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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1939)
Dey Family Reunion
At Lorane September 2
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dey, Stephen
Bible” This is the sixth of a series
West Front street, Coquille. Thorn Dey, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robinson First Church of Christ, Scientist of sermons on “Greatest Words in the
ton Tire Service.
and Darlyne, Harold Pribble, Sr.,
Gladys Pribble and Irene Drake, all
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Inter
Bring your out-of-town guests in of Coquille, were among the sixty-
TIN CANS—No. 2 Plain »3.50 per
Sunday Service at 11 a. m.
esting classes for all age groups.
to see our flowers and myrtlewood two relatives and friends who helped
100 - No. 2 Enamel »3.85 per 100 -
Subject for next Sunday, “Sub
Church Service each Wednesday
novelties. Bergen’s, Phone 64.
s “Grandma” Mary Thomas Dey cele
No. 2H Plain »3.95; No.
evening at 7:30 p.m. You will appre
brate her 76th birthday anniversary
el »4.15 - Can Sealer »10.95. FARR
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
ciate these services.
WILL SELL OR TRADE
at her home in Lorane on Sunday, o’clock.
Free public Reading Room at 256
WILL TRADE—"Farmer»’ Bargains”
Church of Christ
SLIGHTLY Used McCormick Deer
Canned Cherries for empty jars -
Five of her six living children Drane Bldg., open every day except
ing 750 - lb.
JL L R. Pullets for White Leghorn - were present: Stephen, of Coquille; Sunday and holidays from 12:30 to
»59.50. ^st »110.00 new. See at
E. Fourth A Coulter Sts.
Bulls for Hay - Lumber for Cows. Leslie, of Marshfield; Harry, of Cor 5:00 p. m.
once. J. A. Lamb Company.
Block East of Henry St Bridge
See FARR A ELWOOD'S “Swap vallis; Louis, of Lorane; and Mrs.
The public is cordially invited to One
C. Adrian Sias, Minister
s Clarence Warner, of Dayton. Sixteen attend our services and visit the
tic Tanks—Everything to complete
of her grandchildren and seven of her Reading Room.
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
your Plumbing job. See us for
great-grandchildren made the day
Low Estimates. J. A. Lamb Co. s FOR RENT—Quiet 4-room Furnished very bright for Mrs. Dey.
The Holy Name Catholic Church
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
Schedule far year 1939
Yamhill, Dayton, Clackamas, Eu
Apartment; no children. 706 West
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Four
PROPERTY FOB BAU
Brownsville, Marshfield, Lorane and will speak at 11 a. m. on “The Moral- age groups.
SPECIAL—One oversized lot on
8:00 p. m. Evangelistic and Worship
Highway, also one small farm tract > FOR RENT—Small house, partly fur Coquille were the towns well repre-, ity of War.”
at »5.00 per month. Mary Burns,
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet
plant Inquire at O K Barber Shop, on Sunday.
! at Bandon, 9:00 a. m.; at Coquille
ing and Bible Study.
West First street.
11:00 a. m.
A cordial welcome is extended to
FOR SALE—The E. H. Kern house
Second Sunday—Mass at Myrtle
St. James’ Episcopal Church Point at 9:00 a. m.; Coquille 11:00 a. all to attend these meetings.
at 336 South Maple, lot and a half. FOR RENT—Furnished Apartment
Call at 351 So. Henry St.
Call 34R or see A. Clifford Kern.
Cor. 3rd and Elliott Streets
Emanuel Baptist Church
Third Sunday—Mass at Coquille,
FOR RENT—Four room furnished The Rev. George R. Turney, Vicar
Fourth and Elliott Sts.
or unfurnished apt. to adults. E. 14th Sunday after Trinity, Sept. 10
Rev. Edwin C. Swanson, Pastor
Fourth Sunday—Mass at Powers,
G. -Opperman, 459 N. Coulter 11*
8:00 a. m.—Holy communion (Cor
The church with a Bible ministry,
8:30 a. m.; Coquille 11:00 a. m.
