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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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and Mr». Don Pierce, underwent a
tonsilectomy an Saturday.
Mr». L. W. Oddy was dismissed
from the hospital on Monday after
being there two day» for treatment.
Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mr».
Sidney Gumm, of Bridge, was oper
ated on for appendicitis on Tuesday.
Mrs. O. B. Harriman, of this city,
underwent a major operation yester
Wm. White, who suffered a heart
attack on a houseboat beibw town,
was brought to the hospital yester
day for treatment.
Mrs. Oscar Larson, of Coquille, un
derwent a major operation this morn
ing.; Ruth Petty, of Bandon, a ton
silectomy, and Roger Haga, of Eu
gene, was admitted for treatments.
games. They Social Security For Postmasters
38 a lot for To Become Effective in January
Retirement benefit for 44,500 post-
iylvester Bice masters became law Saturday, when
oneer Club in President Roosevelt signed the Neely
retail class B | till, which was recently passed by
council. The application is to the
state liquor commission.
The city engineer was instructed
to prepare plans and specifications for
a grading and gravelling street im
provement on Tenth, east of Heath to
Cgrter. His estimate of the coat is
$300 for 820 feet.
A restaurant license was granted
Wm. G. Walker and Alan Bailey for
the Tip Top.
The application of S. M. Nosier
for a vacation of a portion of the
streets in the addition south of Knowl
ton avenue, was referred to the city
An interesting character was in Co
attorney and city engineer. The date
quille last Friday afternoon, an Irish
of the hearing was set for Sept. 18.
man, who sailed from Dublin on June
W. E. Marrion presented a request
1 this year, landed in Quebec, On
to the council that the gas franchise
tario, on June 14 and had spent the
in Coquille, which still has eleven
past seven weeks travelling on his
years to run, be extended another ten
bicycle, partly in Canada and partly
years as there are parties interested
in the United States, all of his travel
in the purchase of the Coquille Gas
ling being near the United States-
& Power Co. The council agreed to Canadlan "border.
He was headed
extend the franchise to make it tor
south and expected to visit the fair
20 years from the date of sale by | I at San Francisco and by the southern
the present company, if and when the
route reach New York in time to visit
sale is completed.
the fair there and sail for home Octo
.City Attorney Greenough informed ber 14. His name is Harry Walsh; he
the council that Bush street, in the
was sunburned the color of tanned
northeast part of town and which is
leather and looked to be about 65
really an extension of Twelfth street
years of age.
could be renamed East Twelfth, but
He is connected with an English in
that Spring street, in the same dis
surance company which, he stated,
trict, is between 11th and 12th, and
paid out 800,000 pounds sterling as
an extension of neither.
a result of the San Francisco fire in
An extension of 60 days was given 1006.
That sounds large for one
Frank Kronsteiner and Lonnie Sin company to have paid for losses, but
clair of the time set for them to in he assured the Sentinel man it was
stall septic tanks for sewage disposal. correct.
Their properties are near the Fourth
He averages to travel on his pedal
and Taylor street intersection.
variety of bicycle about 50 miles a
day, sometimes les», Sometimes more,
and he was most outspoken in praise
Belle Knife Hospital Notes
Deward Moss, who is employed on of Americans, their courteous treat
the Russ ranch, underwent an oper ment of strangers and to him the un
usual attribute of not being boastful.
ation for hernia last Thursday.
He was enjoying a large dish of
Larry Sturgeon, five-year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sturgeon, of Co-( ice cream at Dockery’s when this
quille, underwent a minor operation • writer talked with him and told him
, details of the Bandon fire.
Arthur, the 3 % -year old son of Mr.
here again next year.
1939 Motor Cruise: Olympic Loop
Wood or Coal Range
This Week’s Sbedule
Thursday, Aug. 10—Plywood vs.
Friday, Aug. 11—Eagles vs. Cow
Monday, Aug. 14 — Pastime vs.
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THRIFTY IN CURRENT!
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