The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, August 10, 1939, Page 3, Image 3

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    PAGR TUKE*
Soft Boll Day
Attracts Hundreds
To Ball Park
nounced at a future time. Mr. Knox, away during the past year, that it be I to the Bang’s disease test.
Eight
County agent of Curry county, has held on the third Sunday of August owners were listed, the largest num­
arranged schedules for this series of
Mrs. Martha Averill, the only sur­
ber belonging on one ranch being 32.
The Curry County Fair board is benefit dances.
viving member of the original fam­
giving a series of dances to raise
ily, who resides in Corvallis, will be
funds for a fair building.
unable to attend this year's picnic.; Mrs. Prey Sells Home
Family Reunion Of Robison
The dance at Sixes and Brookings
Clan
To
Be
Held
August
20
Mrs. Nellie Prey on Monday this
this Saturday night, August 12, will
Forty-five Reactors To Bang’s
week closed the deal for the sale of
be the first of these dances.
The Robison annual family picnic
her 5-room house on Fourth street,
The Sixes Grange Hall is an ideal which has been held every year for Disease Test Slaughtered
place to dance. Babe’s Melody Kings nearly a quarter of a century will be
The county court on Monday or- between Coulter and Heath, to O. R
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on’ dered
warrants drawn, _ totalling
$180, Langlois, retired lighthouse keeper,
will furnish the music for this event. held at the George Robison ranch
was located at Bandon for many
Later there will be dances at Lang­ Fishtrap Sunday, August 20. It was | as partial compensation for 45 head •
lois, Gold Beach, etc., dates to be an- the wish of Rock Robison, who passed of cattle which proved to be reactors y®*rs.
Curry
For New Fair Building
Moore, 9 A p
Krantz, m
Vamey, m
Fuhrman, 1
Smith, s
B. Vincent, c
F. Vincent, r
Hinzelman, 1
Brown, 2
McFarlane, p
Rourke, “1*1
Norton,
Wilson,
The softball benefit program and
games at Athletic Park here Sunday
was a huge success and was thor­
oughly enjoyed by the 400 to 500 who
attended. Fred Bull, with hto loud
speaker system, also helped keep the
crowd entertained.
The field events program was
9 21 11
handled by A. J. Saniol, of Marsh­
H O A
field, Stan Stevens and Buck Soren­ Empire
1 1 9
son, of Coquille. Winners of prizes Bergeil,
3 2 10
in the girls events were Fairy Card-
4
0 0
well, Betty Southwick, Thelma K- Tyberg, 1
0 0
lingwood, of Coquille, Misses Alto Mordini, 1
3 0
and Thompson, of Marshfield. The Matazuki, s .
prizes they received were donated by LeFleur, r
wk
Mtos May’s Shop, Tip Top, Rackleff Christianson, m
»
• 'lili
\ Jh
"6a
Pharmacy, Brandon’s, Excel Dress Sanders, c
Shoppe, Fuhrman’s Pharmacy, Slat­ Costello, p
er’s Variety, Black A White.
92 7 11 21 10 2
Contributors at the men's prizes
Two-base hits,. Young, Mordini;
were Cow Bell Dairy, Herman's Men’s
Store, J. C. Penney Co., J. A. Lamb Struck out by McFarlane 2, by Wil­
Co., H. N. Lorenz, Stevens Hardware, son 9, by Beeson 19.
H. S. Norton, Barrow Drug Co., Roxy
Theatre, Bill’s Place, Pastime and
Peoples Market.
Those winning
prizes were Kustlck, McGrew, Soren­
son, Barham and Allard, of Coquille,
Clayton, Thompson, Johnson, Doug­
you 11 enjoy them
but attend
las, Frew and ^fobley, of Marshfield.
A new law pertaining to the en-
SAFEWAY
’
S
24th
ANNIVERSARY
and
WORLD
’
S
FOOD
FAIR
this
The proceeds were turned over to ’ trance of first graders in school is
week
end
thrill
to
the
very
core
of
your
food
budget!
