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THE COQUILLE VALUT SENTINEL. COQV1LLE. OREGON. THURSDAY, AVGUST IT. 1988.
house, and four children, Cornelius
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Stover returned Enne Newhouse, of Portland, Mrs.
_______ club, which
an Tuesday from San Francisco, when Joe Harry, Henry Newhouae and An
auxiliary <rf the McKinley Grange they had be<n «Uendln« th* worM’« drew Newhouae, all of Marshfield; a
brother, Peter Newhouse, of Montana,
met in Sitkum for the August meet- ' ,air-
. . .
ing. Not many could go from hen as • Warren Deyoe attended the Fox and a sister in Holland. Funeral ser
it was threshing time in the valley but .and Mlnk Breeders’ meeting and pic- vices were held at the Schroeder
guest ‘ of George Guerin, Chapel, with Dr. Sayre, of the Epis
Mesdames W. W. Rhule, J. B. Sulli- nic
van, R. H. Brown, Severus McCarthy of
1 Langlois, which was held at Floras copal Church of Marshfield, in
charge. Interment was in the Sunset;
and Miss Beatrice Getz attended.
1 Creek Sunday.
A son was born Saturday to Mr. cemetery Monday.
Mr. Newhouae i
Sunday the McKinley Welfare Club
had a picnic dinner in Cherry creek and Mrs. Jack Mast at the Mast Hos was a well respected citizen and
grove with a bountiful dinner and a pital. Dr. R. Harrison Mast is the leaves a host of friends to mourn his
good crowd. They made plans to proud grandfather.
Miss Emma Schneider and Mrs.
A large family reunion was held in I
meet at the hall and finish the flue,
clear the grounds and clean the hall. Lena Warner held their formal open the Mast grove at Lee Sunday when
E. P. Mast, (“Uncle Larkie”), at ing Saturday in their lovely new store the Mast-Shull families gathered to
tended the reunion of the Mast clan building on Spruce street. They were spend the day. There were between
ln the Shrine Grove at Lee Sunday. presented with many lovely baskets 200 and 250 in attendance, many com
He is the only one left of the first and vases of flowers by local mer ing from North Dakota to attend.
chants and well wishers. To all those Monday evening the crowd gathered
comers to this part of the country.
who called during the day coffee and at the Joe Mast grove in Myrtle
His grandson, Harry Mast, also was
wafers were served. The two ladies Point for a reunion and weiner roost.
among those present. ”
have been in the grocery business for Forty-seven attended thia gathering.
Mrs. Lee Mast received word that
about five years. Their trade has Those attending from here were: Mr.
her sister, Mrs. Lorin Johnson, of
increased so much that they were and Mrs. Joe Mast, Clytan Milton
Azalae, Calif., who is up on a visit
able to build a modern building which and Phillip Mast, Mr. and Mrs. Don
with relatives in Lee, was seriously
is a great improvement to the town. ald
Mrs. Mike Con-
ill in the Mast hospital and that her
Everyone wishes them the best ct^lay,
daughter had come to be with her. I
I and Mrs. Roy Shull, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Milford Mast and Mrs. Lee [ 'success in their new venture.
Mast went to Myrtle Point to see Mrs.' I Mrs. Lora Carver has moved from Ellis Shull, Mrs. Nellie Ray, Mr. and
' Yachats to her home on Eighth street Mrs. Percy Barzee and Miss Jerry
Johnson Friday and found her still
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilkison, McCullouch. Weiners, buna, marsh
who have been occupying Mrs. Car mallows and lemonade were served.
Grade Summerlin, of North Bend,
ver’s house have moved to the Bond
A pre-school clinic was held Tues
and Mike Boone, of Sumner, were
at the Junior high school for all
recent callers at the W. W. Lawhorn
Ellis Dement and Tom Guerin each children entering school this fall. The
home and Mrs. Jackie Davis and Jack
shipped a carload of choice cattle to county health doctor and nurse and
Powrie were Sunday visitors.
the Portland market Saturday. Lorin Floyd Summers, local principal, were
Johnny Sullivan has been having
Guerin went on the train with the in attendance.
a run of bad luck lately: first he cut
cattle and Tom Guerin drove out, ac
Mrs. Rose Thayer, from Canada,
his hand rather badly, then got stung
companied by Mrs. Lorin Guerin and and her daughter, Mrs. Carl Brokie,
by hornets and had both eyes swelled
daughter, Patricia, who will go on of Marshfield, called on Mr. and Mrs.
shut for three days, then fell off a
to Ridgewater, Wash., for a visit of Earl Adams Sunday.
horse and cut his head in the gravel.
several weeks and Miss Ethel Roop,
Douglas McLean, who has been vis
Walter Lawhorn and Vem Hansen
who will leave them in Portland for iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
returned from a three-day cruising
trip near the Coos-Douglas county a visit at her home in Wallowa. Miss McLean, from Los Angeles, drove to
Roop will begin her teaching duties Portland Wednesday, accompanied
in Coquille when school opens next by his mother, and will return Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carrillo enter
tained Lewis Laird and family and month.
