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THE COQUILLE VALUT SENTINEL, COQUILLE, OREGON THURSDAY, AVGUST m . 1838.
sister-in-law and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus Rylander of Norway. She
will leave foe Ferndale, Calif., Fri
day or Saturday to visit friends there
and attend the Ferndale fair before
returning to her work.
Mr. and Mrs. David Norcross, of
Seattle, were overnight guests at Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Bennett and Mrs.
Julia Leep Wednesday.
Chas. S. Murphy
tor who is putting on this show.
Most of the invention* will be
shown, in actual operation in sound
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker, E. J, Jr„
and color pictures on the screen,
Ruth and Jerry, and Mrs. Lucy Cul
ver were entertained Sunday at th*
Charles Shepard Murphy passed while some will be on display in the
Frank Culver home, at a birthday
away at Mast hospital August 8, special exhibit room. This show at-
dinner honoring Edson Culver’s elev
where he had been brought .a
earlier, suffering from a paralytic last year, and it ia expected more will
attend this year to see what ideas
Miss Margaret Luttrell, who is hav
stroke and heart attack.
ing a two weeks’ vacation from her
Mr. Murphy was born in St. Louis, and invention* Oregon residents have.
In addition to the inventions, the
duties at the Sacred Heart Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bender, of Mc Missouri, Nov. 18, 1874, being 64
in Eugene, is visiting here at the home Minnville, arrived Saturday morning years, eight months and 21 day* at National Association of Manufactur
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. enroute to the Sen Francisco fair in hi* passing. In his younger day* he ers is co-dperating by exhibiting an
Luttrell. She spent a part of the first company with Mr. and Mn. Milton
served as linotype operator on sev interesting motion picture of the
week at Ada with her sister, Mrs. Schroeder, of Myrtle Point
They eral prominent papers. The Cincin progress in America from olden to
Glenn Scott, and family.
stopped for a few minute* to vielt
_ nati Post, Chicago Tribune, Seattle modern times.
A group of Gideons from Homburg Mr. Bender’s parents, Mr. and Mrs Times, The Oregonian and the Coos
will conduct a service at the church A. H. Bender, of Norway.
Bay Time*. Twenty-eight year* ago
here at 8:00 o’clock next Sunday eve
Mrs. Elberta LaFlamme, who has he bought the A. L. Nosier mercantile
ning, Aug. 13. They will bring spec been visiting the past month with her store at Bridge, Oregon, which he
ial music as well a* a very interesting parents, Mr. and Mn. Walter Laird, operated until about a year ago when
message and the people of the com and family and other relatives, left failing health caused him to retire.
The office of the Coos & Curry
munity are cordially invited to come Wednesday for her home in San Ber
Twenty-four years ago he was Farm Loan Association, located In
and hear them.
commissioned postmaster at Bridge. the Title Guarantee A Abstract Co.
There was a good attendance at the
Mrs. Roy Robison, who attended
He leave* to mourn his death hi* room in the First National Bank
Grange meeting Friday evening, with the summer camp at Lake Cleawox, widow, Mr*. Ida Murphy, to whom building for several years, is to be
nearly all of the officers present. Mr*. returned home Sunday after a thor he was married September 27, 1894, moved next Monday to Roseburg,
Clarence Fiser was appointed chair oughly enjoyable week.
and-cne daughter, Mrs. Nelen Pan where It wiir'bF established inthe
man of the committee to take care
Perkins building with the Roseburg
coast. beside* a host of friends.
of the Fair booth and she to to choose
Funeral services were held from Farm Loan Association.
her own helper*. During the Lectur
Schroeder Chapel at 3:00 p. m. Wed
This announcement was made yes
er’s hour, Mr*. Dwight Culver gave
Del Lenox and Leslie Davis, of nesday, August 8, with the Masonic terday by E. J. Tilley, secretary
a short talk and poem on Peace. Other Nebraska, who have been visiting lodge having charge. Cremation to treasurer of the Coos-Curry associa
members had been handed a page of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. to be in Portland today.
tion, who will continue in charge of
the Grange Bulletin and the Lecturer ’ Jack Haechauer, for the last couple
the local association affairs in the
callled on each to report something of of weeks, left Wednesday for Med-
office at Roseburg.
interest he had found on his page. It • ford where they expect to find work.
The move is made as a matter of
made a very interesting program and 1
economy and efficiency of operation
Mrs. Naydene Osborne and Nor
brought forth many discussions. Mr*, wood Brown returned Wednesday
and will prevent overlapping of trip*
Clarence Fiser and Virginia Beckett ; from Portland and Eugene, where
There ars to be two spacial pro by the office managers of the two
sang “Aloha Means Farewell to 1 they had been visiting relative* and
associations, especially in northern
gram* of interest to bible and music
You,” and taught it to the Grange, to 1 friend*.
