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COQUXLLB VALLKY SENTINKL, OOQUILLK, ORIGON THURSDAY, OCTOBKR IS. IMS
The Past Noble Grands club met at
the home of Mrs. Estelle Dunne Fri
day evening with Mrs. Fred Schaer as
joint hostess. A short business meet
ing was conducted by the president.
Miss Ida Oerding. The club members
have been making dish towels to earn
money to send needed bedspreads to
the I. O. O. F. home. Following the
business meeting the evening was
spent In games, chatting and sewing.
Miss Oerding received the lucky door
prize. Prizes at games were won by
Mrs. Inez Chase and Mrs. R. E.
Boober. Mrs. E. M Kay and Miss
Ida Oerding were recipients of a
birthday shower. Delicious refresh
ments apropos of the season were
served by the hostesses.
were: Mesdames L- A. Greene,-Jen
nie Price, E. L. Benham, Jack Leach,
Walter Oerding, E. M. Kay, R. E.
Boober, Birdie Skeels, W. E. Bosser
man, Inez Chase, Zelma Groom, Miss
Ida Oerding and the hostesses.
A miscellaneous shower was held
recently for Mrs. EUis Southmayd,
formerly Miss Margaret Echolm by
the Myrtle club members and hus
bands. The bride received a large
assortment of lovely gifts. A social
time was enjoyed followed by re
freshments. Present were: Messrs
and Mesdames J. W. Ruble, Joe Var
ney, Earl Standley, Sig Eckholm,
Robert Chard, Mike Miller, Wm. Pook,
Clifton Brockmann, Sandine, An
thony, Darby and John Yoakam.
The “Helping Hands” of the Church
of Christ met at the home of Mrs.
A. N. Foley Thursday afternoon.
After a short business meeting, the
tingt was spent in sewing. The group
are planning Christinas gifts for the
southwestern Church of Christ’s old
folks home in Beaverton. Refresh
ments were served by the hostess to
the following ladies: Mesdames Fred
Schaer, Ernest Benham, C. C. Farr,
Henry George, Mary Brown, Ralph
Harry, Adrian Sias and Chas. Mitts.
Mrs. J. A. Lamb was hostess to her
bridge club for one o’clock luncheon
at the hotel Thursday. Contract
bridge was enjoyed later at Mrs.
Lamb’s home. Present were: Mes
dames F. 8. Emery, W. S. Sickles, R.
A. Wemich, F. L. Greenough, L.
H. Hazard, R. L. Stewart, a guest,
Mrs. Paul Van Scoy, and the hostess
Mrs. < Beryl Mullen was hostess
Thursday afternoon to the “Myrtle
Club” members. The time was spent
in sewing and chatting after which
refreshments were served by the hos
tess to the following members: Mes-
dams Mary Anthony, Ruth Varney,
Alice Standley, Ina Sandine, Aina
Eckholm, Angie Yoakam, Lorene
Chard, Pearl Ruble, Helen Ander
son, Margaret Mullen and two guests,
Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. C. C. Me
Donald of Portland, sister of ters
A good crowd of golfen and card
players attended the open house of
the Coquille Valley Country Club
At contract, Mrs. Albert Powers,
Jr., of CoquiUe, won high score and
Mrs. Mary McKeown, second. The
next two prizes were won by Mrs.
Ralph Kring and Mrs. Will Lundy of
Myrtle Point. Mrs. C. V. Smith of
Coauille won high at pinochle. Mrs.
John Arnold of Myrtle Point and Mrs.
E. E. t -—H* of Coquille were in
charge of arrangements. The next
open house will be held Friday, Nov.
3. Those attending from Coquille
were: Mesdames E. E. Leslie, Hal
Pierce, Ralph Milne, Mary McKeown,
Julius Ruble, U. E. McClary, Frank
Thrift, Albert Powers, jr., M. W. Ray,
Ralph Taylor, Drue Cunningham, Lee
Hand, C. V. Smith, Ralph Milne, Geo.
Johnson, Ethel Littler, Lanis Bos
worth and R. E. Booher.
gift from her friends. Those present
were: Mesdames T. B. Currie, Hal
Pierce, Frank Thrift, U. E. McClary,
R. E. Boober, A. B. Collier, Mary Mc
Keown, Harold Ziegler, Carrie Barker
evening. E. D. McCune won high score and the guest ot honor.
served at a late hour by the hostess.
