The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, August 31, 1939, Page 10, Image 10

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Cascade Fountain Pen
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fitzgerald, in
company with Mr. and Mrs. Don
Oillespie, returned Friday from a ten-
day trip spent at the San Francisco
Cascade Mechanical Pencil
The Pen—unbreakable pearl pyralin, visible ink supply,
iridium-tipped 14 kt. gold-plated point.
The Pencil—Matches the pen, 6 extra leads.
Coupon below and 88 cents secures both Pen and Pencil.
walt. E:
Coupon and 59 cents secures Pen;
coupon and 29
cents the Pencil
Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Inc
but I m finds It*» only Spring!
4ee/leva at last... at 171
Howlsl Heart-throbs I Tkrtilel
Miss Bernice Grensky, who has
been employed by Mrs. Frank Cox,
Jr, for the past year, left Saturday
for Los Angeles, where she plans to
work and enter, night school.
Special Attraction Saturday
Mrs. Martha E. Mulkey, county
school superintendent, who under­
went a major operation at the Co­
quille Hospital three weeks ago, ex­
pects to be able to return to duty
some time next week.
She is at
home now and improving steadily.
William MacKnight
daughter ' returned this week
Denver, Colorado, where they
been visiting with friends and
tives for the past two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and
I baby left today for Astoria on a
week's vacation. They will attend
the Astoria regatta and Fred is hoping
to win the Plymouth sedan, given for
catching the largest salmon in the
Columbia during the festivities.
Special Attraction
"Conquering The Colorado"
Mr. and Mr*. Harold M. Austin, of
Woodburn, were overnight guests
Sunday at the home of her uncle, J.
S. Barton. They were on their way
back from the fair and left Monday
morning for Woodburn.