Delbert Steele returned Sunday
Mrs. Chas. Shepherd and Miss Fay
Gill Sunday at dinner and a swim day from a week’s visit with friends from a two weeks' trip which took
him to Vancouver, Wash., then south
in Albany and Salem.
J. H. Freeman and wife . have ~ Miss Jerry McCulloch and Mrs. as far as Mexico. On his way home
moved into their new home on Cher Agnes Kenyon called on Mrs. Ken he visited the fair on Treasure Island
ry creek road.
yon’s sister and brother-in-law, Mr. several days. .
James McCullouch and daughter,
and Mrs. Wm. Jacobson in North
Mrs. Mitchell Myers, and Mrs. Mollie
Bend Friday night.
Hickox drove to Marshfield Tues
Enne Cornelius Newhouse passed
day and she returned there after a
away at his home at Broadbent Aug.
week’s visit with her brother, James
Mrs. T. D. Guerin, Mrs. Alice Laf
11, 1939, at the age erf 62 yean, six
McCulloch, and family.
ferty and daughter, Janice, were din
months and 18 days. He was bom in
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wilson, who
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tich- [
Holland January 23, 1877, and has
have been operating the “Lone Pup”
enor in Coquille Sunday.
been a resident of the United States
for several months sold their inter
Cecil Bridges was a week-end guest
” | for 32 yean. Mr. Newhouse came to
est to John Wilder and have bought
at the Cora Steel home from Sheri
~ | | Oregon in 1920, making his home at
the “Peter Pan” confectionery from
I I Diuauuciiv
Mrs Claud Mullen, at Bandon, vis- ha, been manager of the Broadbent Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Pearson. Wil
sons took possession Friday.
- jted Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Creamery. He leaves to mourn his
Wm. Weekley, who b in quite poor death; hb wWow, Mrl. UabeUe New-
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Myrtle Point News
1939 Motor Cruise: To Lake Louise
Ins with the Oregon State Motor
association and The Oregonian
in presenting a series of motor
logs designed to stimulate travel
in Oregon and the Pacific
northwest. This article was con
densed from a full page article
anpearlng In The Oregonian
some mileage is not yet dustless, the
main highways in Alberta may be
traveled with reasonable comfort
Banff and Lake Louise have long
borne a reputation as catering
chiefly to the financial and social
elite. The average resident of Ore
gon would probably voice the opin-
___ ,, The
___ion that at least a modest fortune
on the heeli of _
Oregonian Oregon Stats Motor as- would be required for even a short
sociatlon tour party reached the visit at this Justly famous resort
Whether entirely true in the past
Canadian Rockies—a realm of chai-
lenglng beauty and one of attrac- or not. the facts are that Banff and
Louise now offer to the Ameri-
tlve mystery for most Americans.
Two barriers have up to this time can tourist accommodations suited
fairly effectively blocked any wide- to every taste and pocketbook.
“ •“? Motor cabins, tourist inns and lux-
spread travel from the Pacific
northwest into the Banff-Lake Lou ■ ury hotels are available at prices
comparable to those one would ex
pect to pay for similar appointments
1. Poor roads.
2. It had been oversold as a rich i in thia country.
. ——, | Crossing th» boundary presents
Happily, this group of travel coun- no considerable inconvenience; the
selore from Oregon found that nei-1 distance — with modern highways
ther obstacle longer hae any ess.n- and motor care-no great «tatarrant
If the cost of a trip to Banff and
Lake Louise has been overempha-
In the last five years Alberta.____
grown tourist conscious, has sought | , sized in the past the scenery has
' not. It is one of the few places where
to hasten its road program.
Although several gaps remain to every expectation excited by prelim-
can oeneve wnat you nave neuro
about the Canadian Rockies.
A strange sense of serenity la ex
perienced by those who view those
It is as if the mightiness of nature
had dwarfed and minimised tran
sient troubles. The strength and en
durance of the glacier hung crags,
the peaceful valleys, the dashing
ice-fed streams, the crystalline
lakes and the ‘primeval forest seem
to offer complete security—to shut
out strife and provide composure.
It is difficult for one to explain
this reaction but no one who has
been there will doubt its reality.
Last week this motor expedition
of scenic rediscovery was traced
through Montana to Great Falla. At
adopted by the Blackfoot Indiana.
Glacier park, not then open, was
touched briefly but Waterton Lakes,
a scenic gem, was already alive with
The party proceeded to Banff by
way of Calgary and swung back
home via Radium riot Springs.
