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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1939)
. Good Girls Go To Paris," Sparkling New
Aug. 1»—Leonard Reiher, of North
Bend, and Grace Bullivant, of Cor
Aug. It—Delbert Lee Sumner, of
Sitkum, and Mabie Arlene Herman,
of Broadbent They were married on
Saturday at his office by E. A. Dodge,
justice of the peace at Myrtle Point.
Aug. 10—Ira L. Royer and Ella Mae
Miller, both of Myrtle Point. They
were married by Rev. T. M. White
at his home in Myrtle Point last Sat
At Bandon Cabin
The Richmond cabin at Bandon was
the scene of an enjoyable meeting of
the Coquille Business and Profession
al Women’s Club on Monday evening,
August 21. While waiting for the
entire group to assemble some of the
members played ball on the beach.
At seven a picnic supper was served
in the cabin during which tipie Mrs.
Leona Bryant took some moving pic
At the business meeting, which fol
lowed, Miss Pearl Jackson was voted
into the dub. Two applications for
membership were presented and will
be voted upon next time. The first
project of the year for raising money
Aug. 17—Walter E. . Gilkison and
Crystal Grindle, both of Myrtle Point.
Aug. 17—Paul A. Norton and Hallie
E. Konrad, both of McKinley. They
were married by Justice C. A. Barton
at his office here last Thursday.
Aug. 18—Jno. R. Ryan and Klyta
M. Lyons, both of Coquille.
is to be a rummage sale in the near
future. A tentative date at Septem
ber 10 was set for a trip up the Rogue
river, which will be sponsored by the
club. Reports on the district meeting
at Marshfield were given by mem
bers who attended the conference.
The matter of a place to hold this
year’s meetings came up and the club
decided to make arrangements to use
the Guild hall at the Episcopal
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Rich
mond’s hospitality were: Mesdames
Geneva Norton, Naomi Crews, Gladys
Gano, Clara Stauff, Leona Bryant,
Margarita Brodie, Ruth Beyers, Bon
nie Walker, Mildred English, Harriet
Osika, Clara Bosserman, Jennie Price,
Salma CaugheU, EsteU Littler, Edith
Walton, Viola Newton, Annie Robin
Smith and Misses Myrte Minter, Ida
Oerding, Ellen Braxton, Marguerite
Simpson and Lois Fenn.
Harriet Young, of Bandon, under
went an emergency operation for ap
Aug. 17—Cha«. A. Baer vs. Warren pendicitis last Thursday.
Mrs. Oscar Larson was dismissed
Aug. 10—Coos County vs. G. M.
from the hospital yesterday and
Aug. 22—Inez Highley vs. Clarenoe Deward Moes was allowed to leave
G. Highley. Suit for divorce.
Aug. 23—Jim Stalcup vs. State
Industrial Accident Commission.
Aug. 23—Busterud Lumber Co. V».
New Circuit Cases
WANTED! For robbing
Belle Knife Hospital Notes
Mrs. R. B. Knife, head nurse and
proprietor of the hospital, underwent
an operation on her toe last Saturday.
It was painful but she is on duty
again, although slightly crippled.
“Good Girls Go To Paris”
ROXY — SUN. - MON. - TUE.
George E. Oerding Agency
Last week in the City Cleaners’
Dollar Day advertisement carried in
The Sentinel, “ladies’ fine dresses
cleaned for $1.00” was advertised.
This was an error. It should have
read, “Ladies PLAIN dresses cleaned
GEORGE E. OERDING NED C. KELLEY LENA ALLEY
It pay* I» U
Specials for Friday and Saturday, August 26 A 26
Prices Are For
Friday and Saturday, Aug. 25 - 26
Coquille, Oregon—Phone 81
TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE-46 oz. can 15c
Kitchen Queen Flour, 4 bags....$4,96—49 lbs.... $1,29
FRESH A CRISP
Full Qt Ju
No. 2y2 CAN ........
AIRWAY Fresh Ground
. . 35c
EGG NOODLES lt-
16 oz pkg._------ IX
SAW COFFEE 1ft.
2 lb. tin................. To
Alber's F lap Jack 6
No. 10 bag-------- IX
STACRISP GRAHAMS—2 lb. box..................... 20c
Par Wash Powder—with premium—giant pkg. 58c
WAX PAPER—lge. 100 ft roll
OLIVES—Jumbo—2 Uli Can»
PILLSBURY’S BEST FLOUR-49 lba.
BREAD—i®“* Lro Whigbt-Large Loaf
SCOT TISSUE-« *®n»-------------
SOAP—P*»« Granulated— Lg. Pkg. _----
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Garden Fresh Produce
CANTALOUPES 6 for ™
lirui RAT A TAFf
OVALTINE-^ t * Can ......................
PORK & BEANS—v- c—» ®«. can
3 J -----
LUX TOILET SOAP “
GLENNAIR No. 2 Can
. 2 CAN
WHEATIES The Breakfast of Champions PKG.
I CM AIIC
TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU
• —49 LB. SACK.......
10 LB. BAG...... ----------------- —
FRESH CARROTS—3 bunches —
CALAVOS—lg size—2 for.................
LOCAL LETTUCE—3 Ige. heads....
SUNKIST GRAPEFRUIT—8 for ...
HYPOWER SPAGHETTI—3 cans..
STACRISP CRACKERS 21b.te
HARVEST KING FLOUR «^^5k
Pint National Bank Bldg.
To help you solve your insurance problems
call on one of the following
Aug. 18—Rex G. Morgan, of North
Bend, and Edith L. Mass, of Charles
They were married at the
bride’s home last Saturday by Rev.
Claude E. Cayre.
Aug. 19—Jesse A. Ford and Martha
L. Rector, both of Marshfield
Aug. 19—Jess Wilmer Yocum, of
Redding, Calif., and Stella R. Hall,
of Myrtle Point.
PREF. STOCK SPINACH-3 tall cans........... 25c
OXYDOL—Giant Pkg____ _ _____
RINSO—Giant Pkg. ---------
NUBORA—Giant Pkg........... ..............................49c
Crushed Pineapple—Del Monte—No. 10 can
CLABBER GIRL BAKING POWDER, 5 lb can 59c
FELS NAPTHA SOAP-10 bars...... ........
KLAMATH FALLS. U. S. Ne. 1
10 LBS—___ 1_____
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Plus Deposit - . I WC
4 Lb. Can - - 79c
Quality Meats at Safeway
6 6 i^BSl.s
HALF or WHOLE.........
CUT FROM YOUNG BEEF
YOUNG PIG PORK
SWIFTS MILD SUGAR CURED