RANGES FOR SALE—Large assort
porate communion for the men).
NICE ROOMS for rent at 209 North
Jesus Christ is captain and
Fifth Sunday—Mass at Coquille
ment of Reconditioned Ranges, Cir
9:45 a. m.—Opening session of the
Henry. Under new management.
men are crew.
culators and Heaters to be sold very
Mrs. Etta Nussel.
9:45 k. m. Sunday School. C. L.
Fourth Thursday—Mass at Gold
reasonably to make room for new
11:00 a. m.—Morning Prayer and
Beach at 7:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m. Morning services. Ser
Fourth Friday—Mass at Brookings
next to Cowbell Dairy, Coquille, s
5:00 p. m.—Young Peope’s meeting,
mon: “Is Christ Coming?”
LOST—Black and white mottled Parish House.
at 9:00 a. m.
REPOSSESSED 5 PIECE Walnut
7:00 p. m. B. Y. P. U. services.
Eversharp pencil on the street
Wednesday at 2:00 p. m. — St
8:00 p. m. Evening services. Ser
breakfast sot, table and 4 Win
last Friday. Reward for return James’ guild meeting in Parish House. The Pioneer Methodist Church
mon: “The Enemies Fire.”
sor chairs, _13.75. Coquille Furai
to H. L. Graybeal, 191 S. Henry St.
Howard L. Graybeal, Pastor
Church picnic after 11 o’clock ser
Prayer service each Thursday 7:45
Morning Church Service at 11 a. m.
vice, Sept. 10th.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Sermon, “The Schools You Patron- p. m.
TRADE in your old Range on a New In The County Court Of The State
If you do not have a church home
L A H Electric Range or a new Of Oregon For The County Of Coos guild, Sept. 21st.
we cordially invite you to attend and
Globe Dutch Oven Range. EH A IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
Sermon, “The Weakest Word in the enjoy a time of Christian fellowship.
vice every Sunday.
FA terms on Electrical Appliances. PHEBE STINCHFIELD,
J. A. Lamb Company,
Notice is hereby given that the u[ar Church School, Sunday mom-
GOOD USED DAVENO in mohair undersigned executor of the above ings.
named estate has filed his Final Ac
fringe, makes full size bed, priced count with the Clerk of the above
court, and that Tuesday, the of September, 1939, the date of the|
at 39-50. *4-00 cash, »4 00 month
VIOLIN, PIANO and ALL STRINGS
26th day of September, 1939, at the first publication of this Summon^ |
ly. Coquille Furniture Co.
Ida Smith, Marshfield Highway, corner Sanford Heights
hoqr of 10:00 o’clock A. M., at the and if you fail to appear and answer I
Court Room of said Court in the said Summons by the 5th day of
road, on Coquille-Bullards Route.
GASOLINE RANGETTE— A-l con Court
House at Coquille, Coos Coun October, 1939, the last date of pub
dition. Ideal tor Summer home, ty, Oregon, has been appointed by lication thereof, Judgment will be
Trailer house or canning; yours for the court as the time and place for taken against you for the relief de
only »19.95. J. A. Lamb Company, s the hearing of objections thereto and manded in the Complaint, a succinct
the settlement thereof.
statement of which is as follows:
Dated and first Dublished this 24th
That the marriage contract now
SEEOUR DISPLAY of wood burn
day of August, 1939.
existing between you and Plaintiff
ing circulators priced from 39.50 to
dissolved and held for naught.
Fred A. Stinchfield,
49.50. Easy terms and liberal trade 32t5
That Plaintiff be awarded the care,
custody and control of your minor
in allowance on your old heater.
children, to-wit: Eileen Florence
Coquille Furniture Oo.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Roberts and Stanley Kent Roberts.
