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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1939)
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Mrs. O. C. Sanford was hostess to
nearly one hundred guests at tea on
Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Willard
Booserman, who has been placed on
the Appeals and Grievance committee
of the Grand Chapter of Oregon Or
der of Eastern Star.
Assisting about the rooms were
Mesdames Marvin Hopkins, Hal
Pierce, Keith Leslie and Ray Jeub.
Those pouring during the afternoon
houis were Mesdames George Bry
ant, Earl Leslie, Ralph Taylor, Lafe
Compton, Henry Lorenz and George
Ulett. Misses Dorris and Marilyn
Compton and Miss Levelle Walstrom
A feature of the tea which inter
ested the guests was a beautiful tea
serving set which had been in the
family of Mrs. jjryant for more than
one hundred years and which she
brought home with her from the visit
she and Mr. Bryant made to England
■ and Scotland last winter.
Mrs. Milton V. Sanden, who was
visiting Mrs. M. O. Hawkins, was the
incentive for a potluck luncheon on
Friday at the George Bryant cottage
at Bandon beach.
down were Mesdames Lloyd Rosa,
M. O .Hawkins, H. A. Young, J. L.
Smith, Marvin Lyons, J. A. Lamb,
Hal Piece, C. J. Fuhrman, Bert Fol
som, Mrs. R. A. Wemich and house
guest, Mrs Cunningham, of Boston,
Mass., Mrs. J. D. Rankin and chil
dren, Mrs. M. Earl Wilson and daugh
ters, Mrs. George Bryant and sister,
Mrs. O. E. Westfall, and children, of
Oakland, and the guest of honor.
Mrs. Harald J. Stevens entertained
at dessert bridge on Wednesday eve
ning. Her guests were Mesdames
Mary Stevens, Ruth Dey, Geneva
Norton, Margarita Brodie, Evelyn
Elliott, Fay Wagner and Marie Per
the three Curry county lodges will be
hosts for the other lodges in Coos and
According to an announcement
from Elton A. Schroeder, president
of the association, the regular busi
ness of the organization will be trans
Come to Coquille next Friday and
Entertains For Her Guest
acted, and a definite date for the Ma-
Saturday—it will be a grand time to
Miss Muriel Davis^ entertained a I wnlc picnic wm be set at that time,
get those incidentals at bargain prices
for Coquille Merchants will have an few of her friends Friday evening, which is being sponsored by the Mas
other big DOLLAR DAY on August honoring her house guest. Miss Elaine ters and Wardens Association under
Lee, from North Bend. The evening a committee headed by Dr. Drumm,
1« and 19.
A special feature of this promotion was spent in conversation and music, past master of North Bend lodge.
It is planned to have a large crab
by local meichants will be the listing after which refreshments were served
of REAL bargains on only the most to Misses Margaret Stewart, Dorothy
Dorothy Belie Newton,
useful and timely articles or mer Pearson,
chandise. Do not think that business Helen Kyle, Jeannette Wheeler, Vi
houses will try and unload articles olet Sutton and the guest of honor.
which have been on the shelves for Miss Lee.
Coquille Merchants Will Hold
Dollar Day Event Aug. 18 -19
The Get-together Club met at the
home of Mrs. Melvin Giles on Mon
day evening. Members present were
Mesdames Robert Pleith, George
Burr, George Goaline, Melvin Doring,
Guy Torrey, Bob Tennant and Miss
Vivian Tomlinson. Mrs. Giles was many months—only items of consid
the recipient of a lovely birthday gift erably greater value than one dollar
will be advertised in a. special two-
from the club members.
page spread of The Sentinel and
Jo celebrate her birthday, neigh Shopping Guide.
Virtually every merchant in the
bors of Mr> Melvin Doring had a pot
luck dinner at the James McGuffin city has responded favorably to the
home on Sunday. Those attending plan and with the impetus of two
were Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Curtiss successful Dollar Days already held
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George in the past year, this one beckons
Burr and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob bigger, better values and many more
Pleith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. pleased patrons of Coquille.
Watch for the big announcement,
Stanley Curtiss and daughter, of
North Bend, Jack Curtiss, Mr. and with many valued articles of mer
Mrs. James McGuffin, Louis McGuf chandise on sale with our own mer
fin and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clouse and chants next week in The Sentinel and
The Monday Night Bridge Club
had a potluck dinner at the home ot
Mrs. Muri Pettit this week. Mem
bers present were Mesdames Bert
Folsom, J. L. Smith, Hal Pieroe, J.
A. Lamb, Ed Lorenz, Edna Hartson
and Effie Miller. Mrs. Pettit won the
first prise, Mrs. Folsom, second, and
Mrs. Hartson, the travelling prize.
Peach Ice Cream
is always first point of consideration in our store.
To that end we buy merchandise which we believe
will please and benefit the customer and sell it at
prices which mean real economy.
Economize on EVERY Item on
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Your Grocery List
Tte Busy Corner Grocery
The Make-It-Right Store
CANTALOUPES10 for 25c
POTATOES*™”. « ¿ 19c
M. J. B.
MIRACLE WHIP '
GARDEN (Good quality)
WALNUTS Ä. ...