Present were: Messrs and Mes
dames Julius Ruble, W. E. Bosserman,
The Eagles are overflowing with
E. D. McCune an dthe hosts.
activity this week, as it is our turn
to entertain all Coos county Eagles
Mrs. U. E. McClary entertained on the regular tri-monthly county
with a lovely one o’clock dessert meeting which were revived this last
luncheon Thursday in honor ot Mrs summer. It looks now as though Co
Carrie Baker of Fairfied, Iowa. Mrs. quille Aerie is not going to be found
Baker is visiting her daughter, Mrs. wanting when the week ends. Coos
Harold Zeigler and family for a few Bay Aerie is bringing over their crack
months. The tables looked most col drill teams to join forces with the
orful carrying out the Mexican motif, Coquille Auxiliary team lor a dem
even to the cute place cards. The onstration of fancy drilling on the
afternoon was spent in sewing and streets tonight, Thursday, after which
games. The honored guest received there will be a short business session
a lovely gift. Invited guests were: in the I. O. O. F. hall for both the
Mesdames Hal Pierce, E. M. Kay, E. Eagles and the Auxiliary. Then the
E. Leslie, H. S. Norton, E. D. McCune, real fun will start with plenty for all,
R. E. Boober, A. B. Collier, T. B. Cur both old and young, to be topped off
rie, Mary McKeown, Harold Zeigler, by a feed later.
Frank Thrift and the guest of honor,
Next Saturday night is the Eagles’
turn for a dance at the Community
Building and if present plans do not
The Pioneer Missionary Society go away it should be one of the big
held the monthly business meeting gest and best dances of the year. The
in the church parlors Thursday after dance committee has secured the ser
noon. Devotions were led by Mrs. vice of Babes Entertainers, (formerly.
Ernest Adamson. The business ses
sion followed, conducted by Mrs.
Cyril McCurdy. Reports of officers
and standing committees were read.
Several new projects were discussed
and it was decided to resume the
“Galloping Teas” which proved so
successful last year.
Following the business meeting a
social hour was enjoyed with light
refreshments served by Mesdames
Frank Leslie, John Zanders and Clyde
Minard. Others present were Mes
dames Cyril McCurdy, B. W. Dunn,
Esto EUis, Miranda Way, C. C- South
ard, W. P. Laws, H. A. Graybeel, Geo.
Taylor, Elton Savage, Leland Peart,
Birdie Skeels, Blanch Davis, Frank
Schram, Walter Oerding, W. A. Ire
land, Londa Peart, Robert Lawrence,
Louis Fugleson, R. T. Slater, Henry
Belloni, R. B. Rogers, O. S. Larson,
At Srfaway you
M. Allard, Ernest Purvance, Ernest
can buy mors
Adamson and K. P. Lawrence.
Babes Melody Kings) to furnish the
- - is
• going to strut her
music and - Babe
stuff by playing, The Lucky Strike
Hit Parade, augmented by an all re
quest program, with the ever popular
harmony twins, singing a new num
bers. In fact Babe says it wiU be a
different program than has ever been
seen in Coquille. So brothers try
and be there. We are still talking
Eagles Home and it looks like there
might be something materializ in a
short time. See you at meeting to
LINCOLN SCHOOL NEWS
This week will see the close of the
student body ticket sale contest be
tween the home rooms. As yet the
outcome is doubtful as there are sev
eral of the groups that are running
very close for the lead. This contest
always creates considerable interest
among the students as it is very large
ly through the receipts of this sale
that the program of athletics is made
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Under the direction of Miss Edna
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School student publication, is very
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The group of B. & P. W. club ladies
who attended the state convention at
Klamath Falls over the week end re
ported a grand time. Festivities
started with a "Gay Nineties Party”
give* by the Klamath Falls dub
members in the Willard Hotel Satur
day evening. The room was decorat
ed to represent an old fashioned bar
room with individual tables, candle
light, etc. The hostesses were attired
in old fashioned garb, long dresses
with ruffles while some of the mem
bers wore snappy male attire. Pop
corn and soda pop were served at the
tables, Sunday morning the executive
council meeting was attended by Mrs.
Leona Bryant, state president, and
Mrs. Harriet Osika, state secretary.
At ten o’clock an open forum was held
in the Ilk» Temple. About >00 at
tended the noon luncheon at the Wil
lard Hotel where a splendid program
was presented. Those going from Co
quille were: Mesdames Leona Bryant,
Harriet Osika, Clara Bosserman,
Bertha Smith, Margarita Brodie, Inez
Chase, Geneva Norton, Misses Anita
Pageler and Lois Fenn.
Mrs. Harold Dey entertained her
bridge club Friday evening. Mrs.
Margarita Brodie won high score and
Mrs. Lorraine Perrott, low. At a
late hour delicious refreshments were
served. Present were: Mesdames
Geneva Norton, Evelyn Elliott, Fay
Waggoner, Mary Stevens, Margarita
Brodie, Lorraine Perrott, Maxine
Stevens and the hostess. The club
wUl meet Oct IB, with Mrs. Perrott.
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Mrs J. L. Aaeen of North Bend,
formerly of Coquille, was pleasantly
surprised Monday when a group of
friends from Coquille arrived in hon
or of her birthday. Following a de
licious noon luncheon, contract bridge
was enjoyed. Mrs. A. B. Collier won
high score and Mrs. Frank Thrift,
second. Mrs. Aasen received a lovely
This paper is issued periodically. than it has been for some time in the
the year and ...
is always 'past. New equipment includes jer
eagerly received by the students. seys, pants, and helmets.
The Lincoln School football squad
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Coach Charles Meyer reports that
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members are not lacking in fighting
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The team is much-better equipped
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