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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1939)
The council decided to hold the mat
ter in abeyance until that opinion
Meet At Bandon
I. A. Elrod and Jack Jarvis were
present to ask the council to do some
Funeral directors of southwestern
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thing on Myrtle street, between First Oregon held a special meeting at the
and Second, which would make access
route on Taylor street, out to the to their properties easier in the win Minute Cafe in Bandon Tuesday night
high school, that the city should take ter. The street there is high on one and elected delegatee to national
the matter up direct with the state side and low on the other, permitting meetings and listened to a professional
highway commission and Engineer the accumulation of water in large talk by William Finley, jr., of Port
J. N. Gearhart was instructed to do puddles. The engineer was instructed
Henry A. Schroeder of Myrtle Point
to examine conditions there and make was unanimously elected delegate to
The remonstrance to the proposed recommendations.
The light ' and | the annual U. S. Embalming Confer-
Tenth street sewer project was ap water committees were
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proved by the council. Mr. Gearhart’s ascertain the need for a street light ence in Oklahoma City October 2 and
investigations on the street showed and fire hydrant on Myrtle and re
Discussions on educational sub
14 to be in favor of the sewer nine port.
jects were led by Eugene C. Morrow
were opposed, two were indiffemt
Wm. Strong made a strong plea for of Marshfield, Elbert Schroeder o<
and two could not be contacted. Most
¡the grading and graveling of Carter Coquille, A. M. Peterson of North
of those opposed to the project had
I avenue, between Seventh and 12th in Bend and Harry C. Steams of Oak
already installed septic tanks and felt
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order that residents there might get land.
that a | graveled street which could be
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I to their homes in cars during the rainy
The Oregon Funeral Directors asso
n the rainy
rainv season was more
I season. The trouble there is that the ciation was represented by Execu
needed than was the sewer at this
.city has no right-of-way deeds on tive Secretary George Ryan of Port
Carter avenue, some of the homes be land who explained recent rulings of
The Eleventh street sewer project
ing built on what would be the street the Oregon State Embalming Board,
was approved and an ordinance
if a 40-foot right-of-way was dedi and reported on Association activities
adopted providing that It be done as
cated and they do not wish to go to throughout the state.
a WPA project •
the expense of moving their houses
Mrs. Kate Watson of Myrtle Point
A resolution was adopted provid
and consequently have not given the gave several readings.
ing for the vacation of certain por
needed dedication deeds. The engi
Chas. E. Schroeder of Bandon pre
tions of Riverton avenue and other
neer was instructed to try and work sided and a vote of thanks was given
streets in the southeast comer of
out some compromise plan there Mrs. Chas. E. Schroeder for dinner
town as petitioned for by S. M. Nos
which would be satisfactory all arrangements, program and beautiful
ier. In exchange for this Mr. Nosier
floral table decorations.
has deeded certain rights of way and
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson of
titles to tracts up there which do not
North Bend were appointed hosts for
appear on the records as ever having H. Donated for the Pastime, his li
the next meeting, to prepare a pro
cense fee payment being $100.
been given to the city.
To replace rusted out steel water gram dinner and meeting place.
Rev. H. L. Graybeal called the
council’s attention to the state law mains in various parts of town, and
prohibiting punch boards in town and wood pipe tj Others, the council au Births At Coquille Hospital
asked that the police request dealers thorized the purchase of 4620 feet of
To Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelley of
to stop displaying them. His conten 4-inch pipe and called for bids. The Coquille, last Friday, a 10 pound
tion was that It started you^g^tcrs to pipe to be replaced is on Coulter be baby boy who has been named Larry
gambling at an early age and that as tween Tenth and Twelfth, Heath Ray.
long as the law was on the books it from Second to Third, Third from
On Tuesday, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Henry to Maple, Heath from Tenth
should be enforced.
Morris, of Coquille, a seven pound
In reply Officer Harold Koikhorst to Eleventh, Second for 380 feet west and two ounce son, named Gary
stated that there was some question from Maple, Heath to Holly, Henry to Le Roy.
as to whether the boards now on' dis Maple, and Coulter to Heath.
Also on Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs.
play were in violation of the law and
The council also caned for bids on Walter Nohmberg, of Coquille, a
said that the attorney general had 600 feet of new fire hose needed, half seven pound boy, Walter jr.
been asked for an opinion.
of It to be 214 and the rest 114 inch.
An eight pound and 12 ounce baby
girl, Nancy Ann, was born to Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Foster yesterday. Their
home is on the Myrtle Point highway.
