The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, August 31, 1939, Page 7, Image 7

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    News Items From Adjacent Communities
Fifteen Counties Plan
State Fair Exhibit
Riverton News
Fifteen Oregon counties will have
exhibits in the agricultural pavilion
at the Oregon state fair, opening La­
bor day in Salem. The counties are:
Coos, Clackamas, Columbia, Benton,
Marion, Douglas, Grant, Curry, Hood
River, Tillamook, Linn, Polk, Yam­
hill, Clatsop and Jackson.
Chadwick Lodge No. 68
A. F. & A. M.
Stated Communication
Tuesday, Sept 12, 7:30 P. M.
by Coquille Junior Woman's Club
Friday, Saturday, Sept. 8-9
In Shelley Building
Corner Firat and Hall Sts.
Fairview News Items
Rosalie and Vivian Campbell, of
Coquille, who have been visiting with
their aunt, Mrs. Clarence Deadmond,
returned home last week-end.
Viola Johnson/entered the Coquille
Hospital last Saturday for medical
Gljrnda and Melva Richardson re­
turned home Sunday after spending
the past two weeks in Roseburg
vifltlng friends and reatives.
Floyd and Eugene DeHart and
Monday night from Grants Pass,
where they were employed in the
Smart, new black
worsted suits with stripes
Double breasted styling,
I Reak Notch Lapels
Simmons has improved the famous Beautyrest mattress—it is
now Deeper and more comfortable than ever. This New
Beautyrest leta you relax and root— it induces sound, healthful
sleep. It is economical too. The new 10 year guarantee means
that its actual cost is only lc a night. During this sale we
offer the Beautyrest on special terms—$9.50 cash and $5.00 a
month. Easy to get! Quickly paid for! See the New Beautyrest
today. Try its luxurious comfort If you like it—take ad­
vantage of these special terms.
Ao Little CM $5M a Month