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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1939)
The first meeting of Jobs Daugh
ters was held Sept. 11 at the Masonic
hall. Mrs. Catlow, grand guard in
staled Mrs. Effie Miller, Bethel guar
dian, William Ulett associate guar
dian, Mrs. B. W. Dunn treasurer. Miss
Margaret Purvance director of music,
Mrs. Harold McCue guardian of para-
phanalia, and Mrs. Ireland guardian
of hospitality. She also Installed Mrs.
Julius Ruble as Grand Third Messen
ger of Oregon.
A degree was presented
present were Mesdames George Laird, at Guild hall an Sept 6th.
C. L. Tuttle, Frank Martin, W. H
Mrs. James Watson and Mrs.
Mansell, Frank Greenough, Lee Charles T. Selbig were hostesses.
Hand, George Sherwood, George Those present were Mesdames Annie
Goeline, Charles L. Selbig, James Robinson, George Sherwood, Frank
Detlefsen, Joyce and' Earl Benham Watson, Henry Lorenz, Annie Robin-j Pook, Henry Lorenz, Hal Pierce, G.
and Paul Clayton.
son, L. H. Hazard, J. S. Barton, Bert W Bryant, Charles Stauff and E. L.
Mesdames S. A. Norris, Benham, Folsom, Charles Stauff, Ed Lorenz Vinton of Portand.
LeRoy Swinney, Harold Stevens and and E. N. Briner.
Henry Ellis were also present.
Paper-white Narcissus, Dutch Iris,
The first meeting of the Guild of
and a few varieties of Daffodils are
Mrs. D. O. Ireland entertained the St. James’ Episcopal church was held
being offered at Myrtle Gardens.
Charts club on Thursday. Members
present were Mesdames Ted Snyder,
William Nelson, Ernest Whereat,
Edna Stewart, Vai Harless and Walter
Paulson. Mrs. J. Carter and Miss
Ruth Jarvis were guests. Mrs. Wal
ter Paulson held high score.
by the Jobs Daughters who carried
white and purple asters. They also
Mary Jane and Donna Dunn had a
presented Mrs. Ruble and Mr. Tumey dinner party Friday evening |n hon
with white lilies.
or of the girls going away to school.
Guests for the evening were es Those present were Misses Jean Laird,
corted to the east. They included Gretchep Clinton, Ann Hawkins, Bev
Mrs. Catlow, Grand Guardian; Mr. erly Norton, Margaret Stewart, Elaine
Purvance, Past Grand Associate Gray, Yvonne Kern, Barbara Leslie,
Guardian; Miss Ann Hawkins. Past Jeannie Claterbos and
Honored Queen; Miss Markte Smith, |Mary J,no and Donna Dunn‘
Past Honored Queen; Mias Eileen
Percy, Past Honored Queen; Miss
Mrs. Frank Thrift was hostess at
Margaret Purvance, Past Honored dessert bridge on Monday evening in
Queen; Miss Beverly Norton, Past honor of her niece, Mrs. R. M. Hop
Honored Queen; Mrs. McDuffy of kins, who is visiting here from her
Marshfield, Guardian of Bethel No. home in Pomeroy, Wash Her guests
17; Mrs. O. C. Sanford, Past Guard included Mesdames A. B. Collier,
ian of Coquille; Mrs. Bertha Smith, U. E. McClary, E. D. McCune, T. K.
Past Guardian of Coquille; Mrs. W. Foss, Irving Larson, Walter Litzen-
E. Bosserman, past Associate Guar berger, Hal Pierce, Albert Powers,
dian of Coquille; Mrs. E. Purvance, P. W. Culver and Miss Kathleen Col
Past Associate Guardian of Coquille; lier. Mrs. Albert Powers had high
Mrs. Effie Miller, New Guardian of score.
Miss Kathleen Collier was
Coquille; William Ulett, new associate second and also won the traveling
Guardian ot Coquille.
prize and Mrs. R. M. Hopkins re
Refreshments were served follow ceived a 'guest prize.
ing the meeting.
Mrs. U. E. McClary entertained at
dessert bridge on Tuesday evening in
honor of Mrs. R. M. Hopkins, who
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frank Thrift.
The tables were cleverly decorated in
Those invited were Mesdames E.
M. Kay, Stewart Norton, A. B. Col
lier, Frank Thrift, T. B. Currie, P.
W. Culver, Mary McKeown, Hal
Pierce, Harold Zigler, R. W. Baker,
E. E. Leslie, Albert Powers, Clay
Brown, Miss Kathleen Collier and hon
oree, Mrs. R. M. Hopkins. Mrs. Frank
Thrift won first prize, Mrs. P. W.
Culver was second, Miss Kathleen
Collier won the traveling prize and
Mrs. Hopkins was presented with a
The Past Presidents club of the Co
quille Woman’s club held its annual
tea on Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. George Ulett. Mrs.
Earl L. Leslie was chairman of the
committee for the tea which hon
ored all state officers in the county
and the incoming officers of the Co
quille Womans club.
