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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1939)
Myrtle Point News
Warren Deyoe attended a Fox and
Mink Breeders association meeting
Sunday at the Nawlin mink ranch
south of Bandon.
Gian Wagner and Wilfred Neal left
Tuesday for San Francisco to visit
the fair on Treasure Island. They
will be gone about 10 days.
SENTINEL COqUUXt. OBBOON
Willis Lawrence of Grady Creek curtain.
went to Myrtle Point Monday to buy
his winter supply of food since it is
Thirty-one students signed up for
so hard to come out to the highway tryouts for the new glee club yhich i
in the winter time
Mias Rowland is organizing this year. .
A. H. Bender received his prem It is expected that a small number '
iums for the large pumpkin and po in the group will be chosen to fur
tatoes which he entered in the gen nish vocal music for between-acts
eral exhibits at the Coos county fair. entertainment during the forthcom
ing play, “The Ghost Chaser.’*
He had blue ribbon on both.
Later on in the year all the usable
The Three Links club of the Re
bekah lodge of Myrtle Point met voices will be organized in a school
with Mrs. Jennie Rackleff Friday, glee club.
with 14 present
They enjoyed a No School October 2«
Because of the annual teachers’ in
lunch and visited in the afternoon.
stitute in Marshfield on October 20,
the Riverton schools, like all others
in the county, will be closed for the
KLAMATH No. 2
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. Junior Toast’n Jam Set complete
The grade school music classes are I with walnut tray, two colorful mar-
working on the operetta, “Hansel and I malade dishes, and the Toastmaster
Gretel," a miniature version of the non-automatic Junior Toaster for only
famous opera by the same name $850. Hooton Electric Shop. ’
which has been produced many times
in the Metropolitan Opera House in
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New York. One of the best known
songs in the operetta is the “Prayer,"
which is used as the ’theme music* for
the Ford weekly symphony hour over
“Hsnsei and Gretel”
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewellen start
ed their vacation Friday by leaving
for Portland where they attended the
Oregon-Stanford football game. Mr.
Lewellen is employed by Shell Oil Co.
Bud Bell drove to Portland Satur
day to attend the Oregon-Stanford
At a quiet ceremony performed at
the home of Rev. W. C. Smith on the
Coquille-Marshfield highway Friday
Cast of Characters For Operetta
Joe Mast, master of Myrtle Grange,
afternoon Miss Ann Smith, daughter called the grange members in the
Hansel, Velma Giggs; Gretel,
of the late W. B. Smith, became the Norway community Monday announc
Claudia Lee Varney; Mother, Gladys
bride of Kenneth Button, son of Mrs. ing that there would be a special
Domenighine; Father, (Peter the
Myrtle Button. The bride was very meeting of grange Tuesday night for
broomaker,)- Eugene Bosco; Sand
attractive in a plum colored wool nomination of officers.
man, Janet Johnson; Dawn Fairy,
dress with black accessories. Miss
Alice Garoutte; The Cooky Witch,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clever and ehil-
Eda Smith, sister of the bride, was i dren of southern California, were
Alma Smith; Echo, Velma Daniel
The Riverton high school livestock
bridesmaid, attired in brown wool Friday callers at the Bert Clavor
By special arrangement with Mr. son; Angles, Charlotte Bogard, Cleo
judging team spent the week end in
and Fritz Hull acted as best man. The ■ home, the former being a cousin of
Knight, Gladys Domenighine, Gwen
Portland where they competed in Howard, the Riverton ferry man, the
young couple left immediately after Mr. Claver; they had not seen each
dolyn Rogers, Sadie Church, Velma
livestock judging with other teams
the ceremony for a short wedding other for many years.
and for 30 minutes after the school Danielson, Billy Hepler, Dorothy
from schools throughout the north-
trip to Gold Beach and around the
Norman Williams of Newberg was ! west. Those who made the trip were: event is ovpr for three times per Adams, Fred Johnson, Lola White,
loop through Grants Pass, returning
a visitor at the J. C. Lett home last Erwin Plaep, Ernest Kight, Keith month at the direction of the school. Betty Gibbs, Dorothy Jeffrey, Betty
home Sunday night. They will make
week. He brought his mother, Mrs. Young, Dick Bemetz, and Carroll Ry- Persons who wish to use the ferry Sell; Witches, Freda Johnson, Lola
their home on Ash street. Mr. But Sarah Williams, down to her home in
White, Cleo Knight, Billy Hepler,
craft, Smith-Hughes agriculture in at thia time may do so free of charge.
ton' is employed by the Myrtle Gold Myrtle Point and spent several days structor.
There will be a free ferry for the Gloria Haga, and Charlotte Bogard.
purpose of transporting people across Technical Staff
here visiting relatives.
