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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1939)
TWENTY YEARS AGO
day evening with a birthday party at
his home. Those present were: Miss
es Alice Belshaw, Betty Davis and
Phyllis Belloni and Bob Lundy, Er-
in Hood River.
The Stinsen family had a reunion
at Brushes Creek, Curry county Sun
day. About twelve were present.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bargelt and
family, of Sumner, Wash., are visiting
Mrs. Bargelt’s mother, Mrs. Emma
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker, of
Parker, Arizona, who have been vis
iting Mrs. Ella Bryant, left for their
Mr. and Mrs. Austin G. Dodge and
E. A. Dodge, justice of the peace, left
Monday for San Francisco to visit the
fair on Treasure Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosslow and
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Hansen returned
Sunday from an extended tour of
California, Nevada, Idaho, Washing
ton and Oregon. They enjoyed the
fair at San Francisco, while in the
Mr. and Mrs. L. P, Linn and family
returned last week from Minnesota,
where Mr. Linn has been attending
summer school at the University of
Minnesota. Mr. Linn is principal of
the local union high school. Enroute
home they visited Mr. Linn’s brother
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mitchelmore
returned Monday from a three
weeks’ trip to San Francisco, where
they visited the fair and also attend
ed summer school where Mrs. Mitch
elmore took a course in leading
choirs. Mr. Mitchelmore is pastor of
the local Presbyterian church.
Paul and Patty Porter are visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Porter, from their home in Albany.
Earl Leslie is looking after busi
ness in the Fanners and Merchants
Bank while Cashier Mast is taking his
Isabella Newhouse was on Monday
named as executrix of the will of E.
E. Newhouse, who died Aug. 11,
leaving an estate estimated to be
Tennessee Grant was on Tuesday
confirmed as executor of the will of
Elizabeth Siddons, who died at Crab
tree, Ore., August 14, leaving a Coos
county estate of $800.
A petition for probating the will
of John Wesley Appleton, who died
at Myrtle Point, July 7, was filed Ijy
Jas. Watson yesterday. The estate is
estimated to be worth $1500.
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