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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1939)
COQUILLE VALUT SENTINEL. COQUILLE. OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER *, )M0
Oct. 3—Emery H. Bedea and Ruth
Sherman, both of Marshfield.
Oct. 3—Wesly W. Harrison, of Co
quille, and Shirliam Ferrell.
$25 00 Reward
Will be paid by the Manufacturer
for any Cora GREAT CHRISTOP
HER POSITIVE Cora Cure cannot
remove. Also removes Callouses.
35c at Barrow Drug.
Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Inc
Frank R. Murphy, of Broadbent,
is the author of a song which is to
to publiced over radio hook-ups and
individual programs throughout the
United States during the next few
months. It was published by the
American Music club of Portland and
is entiled, “Out Where Antelope Are
Screaming." It was one of the num
bers played by the Don & Spenny
orchestra at the county fair dances.
V. R. WILSON, O. D.
Eyes Examined. , Glasses
Fitted. Broken lenses du
plicated. Optical repairs while you
wait. Expert service.
Lanis Bosworth returned the first
of the week from a business trip to
San Francisco. He mixed pleasure
with business and saw the O. S. C.
football team take Stanford to a 12
to 0 cleaning.
Mrs. Clara Wheeler left Wednesday
for Eureka, Calif., to visit her sister,
Mrs. Charles Levine.
Having guests? Brighten up your
home with flowers from Bergen’s.
Les Child announces that he will
conduct a public speaking class in
the city hall each Sunday evening,
A ten pound baby boy, Milton Wat
son, jr., was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Rodgers of this city, at
the Coquille hospital last Saturday.
Jack Jarvis, pharmacist in Rack-
leff’s Pharmacy, accompanied by
; Mrs. Jarvis, their daughter, Miss
I Ruth, and Eurie Pegle, of the Ideal
See Ginger Rogers As The
"Bachelor Mother" .At- Roxy This Week
Heralded by advance preview re-
ports as one of the season’s most
sprightly and original comedy ro-
mances, “Bachelor Mother” makes
its local debut at the Roxy Theatre
next Sunday with Ginger Rogers and
David Niven in the stellar leads.
Miss Rogers in the role at a de-
part men t <toresalesgirl displays her
fWr for comedy which she recently
Stage Door" Niven’s ch.ractartaa-
tion m an adamant store executive is
ta ’JVuthering Heights" and “Dawn
A hilarious mix-up over a baby
forms the axis about which “Bachelor
Mother” revolves. Holding a tempor-
ary job in the store during the Christ-
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™as rush, Miss Rogers-on her lu
hour-finds an infant on the step
home and is instai
the child’, mother,
**** l* disbelieved, and the h<
authorities report the matter to
,tore executlve. Niven, . vlce.pr
dent and the
inveiUgateg for himaeU
convinced that Ginger is the motl
He immediately ghift. her to the
her , „
This only infuriate. Ginger who ii
child to others.
Horrified, Niven lectures her, I
under threat of dire consequen
forces her to bring up the youngs
But hla interest in the girl arouses
Bakery, left Monday on a trip south
expecting to go to Sacramento and
return the latter part of this month.
PIDGEON • BRUCE
LEO CARRILLO • EDOARDO CIANNELU
th the jolt of r e a I i t
th the love of
Mrs. Maud Woodyard will begin
work with her Rhythm Band, for
children between the ages of 3 and
6, on Thursday, Oct. 26. Mothers in
terested phone 50R or see Mrs. Wood
J. E. Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Mauney and Miss Margaret Paulson
left this morning for Portland intend
ing to return Sunday.
Brings Bigger Pictures Than Ever Before •— Not just a few but all of the great
hits from every major Hollywood Studio, Never have you been offered such hits
as these — one after another.
“ANGELS WASH THEIR FACES,” “BACHELOR MOTHER,” “THE WIZARD
OF OZ,” “BEAU GESTE,” “WHEN TOMORROW COMES,” “LADY OF THE
TROPICS,” “THE MIKADO.”
BELLE KNIFE HOSPITAL
th the warmth c
'THE WIZARD OF OZ"
SAT., OCT. 7th FOOTBALL
MARSHFIELD vs. COQUILLE