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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1939)
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the use of the community building at
any time the building is not rented to
some other group. The city, alao,
Announcement of the opening of made several needed repairs on the
The Parisian Beauty Salon above the play equipment in the park which
Criterion Cafe in the Gilkey building
was also supervised by the recreation
on Front street was made this week. supervisor.
The shop will be managed by Mrs. Next Summer Program
Helen Young who came here this
The experience and equipment ac-
spring from Kansas. She will be as 1 cumulated this year should make it
sisted by Francis Ragers, who is possible to carry on an even more
also an accredited and experienced | successful program next year, since
operator. All new equipment has I it will be possible to organize and
been installed so that only the best plan out the program before school
work can be rendered by the new closes next spring.
firm. Beautiful chrome chairs, dress
It is the hope of the Youth Council
ers and Frederick's parmanent wave that it will be possible to have WPA
equipment are included in the fix- supervision next year with men
tures installed by Mrs. Young.
enough to operate a more elaborate
program than one man Is physically
able to handle.
NEW BEAUTY SHOP
Hear Good Program
Sixty-two rural teachers met for
the pre-school meeting Saturday
morning. Theme of the meeting was
the need for developing a deeper ap
preciation of our American dem
Teachers were impressed
with the fact that the struggle be
tween democracy and autocracy is
here and now.
The necessity of
teaching respect for the property of
others, especially of public property,
also was emphasized throughout the
Mrs. Lillian Hines, in her opening
welcome, discussed impressions made
upon children by their teachers and
urged that all seek the gift of being
able to “see ourselves as ithers see
us,” quoting from the poet Burns.
A panel discussion brought out
many practical helps on developing
appreciation of democracy and the
rights of others, Mrs. Rosabel Brown,
leader, discussed arithmetic as met in
real-life situations. Beil Cox show
ed how to use curemt history to ad
Mrs. Joyce Owen cited
numerous ways in which desirable
traits are developed through club
work, supervised playground activi
ties, and social studies. Miss Bessie
Payne demonstrated a card-index
system which she had worked out
for fiing reference material. Mrs.
Ethel Siestreem gave suggestions on
how to make a better use of the re
After recess and balloting, I. B.
Sevy explained the use of the new
register which has been adopted
throughout the state.
Mrs. Ethel Littler, county nurse,
outlined for the teachers the service
which the health unit Is prepared to
render the people of the county.
Miss Julia Bennett, county home
demonstration agent, announced that
the Family Relations Conference,
asked for a year ago, would be held
during this year, beginning October
20 and running through twelve meet
ings in various parts of the county till
April. Mrs. Beulah Maris, specialist
from the state college, will conduct
Mrs. A. L. Campbell, state organizer
for the Audubon society, was intro
duced by Mrs. John Reiher and she
explained the organization of Junior
clubs in the schools.
will have material at her home ad
dress, North Bend, route 1.
During the business session a report
on hospitalization was read, but no
action taken as yet. Following a re
port on the 12-month division of sal
aries, the teachers went on record aa
favoring the plan. The nominating
committee reported the election of of
ficers for the ensuing term to be as
follows: president, Miss Bessie Payne;
secretary-treasurer, Miss Leole Mor
ten; first vice-president, Curtis Beck
ham; second vice-president, Mrs.
Mary Ellen Borgard.
In the absence of Mrs. Mulkey, her
message to the teachers was read, giv
ing brief suggestions for working out
the aims of the year. A bouquet of
flowers had been sent earlier in the
moring as an expression of disap
pointment of the teachers over Mrs.
After lunch, the beginning teachers
met with Mrs. Mulkey at her home,
taking up points which particularly
confront beginning teachers.
The committee in charge of the Sat
urday program was as follows: Mrs.
Lillian Hines, president Rural Teach
ers 1938-39; Mrs. Cora Mackey, Miss
Ida Oerding, C. E..Ellison and Mrs
Kindergarten will begin on Sept.
18, to be held on all regular school
days, hours 9 to 11:30 a. m.; fees »3
per month. Dena Ellingson Pierce,
440 East Third, Coquille. *
Report On Youth
Council For The
Recreation Area Cl seed
The summer Youth Council recre
ational season having come to a close
on August 38, those who gave their
money in its support will be inter
ested in the outcome of the program.
From the standpoint of enjoyable
hours spent in a desirable moral at
mosphere, the work of the Youth
Council was highly successful. From
90 to 100 children and young people
daily took advantage of the equip-
ment in the community building
grove. The greatest number attend
ing were of the adolescent age.
