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COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL. COQUILLE. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER «, 193»
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rope—hear the news when its made, are just what you need. Moderately
her 20. puaea.who
The Southwestern Motors
In the Matter of the Estate of
Eleven freshmen were put through You’ll be surprised!
is making a reputation for itself
Robert J. Galbraith, Deceased.
. TO Doris Manos and Dorothy Lor- their usual routine of horseplay and
along hunting fishing lines as well as
enze and to any unknown heirs of embarrassing situations Friday night
in the sale of Buicks and Chevrolets.
Deceased, at their annual Initiation, engineered school English club held a program of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McClellan re
by the sophomore class members.
turned last week from eastern Ore
In the Name of the State of Ore
The evening was started with a suc
gon, You are hereby cited and re
gon with two. mule deer. And last
quired to appear in the County Court cession of lively games, after which Msgsshiaa Arrive
ordered week Stan Sherwood went out a tew
of the State of Oregon, for the County those present were entertained by the
Good health will not necessarily insure passing marks in
of Coos at the Court Room thereof,
through Mrs. Bean, were received miles from Coquille and returned
at Coquille, in the County of Coos freshmen. The last number on the
with the limit of black tail deer.
school but certain it is that the child without bodily vigor is
on the 24th day of October 1939, at ten program was a “mild reminder" to
Not to be outdone by his younger
o’clock in the forenoon of that day, those boys who wandered from the Magazines subscribed for this year
seriously handicapped in learning.
then and there to show cause if any straight and narrow path laid out are: Life, National Geographic, Time, associates, B. Jacobson, fishing in the
you have, why C. A. Barton, the Ad
■ Readers Digest, and Popular Me Coquille river near Norway, landed
ministrator of said estate shall not by the sophomores. After the pro
a 31 pound Chinook.
sell the following described real gram the sophomores served punch chanics. The library also receives
The Sentinel has not been informed
property belonging to said estate: and cookies. The highlights of the
The Northeast quarter of the North entertainment was a song, “Down by the Coquille Valley Sentinel, and the why Cliff Guiseth did not catch any
west quarter of Section 7, Township
Congressional Record besides several Chinook, but he did accumulate a
28 South of Range 12 west of_the the Old Mill Stream," by Mias Row
” beautiful sunburn,
Willamette Meridian in Coos County, land and Mr. Beall, the two new mem college papers.
bers of the high school faculty.
Treated In Our Clean, Modern Plant
Calling carda, M for »1.00.
ian this year, has ordered a traveling
turn party in honor of the sopho library for use of the school and com
I be • presented against said estate.
Witness, the Hon Hugh M<
<4 the State
* ' F. F. A. Meet
idge of County Court of
Chadwick Ledge No. 68
Traveling libraries are sent out by
‘of Oregon for the County of Coos
At a meeting of the FFA f riday the Oregon State Library and are
A. F. 4 A. M.
with the seal of said Court, affixed
afternoon, plans were made for judg available to all persons in the com
this 20th day of September 1939
On Myrtle Point Highway One Mile From Coquille
L. W. ODDY.
ing trips to Myrtle Point and Port munity either in or out of school. The
By JULIA LEATHERMAN,
land. The date set for the club’s an school library merely acts as a dis
Date of first publication hereof, nual camping trip was set, weather tribution center tor the books.
, Sept. 21, 1999.
36t5 permitting) for the week end of Octo
Minor additions have been made to
ber 13. This year, the boys expect
the Riverton school busses in order
to go to the Sixes river.