Weeks
of
planning
the four men—Harris, Ziegler, Johns 1 now in effect. It reads that children
grid Carver—who have been injured I who will be six on or before Novem­
and preparation, state-wide surverys and price studies, trainload shipments
in softball games this season and they ber 15 are eligible for beginning
of new merchandise... ail have contributed to bring you this ... the most
were most appreciative of the bene­ school in September. Therefore those
spectacuar money-saying value-event in food history. Stock up now for
fit they received and thanked the children who win not be six until
............................... BETTER LIVING at LESS COST!
- - - - -
sponsors as well as the donors of after this date will wait and enter
prizes.
school in September 1940. Parents
TALL
CANS
—
CHERUB
..
PEAS—308 «•*-8 For.
— 25c
Clarence Barton and L. Gilbert should besr this in mind. The writer
acted as both Judges of events and does not however, know if any of the
CORN-808 Can>-9 For.------ 23c
(48 Cans, 1 Case....... $2.85)
umpires of the games and both es- towns have a different ruling and
BEANS-No-2 c*“-3 For— 28c
. caped arousing any wrath, at least would therefore advise parents of
they were not injured.
children living in the town districts
BEETS-N<>- 2 8Uced.......... 10c
The Coquille girls team won from to note special announcement from
KRAUT—2* Cans.............. 10c
the Marshfield girls team which has their city superintendents.
SPINACH—®*
’----- 12c
yet to be beaten in the Marshfield
The school board members of Coos
league. Fairy Cardwell and Thelma county during their annual meeting
TOMATOES—•*
~ - 9t
Ellingwood pitched for the local girts, in February passed a resolution per­
SLIGHTLY SALTED
.... ....
.lil....... . i
i ■<
Alva Turner was the catcher. The taining to first gradars. This reso­
rest of the team was composed of lution advocated the plan of having
2 LB. BOXES
TUNA FLAKES-* —■ - 10c’
Georgia McGrew, Betty Southwick, beginnings in schools with several
Shirley Nye, Peggy Wemich, Norene grades under one teacher begin one
CORN BEEF—12 *.....
McClellan, Barbara Leslie, Ernestine week after the regular beginning of
Batty, Pauline Allard, Marlene Chard school. It has been found that these
CATSUP—12 *
10c
and Betty Donated.
little folk can receive very little at­
SPAM—12 *• <**
25c
The score was 19 to 10 in favor of tention during the chaotic days of
-A.
Coquille and both teams expressed a the beginning of school. Bad habits
OLIVES- n °. i Tall.
__ 13c
willingness to play another " game are formed which are difficult to cor­
as the fans have voiced a desire rect. After the school to under way
FIG BARS-« u*
19c
for them to do.
i
for a few days these beginners can
VIENNA SAUSAGE.® ** 15c
The first men’s game was won by be given proper attention and after a
Marshfield, 12 to 10, with Dee Lash- ; few weeks will be farther along than
PIGS FEET- pu .
21c
KITCHEN CRAFT
muth, Wallace and Somers in the | if they had an improper start
battery points for the Bay, Barham ;
49 LB. BAGS
and Menovich for Coquille.
The executive committee of Coos
iilöäÖTEA
In the second game, with “Chub” county
,
rural teachers has been mak­
Allard pitching, the locals won 5 to | ing plans for a program for a pre­
»OR COFFEE
9. Sorenson received Allard's curves. school meeting. The latter will be
SALT—Maximum—2« os,
Battery for Marshfield was composed held in Circuit Court Room, Coquille,
BEANS—or Red—« Lbs...
of Wallace and Barnes.
on Saturday morning, September 2.
Altogether It was a great success The committee in planning is Lillian
RICE—F<nc* Whole—5 Lbs..
and people from both Coquille and Hines, Haynes Inlet president; Cora
out of town have expressed s de- Mackey, Roy, vice president and Ida I
RICE—Broken—6 Lbs.
sire thst another athletic events d*y Oerding, Riverside, secretary, and
MACARONI—8 Lb«
be held and games played.
Martha E. Mulkey, county superin­
tendent
(
'qt I
OATS-»
Bags.
One feature of the meeting wiU be I ' ORANGE PEKOE—1 LB-.............
ANN
—— —
-
News From County
School Supt. Office
6c I
Price»
Effective
Auguet llth
to Aug.
l<th> inc.
