
Price, Mrs. Emily Hickam and Kent,
OREGON. FOR DELIN
first sermon at Arago and the com
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Golden anffi Keith
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
quaintance. In the evening there was under and by virtue of an order of
Thursday evening dinner guests at
no preaching but a »ong service led sale made by the County Court of the
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wat
by Mrs. Winnifrtd Hopkins of Spo- State of Oregon, for the County of
kins were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boak
Coos, on the 7th diy of December,
•cane and the Christian Endeavor les A.
D., 1936, comamnding me to sell
and sons, Melvin, Rupert and Harold,
son were held with dismissal at eight he following described lands, to-wit:
qf Bandon, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wat
ra Lot 5 in Block 1 in Elliott’s
kins, Everett and Dorothy Belle, of
Addition to Coquille City, Coos
Shelby McAllister left Sunday af
Eureka, California. Mrs. Winnifred
County, Oregon, according to the
ternoon for Portland, where he will
s plat thereof on file and of rec
Hopkins, of Spokane, Washington,
spend part of his vacation.
ord in the office of the County
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Watkins, Mrs.
Rev. Adolph Haberly left Sunday
Clerk, of Coos County, Oregon.
Martha McNair. Mary, Jean and Anne
Minimum Price $133.52.
morning for North Bend, expecting to
Watkins. The traditional turkey din
I SHALL, in compliance with said
proceed "Monday to Peerydale, where
order, on SATURDAY, the 9th day
ner was served. The entire party re
he will join his wife at the home of of January, A. D., 1937, commencing
mained overnight to await the visit
their son, Bob.
at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M. of said
of Santa Claus. Mrs. Hopkins, her
Sunday morning services January day at the front door of the Couit
mother, Mrs. McNair, and the Boak
be conducted by Earl F. House in the City of Coquille, and
County of Coos, State of Oregon, offer
family returned to Bandon for a third will
Coquille. In the eve- for sale and sell at public auction the
Christmas celebration at the home
ning Mrs. Sam Root will lead the above described real property to the
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garoutte.
Quiet Hour program at Christian En highest and best bidder for cash in
aforesaid and having a frontage along
hand at the time of the sale, or for not
low water mark of said Slough 500 home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Damron deavor and Rev. George Turney, of less than twenty per cent (20%) of
Coquille, will preach.
the purchase price in cash, the re
were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Damron, Mr.
Together with tide lands if any
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Garoutte are mainder to be paid under written
and Mrs. John Damron and children,
spending the holidays in Cottage agreement with .the purchaser in
All of the above described proper Jack and Annalou, from Bandon. The
equal instalments over a term not ex
Grove visiting relatives.
ty being in Coos County, Oregon.
ceeding ten (10) years from the date
dinner was served Christmas eve
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myers had all of of sale, all deferred payments to bear
Sold sale is made under execution ning.
The John Damrons remained
issued out of the Circuit Court of the
their family with them on Christmas interest from the date of sale at the
state of Oregon for the County of overnight, returning to their home eVe for a family Christmas tree. The rate of six per cent (6%) per annum,
Coos to me directed in the casd* of Saturday afternoon.
group consisted of Mr. and Mrs. payable annually.
Federal Land Bank of Spokane v.
No sale shall be made of the above
Miss Rachael Woodward arrived
Myers and Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Stan parcel of real property for a lesser
James Watson, et al.
Thursday from Bremerton, Washing
WM F. HOWELL, .-
ley Halter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence amount than the minimum price
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon ton, -to spend Christmas with her Barklow, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wood shown thereon.
By Eva Schroeder, Deputy mother, Mrs. Edith Woodward, who
Dated at Coquille, Coos County.
ward and Gerald. On Christmas day
Oregon, this 7th day of December, A.
had just returned from Los Angeles.
all were thfirejor dinner except Mr. D„
k NTF COURT OF THE
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ha beri y and two
hnd Mrs. Woodward and Gerald.
Wm. F. Howell,
STATE OF OREGON IN AND
small sons and Rev. Adolph Haberly
FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS
Mis. Elizabeth Lett and son, Leslie, 48t5 Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
were Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
In the Matter of the EUate of E. W.
left Tuesday for Modesto, California,
and Mrs. S. C. McAllister, Shelby and
where they will be the guests of Mr.
Notice to Creditors
and Mrs. Hezekiah Root.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Several members of the class of '
Mr. and Mrs. George Zinzerling
Oregon for Coos County
the undersigned has been duly ap 1935 from Arago high school chai-'
pointed by the above entitled Court,
and sons, Allen and George, drove to J. Wesley Downs and Rebecca P.
Downs, husband and wife.
as Administratrix at the Estate of E.
Porter, Washington, to spend Christ
W. Gregg- Deceased, and has duly team for a game Wednesday night.
qualified as such.
