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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1940)
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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barklow
came in Tuesday evening from Grants
Paas where Mr. Barklow has been
employed most of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eart Edgmon and
Kenneth, of Bandon, were Arago vis
itors last Thursday,'
Mrs. A. T Hill, of La Grande, visit,
ed at the home of her.daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Watkins,
from Sunday till Friday last wAk.
Miss Mary Watkins returned to her
home on Hall’s Creek last Sunday af
ter visiting at Portland for a short'
time. Miss Jean Watkins, who had
been visiting relative« in California,
loois, spent the week-end at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Aaaen.
Stephen Aaaen left Wednesday for
Pullman, Washington, where be will
attend Washington State this year.
The Arago ladies were very much
surprised and pleased when they won
first prize an their booth at the coun
ty fair last week and they wish to
thank everyone who helped in any
way by donating their time or their
Albert Lillie came in from the Pow
ers logging camp Friday and spent the
week-end with his family at Arago.
Mrs. Clarence Mullen, Mary Ann
and Jimmie left Monday for Port
land and Troutdale, where they will
visit relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McBain and
family moved to Coquille last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McQuigg moved
to Coquille this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hampton re
turned home Monday from Salem,
where they went to atttend the state
Mrs. Alvin Fredenberg, of Lang
lois, visited at the S. C. McAllister
Mr. and Mrs. John Hellberg, of
Oregon City, spent the week-end at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hamp-
Donald Peterson, who has been ab
sent from school since he fell off the
slide and broke his arm, was able to
return to school again Monday.
Pat Milani, of Klamath Falls, was a
Thursday visitor at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Adrian Halter.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Mullins, and
family, who have been living on the
Ben Moomaw ranch, moved away
George Hampton has been busy get
ting ready for the Pacific Interna
tional Stock show st Portland. He
is taking cheese from the Coos Bay
Mutual factory and cranberries from
the J. K. Baker cranberry bog at
J. D. Root left Tuesday for Gren
ada, California, where ho will re
main for about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Potts, of Sum
ner and Mrs. Josh Ruble, of Coquille,
were Thursday dinner guests of-Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Halter, Mrs.
Wayne Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Myers and Oliver, Mrs. Wlnnifred
Ray and Harold Loe, Mrs. Ora Well
man and Billie Brown, of Myrtle
Point, drove to Humbug Mountain
last Sunday and
Thurman Pauli and Miss Florence
Owensby, of the Roy district, were
married last Saturday.
Raymond Bunn, of Gray’» River,
Washington, visited at the J. D. Carl
home one day test week.
Mrs. Dora Hanly, of Lamp Creek,
is visitinf at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Clarence J3chroeder.
The regular weekly Bible study was
held Thursday evening at the church
with H. E. Watkins leading the dis
cussion on the 21st chapter of Luke.
Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs.
I B. Sevy, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wat
kins, Mf and Mrs. Robt. Munford,
Mrs. Lynn Schrader, Mrs. Ward
Evans, Mrs J. D. Root, Mr. and Mrs.
S. C McAllister and Miss Ruth Wood
ward. They will meet again this
Thursday at • p. m.
Rev. Hugh Mltchelmore, of Myrtle
Point, conducted the regular Sunday
morning church service.
school followed with an attendance
of 38. There were no evening ser
vices. Services will be held again
next Sunday as follows: preaching at
10 a. m. and Sunday school at 11 a. tn.
Rev. T. R. Jackman will bring an
other group of pictures of the Holy
Lands to Arago next Tuesday, Sept.
24. Everyone is invited to attend.
Ladies Aid will meet again next
Wednesday, Sept. 25.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rackleff left
Wednesday for their home in San
Francisco after a few da»' visit at
the Lawrence Rackleff home.
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