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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1939)
COQUILLE VALLET SENTINEL. COQUILLE. OREGON. THUR8DAY,
News Items From Adjacent Communities
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o'clock. All the parent* and others i ta with a fractured skull a* the re-
are most cordially invited.--------------- j ting along nicely but he will be there
The teachers of Arago accepted I for a month or six week*.
The Arago school opened Tuesday
H. E. Hawkins is still unable to be
day with' an enrollment of sixty pu the courtesy of the Roxy theatre and
attended the play, “Good-Bye, Mr. i out and the people of Arago are mi..-
pils fur the first week. A few more
Chips,” Monday night. They are en-!ing his presence at their gathering«
are expected later. The prospects for
a basketball team are much better thusiastic in their praise of the. play and hope he will soon be able to join
than at first was expected. There and the Roxy theatre management.! us again.
Wayne Woodward returned home
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wannamaugher
are eighty boys in the high school.
Mrs. Nettie Damron of Myrtle
The student body voted to join the
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Haberly and Point, Mrs. Alma Halter, Rev. and
state athletic association, and we ex
pect to participate in the B league Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Haberly and Mr*. G. A. Gray and Rev. W. S.
daughters, Patricia and Jacqueline Smith of Coquille attended the an-
schedule of games.
The first business meeting of the and Billy and David Haberly of niversary dinner and program Sun-
Arago high school student body was Myrtle Point drove to Bandon last;day.
Oliver Myers returned home from
held Friday, the following officers Tuesday and enjoyed a picnic on the
Lake last Saturday.
for*the current year being elected:
The regular weekly bible study was
Mr. and Mr*. George Hampton re
President, Robert King; vice-presi
dent, Junior Gulstrom; secretary, held Wednesday evening at the turned home from the state fair Mon
Maxine Rackleff; treasurer, Edward church with J. D. Root leading the day. H. E. Watkins drove the school
Rowton; business manager, Everett discussion on the 3rd chapter of bus a few day* while they were awey.
Mr. and 1
Mr. and Mr*. Keltner and Francis
Mr. Sevy was chosen as --------
faculty student body advisor. It was Mrs. J. D. Root and John Paul, Mr. returned home from their visit with
and Mrs. Robert Munford and Leatha, friend*
f ' * in California
last . Monday.
voted that student body dues should
be paid by Sept. 25. Student body Lynn Schrader, Mrs. O. A. Aasen, Mr. and Mr*. Clair Keltner have been
tickets giving admission to all stu Mr. and Mrs. A. Haberly, Meldon doing the work on the Keltner ranch
dent body activities for the year will Carl, Mrs. I. B. Sevy, and Mrs. S. C. while they were away.
J. F. Burti* of Portland arrived at
be issued to all who pay the dues McAllister. They will meet again
next Wednesday at 8 p. m.
the home of his son J. L. Burti* Mon
($1.00)) “for the entire year.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvu* Miller and day for a few day* visit
Mr. Hauser the new assistant high
Ward Evan* helped fill silo at the
school teacher feels the Outlook is fine Phyllis and Alice drove to Central
for sport. He will introduce tennis, Point and spent the week end. Cecil Chester Wilson ranch at Myrtle Point
'badminton, ping-pong and basket McQuigg accompanied them and will last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Root and John
ball in the physical education classes. remain at his home there.
1 Rev. W. S. Smith of Coquille con- Pauli, Mr. and Mr*. Lyle Pauli and
The school will be dismissed to
ducted the regular Sunday morning Mr. and Mr*. Glen Griffith attended
attend the Coos county fair Friday.
church service. Sunday school fol- the Brethem church Sunday evening
Mr. McAllister has placed the play
lowed with an attendance of 66. to hear Miss Martha Rupe telling of
ground apparatus in position, has
There was a pot luck dinner at noon her experience* in care of refugee*
refinished the gym floor and other
and the church anniversary program ¡n war torn Spain,
wise gotten the school in readiness immediately following with Rev. O.
