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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1939)
1940 Ford Display By Bosworth
Motor October 6. Reaches Ford Height
Specials For Friday and Saturday, October •
Tang Salad Dressing *" 29
10c JAB FREE WITH QUART
ORO SHORTEN I NG £ 39c
Special guests were Mrs.
, Martha Mulkey of Coquille, county
, school superintendent and Mrs. C. C.
Farr of Coquille, County W. C. T. U.
president. The Arago W. C. T. U.
1 also attended. The program which
follows was very much enjoyed by
all present: “America, The Beauti
ful," upper grades and high school;
“The Children’s Pledge,” second
grade; “When Frances Elizabeth Wil
lard was a Little Girl,” Mrs. Ray’s
room. The Drinking Driver Needs
His Brains Checked,” Bernice Lillie;
Temperance Songs, third and fourth
grades; Neapolitan Nights (Duet),
Anna Watkins and Jean McAllister;
recitations “Not Me,” (short play),
Mrs. Ray’s pupils; song, first grade;
“Sunrise,” (vocal solo), Gerald Wood
ward; “To Drink or not to Drink,”
(Rec.), Maxine Rael-left; “God Bless
America,.” upper grades and high
school;' address, Rev. F. H. Barr of
Myrtle Point. At the close of the
program, Mrs. J. W. Barnett gave a
dedication speech and presented the
school with a Frances Willard Peony
which was purchased and given by
Mrs. Albert Lillie and was planted on
the school grounds that afternoon.
14_ The Teachers Reception was held
Friday evening in the Arago gym
with about 50 present. A good time
was had by all playing games after
which refreshments of cookies and
punch was served.
The regular monthly Missionary
meeting will be held Tuesday after
noon at the church with Mrs. Wayne
Woodward and Mrs. Stanley Halter as
hostesses for the afternoon.
H. E. Watkins was able to be out
again Sunday and his friends were
very glad to see him again.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Woodward
drove to Portland Wednesday on
Wayne Woodward left Friday for
Oakridge where he will work as long
as the weather permits.
The Arago high school has pur
chased a volley ball and also a new
basket ball. A slip of paper has been
posted on the bulletin board for signa
tures of anyone wishing to participate
in a ping-pong tournament.
school has decided to put on a one-
act play and a carnival about the
middle of November.
Ushering in what is undoubtedly
the most superb, most complete ve
hicle the great Ford automotive plant
has ever produced. Coquille residents
will see the 1940 car on display at the
Bosworth Motor Friday, October 6.
- New beauty is seen in the longer
hood and more flowing lines and
smart, sealed-beam headlamps. “Self
sealing” shock absorbers have given
more riding comfort as has the sofa
edge of the seats and more flexible
Curved disc wheels contribute to
the quiet riding effect of the model
while new driving ease is found in
the new finger touch, two-spoke
steering wheel together with beam
indicator in driver's direct vision.
Improved hydraulic brakes and an
all-steel body, sheathed with steel
2nels, top sides and floor and safety
iss in windshield and windows of
the bodies. It comes in the'two usual
Ford quality ranges of the regular
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340 W. Front, Coquille, Tel. 270
Broadway at Curtis, Marshfield, Tel. *52
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A delegation of 18 from the local
Church of Christ attended the Re
vival meetings being held in the
Church of Christ at North Bend, last
Tuesday night. A quartet consisting
of Vem Bailey, Eileen Kern, Ruth
Towne and C. Adrian Sias sang.
The choir of the local church with
others plan to attend the revival at
the Marshfield Church of Christ next
Friday night. The choir will sing
there, directed by Mrs. Woodyard.
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everything for the small collection
from stamps to minature animals,
vases and pictures.
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We also have fryer rabbits and bene
• New Comfort
• New Beauty
• New Driving Ease
• New Interior Luxury
• Improved Hydraulic Brakes
Models Will Be Shown At Coquille and Myrtle Point
— BOSWORTH MOTOR CO.
369 FRONT ST