The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, September 07, 1939, Page 10, Image 10

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    Minor Mention
Our Stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS
E'S BACK —
your old pal
“The Arkansas Traveler"
IN HIS BEST PICTURE.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
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is still complete and we are able to furnish any laat-minute
needs for pupils and students—paper, pens, pencils, rulers,
erasers, drawing instruments, and all the books used in the
Oregon system of schools.
Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Inc
DRUGGISTS
Kindergarten will begin on Sept.
18, to be held on all regular school
days, hours 8 to 11:30 a. m.,* fees $3
per month. Dena Ellingson Pierce,
440 East Third, Coquille.
Its
Chadwick Lodge No. 68
STATIONERS
Mr. and Mrs. Verner Ames, who
brought Dr. Richmond and Everett
Seeey down from Portland Sunday,
returned Monday to their home in
Salem.
—• .
Jim Richmond left Sunday for Loe
A. L. Hoot on, electrical contractor Angeles, where he is to enter U. S. C.
and dealer, 274 Second St, Coquille. this fall. ‘
Complete stock of wiring luppliea.
Roger Teeney and his sister, Miss
Beulah, and Mrs. Jack Reddy left yes­
terday by automobile for Creighton,
Nebraska.
LEADING CITIZEN
f.FNi iflfhHaRI ■ (Haklts BICKFORD • (1
HELD OVER
MOVED TO THE UBER'
■EREs
BUZZ
Holmstrom
FOR THE PEOPLE OF
“CONQUERING THE
- COLORADO”
POPEYE CARTOO
MATINEE
SATURDAY
1:30
COQUILLE AND VICINITY
SONJA HENIE
in th© SK ■
POWER
ATTENTION !
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DUCK
Cartoon
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