The Arago pjeople held a farewell
for the new year. He has fixed up A. Gray as speaker for the afternoon
on the Bandon beach last Fri
th,e typing tables in the library
and special music by Mrs. I. B. Sevy, day night in honor of Wallace Carl
where Mrs. Sevy has all eight type
Mrs. S. C. McAllister, Melden Carl and Stephen Aasen who will be re
writers in action«
and J. D. Root. Services will be turning to O. S. C. and La Verne col
The enrollment in Miss Barklow’s held again next Sunday morning,
leges soon. Those who enjoyed this
room is now 30 and in Mrs. Ray’s
preaching at 10 a. m. and Sunday lovely supper were: Mr. and Mr*.
school at 11 a. m.
J. D. Carl, Herbert and Wallace, Fred
The school will celebrate Frances
Marvin Shaw had the misfortune Watson of Coquille, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Willard Day with a fine program.
to step off the 15 foot dock at the B. Sevy, Mr. and Mr*. S. C. McAllis
All grades and high school will par
Smith-Woods Products plant Friday ter and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
ticipate and a_good speaker and good
evening and is in the Coquille hospi- Rackleff and Maxine, Mr. and Mrs.
T music will be furnished. Remem
sult. Mrs. Shaw reports he is get- Melden Carl of Coquille, Mr. and Mr*.
ber the date, Friday, Sept. 28, at 2
Wayne Woodward and Gerald, the
Misses Laura Bernice Lillie, Bernice
Gillespie, Esther Davidson, Betty
Biondell, the Messrs. Stephen Aaaen,
Clyde Lime, Nyle Psull, Milton Ham
mack, Alvin Fredenberg, Mr*. A. H.
Bender of Norway and Arnie Hauser.
Mrs. Anna Golden and and George
Golden are leaving Wednesday for
Nyle Pauli entered the hospital
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George E. Oerding
1st National Bank Bldg.
Monday and had hi* tonsil* removed.
Mr*. J. L. Burtis ha* been suffer
ing with her leg since last Saturday
when she thought one of the veins
had ruptured. She had been con
fined to her bed.
Mrs. Claude Freeman and her three
daughters. Ora May, Evelyn and Ella
from Fallon, Nevada, are visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mr*. R. J.
Hill on Halls Creek. They enjoyed
a picnic with Mr. and Mr*. Hill and
family. Mr. and Mr*. Manley Wil
son and daughter, Carol Ann, Mr.
and Mr*. Rex Rath and daughter,
Roseanna Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Robinson and son Wendell and Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Tomlinson and Jun
Fun. Pathos In 'Unexpected Father'
Myrtle Point News
Mrs. Reuben Roupp went to Rose
burg Friday, returning Tuesday, to
visit reatives and to meet three cous
ins of hers from Chicago whom she
had never seen.
Mrs. Ora Willoughly and Ernest
Mrs. Susie Kathryn Weekley, 53,
passed away in Myrtle Point Sun
day, Sept 10. She was born in Mrytle
Point, April 11, 1886, She leaves to
mourn her death five children, sev
eral sisters and brothers and her
mother, besides a host of friends.
Funeral services were held Wednes
day, Sept. 13 from the Schroeder
Chapel, with F. H. Barr officiating.
Burial was at the Dora cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bushnell left
Wednesday for a two weeks vaca
tion. They will spend part of their
time fishing on Rogue river.
Richard Kenyon, son of Mrs.
Kenyon who has been visiting his
aunt and uncle in North Bend for a
week returned home Sunday.
Miss Hazel Davies, first grade
teacher, who has been quite ill at
her home in Ashland, was able to
take up her duties at the local grade
school this week.
Infant charm, hilarious comedy
and romantic intrigue are combined
in a most effective manner in Uni
versal’s “Unexpected Father,” which
comes to the Roxy Theatre on Sept.
14, 15, 10.