Coos and western Douglas counties.
lover* on Friday of «this week and
be used as a closing song hereafter.
Douglas McLain arrived Friday Tuesday of next week at the Assem
O. W. Heath ha* been asked to give from Loe Angeles to visit his pat
an autobiography of his lit* at th* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McLain, for bly of God. Friday night a male
quartet from the Southern Bibl* Col
next meeting. At the close of the two weeks.
Elbert Schroeder was last Thurs
lege in Pasadena, California, will be
program, Mesdames Dwight Culver
Mrs. N. Elsner and granddaughter,
appointed administrator of the
and Frank Culver served watermelon Miss Anita Tedsen, daughter of Her presenting a program of singing, $165 estate left by Chas. W. Taylor,
speaking, and instrumental music.
to those present.
man Tedsen, returned Friday from a
who died April 3, 1030. Appraiser*
Mr*. Belle Hooton, of Coquille, four weeks’ visit in San Francisco The quartet is the gospel team cho*«n of the estate are Cha*. Schroeder, R.
spent the week-end at the A. O. Hoo with Miss Anita’s mother, Mrs. Agnes each year from among the student H. Creager and J. S. Barton.
Tedsen. They enjoyed the world’s body of th* school and sent out under
Joe St. Peter, Jr., of Marshfield,
J. W. Barnett, of Arago, occupied fair while in the bay city.
its auspice* to present the school pro was on Saturday named as executor
th* pulpit of the local church Sunday
Jimmie Rowe, who has just com gram to congregation* on th* west of the will of Berton E. Hampton,
morning and evening, giving a couple pleted a visit to the world’s fair in coast. This group of young men fur who died at the BayUeaving an es
of splendid sermons. Roy S. Luttrell New York, has been visiting hi* aunt nished a number of program* at the tate estimate^! to consist of $40,000 in
will have charge of the morning ser and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Guerin. statewide eamp meeting at Turner, real property and $650 in personal.
vice next Sunday.
Mr. and Mr*. Cliff Wilson and two Oregon, this year, and Rev. R. D. E. Ray Kaufman, John Boyd and May
Mrs. Amelia Hill arrived Friday children spent the week-end in Rose Smith, pastor of the local Assembly
k were named apprais-
from Drew to visit for a while at the burg visiting.
of God who heard them there reports
home of her mother, Mrs. Melissa
Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Gilkison and that they ar* exceptionally good.
Mis* June Chandler drove to Eu Allen Larson to first tenor; Roy
Mr. and Mr*. Forrest L. Moon, Zella reka, Calif., Friday, returning Sun
Blakely second tenor; Joe Opperman,
May, Eugene and Edgar, visited brief day, bringing with them Mis* Kath
baritone and Don Setterlund, bass.
ly at the A. O. Hooton home Sunday leen Gilkiaon, who ha* been visiting
Mrs- Edgar Gillespie returned from
Tuesday night of next week A. E.
evening, enroute to their home in in the southern city for five weeks,
the hospital this week.
Myrtle Point. Zella May, Eugen* and and Miss Marie Chandler, who will Mitchell, noted bible teacher, Author
Clayton, Chas, and Clinton Fel
Edgar were returning home from a visit relatives here for several weeks. and autist, will be speaking. He is lows and Charles Leach left Saturday
the father of Rev. Hubert Mitchell for Corvallis, where they plan to at
visit of about six weeks at th* home
Mr*. Cora Steele, Miss Marianna
of their aunt, Mrs. Byron Boles, in Steele and Miss Gllda Diete spent who has held two short meeting* in tend the Nebraska picnic. Charles
Coquille and will be remembered a* Fellows will go from there to May
Moyie Springs, Idaho, and Mr. and the ddy Sunday at Winchester Bay.
missionary to Sumatra and an ex View, Washington, where he will visit
Mrs. Moon met them in Roseburg.
Mr*. Effie Shindoll left Wednesday
Chas. S. Murphy, the Bridge post for a visit with friends in Salem and ceptionally fine piano - accordionist. his brother, William Fellow*.
Mr. Mitchel] is traveling with his wife
master and leading merchant, who Albany.
Mr. and Mr*. Alfonso Fellow* are
suffered a stroke of apoplexy a week
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter, Miss and three daughters, one of whom, the proud parents of a baby daughter
ago Monday morning, passed away Aileen Osborne and Harry Rankin Jean, is shortly to leave for India as bora July 30.
this (Tuesday) morning, at the Mast enjoyed the Iowa picnic at Eel Lake a nstoeionary. Mr. Mitchell is the de
A group from this community jour-
Hospital in Myrtle Point. Mr. Mur Sunday.
signer and manufacturer of the
phy was a genial and kindly man,
Stanley PhUliR», of Schroeder Mor- aluminum hand-painted religious art
who had made many friend* during tury, left Saturday morning, taking placque* whioh are found in almost
the many year* that he lived here. the body of Mr*. Mabel Johnson to every Christian home.
