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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1939)
OOQUILL» VALLEY SENTINEL, COQUILLE, OSMON TIUMMY,
on Wednesday evening of last week
Mr. Robinson was appointed by the
“B” league schools to draw up a sug
gestive schedule for basketball games
next season. The schedule was to
provide for two games to be played
lotte Bogard, seventh.
In the second division: Lola White,
sixth; Zetta Gibson.
The leader of the canning club is
Mis. Carroll Rycraft.
Marshfield. The fee for the course tral office at Salem.
is 88 with two hour credit for those
Although social security account
who take the examination.
numbers are used for identification
A get-acquainted potluck supper,
and record keeping in both systems,
With Coquille and Bandon each they are entirely separate and dis
entertainment, and free dance will be
having new buildings and with the tinct, it was pointed out.
sponsored by the home economics and
Clothing I; Division A: Jacqueline Marshfield high school under con
the FF A (Future Farmers of Amer
“Many claimants for unemployment
Chappell, first; Alice Garoutte, sec struction, the housing of school
ica), Riverton chapter, in the gym English Club Organised
believe their right to
children has been improved.
Friday night. The affair is primarily
job insurance is based on deductions
in honor of the three new Riverton
¡from their wages for that purpose,**
pose of practising parliamentary pro Ira Gibbs; Glorie Hcgn, firs»; Laura
The Roy school is another which said Administrator Silas Gaiaer.
At 7:30 the potluck dinner will be cedure and' discussiing the individual Church , second; Charlotte Bogard, now bears a name plate, School “This is a mistaken assumption, since
served after which there will be a interests of the group. The officers fourth; Sadie Church, fifth; Billie houses, if labeled afford splendid the worker pays nothing for unem
President, Mayme Heppler, sixth; Velma Gibts, seventh; land marks.
short program in time to get the danc elected were:
ployment compensation in Oregon,
June White; Freída Johnson, eighth; Cleo Kight, North Bayside Teachers
ing started by 9 o’clock. The spon
and any deductions from his wages
soring organizations will furnish
The North Bayside tetchers have I
tarian, Clinton White.
Dorothy Warren; Margaret Lundy; organized foe 'the' new school year. are for the old-age insurance pro
punch, coffee, sugar and cream.
Every one in the areas being serv
The president is Mrs. Mabel Bagan
Only the employer contributes to
The home economics class has been
The leaders were Mrs. Carroll Ry
ed by the Riverton schools is invit
of Kentuck school and secretary is the Oregon unemployment compen
ed to attend the affair and enjoy the
Mrs. Ethel Siestreem. These teach
sation fund. Not only is no contri
make fuller use of equipment. While Woodworking
ers have been meeting regularly for
bution required from the worker,
Robinesn and Beall Attend Meeting
but any deductions from his wages
jects, the other half cooks, alternat Junior Norris, second.
Superintendent Robinson and Har
for this purpose, whether made di
ing back and forth.
Second year—Vernon Sell, first.
old Beall, athletic coach, attended
Employe Pays Nothing To
rectly or indirectly, is expressly pro
“The Ghost Chaser"
James H. Leonard is the leader.
the schoolmen’s meeting in Coquille
State Unemployment Fund
hibited under the law.
Rehearsals for “The Ghost Chaser” Music in the Grades
are in full swing this week. The cast
Since the Riverton grade school
Existence of confusion in the minds -The unemployment compensation
includes: Erwin Plaep, butler; Irene now has an excellent music teacher, of Oregonians regarding the différ program is administered by the state.
sections of the Social Security act, The federal government assumes
Dean, maid; Doris Morgan, owner of music has been made a regular re- ent
the spook house (Estelle); Dick quired subject with regular instruc especially unemployment compensa every cent of administrative costs.
Bemetz, in love with Estelle (Jimmie); tion. Mrs. Marcella Rawe, who was tion and old-age insurance, was recog The old-age benefits program, on the
Margarette Carlson, Jimmie’s sister recently hired to teach the primary nized by officials of the state com other hand, taxes both worker and
(Beverley); Warren Smith a dectee- grades and music throughout the mission following a review of recent employer, and is administered by the
tive (Samuel Higginbottom); -------- , school, has in cooperation with the correspondence received in the cen- federal government.
other grade teachers, worked out an
Who is the spook? You’ll never inclusive music schedule.
know until the play is over, but you’ll
Mrs. Rawe reports that the upper
get a real surprise then!)
grades have been studying the his
tory of the piano. All the voices in
Mr. Beall’s athletic class has start- I the school have been classified for
ed to play touch tackle football. It is ' purposes of instruction. Each child
hoped that a short schedule of games is keeping a music appreciation note
for the sport may be worked out with book. In connection with the rhythm
the other “B” schools in the county. work, the students are learning a few
Rowland Goes Home
simple folk dances.
Miss Dorothy Rowland, high school
Work started this week on an oper
instructor, spent the weekend in Eu etta, “Hansel and Gretel," which will
be presented witpin the next few
gene with her parents.
FFA Boys Win Awards
Three Riverton boys won awards
for their exhibits in stock at the Coos
county fair. The winners were Or News From County
ville Young, first in Chester white
hogs; Dick Bemetz, second in Chester School Supt. Office
white barrows; Lyle Baughman, Non High Budget Meeting
fourth and fifth in Jersey senior year
The buget committee for the Non
High School district will meet in
Riverton 4H Clubs Win
the County Court Room on Monday,
Members of the three Riverton 4H September 25 at 8:00 p. m. Any one
clubs won over thirty places for their who is interested is welcome to at
exhibits in the 4H division of the fair. tend.
Those who won places were:
Members of Canning I—Gloria
The University of Oregon is offer
Haga; Freda Johnston, tenth; Dorothy ing an extension course to begin on
Warren, third; Billie Heppler, sixth; Monday. October 2. The subject is
Ida Gibbs; Velma Gibbs fourth; Alice Public Speaking. One class will be
Garoutte, fifth; Coreen Malthu, held each Monday from 4:00 to 8:00
eighth; Betty Sell, second; Dolores in the Coquille high school and the
CAMEL, CHESTERFIELD, LUCKIES
Sell, first; Janet Johnston; Velma other will be held in the evenihg at
Danielson; Gwendolyn Rogers; Char-
W okldí F aim
Bear Creek News
Mrs. Emma Seebree of Marshfield
has*been visiting with her son, Harvey
Allen, and wife, for the past week.
She plans to return to the bay this
The Parkersburg club is holding
its regular meeting Wednesday, Sept.
26th, at the Parkersburg play shed.
Max Mullen plans to leave soon to
enroll in the Oregon State college. He
has been employed as a truck driver
for Morris Ray during the past sum
A chicken dinner was given at the
home of Hapry Heffley honoring his
birthday, Sept. 17. Covers were laid
for the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Allen, Mr. and Mrs. An-
cil Haga and Graydon, Mrs. Emma
Seebree, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heffley
Remember—Pioneers of Parkers
burg. You are invited to attend the
Pioneer picnic at the playshed Sun
day, Sept. 24. A potluck dinner will
be served at noon the same as last
Howard Hancocx has started fish
ing in the Coquille river, and has
hired Charles Fellows to drive the
milk truck for him.
"Volume With Small Profits” Is Our Motto
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