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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1939)
Eaton s Feed Stores offer you vig
orous, quick-growing chicks from 1 day for San Francisco, where they
well mated high-producing flocks, ‘ expect to remain for anywhere from
100 percent B. W. D. tested, place two weeks to a’ month. Mr. Pook
your orders early, our prices are was in Southern Pacific Hospital sev
Of course, they should be eral months ago and he goes back now
fed Hodgen-Brewster Starter and for an examination.
Dr. C. G. Stem, Chiropractor. 393
St., phone, 86 j .
Mrs. Mabie Laird and son, Lloyd,
Douglas Donated, after spending
the past week with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. H. Donated, left Satur
day for Fresno, California, where he
is attending Fresno State College.
Douglas la a member of the college
band which made two appearances at
the San Francisco fair on March 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Ulett and
Mrs. Lafe Compton left Tuesday
morning for Portland, expecting to
arrived here last Friday noon from
Salem, where they have been for the
past month. While they like the Wil
lamette valley, they said before start
ing back Sunday noon, that unless
they found a suitable investment
there, they would probably return to
San Francisco. Mrs. Laird is looking
and feeling better than she did a
few months ago.
Those desiring to secure drivers* li
censes may see Ward McReynolds at
the Coquille city hall next Tuesday,
At IlH ••
QRé Ä’ u :
April 18, between ten and five o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norton left yes
terday afternoon for Portland, where
he had business with the U. S. en
gineers on Port of Bandon business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lu Claterboe re
turned yesterday from a trip to White
Salmon, Wash., on which they left
Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Inc.
2 GOOD PICTURES
E. A. McCord, who is employed at
McKinley, was arrested by the state
police last Friday, on Front street
here, charged with drunken driving.
When taken before Justice Barton he
was fined >100 and sentenced to 30
days in jail.
A Deaum 0a Wheels
but a pretty gid had Mm
Vem Oderkirk, Jr., underwent an
emergency opperation for appendi
citis at the BeUe Knife Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mulkey and
family drove out to Granta Pass with
Harry Epperson last Sunday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dutton.
visitors there were Mr. and Mrs.
Marion House, of Klamath Falls, and
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gage, of Dallas,
who have often been in this section.
The Coquille visitors returned Sun
THE PUBLIC INVITED
The public is invited to attend the
Junior Woman’s Club public card
party at the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday,
April 22nd. AU kinds of games wUl
be provided and the time is 8:00
o’clock. Tickets are on sale at Ber
gen’s for thirty-five cents. Mrs. Har
old Gould is general chairman for the
party and she has appointed the fol
lowing committee chairmen to work
with her: tickets, Estelle Harbison;
prizes, Bernice Ireland; tallies, Eu
nice Barrow and Mabel Tucker;
tables, Margaret Bellon!; decorations,
Probate Court Cases
Dr. J. D. Rankin was last Thurs
day appointed administrator of the
14,900 estate left by Geo. H. W. Bar-
Job’s Daughters To Present
renpohl, who died here April 3. Ap
Program For O.E.S. Tonight
praisers of the estate, >4.400 of which
'Beulah Chapter, No. 8, O. E. S., will is personal property, are L. H. Haz
hold its regular meeting this (Thurs ard, K. E. Pettengil and J. E. Axtell.
day) evening with the Jobs Daugh
ters Bethel presenting a program af
V. R. WILSON, O. D.
ter the chapter adjourns. All parents
of Jobe Daughters and others who
may be interested are invited to be
Fitted. Broken lenses
present for the program, stated Mrs. plicated. Optical repairs while you
Florence Sanford, worthy matron.
wait Expert service.
FOR SALE—*36 Nash Sedan.
good shape. Reasonable, at Gil
more Station, Coquille.
FOR RENT — New modem 4-room
House, garage, and one acre of
garden, >22.50 per mo., or special
price by the year. Two miles from
Coquille. Frank George, on Rink
creek road; phone 4R3.
Improvements At The Riviera
The Riviera Dine & Dance, corner
of Front and Hall streets, has re
cently installed a larger refrigerator
and the arrangement of the front
room has been altered by moving the
counter to the north side of the room
and installing several booths along
the south side.