Cran brook, Spokane and Grand
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
FROPERT BT EXECUTORS
Notice i» hereby given that the un
dersigned, executors of the last will
and of the estate of John Yoakam, de
ceased, under and by virtue of an au
thorization and order of the County
Court far Coos County, Oregon, duly
made and entered in said matter on
ths 21st day of July, 1939, will, on
iter the 28th day of
1- the office of O. C. Sanford
First National Bank Building
in Coquil lile, Oregon, offer for sale
m H sssl
— at private
____ sale, __
confirmation by said Court, all the
estate, right, title and interest which
deceased had at the time of his death
in. and to the following described
a) nGefa. %,
and the SEV« of the
NE¥4, and the South two rods of
the SWy4 of the NE¥4 of Section 21;
and the N ft of Section 28, all in
Township 27 South, Range 13 West
of the Willamette Meridian in Coos
County, Oregon; together with that
certain right of way or easement re
served in deed from John Yoakam, a
widower, to Angie Yoakam, recorded
November 30, 1938, in Volume 132 of
Deeds, page 578, records of Coos
Saving and excepting therefrom the
following: That certain railroad right
of way conveyed to Coos Bay Rose
burg A Eastern Railroad A Naviga
tion Company, os described in deed
recorded August 17, 1891, in Volume
22 of Deeds, page 7, and in deed re
corded December 17, 1892, in Volume
24 of Deeds, page 171, records of
Coos County, Oregon; that certain
right of way or easement described in
deed to Oregon Power Company, a
corporation, recorded July I, 1816,
In Volume 73 of Deeds, page 453,
and in deed to Mountain States Pow
er Company, a rotpbration, recorded
September 7, 1929, in Volume 108 of
County Roads.------------------------------------ 'County
' County Road over and across said
Also saving «nd excepting th»e- premises; also, tract conveyed to P.
from the following described tracts R. Tully, et ux, by deed recorded
y^A ........ a
Volume ln *
situated in «...
the NWV4 of the June
SEV« and the South two rods of the Deeds, page 285, records of Coos
SWy« of the NEV« of said Section 21: County, Oregon, described as follows:
Those certain tracts containing 2.18 Beginning at the quarter quarter sec
acres, more or less, and 1.31 acres, tion comer at the Northeast comer
more or less, described in deed from of the SWft of the NW% of Section
John Yoakam, et ux, to J. W. Ruble, 29, in said Township and Range, and
et ux, recorded October 2», 1624, in running thence West 208 feet, more
Volume 95 of Deeds, page 42, rec or less; thence South 550 feet, more
ords of Coos County, Oregon; also, or less, to a point on the West bound
that certain tract containing 1.43 ary of the County Road, thence
acres, more or less, described in deed Northeasterly along the West bound
from John Yoakam, et ux, to E. P. ary of said road 291 feet, more or less,
Mast, recorded November 28, 1930, to where the same is intersected by
in Volume 112 of Deeds, page 403, the quarter quarter section line run
records of Coos County, Oregon; and, ning North and South through the
also, that certain tract described as center of the NW ft of said Section
follows: Commencing at a point in 29; thence North 330.0 feet, more or
the fence of the Coos Bay Roseburg less, to the place of beginning.
& Eastern Railway & Navigation Co.
The terms of sale will be: either
at 1305 feet West of the Northeast for cash in hand at time of sale, or
corner of the SV4 of the SEVi of Sec for part cash and the balance upon
tion 21, Township 27 South, Range first mortgage security upon the
13 West of the Willamette Meridian, property sold, or for the assumption
in Coos County, Oregon, running by the purchasers of the mortgage or
West 1335 feet to the Northwest cor mortgages already existing against
ner of said SMi of the SEV4 of Section certain of said properties and any
21, thence North 579.5 feet and to the balance to be paid In cash.
intersection of the fence of the said
Dated and published first time July
Coos Bay Roseburg & Eastern Rail 27. 1939.
way & Navigation Co., thence along
L. H. Hazard,
said fence in a Southeasterly direc
E. D. Webb,
tion to the place of commencement,
- r O. C. Sanford,
and containing 9 acres, more or less.
Executors of the Last Will and of
(2) Lot 4 and the SWft of the the Estate of John Yoakam, de-
NWy< of Section 29, and the SEy4 of ceased.
the NE of Section 30, all in Township
87 South, Range 13 West of the Wil
A. L. Hooton, electrical contractor
lamette Meridian, in Coos County,
and dealer. 274 Second St., Coquille.
Saving and excepting therefrom Complete stock of wiring tupplies.
the following: The right of way for
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Mrs. Lena V. Alley
has been engaged as insurance solicitor for
GEO. E. OERDING'S
Insurance and Real Estate Office
and any courtesies extended to her will be appreciated.
First National Bank Bldg.