CANDY BARS 3
MACARONI 4 **• 19c
uakd TOMATOES by
the box or by the pound at the LOWEST
Prices in town.
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TOMATOES - Olliani
NEW TABLE QUEEN SQUASH
KENTUCKY WONDER BEANS
Go To Annapolis <
What A Treat!
Dog Show Plans
Are Being Made
Read a good book from our Lending
Library. We have a large selection
and you can have a book three days
for a dime. Norton’s, Coquille Hotel
of Our Customers
When officers must run from police
headquarters it is news, the same as
the “man biting the dog” story.
But it wasn’t a bold bad man that
caused Officer Harold Kolkhorst to
leave the police office in one jump
Monday morning. It was a tear
He started to pick up his holster
with the gas gun attached when 4t
fell from the hoster and somehow ex
ploded the bomb. Harold was out of
the room in a jump, leaving his cap
behind, and he quickly placed a blan
ket over-the crack beneath the door.
The odor of the gas in the office
was still strong the next morning.
A fire from which a lot of smoke
was rising last Thursday evening,
back ot Arago, between Fishtrap and
Hall’s creek, was reported ugder con
trol Saturday by the Coos Fire Patrol.
The blaze was confined to a 20-acre
October 7, 1939, the civil service
Mrs. Lloyd Rosa had a few in for section by the CCC fire fighters and commission will hold an examination
The Brady and Neal camp at Alle tea on Monday afternoon, honoring was supposed to have been started by
to determine eligible applicants for
gany was the scene of a delightful her sister, Mrs. O. H. Clemmer, of the electrical phenomena a week ago.
appointment to the U. S. Naval Acad
picnic on Sunday. In the group were Oakland, Calif. Guests were Mes
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emy at Annapolis, Maryand.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Pierce, Miss Bess dames J. A. Lamb, M. O. Hawkins,
The first congressional district of
Maury, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kay, Mr. C. J. Fuhrman, T. J. Thrift, Viola
Oregon will have two vacancies at
and Mrs. Fred McNelly, Howard Moy, Rosa and Miss Kate Rosa.
that academy in 1940. The successful
- Mrs. Mary McKeown, Mr. and Mrs.
candidate will enter the Academy
Earl Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Nor
The Charts Club met at the home
Plans for the annual Coos county next June. Congressman James W.
ton and Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. of Mrs. Ernest Whereat for dessert
Mott is anxious that all ambitious
Currie, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bournes luncheon last Thursday. Members Dog Show to be held in conjunction
young men in the first district, which
and Billy, Mrs. Tom Bournes, of present were Mesdames Tod Snyder,
he represents, have an opportunity to
North Bend, Mr. and Mrs. James Edna Stewart, William Nelson, D. G. September 13, 14, IS, and 10 are be
try for these coveted appointments.
Brady and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ireland, Merrill Foes, Joe Carter, Vai
Any young unmarried man, not less
Dr. J. W. Harrison, county veterin
Neal and Mrs. Bob Penland.
Harless and the hostess, Mrs. Ernest
than sixteen years of age nor more
Whereat. High score went to Mrs.
The show this year should draw than twenty years of age on April
Miss Laura Emily Ruble and Miss Wm. Nelson and low to Mrs. Ted Sny
many more entrants as a genuine in 1st, 1940, may compete.
Shirley Slater were hostesses on Tues der.
terest was shown by dog owners last < In order to make the required ar
day evening at a surprise party for
year at the first show. More classes rangements it is necessary that the
Mias Beverly Lubcke, of Spokane, Pioneer Missionary Society
of competition will be open this year applicant notify Congressman James
who is visiting her cousin, Miss Mari
The business meeting of the Pi and more premiums will be offered to W. Mott, Salem, Oregon, not later
The guests were
than September 1, $939, of his desire
oneer Missionary society was held in the winners.
seated at a large table beautifully
to participate in the examination.
decorated by the young hostesses, the church parlors Thursday after
pink being their theme color and the noon with the vice president, Mrs. Have Moved From
Cyril McCurdy, presiding. Mrs. R. B.
Precinct Change Was At
place cards dainty handmade flow
Coquille To Arkansas
S. E. Corner Of Coquille
ers. The evening was spent in play Rogers was in charge of the devo
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Broshears have
ing games. Guests of Miss Laura tions, “Light” being the topic. The moved from Sanford Heights, whore
The Sentinel was incorrect last
Emily and Miss Shirley were Betty
week in its mention of the change of
Emery, Kay Leslie, Joan Savage, Na songs, Mrs. Frank Leslie accompany to Drasco, Ark. In writing the Sen precinct boundaries in one instance.
dine Ashworth, Carol Jean Gray, ing. Mrs. Zelia Ireland closed the tinel to change the address ot his pa That part of Coquille Heights addi
Barbara Slater, Marianne Rackleff devotions with prayer, after which
tion which was taken into the city
reports of various standing commit per, Mr. Brashears says, “Have en
and the honoree, Bgveriy Lubcke.
several years ago, had never been
tees were read and other business dis
leaving the friends I have here, but tranferred from the Cunningham dis
Mrs. Harold J. Stevens and Mrs. posed of.
trict to Coquille Southeast. That is
health requires a change.”