The parents have not yet decided
upon a name for the tight pound son
who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cooper, of this city yesterday. The
father is also a patient in the hos
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Marcia *• Boys
A seven pound baby daughter was
born last Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Strong of this city. She has
been named Sharon June.
Tom Lane entered for an appen
dectomy on Monday and David An
derson was dismissed yesterday.
Mrs. Wm. Roth, of the Fat Elk dis
trict, who fell and suffered a com
pound fracture of her right arm just
above the wrist in a store here Tues
day noon was treated by Dr. G. E.
Stark who reduced the fracture in
hi. operating room.
«ITSfrom Marcia,” said Mr*
* Lawton, scanning the letter.
“She aaye Jerry droops a little. Ths
doctor says he needs country air.
She wants to send him here for t
month, and, as the two boys are in
separable, Waldo will have to com*
Her husband laid down his pipe.
“Inseparable from mischief!
used to bo allowed to read a little
green book Sunday afternoons. It
Peter Benjamin Paulson forfeited
was about some children, and
a $5 cash bail when he failed to ap
wherever those children went In-
pear to plead. He was arrested Tues
bred Sin went with them.”
day on an intoxication charge.
His wife laughed. “Marcia’s boy»
Peter Francis Feeters paid a »2
are older than they were two yean
ago, and they’ll know more.”
fine in recorder's court for having no
“More mischief,” he assented.
tail light on his car. The officer's
"How soon are they coming?” he
report also stated that he was driving
asked with gloomy resignation.
in a more or less careless and reckless
brother - in - law Will be driving
through Chilton, and he can leave
1 Come in and see our new DeLuxe
“Oh, yes. Let ’em come.” Henry
ROY L. DOC HASTELL
Toast'n Jam Set complete with wal
had risen from his chair. “Well,
nut tray, two colorful marmalade
I’ll go out and begin to lock up
“The Gypsy Angler” with 28 Vi dishes with covers of contrasting col
ors, and the Toastmaster fully auto
"Do, Henry—all the paint, and pound salmon taken on fly in Eel
everything they can cut themselves, River, near Fortuna, Calif. He will matic 2-alice Toaster for only »17.93.
Hooton Electric Shop.
or each other, with. I only hope
give a free casting exhibition on the
they won’t upset our new boarder.
Ho seems kind o’ nervous and sensi court house lawn here between 11
Cloverleaf Dairy, pure milk and
and 2 o’clock on Saturday.
cream. Phone 7R42.
The boys arrived just before din
ner. Jerry did look large-eyed and
thin, Waldo smug and fat, as usual.
During the meal they were silently
ravenous. Chops and vegetables,
doughnuts and berry pie, vanished
before them. Dr. Frye, hurrying in
■ a moment late, presumably from
a round of scaring up patients, was
"My middle name is Doughnut,’’
ha smiled apologetically as he ac
cepted one of the crisp, plump
brown rings for the third time.
“I mustn’t let these little fellows
get homesick,” thought Aunt Ra
Fun and gayety Mart the minute you board your
Greyhound Super-Coach for San Francisco. Yea'll
chel. “I’ll make some fudge for
friendly, congenial people, relax in a luxurious
them after dinner.”
deep-cushioned srm-chair and enjoy the lovely fall
Just as she was pouring the boil
scenery along the way. Greyhound saves you money,
ing syrup into the pans Katy rushed
loo. 14 «he coat of driving. Frequent service saves you
in from the back yard.
time. Ask your sgent about Greyhound's Expense-Paid
“Those boys have broken up the
setting hen and broken down the
"Mercy! You see to thia and I’U
see to the boys.”
2 TRIPS DAILY TO I. F.
Speckle wes persuaded to resume
her duties, the wire line was righted
DEPOT: BARROW DRUG STORE
and Mrs. Lawton gave each of the
boys three cakes of fudge, taking
Plan now to get those odds and ends
at the Coquille Woman’s Club Rum high shelf in the pantry.
“Now you play with your things
mage sale, September 21, 22, 23 in
-an this nice table your uncle has
Rxed for you. Stay right here in
the shade. There’s a new boy in
the next house coming over to play
with you and by and by we’ll all
go for a nice ride.”
She dropped on the couch in the
living room for half an hour’s sleep.
She seemed scarcely to have closed
her eyes when Waldo appeared at
“What is it, Waldo?”
“I guess you'll have to make some
more fudge. Jerry has eaten it all
Aunt Rachel sat up. "But it was
on the top shelf.”
“He climbed up. Jerry can get
anywhere. He’s got a stummick
ache and he’s crying."
She rose and ministered
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