Due to illnesses they had to borrow,
NOW THEREFORE, all persons J some other alumni and played the Edith Zinzerling, who is attending Susie E. Hamilton and Augustus
Hamilton, her husband, J. B. Clark
having claims against said Estate are high school team to a tie at the end high
and Jane Doe Clark, his wife, and all
hereby notified and required to pre
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Halter and
other persons or parties unknown
sent the same, together with proper of the time, then threw the winning
claiming any right, title, interest or
vouchers, therefor, to the under basket. Those playing for the alumni 1 30ns attended a family gathering at
estate in or to the real estate de
signed. at the offices of J. Arthur were Price Schroeder, Wallace’Carl, '
scribed in the Complaint on file
Berg, in Coquille, Oregon, within six
on Wednesday evening.
herein, or any part thereof,
months from the date hereof.
For the first time in several years
Dated this 10th day of December, Collier..
To Susie E. Hamilton and Augustus
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Watkins and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Keltner were
to their entire family on Christ- Hamilton, her husband, J. B. Clark
Clara D. Gregg,
Anne drove to Bandon Saturday af- hosts
Administratrix of the
Estate of E.
Those present were Edwin ana Jane Doe Clark, his' wife, and
temoon and were supper guests of 1
W. Gregg, Deceased.
Oregon City, Ruth Kelt all other persons or parties unknown
Mr. and Mrs Ray McNair.
claiming any right, title, interest and
J. Arthur Berg,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Christmas day marked the forty ner, of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Theron estate in or to ths real estate describ- ,
Residence and P. O. Address. Co ninth wedding anniversary of Mr. Keltner, Nancy and Percy Keltner, of ed in the Complaint on file herein,
Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Kelt or any part thereof, the above named
and Mrs. B. B. Watkins and all of
ner, of Knappa. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF* THE STATE
IN THE COI NTY COURT OF THE their children were with them except Halter, Ronald, Allen and Francis, of
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
Earl Watkins and family, of Portland
STATE O1 OREGON IN AND
Gunder- quired to appear and answer the ’
FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS
Dinner was served at one o’clock to Arago, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
In the Matter of the Estate of Chas. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Watkins, Mr. and son and Mrs. F. Clapp, of Klamath complaint filed against you in the
above entitled court and cause on or
Mrs. Ray Watkins. Everett and Dor Falls.
before the last time prescribed in the
Notice Of Final Account
order for publication of summons
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That othy Belle, of Eureka, Mr. and Mrs
herein, and if you do not. Plaintiffs
the undersigned has filed in the J. K. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. John Dam
County Court of Coos bounty, Ore ron, Jack and «Annalou, of- Bandon, mas With Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shaw will apply to the Court for the relief
in their complaint on file
gon, her final Account as Executrix Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Watkins, Mary, and children, Patty and Arlen.
herein, a succinct statement of which
of the Estate of Chas. Webb, deceased,
Mr. apd Mrs. J. F. Burtis, of Port is: That Plaintiffs be decreed the
and that the said Court has set Tues Jean and Anne.
day, January 2flth, 1937, at the hour
Mrs. Naomi Robison spent Christ land, were Christmas guests of Mr. owners in fee simple of The 84k of
of 10:00 o’clock A. M. at the County mas eve as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. L. Burti», returning to the NW 44, the SW44 ot the NEY« and
the NW 44 of the SW 44 of Section 32,
Court room in Coquille, Oregon, as
their home on Sunday.
Township 26 South Range 12 West
the time and place for hearing ob- Albert Gulstrom. On Christmas day
of Willamette Meridian—in.... Goes
Mr. and Mrs. Gulstrom and sons.
Junior and Dai win. Mrs. N
-Rob=- Duffy and'Palty Grossen. of Kfnmnth "CounTy, Oregon; that the above
named defendants be compelled to
Anna M. Rooney,
iSon, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Lillie and Falls, and Miss Catherine Ferrari, of set forth any claims which they may
children, Clyde, Laura Bernice, Glen
have or claim to have in or to said
J. Arthur Berg.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milani.
real property or any part thereof,
Attorney for E: Ixëcutrix. da and Gerald, had dinner together
Mrs. Ray Watkins, of Eureka, Cali and whatever right, title, interest,
'oquille, Oregon at the Lillie home.
estate, lien or equity, Defendants
• Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watkins and Ev- fornia, spent Monday and that night
WARRANT REDEMPTION NOTICE I crett spent Christmas evening at the with her siBter, Mra. Ralph Rackleff. may have in the same be decreed to
be inferior and Junior to Plaintiff*'
Notice Is hereby given that war
Patty Grossen, who has been with title, and that Plaintiffs* title to said
rants up to and including No. 10823, home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rackleff.
issued by Coquille School District. No. Mrs. Martha McNair and Mrs., Winni- her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe such other and further relief as to the
I. will be paid upon presentation to fred Hopkins were overnight guests Milani, since Thanksgiving, returned Court shall seem meet and equitable.
the district clerk, on and after Satur of Mra. Rackleff.