satisfy every requirement of the
FOE THE COUNTY OF COOS
, KATHLEEN M. ROBERTS, Plaintiff,
Miss Rowland, music teacher for newly-adopted laws regarding the
the high school, is working with a equipment and operation of school
4 JACK ROBERTS. Defendant.
group of students preparing some busses in Qifgon. The Rivsrfon busses
special musical numbers for between had already met the requirements
, To Jack Roberts, the above-named acts of the “Ghost Chaser,” coached of the law except that they lacked
heaters, red reflectors on- the rear,
by Mr. Robinson.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
a mechanical signalling device, nd
OF OREGON: You are hereby noti
one or two other minor pieces of
following parcel on which a
fied that you are required to appear
chimney has been erected 4 feet
i and answer the Complaint filed
and 8 inches square; commenc
I against you in the above-entitled suit
ing at a point on the South line
within four weeks from the 7th day
The first newspaper of the year
of September. 1939, the date of the
of said Lot 6, 55 feet 5 Inches
was issued Monday by Clifton and
first publication of this Summons;
" ‘ parallel
" tl to the
and if you fall to appear and answer
his .newspaper staff. This publica
East line of said Lot 8, 4
■ feet 8 _
said Summons by the 5th day of
tion is free to any one in the com
inches to a point; thence West
October, 1939, the last date of pub
munity who wishes one. Each time
lication thereof, Judgment will be
erly 4 feet 8 inches on a line
that the paper is issued one is given
taken against you for the relief de
Crallel to the South line of said
manded in the Complaint, a succinct
t 6 to a point; thence South
to one or more children from each
statement of which is as follows:
erly 4 feet 8 inches on a line
home. Parents who do not get a copy
That the marriage contract now
parallel to the East lot line 4
should inquire of their children.
existing between you and Plaintiff
feet 8 inches to a point on the
South lot line; thence East to a
Philip Clausen Injured
Í be dissolved and held for naught.
That Plaintiff be awarded the care,
place of beginning.
The Riverton students were very
custody and control of your minor
Said sale being made subject to
children, to-wit: Eileen Florence redemption in the iqanner provided sorry to hear that Philip Clausen, a
Fat Elk grade school student who
I Roberts and Stanley Kent Roberts.
Service of this Summons is made
Dated at Coquille, Oregon, this previously attended Riverton, sus
by publication in pursuance to an Or 25th day of
of. September, A. D., 1939.
tained a bruised bone in his leg when
der made by the Honorable Hugh
WM. F. HOWELL,
McLain, County Judge for Coos Sheriff of Coos
— m County,
Oregon. he collided with another boy while
County, Oregon dated the 1st day of 37t5
1 By Eva Schroeder,
playing at the Fat Elk school.
September, 1939, directing that ser
It is expected that Philip will not
vice thereof be made by publication
be able to use the injured leg for a
in the Coquille Valley Sentinel, a
weekly newspaper published at Co
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
quille, Coos -County, Oregon, once a
under and by virtue of an Execution
week for a period of four weeks.
and Order of Sale issued out of the ; Banquet For
Harry A. Slack,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
for the County of Coos on the 23rd
I Residence and Post-Office address:
Coquille, Coos, County, Oregon. 34t5 day of September, 1939, in a certain r Breeders of Jerseys
cause in said Court pending wherein
Portland Mortage Co., a corporation,
One of the outstanding events of
.NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND AC- is Plaintiff, ana Coos Bay Building the week at the Pacific International
, QUIR5D BY COOS COUNTY, ORE- Corporation, a corporation, and
Livestock-Exposition, especially for
4GON, FOE DELINQUENT TAXES Charles Hall, are Defendants, Case
No. 11749, of said Court and com Jersey cattle breeders, will be the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that manding me to sell the hereinafter banquet for them on Wednesday eve
. under and by virtue of an order of described real propery to satisfy the
.«ale made by the County Court of the sum of »74,358.37 and costs and dis ning, October 11. This banquet is
State of Oregon, for the County of bursements »20.40, together with ac being held in honor of the visiting
Coos, on the 11th day of Sept., A. D, cruing costs, I WILL ON SATUR breeders from Eastern states who are
1939, commanding me to sell the fol DAY, THE 28th DAY OF OCTOBER,
lowing described lands, and fixing 1939, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the exhibiting at Portland this year, many
minimum prices thereon, to-wit:
forenoon of said day at the front door for the first time, as one of the shows
Land described in Volume 94
of the County Court House in the on their circuit which will end at the
on page 6, Deed Records of Coos
City of Coquille, Coos County, Ore- National Dairy Show at San Fran
County, Oregon, lying and_being
gon, offer for sale and sell at public
s.ws/ - -
auction, to the highest and best bid cisco later this month.
