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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1939)
held Thursday evening.
Norway News Items
Mrs. Roy Robison spent part of
last week out at Glide, Oregon, visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Carl Holland,
returning to her home Saturday.
-George Cook of Marshfield has just
finished building a fire place in the
A. R. Bennett home. He installed one
of the new heatalators and the Ben
netts are well pleased with his work.
Mrs. Lola Evey of Watsonville,
California, is visiting Mary Harris.
Miss Harris has not seen her friend
for 29 years. Mrs. Evey is prepar-
to leave for her home next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wright and
daughter Sally, of Bridge, were Fri
day over-night guests of Mr. and I
Mrs. Finley Schroeder. Mr. Wright
and Mr. Schroeder helped Bert An-(
thony shear Mr. Schroeder’s sheep
The Pleasant Point club meeting
and regular home demonstration
meeting after a week’s postponment,
was held Thursday, September 28 at
Mrs. Walter Laird’s. Mrs. Edna Hoff- j
man, chairman, took charge of the
demonstration meeting, her main pur
pose being to organize the project
for the coming year. A potluck din
ner was enjoyed by the following:
Mrs. R. W. Haughton, Mrs. A. H. Ben-
Eighty-five cents was turned over
to the treasurer, Bill Berry, as the
receipt of a candy sale at subordinate
The next meeting will be held
Mrs. J. C- Hedden and daughters,
Betty Jean and Alice, and brother-
in-law, K. O. Bernhardt, all of Marsh
field, visited at the Fred Johnson
and J. A. Deadmond homes last Sat-
with her daughter, Mrs. Rose Clin
ton. Mrs. Clinton motored in to get
Mrs. Cecil Alberson, who has been
at. the Mast hospital in Myrtle Point
for several days under observation,
returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Haga have
gone to Grants Pass to visit the letter’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore.
J. F. Van Leuven made a trip to
Portland last week with a truck load
of wool and expects to take a load of
lambs some time this week.
A collision, on a narrow logging
road, between a loaded logging truck,
driven by Mike Ray, and a car In
which the camp high climber and
Pete Norton were riding .resulted in
a broken nose for "Feta Norton and
other painful bruises. The car was
A party honoring the September
birthdays was given Saturday evening
at the Joe Flam place. Guests of
honor were Mrs. Maggie Albertson,
Mrs. Frank Flam, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Heffley and Mrs. Wallace Oakes.
Other guests present were Frank
Flam, Jack Albertson, George Al
bertson, Wallace Oakes and Joe Flam.
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