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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1939)
The Coquille B. P. U. club will
hold it» regular business meeting next
Monday evening, Oct. 3, at 8 o'clock,
in Guild Hall.
Jack Clinton is another of the C.
H. S. graduates who has gone to Ore
gon State. He left Monday morning
Those leaving for Eugene this last
week end, were Patricia Nosier and
Yvonne Kern. Patricia is enrolled at
the North Western Bible school and
Yvonne at U. of O. for a pre-nursing
D. D. Pierce came in Saturday for
a three or four week’s visit with his
sons Hal and Don and their families
here. He is now living with his
daughter, Mrs. Namah Wilson in Oak
Marjorie Rowland, Less R. Childs,
land, Calif., and visited friends in
the southern part of the state for Everett Seeley, Glanada Kendall, Mr.
a month before, coming to Coquille. and Mrs. Ted Henson and Mr. and
Mrs. John Zander spent a moat en
joyable week end at Bandon where
they stayed at the Richmond cabin
“ALL ABOARD!" FOR THE NEW
Miss Dorothy'Cary whd had been Pledged At U. of O.
visiting relatives and .friends here
Sororities pledged one woman, and
I for a week left last Saturday for
pledged four men from
Portland where she is now making
Coquille after five days of “rushing"
1 her home.
which ended at the University of
Ward McReynolds wiU be at the
Maxine Knight was pledged to
Coquille city hall next Tuesday, Oct
3, from 10 until 5, to receive appli Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
Men pledged to fraternities are Ken
cations for 'drivers permits.
neth Lawrence and Pat McKeown, Pi
Kappa Alpha; Lowell Waggoner, Del-
to Upsilon; Rolph Fuhrman, Beta
Another Eagles dance will be held Visits Coquille Yesterday
at Langlois, Saturday evening, Sept.
K. C. Eldridge, of Portland, pro
30, with music by Pat Hayes and his
prietor of Eldridge Food Sales, which
is the distributor of Nally products
in Oregon, was a Coquille visitor yes
terday, and made arrangements for
a limited advertising campaign in this
section through the columns of the
Sentinel. When Mr. Eldridge pur
chased the distributing agency in
Portland a few years ago the Nally
business was at a low ebb and was
practically out of the Oregon mar
kets. Mr. Eldridge has built it up
Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Inc
is serving out his $10 fine.
Elbert Eikler paid a $5 fine for
breaking glass on the street Sunday
night, and Fred Hunter, arrested
Tuesday night for intoxication, was
broke and given a $10 fine, suspended
for one year so that he might return
to his job.
Box and Pie Social, Sept. 30, in
Machon Hall, at 8 p. m. The Ladies
Auxiliary No. 23, I. W. A.. Public
WR INK *
FEATURE No. 2
J. EDGAR HOOVER'S.
Matinee Saturday 1:30
TWO THRILLING PICTURES:
Admission Sunday, Monday, 10c and 25c
„ BETTE DAVIS
MATINEE SUNDAY 1:45