I to Klamath Falls with her mother,
This summons is published pursu
day December 10, 1938. Interest on
ant to an order of publication made
Raymond McNair, who la spending Mrs M
said warrants ceases on that date.
by the Hon. J. T. Brand, Judge of tha
Keith Leslie. Clerk
the vacation from the University of
Rev • - ,n<
8n< * * Mr8
Mr8 - - J J^
and above named Court, and entered
School District No. 8, Coquille, Oregon at Eugene with his parents, children, George, Virginia, Leslie and herein on the 10th day of Dec., 1936.
Coos County, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs Ray McNair of Bandon, i Lawrence, of Newberg, were Chriat- The date of the first publication of
this summons is Dec. 11, 1936, and
Body and Fender repair work done was a Saturday dinner guest at the mas guests at the J. W. Barnett home. the data of the last publication is the
8th day of Jan., 1937, ail as preicibed
by experienced mechanics. Our body
Mr and Mrs Walter Barklow were
Ask for Cow Bell Dairy cream and tn said order.
painter la an expert. Let ua prove
C. A. Barton,
we have the best of repair service. hosts to their entire family Christmas I milk, the only milk and cream made
Attorney for Plaintiffs
Mr. and Mrs. Eldrid Wilder, | safe by pasteurization.
Southwestern Motor Co.
4815 Postoffice address, Coquille, Ora.
New Faaffi V-R'*; appelant Raelpmffi la giva
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NILE MOT OR
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF
DR. De Le RHUE
Laird Ide- Recapitai
jointly with Dr. J. R.
DR. RALPH F. MILNE
1st NatL Bank Bldg.
HARRY A. SLACK
First National Bank Building
DR. J. R. BUNCH
Attorney at Law
- Coquille, Ore.
Residence Phone 24-M
J. ARTHUR BERG
Attorney at Law
R ooms 1*1
Farmers A Merchants Bank Bldg
DR. W. V. G LA 13 YER
County Herd * Meat Inspector
J. A. RICHMOND
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office 62M, Res. »«R
J. J. STANLEY
Office at risldeane, ITO Soatk
Willard St, CequiUs
On the 2nd day of January, 1937,
at the hour of 10:00 A. M. at the
front door of the court house in Co
quille, Coos County, Oregon, I will
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash the following de
scribed real property situated in Coos
County, Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning 143 feet South of the
Comer of Sections Thirteen, Four
teen, Twenty-three and Twenty-four
in Township Twenty-six South of
Range Thirteen West of the Willam
ette Meridian at a fir tree 15 inches
in diameter marked C. S. cm South
side; running thence West 850 feet
to a poet marked C. S. from which a
fir tree 10 inches in diameter bears
North 34 degrees East 9 feet; thence
South 27 degrees 9 minutes West
1000 feet to a cedar root marked C.
S., thence South 20 degrees and 39
i minutes East 1293 feet; thence South
300 feet; thence South 25 degrees
: and 50 minutes West 1039 feet to a
fence; thence South 1055 feet to the
South boundary line of the Donation
Land Claim of Curtis Noble and wife,
claim No. 37 and being a portion of
Sections Thirteen, Fourteen and
Twenty-three and Twenty-four In
Township Twenty-six South of Range
Thirteen West ot Willamette Meri
dian; thence West to the Southwest
Comer of said Donation Land Claim
of Curtis Noble and wife on the bank
of Isthmus Slough; thence Northerly
along low water line of East side of
said Isthmus Slough to a point due
West of the place ot beginning;
thence East to place of beginning,
containing 150 acres of land, more or
lesa; except a strip of land 100 feet
wide by 500 feet along the water
front described by metes and bounds
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on low water
mark of the East bank of Isthmus
Coos County, Oregon, where
a pile now stands 3172 feet South
ana 2122 feet West of the common
comer of Sections Thirteen, Four
teen, Twenty-three and Twenty-four
in Township Twenty-six South of
Range Thirteen West of tfhe Willam
ette Meridian, in Coca County, Ore
gon, said pile being at the North
west Corner of Watson’s wharf at
Coos City in said County and at the
Southwest Comer of what is known
as the McLaughlin Lot, now owned
diameter bears North
73 degrees 49 minutes East 108.5 feet;
and an iron pipe one inch in diameter
driven in the top of dike been North
34 degrees 45 minutes East 211 feet;
and the South face of a cedar pile at
the Southwest comer of the County
Road Landing on East side of said
Isthmus Slough at said Coos City,
bears North 18 degrees 30 minutes
West 79.8 fest; thence from said pile
first mentioned Southerly along low
water line of the waters of the East
bank of said Isthmus Slough 500
feet, thence East 100 feet; thence
Northerly on a line parallel with the
line running Southerly above referred
to. 500 feet, thence West 100 feet to
the place of beginning, situated in
Twenty-six South of Range Thirteen
West of the Willamette Meridian in
Coos County, Oregon. This is in
tended to be a tract of land 500 feet
by 100 feet along Isthmus Slough
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