STATE OF OREGON IN AND
Service of this Summons is made
ZENITH Refrigerators — »119.50
FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS
by publication in pursuance to an Or
Your Own Terms in Reason. Gen KATHLEEN M. ROBERTS, Plaintiff, der made by the Honorable Hugh
McLain, County Judge
‘ [e for Coos
erous 6.3 cu. ft. size, with gleaming
JACK ROBERTS, Defendant.
-ie 1st day of
baked Dulux exterior. Hermetically
September, 11 939,
_ that ser-
sealed unit with Five Year War
vice thereof be made by publicati
ranty. Makes 108 ice cubes. Slid To Jack Roberts, the above-named in the Coquille Valley Sentinel,
weekly newspaper published at Co
ing vegetable crisper, automatic
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE quille. Coos County, Oregon, once a
interior light. J. A. Lamb Com OF OREGON: You are hereby noti week for a period of four weeks.
s fied that you are required to appear
Harry A. Slack,
and answer the Complaint filed
Attorney for Plaintiff.
WE Vulcanize your tube»—not cold against you in the above-entitled suit Residence and Post-Office address:
WOOD — COAL — FUEL OIL
County, Oregon. 34t5
patch them. No extra cost.
tar and nails, only >1.18. FARR A
RED FRYERS—4^ pound Roasters,
FLY SPRAY—In bulk
FARR A ELWOOD.
DAIRYMEN: Attention: Crown
Livestock Minerals contain ail the
necessary ingredients for a com
plete mineral suppliment for your
cows. Our price is »3.00 per 100
lbs. Why pay more? Coos Feed A
POULTRYMEN. Did you know that
Crown Mills maintains for your
benefit, a free, Field Service De
partment? If you are having any
troubles with your flock, write
Crown Mills, Box 28», Portland,
Oregon, or notify Coos Feed A
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY—Equity in good
going dairy farm, 15 or more cows
milking, able to carry 25.
hill and bottom pasture desirable.
Can be as much as 10 miles out
from either Myrtle Point or Co
Comfortable cottage home
valued at »1,000 as down payment,
some hens, winter's wood, 5 lots
indebtedness of more than »5,000 on
farm and want good road, with mail
and electricity, if possible. Com
fort, more than style. Write Box
274, Bandon, Oregon.
WANTED TO BUY—Old cows, horses
or calves for mink feed. B. T. Hep
ler, Bullards Rt., Coquille, phone
WANTED — “Farmers* Bargains” •
Cows - Row Boat - Shoata - Pullets
- Fruit Jars - Team - See FARR A
ELWOOD’S Swap Board.”
ELDERLY MAN wanted for light
work. Phone 75R.
LIVESTOCK FOB SALE
FOR SALE—“Farmers' Bargains" -
Registered Stud - Cows - Bees -
Truck • Bicycle - Farms ^pits -
Horses - Miscellaneous Firm Ma
chinery - Radio - Used -Pipe -
Trailer - Gas Engines - Ducks
Goat - Lighting System - Mare and
Colt - Axe, Saws, Scales and mis
cellaneous farm tools.—See FARR
A ELWOOD’S "Swap Board." a
FOR SALE—One Toy Boston bull
terrier. Inquire Biegger A Gun
derson Furniture, Coquille.
Music Lessons in Your Home
Anywhere For Hire
ROLL ROOFING: 108 sq. ft. with
Farr & Elwood Bldg.
WITH GREATER ECONOMY
E. G. OPPERMAN
WIRING A REPAIRING
Mansell Drayage &
Local and Long Distance
Dr. De La Rhue
Reception room jointly with
Dr. J. R. Bunch
LADY IN ATTENDANCE
Gano Funeral Home
Eyes Examined - Glasses
NEW FEATURE OF THE
TAVERN A DANCING
Basket of Prizes every
no matter how large and elaborate
the scale upon which the funeral
arrangements are to be made. That
is our policy—that is our proud
claim after many years of experi
ence. A conference with us will
be to your advantage.
MOBTUABIES, I me