Thursday night Kenneth Button
Stage manager, Ted Minor; assis
the river for “The Ghost Chaser” on
Friends of Mrs. Emil Peterson will
Miss Dorothy Rowland spent the October 20.
tant, Elvin Fetch; head carpenter,
was honor guest at the Bachelor’s be glad to hear that she is at her
Verlin Sell; assistants. Jack White,
party at the home of Vernon Pearson. home in Norway and is improving week end in Eugene visiting her par
ents, and celebrating her birthday. Fire Chief Staten
Junior Norris and Glenn Sell; fi
Pinochle was in play during the eve nicely.
(She declined to state which one!)
James Staten, Junior, has accepted nancial manager, Donald Sell; adver
ning. Those present were: Merle
Mr. and Mrs. Pointer left Wednes 8h! Not A Word! ! !
the job of school fire chief for the tising managers, Billy Chalmers and
Lee, Ralph Whitaker, Fritz Hull,
day morning for San Francisco to at
“The spook is tramping down the year. He is making a check on the Emery Thompson; dressing room
Thomas Lemon, the honored guest
tend the fair on Treasure Island. empty corridor. He stops, raises the fire fighting equipment in the school helpers, Ida Gittbs and Margaret
and host. At a late hour they en
They expect to be gone 10 days.
lid ot a laundry chest, and disappears house and gym. The early part ot Lundy.
joyed a lunch at a restaurant In town.
Don Trigg, son of Mrs. Rufus Ry- inside. The ’Spook chaser’ opens the next week he expects to appoint as Other Choruses
Miss Dorothy Jacobson, who re
lander is attending Oregon State col chest and what does he find? You sistants who will man the various fire
Children of third, fourth, fifth and
cently was a major operative patient
lege this year.
will be telling your friends about extinguishers and other pieces of sixth grades. Primary children, spec
at the Mast hospital, was able to be
Mr. and Mrs. Caricker of Long that and many other seemingly un equipment and inspect all the rooms ial folk dances.
taken to her home at Port Orford
California, and their son and explainable things when you see the to see that every one is out of the
“Ghost Chaser,” a three-act mystery building.
Dr. C. O. Stem, chiropractic physi
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Guerin of wife, the son being on the police force
comedy, on Octobe 20, 21, at the
The janitors are also cooperating cian, foot correctionist, electric ther
Marysville, Calif., arrived Sunday
Riverton gym. 9
by trying to locate and eliminate all apist. 2S2 Moulton St, phone 89J. tf
for a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rackleff of Myrtle Point,
Your best friend may be the spook possible fire hazards from the build-
—but yoûll never know until the last
Callinc carda. 50 for 11.00.
Norman Williams arrived from and Mrs. Ralph Rackleff. Mr. and
Portland Friday for a few days visit Mrs. Caricker lived here many years
with old friends. He was accompan ago.
Mrs. Pheobe Harry of Coquille
ied by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wil
liams, who has been visiting in the spent Monday with Mrs. Arthur
Bennett and Mrs. Julia Leep.
northern city for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Claver of Texas,
Mr. and Mrs. John Belloni were
hosts Sunday at a lovely dinner at who visited here a short time ago with
their home on C. street They had the former’s parents and brother,
as guests Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rick Mr. and Mrs. Bert Claver of Norway,
man, of Portland, who have not and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Claver of
been here for 32 years Mr. and Mrs. Coquille, have returned here and
A. J. Nussel and Geraldine, Mrs. are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Viola Nicholson and Jimmie, and Claver for the present. They plan
Miss Marjorie Knight, all of Coquille, to make their home somewhere in
Mrs. Joe Knight of Eugene, James the Willamette valley, although no
Clinton, the Misses Dolores and , definite plans have been yet made;
Phyllis Belloni and Harold Belloni, to
i the exact location.
Mrs. Finley Schroeder spent Mon
aU of Myrtle Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arnold re day with her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence
turned Saturday from a few weeks Freeman of Fairview.
Joyce Schroeder is still not able to
visit to different points in California.
They visited the fair on Treasure Is attend school due to her infected
hands. She is at present staying with
land while there. f
Mr. and Mra, P. W. Laird drove to her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Freeman
Portland Friday, returning Monday. of Fairview.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boake of Ban
While there they attended the Ore
gon-Stanford game and the Stock don were Monday visitors of Mr. and
Show. They drove a new Chrysler Mrs. Ralph Rackleff.
Norway News Items
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1»M
CLOSES OCT. 29!
Better burry if you
want to toe the mort
beautiful Worlds Fair.
nr ths tmaim
TO SAM KAMCISCO'