Games which were provided were
three tables for table tennis, one bad
minton court, one volleyball court,
two horseshoe courts, one croquet
court, and one baseball diamond
where baseball and touch football
Frim time to time, special tourna
ments were held in the most popular
sports with a candy bar trophy to the
which were to assist in the supervi
sion (3 hrs. per week each) with two
exceptions, completely failed to func
tion. Except for a total of seven
hours of supervision on the play
grounds and 4 hrs. on game night, the
entire program was caried on by the
Publicity for t£p activities of the
Youth Council and its program con
sisted of 130 inches of newspaper
space, most of it given by the Co-
quillle Valley Sentinel; four radio
news reports, 50 cards to organiza
tions and 200 handbills.
It is hoped that soon a meeting of
the Youth Council will be able to
outline a definite program for winter
Expense of Program
The playground was in actual op
eration seven weeks at an expense of
about »90 for equipment (most of
which is still on hand) and »140 for
The finance committee
under the direction of Don (Tony)
Estes, raised about »150 from sub
scriptions for an estimated budget
of »200 for the summer. However,
the outstanding debts of the organi
zation are only »40 with cash on hand
of »8.00. Tlie additional amount nec
essary (»32)) to pay actual expendi
tures (»190) is expected to be raised
by a dance to be given in the imme
diate future. Stewart Norton and
some asssociates have volunteered
free music and the I.O.OJ. is al
lowing the use of their hall for the
The city officials laid 210 feet of
waterpipe for the purpose of furnish
ing water for sprinking the courts
and for the accommodation of tourists
who ate their lunch In the park. The
city also allows the Youth Council
Premium Beer at Regular Price!
Decided improvement in the fi
nancial condition of the Oregon Coast
Highway Association la reflected in
the latest report of the budget and
finance committee. At the regular
meeting last Wednesday, Treasurer
Clarence H. Coe reported funds on
Aug. 31—Joyce Bean Holmgren vs.
Nathaniel E. Holmgren.
Aug. 31—Lea Mae Smith vs. Lewis
Roberts Smith. Suit for divorce.
Sept. 1—Kathleen M. Roberts vs.
Jack Roberts. Suit for divorce.
Sept 3—Verlin Moore vs. State
Ind. Acc. Com. .
Calling carda, SO for »1.00.
Bosworth Motor Co., Coquille
IS YOUB CAB IN CONDITION AFTER LABOR DAY TBIP?
are that it ian’t
*a the reason we remind you to drive late our Service Depart-
Let us Check your Brakes, too.
We will put your car In A-l
WILL GIVE YOU EXTRA
/ MONEY A Schoo! Needs
The money you »ave et Safewey will 90 far toward» peyinj
for extra clothe» and other school day need» for the little
folk» .... At Safeway all price» are consistently low
every day I
3 LB. Sanitary Pail For
49 LB. SACK
GRADE A LARGE
GUARANTEED IN CARTON8
EDWASDS 2 “„45C
For perfect results
DOG FOOD-* °*“—
MILD SUGAR CURE
6 LBS. ..
Maple—5 Lb. Can.
PORK & BEANS—v“
WHITE KING GRANULATED SOAP—Med.
TOILET SOAP~WHITE KINK—<Bar ....
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP-»-» »•>—10 B*" 29c
RINSO—Ur«® Package—2 For-------------------------
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New Circuit Cases
Coast Hi way Assn
Is Out Of Debt
deposit of »1,004.11 and accounts re under the direction of Executive Sec
ceivable in excess of two thousand retary Arch B. Sanders.
Sanders reported that numerous
Current liabilities were reported at applications have been received for
»1,980.40, leaving net assets of more inclusion in the new 1940 folder and
Coe reminded the predicted all available space will be
committee that last January first the filled by October. Bids for printing
books showed a net deficit of »1,- the new map and folder will be open
ed at the committee's meeting, late
Chairman Henry Kern expressed
Members of the committee are:
gratification at the fine showing made
Henry Kern, chairman; Clarence H.
and paid tribute to the increased in
Coe, treasurer; W. A. Lovelace, J.
interest in the affairs of the association
Albert Matson and J. E. Norton.
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CORN— No. 303 Can—3 Cans......
TOMATOES-No. 2H Can.
KRAUT— Woraond A 2M Can.
GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE
CELERY „ Utah—2 BU
PEPPERS 3 LBS
DANISH SQUASH 3 FOR
CARROTS Bulk, Fancy Washed—5 LBS. 15c
SPUDS Klamath Falla-Na l'a—10 LBS. 19C