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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1939)
f AGI TWELVE
hearing. At the budget hearing Wal
A very enjoyable “Victory” pro- ment of the church debt«. The Bible
party at the Ray L. Beckett home.
lace Dement, Myrtle Point, and Chas.
1 After a hgppy evening of outdoor gram was presented at the church school attendance has averaged 42
Huggins, Marshfield, were present,
The first fall meeting of the game«, delicious . refreshments of Sunday evening to celebrate the pay- this quarter.
representing the organized taxpayers Woman’s Civic club was held on cookies, cake and punch were served
Are You Interested?
of Coo. county, and made construct
Tuesday afternoon of last week at by Mrs. Beckett. Those present were
In Marshfield and Coquille exten
ive criticism. As far as the writer the school. After the business meet Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Beckett, Virginia.
sion classes are to be organized. They
can recall this represents only three
ing, which included the appointment Wilda and Alden; Mr. and Mrs.
are open to all desiring to take the
parties who have ever appeared in
of committees for the year, by the Clarence Fiser, Mrs. Stanley Lake,
course. The fee in each class is 35 00
the interest of budgets since the Non
president, Mrs. A. B. Hillabold, a Virginia and Vivienne; Lynn Culver,
and students can take four upper di
High District was formed in 1933.
tea was held in honor of the teachers, Marian Finch, Sally Wright, Mary
vision credit or any adult In each
The Non High School board ap Bernard Senn, Miss Hudson, and Lou Culver, Ruth, E. J. and Jerry
case the instructor is to be W. A.
proved the election count made by
Miss Cos, who are new here this Walker, Clyde Bartlett and Arthur
Dahlberg, assistant professor of
secretary as to election on June 19,
year. Those present at the tea were Hillabold.
speech at U. of O. The first class for
of E. L. Detlefsen, as director from
Mrs. Amelia Hill, who had been
Mesdames A. B. Hillabold, Fred Sco
afternoon will meet in Coquille Hi on
Zone IV. After he was sworn in by
field, Ovid Bryant, John Paulsen, visiting her mother and other rela
Monday, 4:00 to 6:00 p. m., beginning
the chairman the board was organized
Stanley Lake, Amanda Ehrig, Lena tives and friends in Coos county for
October 2. The subject is “Oral Eng
by the re-election of officers, J. N.
Miller, Gladys Flowerday, Saunders, a few weeks, left Thursday for Brock
lish for Teachers.” The first class for
Gearhart, chairman, and E. L. Detlef
H. A. Hatfield, Dwight Culver, Roy way where she had an offer of em
evening will be held in Marshfield
sen, vice chairman.
yOU’ll FARE BETTER
Becektt, Clarence Fiser, Chas. Mack ployment.
high school, Monday, October 2. The
Both during the budget committee
Mrs. Clarence Fiser, Misses Ruth
and Miss Maude Hooton, besides the
subject is “Public Spjeaking for
ON THESE LOW FARES!
meeting and in the regular Non High
honored guests, Mr. Senn, Miss Hud Walker and Virginia Beckett and E.
Business and Professional Men and
Board meeting the increased cost for
son and Miss Cos. Mrs. Albert Pan J. Walker, jr., attended a pot luck
One Way Rsund Trip Where»« you are bound for, you will
Women.* The classes will continue
the Non High, the advisability of
coast was also present for the busi supper and executive meeting of
SAN FRANCISCO 316.19
316.95 find that Greyhound’s frequent, con
for 12 weeks. In both cases con
continuing transportation, etc., came ness meeting.
venient »«vice, de luxe cruisers snd low
Myrtle Christian Endeavor Union in
siderable interest is being shown.
LOS ANGELE8 314.29------- 25.69 «.ww make this the ideal way to travel.
in for discussion. The tuition, which
The Christian Endeavor meeting
Non High School Budget Meeting
is the largest cost, is fixed by statue
The Bible Study class meet this
The final hearing on the Non High so the Non High Board cannot reduce next Sunday evening will be led by
NEW YORK 345.15.......... ... 63.95
School budget will be held on Octo
it. The contractors are by no means
'Difference Does It Make what We Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy
ber 23, at 8:00 p. m. The place is the
DEPOT: ROXY CORNER „
receaving exhorbitant salaries.
S. Luttrell, Mrs. Ray Beckett and
county court room, in the court house
transportation is discontinued in the
Mrs. Wm. Varn, Miss Margaret I Virginia, E. J. Walker, Sr., E. J. Walk
in Coquille. This date was set by
future a grave injustice is faced by
Luttrell and Clarence Pease were in er, jr., Roy Dwight Vam, Mrs. Dwight
Non High School board after bud
those who are located far from high from Eugene to spend the week end [ Culver and her guest, Mrs. Theodore
get committee had met earlier in the
school, therefore the best procedure
Lund of Marshfield, and Mrs. Frank
at the Roy S. Luttrell home.
evening. The additional budget com
for future years is stil la question.
Mrs. James Porter is entering the I Culver and Lynn.
mittee members were: F. C. Lee,
Good Samaritan hospital in Portland i
Route No. 1, Marshfield; J. P. John
We have just received our new Fall this week for a major operation.
son, Coquille; O. O. Bunch, Myrtle
Stationery in all the new styles and
Mrs. A*. L. Larkins arrived on Tues
Point; Everett Messerle, Sumner,
shades. Have your name imprinted day afternoon of last week from I
Guy A. Smith, Empire.
on your paper. H. S. Norton Music Mulino to spend two weeks or more
The budget committee was or
s here at the home of her daughter,
ganized with J. N. Gearhart as chair
Mrs. Orlin Lett.
man and W. M. Hillar, as secretary.
Having guest«? Brighten up your
Misses Ruth Walker and Wilda;
The proposed budget calls for a levy
of 378,607.05. Any interested tax home with flower« from Bergen’«. Beckett were honored on Thursday
■ evening, with a delightful birthday
payer is welcome to sit in at the Phone 64.
New? From County
School Supt. Office
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