The banquet is being sponsored by
der for cash in hand, all the right,
title and interest of the said Defend the Jersey cattle clubs of Oregon,
I SHALL, '
ants in and to the following described Washington and Idaho and will fea
order, on SA.„..„„.
real property, to-wit:
of October, A. D„ 193$,
ture nationally famous food products
Lots numbered Five (5) and
at the hour «________
from these three states.
eight (8), in Block numbered
day at the front door of the Court
Thirteen (13),'Town of Marsh
This year’s Pacific International
House in the City of Coquile, and
field, as per plat of E. B. Dean
offers dairy cattle breeders an op
County of Coos, State of Oregon, offer
& Co., Coos County, Oregon.
for sale and sell at public auction the
Said sale being made subject to portunity to see some of the out
Above described real property to the redemption in the manner provided standing dairy cattle of the nation
highest and best bidder, on the fol by law.
which will be exhibited there. Of
lowing terms and conditions, to-wit:
Dated at Coquille, Oregon, this
interest to Jersey breeders will be
For either cash in hand at the time 25th day of September, A. D., 1939.
of sale, or if the purchaser elects, for
Foremost Highflyer, many times
WM. F. HOWELL,
not less than twenty per cent (20%) Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon, national
grand-champion Jersey bull.
of the purchase price in cash, the re 37t5
By Eva Schroeder,
judgipg days have been set
gained to be paid under written
as October 11 and 12, and a large gal
agreement with the purchaser in four
(4) equal annual installments, all
lery of fans is being planned on.
deferred payments to bear interest IN THE COUNTY COURT OF TSE
STATE OF OREGON. IN AND
from the date of sale at the rate of
»lx per cent (8%) per annum, payable
FOE THE COUNTY OFUQOS
The Matter of the Estate of A.
No sale shall be made of any of J. In
the above parcels of real property
S HEREBY GIVEN, That
for a leaser amount than the mini
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
mum price shown thereon.
Dated at Coquille, Coos County, the undersigned has filed in the
AreD<^i«39U 12^ <Uy ** S<ptember- County Court of Coos County, Ore
gon, his final Report and Account as
WM. F. HOWELL,
Administrator of the Estate of A. J.
Wilkins, Deceased, and that said
heriff of Coos County, Oregon.
Court has set Tuesday the 31st day
of October, 1939 at the hour of ten
o’clock A. M. at the County Court
, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Room in the Courthouse at Coquille,
under and by virtue of an Execution Oregon as the time and place for
1 i?d Order 01 8*U ‘“««I out of the hearing objections to said final ac
i Circuit Court of the State of Oregon count and the settlement of said
I or the County of Coos on the 23rd estate.
1 ay of September, 1939, in a certain
You, too, can enjoy the conven
i suse in said Court pending wherein Administrator of the Estate of A. J.
■ortland Mortgage Co., a Corpor-
ience, safety, cleanliness and all-
tlon, is Plaintiff, and Coos Bay C. A. BARTON, Attorney for
'round economy of a modern elec
, bidding Corporation, an Oregon Administrator, Coquille,
is Defendant, Case
tric range in your home. Just take
. fo. 11819, of said Court and com-
1 landing me to sell the hereinafter
of the Special Fall
i escribed reel pi property to saitsfy NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
.368,73 and costs
Range Campaign—benefit by the
Notice is hereby given that Ken-
iwill on ^ a ?T net P. Lawrence, Executive of the
extra-liberal Trade-In Allowances
last will and testament and of the
DAY OF dcro- Estate of Perry E. Lawrence, de
that ore now available. Your deal
: lER, 1939, at Yhe hour of 10 o’clock ceased, has duly filed his final ac
1 the forenoon of said day at the count in the matter of the probation
welcome your inquiry.
rant door of the County Court thereof in the County Court for Coca
louse in the City of Coquille, Coca County, Oregon, on the 29th day of
County, Oregon, offer for sale and September, 1889, and said Court has
«gall at public auction, to the higtest set Tuesday, the 7th day of Novem
and best tedder for cash In hand, all ber. at 10:00 o’clock A. M. at the
the right, title and interest of the County Court Room in the Court
House in Coquille, Oregon, as the
time and place for hearing objections
la 1 and,
to the follow-
tLotit to said final account and the settle
ment and distribution of said estate.
11, of the town Of Marshfield,
Dated and published first time
Coos County, Oregon,
numbered 6 In Block
of said Town prep«red
11, of the Town of Marshfield,
KENNETT P LAWRENCE,
Hall for E. B.
Oregon, as per plat
pany, on file i in prepared
O. C. SANFORD,
by of Wm.
County Clerk B. of Dean
Coos A County,
Attorney for Executor,
Oregon, excepting therefrom the
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF I
COUNTY OF COOS, STATE
SUM SET DAIRY
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new Electric Range thio Fall— ”
See the new Ranges
Now on Display
at your dealers
Mountain Stetes Power Company