Those in the receiving line were
Mrs. George Ulett, Mrs. M. O. Haw
kins, Mrs. O. C. Sanford, Mrs. Albert
Powers, Mrs. Elbert Schroeder, Mrs.
H. R. Godard, Mrs. O. L. Zentner of
Bandon, Mrs. J. W. Gamwell of Pow
ers and Mrs. W. S. Nicholson of
Mrs. Frank Leslie, Mrs. T. B. Cur
rie, Mrs. C. Vernon Smith and Mrs.
Bert Folsom, all members of the Past
The “Three Links Sewing Club”
Presidents club, presided at the tea met Sept. 5, at the home of Bertha
table during the afternoon hours.
Holbrook. The afternoon was spent
Mrs. E. E. Johnson and Mrs. Wayne at regular activities following which
Robinson greeted the guests at the delicious refreshments were enjoyed
door and Mrs. George Jenkins, Mrs. by all.
F. C. McNelley, Mrs. Clare Gray,
The next meeting will be held Sept.
Mrs. Burton W. Dunn and Mrs. 19 at the home of Edith Guenwald
Juilus Ruble assisted about the rooms. Everyone is requested to attend.
Mrs. Luckey Bonney was in charge
of the dining room gnd Mrs. J. Eric
Mrs. Marlin Brandon, Mrs. Harley
Tucker, Mrs. Guy Mauney, Mrs. J. Rohrbough and Mrs. June Myers
Arthur Berg, Mrs. Charles Kash, Mrs. were hostess on Friday evening at
Harold Gould, Mrs. William Barrow, the home of Mrs. Brandon honoring
Mrs. Marlin Brandon and Mrs. Alton Mrs. Spencer Roes With a surprise
Their guests were Mesdames How
The Birthday club met at the home ard Shaw, Harry May, Karl Gilbert,
of Mrs. Heen Gamblin with Mrs. Stewart Chambers, Karl Plock, Ray
Lucia Ireland, Mrs. Londy Peart and Schraeder, Norene Erickson, and Miss
Mrs. Alma Minard as hostesses and Reatrire Johnson of Marshfield and
honoring Mrs. Helen Gamblin and Mesdames Don McEniry, William Bar
Mrs. Claire Hulton. Those present row, Harold Gould, Elbert Schroe
were Mesdames Jennie Taylor, Jewel der and honor guest, Mrs. Spencer
McGilvery, Grace Hatcher, Grace Ross. Mrs. Don McEniry won first
Atkinson, Bernice Molthu, Blanche prize, Mrs. Harold Gould was second
Ray, Tress Cackler, Sue Cooper, and Miss Beatrice Johnson third.
Rosalie Church, Perna Brault, Mabel
Whereat, Mabel Multhu, Edith Sim
Mrs. L. C. Kelley entertained the
mons, Eleanor Rycraft, Cora Sulli Friendly Dozen club on Wednesday
van, honor guests, Helen Gamblin, afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sam
Claire Hultin and hostess Lucia Ire Arnold, Sr. The afternoon was spent
land, Londy Peart and Alma Minard. J in sewing and visiting. Refreshments
were served to the following members:
The ladies of the Pioneer Mission Mesdames Fred Wheaton, Clyde Min
ary Society held their monthly busi ard, Lewis Fugelson, Susie Matney,
ness meeting in the church parlors •A. G. Trendel and Sam Arnold, Sr.
Thursday afternoon. The president, Mrs. Jessie Stout, a cousin of Mr.
Mrs. James Richmond presided. Mrs. Arnold’s and Miss Catherine Craig,
Noble Chowning led the devotions. both of Portland, were guests.
Repoits of the various departments
The Guild of St James Episcopal
were read by the chairman and new
church met Wednesday afternoon at
business was taken care of.
A social period followed the busi Guild hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Geo.
ness meeting and Mesdames Ada and Bryant and Mrs. Hal Pierce. Those
Lena McCurdy served refreshments
to those present: Mesdames James
Richmond, Leland Peart, Ernest Pur
vance, Henry Belloni, Esta Ellis,
Miranda Way/ Cora Wimer, Birdie
Skeeis, H. L. Greybeal, Elton Savage,
Bob Lawrence, R. B. Rogers, Clyde
Minard Zelia Ireland, L. Fugelson,
Londa Peart, Louis Donaldson, Geo.
Taylor, M. A. Thomas and R. E. Lar
Mrs. Marlon Clayton had a party
for her son Johnnie Monday to cee-
brate his fourth birthday. The table
was beautifully decorated, the cen
terpiece being a little wagon on which
were four little cakes (one for each
year) decorated with flowers and
candles, six little blue birds were
hitched to the wagon to haul the
years away and one was driving.
This was entirely surrounded with
The afternoon was spent playing
games. Johnnie’s guests were Joon
Parrott, Joan and Dean Benham, Shir
ley Bell and Larry Harrington, Allen
Dungey, Bobbie and Jnnet Swinney
Harold Stevens, Ronnie Norris, Patsy
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