At the close of the business meet
Craig Perrott were recent hosteaee
what the county did last week and
at a shower in honor of Miss Vera ing Mesdames E. M. Wilson, B. W.
FOR RENT—Light cheerful, roomy it does not disturb any of Cunning-
Oaslin, who is here for a short visit Dunn, Noble Chowning anti Miss
apartment. Reasonable to reliable ham precinct north of town.
before starting to business school in Elois Wilson served dainty refresh
strip taken into the new No. 44 Co
Portland. Friends of Miss Gaslin ments to Mesdames James Richmond,
quille S. E. No. 2, is 1000 feet long
200 N. Henry St
who were invited were Mesdames Cyril McCurdy, Henry Belloni, Clyde
and over 50 feet wide and at present
Louise Schroeder, Mary Stevens,
affects only the Dr. M. Earl Wilson, A.
Solftball Girls’ Team
Gertrude Swinney, Ruth Clayton, Fay ing, L. Edmonds, Nelson, W. A. Ire
Isler homes and one or two others.
Wagner, Francis Gaslin, Ruth Cooper, land, F. G. Leslie, Birdie Skeels, Entertained By Mrs. Batty
Verna Brockmann, Evelyn Elliott, A. H. Oden, Blanche Davis, Elton
Mrs. Ernest Betty entertained the Masters & Wardens Association
Ardis Sherwood, Mary Epps, Gladys Savage, Eunice Finley, W. M. Peart, Coquille Giris’ softball team Tuesday
Miller, Geneva Norton and Mar Cavat, Alpha Young, Cora Wimer, evening, August 8, with a watermelon To Meet At Port Orford
The Andy P. Davis Masters and
garita Brodie. Pinochle and bridge Ernest Purvance, Miranda Way, Bob feed. Those enjoying the evening
were played during the evening, Mrs. Lawrence, Leland Peart, Orvil New were: Thelma Ellingwood, Fairy Wardens Association will hold its
Mary Stevens winning the house ton, Frank Schram, J. W. Zander Cardwell, Barbera Leslie, Margaret next meeting at the Port Orford
and Walter Nohmburg.
Smith, Elaine Gray, Peggy Wemich, Lodge No. 170, Port Orford, Oregon,
Shirley Nye, Betty Lou Donated, Er on the evening of August 17th, when
About twenty ladies competed in Music Pupils Entertain
nestine Batty, Lurene Chard, Alva
the Flag Tournament last Friday at Rotary At Wednesday Lunch
Turner, Donna Dunn, Jeanne Clater
the Country Club. The tournament
bos, Buck Sorenson, Bob Chard, Er
started at ten and after luncheon at | Miss Gretchen Clinton and Jack nest Batty and the hostess.
the club house, continued in the af Stevens, piano pupils of Miss Inez
ternoon. Prizes went to the follow Rover, furnished the musical enter
Renovating At Bond’s
ing: Mrs. John Arnold, of Myrtle tainment for the Rotary Club at their
In an effort to serve customers from
Point, going farthest; Mias Ruth Bar noon luncheon yesterday. Miss Clin
ton, of Myrtle Point, lowest score and ton rendered two selections and Jack one of the brightest appearing, clean
meat markets In southern Oregon,
longest drive; Mrs. C. W. I .inn, of three, in a very creditable manner.
Dutch Clinton was asked to sing Bond’s Market has undergone a com
Bandon, closest to the pin; Mrs. Jack
Moore and Mrs. Whitaker, of Myrtle but declined on account of some im plete and enlightening renovation the
Point, blind prizes, and Mrs. Viola agined derogatory remarks at the last week.
opening of the meeting.
Behind the counter, an inlaid lino
Newton, of Coquille, high score.
Rotarian Wm. R. Claterbos, of Van leum has been mounted on the wall.
There were also three tables of
bridge. First prize was won by Mrs. couver, Wash., brother of Harry Cla A blue tint added to the ceiling with
Flentge Perkins, of Myrtle Point, and terbos of the First National Bank of white walls and a new finish on the
second by Mrs. Jack Greiner, who is Portland, was a guest as was Ro refrigeration plant front are among
the improvements made. According
visiting in Powers from her home in tarian Ed Loney, of Marshfield.
Other guests were Representative to Maynard Bond, an owner of the
Mrs. Don Lanham and Mrs. Mil Roy Carter, of Gold Beach, Miss Inez firm, other changes will be made in
ton Greenfield were on the Coquille
sicians of Coquille.
the firm to serve patrons.
feed after the business session and
everyone will have1 a chance to eat
all of the deep sea Port Orford crabs
they wish, according to Secretary
Sauers of the Port Orford lodge
This will be an important meeting
and all members are urged to attend