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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1939)
The Riverton Home Ec. club and
Mrs. Ora Starr of Winchester Bay
Future Farmers of America invite the visited at the home of her parents,
High School parents, the Grade School Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Patrick, Sunday.
parents and other friends in the com
Mr. and Mrs. Beach Morgan of
munity to a good old fashioned pot Ashland visited at the home of Mr.
luck supper and dance thia Friday and Mrs. H. B. Morris, Saturday and
evening, Sept. 22, at 7:30 o’clock.
The only requirement will be for
Bob Smith of Langlois was a Sat
everyone attending to bring a cov urday visitor at the Albert Lillie
ered dish, sandwiches, cake, fritd or home.
boiled chicken, salads, jello, pie, or
The Arago high school was dismiss
what have you. The school will fur
ed Friday, Sept. IS, to attend the Coos
nish sugar, coffee, cream and punch.
county fair at Myrtle Point. The
We also will have a good snappy
Arago high school boys have joined
program worked out so that we can
the athletic association and expect to
start the free dance by 9:30 o’clock.
schedule basket ball games with Ban
In addition we will have good dance
don, Coos River, Powers and River
ton, who are also in the “B” league.
It will be a good opportunity for
Until the basketball season both girls
you people to get acquainted with
and boys will try to schedule games
Miss Rowland, Mrs. ______
Mr. with other schools.
Beall, the new teachers in the school
Several of the high school students
system, also to renew your acquaint
in the Coos county fair;
ance with the other members of the
faculty and student body. Please Maxine Rackleff took first In 4H Sew
ing 5 exhibit, grand championship of
come and help us get the school year
the style revue, a Kerr- gold medal
off to a good start.
and a pair of shoes offered by Sam
Breuer. Bob Blondell won two blue
THE HOME EC. GIRLS.
ribbons on his calf and a Sperry tro
THE AGRICULTURE BOYS.
phy for finest showmanship in the
Free ferry from 7:30 to 8:30 and
calf club division. Junior Gulstrom
after the dance.
won 8 first prizes on his chickens and
Mr. and Mrs. Tyberg, Darrel and
first, second and third on calves. Ger
Phyllis of North Bend and Mr. and
ald Woodward won two firsts on 4H
Mrs. Edward Scorby and son Gary,
work two seconds on open work and
also of North Bend, visited the Walter
one third on his dog which he entered
Smith home Sunday.
in the dog show.
• Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nilsen have gone
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Schroeder and
to California on a hunting trip. They
Price Of Corvallis visited at the home
were joined in Medford by Mr. Nil-
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burbank over
sen’s sister and husband.
the week end.
Mrs. Howard and son Kaye of
Mr. and Mrs. John Damron, Jack
Hauser were visitors at the Peterson
and Annalou of Bandon and Margar
et Ann and Helen Wilson of Coquille
Adolph Molthu and Ernest Whereat
were Sunday guests at the H. E. Wat
went trolling on the lower Coquille
and Mr. Whereat caught a thirty-two
Mrs. Anna Golden and son George
Golden left last Thursday for Belle-
•rei Mr. ahd Mrs. Joe Donaldson and flower, California.
Mary visited the Hartwell home on
The Clifford Summerlin family have
Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. George moved into the house just vacated by
Guerin of Langlois were visitors there Mr. and Mrs. George Golden.
Wilson Belloni of Fortuna, Califor
Grant Hartwell caught an eighteen nia, was a Saturday visitor at the
pound Chinook while trolling on the Ward Evans home.
river this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Evans, Pamela
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Gasner, Meldon and Maureen were Sunday guests of
and Myrna were visitors at the Dewey Mr. and Mrs. Sam Root of Broadbent.
home on the Marshfield highway Sun
There was no bible study held last
week, but they will meet again this
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and fam Wednesday at 8 p. m.
ily spent Sunday at Bandon visiting
The county institute of the W. C.
the Spraggins home.
T. U. will be held in the Christian
Mn. and Mns. Henry Edgman are church in Coquille, Sept. 22nd, with an
enjoying a trip to Portland this week. all day meeting starting at 10:18 and
Mrs. F. E. Hull and “Dad” Baum a covered dish luncheon at noon.
gardner of Bandon were visitors at There Is to be election of county offi
the Ira Baumgardner Home Sunday. cers, and every one is urged to attend.
Mrs. Mary Chaneay of Sacramento,
Stephen Aasen left Sunday morn
Calif, who formerly lived in Riverton ing for La Verne college where he
several years ago, was visiting old will again attend school this year.
friends here on Tuesday.
Elvin Fredenberg and Miss Esther
Mr, and Mrs. Harold Simmons, Kay Davidson took him as far as Roae-
and Duane spent Sunday visiting the burg where he caught the bus for
C. M. Bonniksen home at Broadbent. California.
Mrs. Rycraft is quite pleased with
the 4-H club girls here. In sewing ribbons from the first to the tenth at
and in canning they took most of the the fair.
Wallace Carl plans to leave Tues
day or Wednesday for Corvallis where
he will resume his school work.
Rev. F. H. Barr of Myrtle Point
conducted the regular Sunday morn
ing church services. Sunday school
followed with an attendance of 39.
There were no evening services. Ser
vices will be held next Sunday as
fallows: Preaching at 10 a. m., and
Sunday school at 11 a. m. The Sun
day school collection next Sunday is
to go to the purchase of bibles for this month with the school to cele
brate Frances Willard day on Sept.
Ladles Aid will meet Wednesday 29 at the Arago school house. There
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ward will be a program and everyone is
invited to attend. The next meeting
of the W. C. T. U. will be held Oct 3.
Saturday evening at the Brethern
Mrs. Dorma Peterson was taken
church in Myrtle Point there will be
suddenly ill last week and is now in
a meeting of the father and sons and
mother and daughters to which the Coquille hospital. She is getting
everyone is cordially invited to at along as well as possible.
Mrs. Ora Summerlin also under
The Arago W. C. T. U. will meet went an operation in the Coquille
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hospital last week.
Vernon Trigg was testing cows on
the Tyrrell Woodward and Ward
Evans ranches Monday.
Mrs. George Golden is staying at
the home of her son Frank Burbank.
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