The infant charm is supplied by
baby Sandy, moviedom’* most sen-
sational baby who captured movie
audiences in a big way when she ap
peared on the screen for the first time
in “East Side of Heaven”. Now some
six months older, she still retains all
the cuteness displayed in her first
picture and augments it by both tod
dling and saying a few words.
The comedy comes largely from
Mischa Auer, who proves for the
second time that he is a perfect run
ning mate for Sandy.
The romantic intrigue is dished up
by Dennis O’Keefe and Shirley Ross,
with Donald Briggs always in the
offing as the "other man”.
Supporting these players are a host
of Hollywood’s choicest actors and
actresses, among them Joy Hodges,
Mayo Methot, Richard Lane, Dor
othy Arnold, Anne Nagel, Anne
Gwynne, Spencer Charters, Jane Dar-
wel and others.
The picture was directed by Charles
Lamont, with Ken Goldsmith acting
as associate producer.
Sunday, September 24, is the date
set for the annual gathering of all
those who live there now, for a day
of old time picnicking and reunion, at
Little Jimmie and Barbara Tatem
the Parkersburg school ground. All -
who have been- staying with an aunt,
with their families and friends are
Mrs. Clifford Anderson, left on the
invited and it is hoped that the at
stage Monday night for Los Angeles
tendance of one hundred at the first
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clauaen, and where they will make their home
picnic held in 1938 will
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dorland left with their grandmother.
be at least doubled at this second one.
Wednesday for the World’s Fair at Nichols of San Jose, Calif., were the
The pioneer picnic i* sponsored by
San Francisco. They plan to be gone guests of the former’s brother War
the Parkersburg Community club and
ren Deyoe and family from Friday
in conjunction with the picnic this
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pruesler and until Monday when they returned to
the club is also planning a com
children, Mr. and Mr*. Albert Prues their home.
munity fair to which all the pioneers
ler and children have gone to South
are urged to bring exhibits also.
Dakota to visit relative*, planning to the Fox and Mink Breeders associa
There will be booths for fancywork,
be gone a month. Both Mr. Prem tion meeting held at Ben Helper’s
flowers, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables,
ier's are employee* on Alton Clausen’* farm on the North Bank road Sun
canned goods, baking, a children’*
farm. Harry Jensen went with them day. Twenty-six attended. A pic
booth and one for hobbies and an
to join hl* wife and son, who have nic lunch was enjoyed by all.
tiques. All exhibits should be in
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and
been there for sometime.
by 9:30 in the morning so that they
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scocby and baby Jimmie of Albany have moved
may be judged before noon. Or, ex
son Gary, visited Robert Scorby at to Riverton and Mr. Walker will hold
hibits may be left at the Bear Creek
the Walter Smith home on Sunday, service* in the Riverton gym. Sun
station beforehand, boxed and
day school at ten a. m. and church
on their way to niahe.
labeled as to which booth they are in
Mr. and Mr*. “Mick” Smith have services at eleven a. m. and Sunday
tended for and the booth chairman
moved from Riverton and will live In evening at eight p. m.
will take care of them and place
Warren Smith of Klamath Fall*
the Goldie Griffin house.
Nina Morgan has started on her re
The program for the day will be
turn home and will stop at Santa zie Smith, and attending the River
much the same as last year with
Rosa to visit friends and also at ton high school.
The county shell plant ha* begun horseshoe games, etc. for those who
Crescent City to vlilt her mother
operation at the bay. Ezra Smith care to participate and at noon a big
picnic basket luncheon, with a short
Mr. and Mr*. Charles Langdon of ha* been employed there for the past
program in the afternoon.
Portland stopped at the W. A. Bean two or there year*.
home for a short while Monday eve
ning, while on their way to the fair
on Treasure Island. Mr*. Langdon
was a friend of Dorothy's while in ■
"CliiT Manin went to Sixes Sun-
morning fishing and returned with
some nice trout.
Mrs. Eli Brault ha* returned to her
home from Mike Morrison’s camp
where she ha* been cooking. Mr.
Brault is home from the hospital
and will return to his work in a few
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