The sympathy of the entire com Centralia. Wash., for burial.
Rev. R. D. E. Smith, now returned
munity goes out to his widow, and Johnson was drowned in an auto ac
from the statewide camp meeting, will
daughter, Mr*. Albert Pancoast, and cident near Bridge. Mrs. Phillips ac
be in charge of all services and presum
hi* sister, Mrs. Arthur Kurtz, at companied her husband.
ing at both services Sunday.
whose Myrtle Creek home he was
visiting when the stroke occurred.
Ben Knight and son, Clifford, of
Prineville, were Sunday guests at
The Townsend Club met Tuesday
th* home of the former’s sister, Mr*.
evening of this week, with President
Dwight Culver. Mr. and Mr*. N. W.
Thos. Drake in the chair. They had
All kinds of new inventions from
Perkins and daughter, Phyllis Jane,
a nice attendance and a good business
small gadgets to massive machinery
of Port Orford, were also there in
meeting. W. W. Tilghman read Ae will be seen at the Inventors’ show
Townsend bulletins, which were
at the Oregon State Fair, to be held in
1 1 *T
Salem September 4 to 10, announces
Arrangements were mad* for the J. T. Anderson, industrial co-ordina-
Townsend picnic. which to to b* held
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Irish moved at the Norway grove next Sunday,
Monday to Coquille where Mr. Irish Aug. 13. Chas. W. Wetterman, of
has been employed as janitor for the Portland, will be the speaker of the
day, followed by A. C. Marsters, of
The state oiling crew re-oiled the Roseburg. Cream and sugar will ba
highway in the Norway district last furnished by th* Townsend dub* of
southwestern Oregon. Coffee will
The annual Townsend picnic will be furnished by Mr. Tedsen, of Nor
be held in McCloskey’» Norway grove way. Everybody come and enjoy
Sunday, August 13. The committee him or herself.
requests everyone to bring a basket
I wish to correct the statement as
dinner. There will be free coffee, to the dance of last Tuesday by stat
cream and sugar. The speakers of ing that I was wrong. We had a good
the day wiU ba A. C. Marsters, re dance and a good crowd. There will
tired banker of Roseburg, and Chas. be a dance Tuesday, August 15. Good
W. Wetterman, state representative music.—Earl West, Pub. Chinn.
for Dr. Townsend.
Mrs. Guy Wright received a tele
gram from her daughter, Sally, who
has been visiting in Los Angele* this
summer with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Whitaker, stating that Mr. Whitaker
died suddenly from a heart attack.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker had planned
to bring Sally home the latter part
of August and visit the fair at San
Francisco enroute here.
. Mr. and Mrs Harold Leep, of Rose
burg, cam* Saturday to visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett and
Mrs. Julia Leep, returning home Sun
" Mrs. N. Elsner and Mis* Anita Ted-
aen returned Friday evening after a
three weeks’ visit at Ban Francisco,
visiting relatives and attending the
Mn. Edith Broner, of San Fran
cine a graduate nurse who work*
in th* supply room of the Stanford
University hospital, also known a*
the Lane hospital, can»* Tuesday eve
ning to visit relatives and friend*
and to at present staying
Farm Loan Office
To Move To Roseburg
neyed to Floras creek Thursday eve
ning where they enjoyed a wiener
roost and a swim. Those attending
were: Max Mullen, Bill Ray, Babe
Jackson, Dick Ray, John Heffley,
Mike Ray, Lucille Danielson, Vivian
Morris, Hazel Heffley, Donald Snead,
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Sayre, Mr. and Mr*.
Jasper Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Har
Miss Helen Haga is working rfor
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Fellow*. /
Miss Lucille Danielson is working
for Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Van Leuven. •
vs. A. W. West.
Aug. 7—Bessie Powell vs. Law
rance A. Powell. Suit for divorce.
Aug. 7—June L. Larsson vs. Geo.
A. Larsson. Suit for divorce.
Aug. 7—Walter Trip vs. State In
dustrial Accident Commission.
Aug. 8—W. W. Mclnturf vs. Maude
Aug. 9—N. W. Mutual Fire Asso
ciation vs. Basil L. Baird.
Aug. 5— Wallace Gustaf Anderson,
of Marshfield, and Anna Laura Al
lard, of North Bend.
Aug. 3—Creary & William* vs.
Aug. 8—Cloral H. Willman and
Guss H. and Bernice Tillmann.
Fern Grace Steele, both of Marsh
Aug. 4—Oregon Feed & Seed Co. field.
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