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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1939)
ford, Arthur Morrison, Clifford Gul-
seth, Mary Meagher, Carl Heitman,
S. M. Nosier and Annie Robinson,
and the Mines Rheo Walker, Patricia
Nosier and honoree, Mary Lou Nos
WHICH are businesslike and dependable char
acterixe our dealings with our customers.
Mrs. J. A. Lamb was hostess at
luncheon on Tuesday in honor of
Mrs. T. H. Mehl of Mabel Oregon,
who is visiting here for a few days.
Her guests were Mesdames A. J. Sher
wood, Luckey Bonney, E. E. Johnson,
and T. H. Mehl.
Big Rummage Sale
day and Saturday, Sept. 21, 22, 23, at
Shelley building under sponsorship
of the Coquille Women’s Club.
Melons Are Fine and Plentiful
The first Cranberries are in the
TWO H PINTS_______
The Rink Creek Friendsip dub
i met last week at Campbell’s Grove in
honor of Marie Jacobson’s birthday.
She received a pyrex utility dish and
casserole with pie cover. All enjoyed
a fried chicken outdoor lunch. Those
present were: Alice George, Lois
Bunch, Fem Mulkey, Edith Drake,
The Cornerstone club met at the Gladys Pribble, Edith Drake, Edith
home of Mrs. Ernest Whereat on Campbell, Alma Cunningham, Win
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph nie Stewart, Dorothy Arnold, Mar
Harry, Mrs. Walter George and Mrs. garet Goodwin, Gladys George, Grace
hostesses following Atkinson, Marie Jacobsen, Hazel
the business meeting Mrs. George George, Billie 'Jacobsen, Edith Ten
her subject being “Modern Jerusa- nant. Mrs. Celinda George was a
lum.” Those present were Mesdames guest. Billie Jacobsen and Edith Ten
Ernest Benham, Berlyn Billings, nant were hostesses.
George Chapman, Alton Dungey,
The next meeting will be at Mrs.
Henry George, Arthur Hooton, Del Smiths on Fat Elk Oct 4.
bert James, Ernest O’dell, Adrian
coffee table had a mixed bouquet for
a centerpiece with pink and green
candles at either end. Artistically
placed candles and lamps lent an at
mosphere of charm to the entire room.
The following members were pres
ent: Mesdames Harriet Osika, Leona
Bryant, Inez Chase, Jennie Price,
Margarita Brodie,Isabel Unsoeld, Nao
mi Crews, Edith Walton, Geneva Nor
ton, Viola Newton, Clara Stauff,
Gladys Gano, Bertha Smith and Ruth
Beyers; Misses Ruth Towne, Marguer
ite Simpson, Laverne Knife, Annie
Robinson, Ida Oerding, Inez Dover,
Lotis Eaton, Catherine Barker, Anita
Pageler and Myrtle Minter.
The guests included: Mesdames
Betty Barton, Pearl Ellingson, Anah
Blythe Saylor, Mildred Tyrrell, Edith
Dunn, Mabel Kuntz and Hazel Hanna;
Misses Jean Polson, Vesta Miley,
Eleanor Menegat, Edna Schrock, Rose
Naef, Elois Wilson, Gladys May,
Eileen Kem, Delores Belloni, Margar
et Purvance, Cherry May Hartwell,
Hazel Moffett, Ethel Roop, K. Dun
ton and Betty Felker.
Market-a local product also
OUR BUSINESS METHODS INSURE ECONOMY AND
SATISFACTION TO OUR CUSTOMERS
“Since getting our Sun Flame Heater, our home is comfortable
every morning when we get up. With our old style heater
the house was always cold on winter mornings.’*
The Double Duty
They’ll take you every
where, morning, afternoon
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BIEGGER & GUNDERSON