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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1939)
B. & P. W. Meet
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the B. & P. W. club was held
Monday evening in the Guild Hall
with Mrs. Margarita Brodie in the
chair. The dub voted to become
members of the International Feder
ation of B. & P. W. dubs. The year
book of the club was distributed and
deserves special commendation on ac
count of its attractive appearance.
The club decided to hold a rum
mage sale Oct. 19th through the 32nd
and also to have a Xmas barrel and
sell chances. October IS the club
plans to have a 75c chicken dinner
for the public at the Guild Hall
The second district conference will
be held Oct. 7 and 8 at Klamath Falls.
The following are planning to attend:
Mesdames Leona Bryant, Margarita
Brodie, Bertha Smith, Harriet Osika,
Inez Chase, Clara Boagerman, Geneva
Norton, Mjsses Lois Fenn, Catherine
Barker and Anita Pageler. The club
was sorry to receive the resignation
of Ellen Braxton, second vice presi
dent. She is leaving Coquille to take
a position at Walla Walla, Wash.
Members present were: Mesdames
Margarita Brodie, Edith Walton, Clara
Bowerman, Jennie Price, Gladys
Gano, Harriet Osika, Clara Stauff,
Leona Bryant, Naomi Crews, Ida
Owen, Inez Chase, Viola Newton,
Bertha Smith, Isabel Unsoeld, Ethel
Littler, Saima Caughell, Misses Ida
Oerding, Inez Rover, Ellen Braxton,
Catherine Barker, Anita Pageler,
Ruth Towne, Myrtle Delong, Edna
Robison, Lotus Eaton, Lois Fenn,
Myrtle Minter, Laverne Knife, Mar
guerite Simpson and a guest, Mrs.
Riverton F. F. A. Wins
OT.F.n—Robin Hood—J Lbs.
ZEE TISSUE-* Row
The Riverton Future Farmer’s
judging team triumphed over Myr
tle Point and Coos River teams at
the annual Coos county dairy judg
ing contest held at Myrtle Point Sat
urday, September 30. This is the
third time Riverton has won first
place so will now get permanent pos
session of the silver judging cup.
Individual scores showed Erwin
Plaep of Riverton as high man in
the contest with a total of 520 h
points. Roy Rudisel of Coos River
second with 475 points apd Philip
Bartlett and Ernest Davenport of
Myrtle Point tied for third place with
Team scores showed Riverton with
a total at 1365, Myrtle Point with a
total of 1243 and Coos River with a
total at 1153.
The Riverton judging ^team con
sisting of Erwin Plaep, Ernest Kite,
Keith Young and Dick Bemetz with
their advisor, Carroll Rycraft are
leaving Friday, October 6, for Port
land where they will participate In
the judging contest at the Pacific
International Livestock Exposition.
Dessert Luncheon For W. C. T. U.
Last Tuesday the W. C. T. U. ladles
held a 1:16 o’clock dessert luncheon
a he home at Mrs. C. C. Farr in honor
of Frances E. Willard. The ladies
sent a congratulatory telegram to the
National convention at Rochester, N.
Y. 10,000 local W. C. T U's over the
U. S. did likewise. The state presi
dent, Mrs. Necla Buck, was among
those present at the convention.
Mrs. Frank Leslie conducted a dis
cussion on the life of Frances E. Wil
lard. This was followed by sewing
and a social time. Present were: Mes
dames Ernest Knops, Frank Schram,
Jas. Watson, Berlyn Billings, L. E.
Alexander, Frank Leslie, Geo. Chap
man, Harold McCue, Ernest Pur-
vaace, Pearl Cardwell, B. A. Davis,
Harold Minter, the hostess.
VEGETABLES ARE ON PARADE
SAVINGS FOR OCTOBER 6 to llth, Inc. -
Stokleys Party Peas
Small and Sweet
CREAM OF WHEAT-Lge. P«*Me
Stokleys No. 2 Can
3 Cmu ...----------------- ±5c
4» LB. SACK.......... _...
(KITCHEN CRAFT gl.39)
Broken Slice 2*4 Cans
2 Cans............. ............... 25c
Van Camps No. 2*4 Can
Cans............. ....._...... 25c
TREE RIPENED NO. 3 CAN
PORK & Beans
NO. 3H CAN
NO. 1 TALL CAN
Tomato Juice “ a ““"
Stokely Catsup 2BOTTLES.............................
Stokely Apricots 8
LIGHT BLOBES-« to ioo watt
Van Camps No. 2*4 Can
3 Cans_____________ 29c
O. K. SOAP-« wr.
SOLID PACK NO SH CAN
« CANS 83c
iHUt Salfld • CANS 75c
HONET POD NO. 3 CAN
GOLDEN BANTAM NO. 3 CAN
FRANKS AND LIVER SAUSAGE
BEEF ROAST LB-------------------
PORK STEAK LB.
2 LB. BOX...........
Meat Prices For Friday and Saturday Only
RINSO u "*
PEAS <CaM *1W)—a c"“
C. 0. D. Service
OREGON U. & Na. 1
CARROTS • BAGAS
» lbs .
LOTE OF JUICE
2 DOZEN................. ......... ..
KLAMATH FALLS, U. S. Na. 3
50 LB. BAG---- ------------------
Produce Prices For Friday and Saturday
C. O. D. Service