$4.79
14c
19c
5c
CAMAY
SOAP ’
CANTERBURY TEA
AIRWAY COFFEE 1
Coquille Dropped
Two To Empire
a panel discussion on “Better Rural
Teaching.” The panel members are I
as follows: Rosabel Brown, Dora,
chairman; Mrs. Joyce Owen, River­
The Coquille Merchants ball team ton; Mr. Bert Cox, Catching Inlet;'
dropped a double beader Sunday to
Miss Bessie Payne, Mrs. Ethel Sles-
the league-leading Empire club, the
treeme, Hauser. Those on nominat­
first game, 7 to 0, and the second 7
ing committee for the occasion are:
to 6.
Mrs. Naomi Crewe, Velley View.j
In the first Coquile tapped Beeson
chairman; Gretchen Mehl, Coos Riv­
for nine singles, while Empire was
er, and Jack Hultin, Parkersburg. A
landing on Wilson for 14, two of them
large attendance to anticipated.
double*. In the second, only seven
innings, the locals made their eight
hits, one a double by Vamey, put six Young Matrons’ Club
The Young Matrons’ Club met at
across, but four tworbaggers and sev­
en singles by the bay boys outscored the home at Mrs. Jack Clouse Wed­
nesday afternoon. Among those pres­
the locals by a single counter.
In the first game, singles by Nor­ ent were: Meedemes Walter West, Er­
ton, Wilson and Fuhrman loaded the nest Embree and Leon, Bert Ferry
bases in the seventh but Krantz filed and Norman, Westley Travis and
Nonie, Virgil Todd’and Virgil, Jr,
out to right to end the rally.
Enno Domath and daughter, Weldon
Curtis and Ethel Mae and the host­
Coquille
ess and her children. The aftemnon
Moore, 1
was spent playing cards, high score
Fuhrman, 1
going to Mrs. Todd. Consolation was
B. Vincent, c
awarded Mrs. Ferry. Door prize
Krantz, m
for the day was won by Mrs. Travis.
Brown, 2
Next meeting of the club to at the
Smith, a
home of Mrs. Weldon Curtis.
Schaer, 3
35c
NOB HILL COFFEE
FLXVOC-FAVORITE—1 LB._________
20c
45c
EDWARDS COFFEE
Select Vacuum-packed
Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables
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0
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9
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0
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Two-base hit. Varney, Young
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U. S. Impeded
Sold on Money-Back Guarantee
BROWNS BEST—UH—HALBS
69c
Beef Roast
12%(
Per Box.............. .........
15c
! CARROTS PeXT
WATERMELONS
LARGE 2ft CANS
IN TOMATO SAUCE
3 Cans
For....
(RISCO
UNSURPASSED FOR
Bacon Back Ir..CT“. 17!6c
»
lk
2c
J c
laid
KETTLE RENDERED
6 LBS...................
49c
Rib Boll
9!6(
Lunch Meal lb
191 äc
FRYING A BAKING
3 Lb. Sanitary nu
Tins For_____
BLACK SEEDED
STOKELY'S
Leg. 4«
B R H O A
MEA TS
17!6c
ALBERTAS
I?
33c
Highest Grade
Full ata.
Franks .r8™
4 f’^ir
0
MAYONNAISE
59c
EXTRA LARGE
5
69c
25c
25c
19c
14c
35c
PUEX-* Gat Jag..
20c
PINEAPPLE—2*. Broksn
Ifc
GRAPEFRUIT—N«. 2 l and h
9c
KARO SYRUP-»*-8 a-.......- 35c
VINEGAR-FoU Qt Bottle......... .. — 12c
HILL’S COFFEE—1 u>. can.... „.. 26c
PEPPER— Schillings, Black—4 os.
9c
RITZ CRACKERS-
20c
PEACHES per™
CANTALOUPES
Empire
Bergeil, 2
Young, 3
Tyberg, 1
Mordini, 1
Matazuski, s
Stanley, c
Christensen, m
W afford, r . .
Beeson, p
LIPTON
TEABUckia
ROASTER-TO-GROCER FREE—3 LBS.
Norton, r
Wilson, p
McFarlane, p
Coquille
49c
HOMINY
39
WALDORF
WHITE KING
Toilet Soap
8 Bars
For
.........
IVORY Flakes