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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1939)
Una Rebekah lodge met Monday
night at the Odd Fellows hall foe the
semi-monthly meeting. Mrs. Elmer
Hufford was elected as delegate to
grand lodge at Klamath Falls, May
Robert Clarke, who attends Wil
lamette University, will arrive home
this week-end to spend Easter with
his parents, Dr. and 'Mrs. O. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Doroid Gilkison re
turned to their home Sunday eve
ning from their wedding trip to Port
land. They are at home In the John
Mrs. A. Christensen entertained the
Modem Matrons at her home Friday
afternoon. Those present were Mrs.
Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Jess Clinton,
Mrs. Harry Christy, Lila Ellis, Mrs.
Lawrence Clinton, Mrs. Robert Re
dell, Mrs. Paul Breuer and Mrs. Mary
Mias May Hatcher returned to her
home at Klatnath Falls Thursday
Art Herral and J. W. Duddelson, of
Eugene, were guests Friday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bell.
The Altar society met at the home
There was a good attendance at the
of Mrs. Agnes Walsh Thursday, the
three-act play, “Hobgoblin House,”
afternoon being spent in sewing and
which was presented Saturday eve
visiting. At the close of the meeting
ning in the school auditorium, by the
a dainty lunch was served.
Boy and Girl Scouts. The cast of
Miss Janet Hall, of Eugene, was a
characters included Roger LeClerc,
Sunday afternoon caller at the J. W.
Evelyn Shields, Vivienne Lake, Lois
Medley, Edward Morrison, Clifton
Mrs. Viola Boren and Mrs. John Christian, Lonella Wells, Gene Wells,
Belieu returned Monday evening
from Marshfield, where they had Charles Holmes and Betty Medley.
spent the last two weeks caring for
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Knight, of
their brother, Frank Carlile, who is
Gaylord attended the Grange meet
ing here Friday evening and spent
Mrs. David Lerison returned home
night at the home of Mr, Knight’s
Tuesday from Seaside.
sister, Mrs. Dwight Culver.
Mrs. Sarah Williams left Tuesday
Culver accompanied them on their
for Tulelake, Calif., to visit at the
return home Saturday and spent the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Guy Por
A very pleasant birthday party was
given Saturday afternoon far Mrs. | planned a sunrise service for Sunday
Katherine Arnold, who resides on C morning, the program to be followed
street, in honor of her 84th birthday^ by breakfast. The service will be
Those present were: Mesdames Frank held outdoors if the weather permits.
Young, Chas. Belshaw, Ernest Luthy, Those who wish to attend are asked
Rex Smith, Frank Freeman, Frank to be at the church at S:00 a. m. At
Morrisop, Dick Arnold, Ella King, 8:00 p. m. the resurrection story will
Dolores Getrise, A. J. Nussel, Fred be presented in song and pantomime.
Brown, T. M. Stover, Joe Pool, Glenas Mrs. Clarence Fiaer is arranging the
Baker, Neto Wilson, Mary Roupp and program, and Clyde Bartlett and E.
the honored guest, Mrs. Katherine J. Walker will be in charge of the
decorations and stage setting.
Mrs. Frank Young was given a . A number of friends were enter -
birthday shower at the home of 'tained Sunday at a picnic at the Or-
Mrs. Ray Watterman on Wednesday vin Finch home. Included in the
were Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
by members of the Octette club. She group
received many lovely gifts. There Knight and son, Chas. Jr., of Gaylord;
were eight members present and two Linden Lowers, of Coquille; Jimmie
Jackie Roundtree, of Remote;
guests, Mrs. Rex Smith, of Coquille, and
and Mrs. Katherine Arnold, of Myrtle
Point. A dainty luncheon was served
at 1:30 p. m.
Frank Freeman left Thursday
morning to enter the Veterans hospi
tal at Roseburg for treatment
The Galloping Tea-ers called at the
home of Mrs. Henry Schroeder on
was served to Mesdames Olive Shull,
Nellie Ray, Frank Tripp, James Ma
haffey, Myrtle Button, Van Spores,
Joe Mast R. H! Lemon, Louis Miller,
David Kroll, Donald Gilkison, John
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Butler, Jerry
and Louise, ot Coquille; Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Culver, Mary Lou and Evert;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culver, Lynn,
Edson and Eleby Ann,
Shields; Mr. and Mrs. Finch, Marian,
Gene, and Charlotte and Mr. Finch's
Mar. SO—R. Shimono vs.
April 3—Mildred E. Scott vs. Al
fred L. Scott. Suit for divorce.
April 5—Anna Stephan vs. L. T.
Just a Drunken Charge
John Lloyd Cowan, of the Smith
river country above Reedsport, who
was taken from the county jail to
Marshfield last Thursday, paid a
|10 fine in Justice Bolt’s court on a
nothing to the story of his imperson
ating an officer.
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