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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1940)
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C. of C. To Ask
Make A Break
With practically all the chambers
of commerce replying favorably to
the Coquille chamber’s letter of a few
wss ki ago in regard to a reorganiza-
Dr. J. D.
Dr. CL G.
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On August 31 there was in
Play Here Saturday
P. V. D.
Marshfield High which won a close
7 to d victory over Myrtle Point last
Saturday, will be here Saturday to
the qpWlM i IM Devils in the second
Ervin L. Peterson, candidate for
county judge on the republican ticket,
waa a Coquille visitor Tuesday. He
is making a systematic campaign over
the county and says things as« looking
pretty fair from his angle.
He also said that from his
sations with ranchers, dairy,
boring and business men, he
that Coos county is likely to be
in the republican column, as ter as
the •national head of the ticket is con
cerned, at next month’s election.
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Dewey Brown, of Portland, was a
visitor in our city over the week-end.
Mr. Brown, past president of The
Oregon Democratic League and of the
Willis Mahoney Clubs of Oregon, like
many other staunch democrats, has
hopped on the Willkie band wagon.
Terming the republican candidate
“the greatest guy on earth,” Mr.
Brown has started on a statewide
tour in Wiilkie’s behalf.
Mr. Brown was one of the favored
ones who rode on the Willkie special
train through Oregon with the presi
dential candidate and during the trip
formed his opinion concerning Mr.
Willkie. He predicts an overwhelmng
majority vote for Willkie in this state.
, Guests In The
Funeral services are to be con
ducted at Schroeder Bros.’ Mortuaries
at two o’clock this afternoon for John
A Young, M-year old resident of
Riverton, who died there Monday af
Rev. E. C. Swanson will officiate at
the services and interment is to be
in the Odd Fellows cemetery at Ban
The deceased is survived by two
sisters, Mrs. Winnie Rockhold and
Mrs.’ May Tucker, both of Riverton.
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Harold E. DePree, forger, was
brought to the county jail here last Buys Beauty Shop
Thursday from Spokane by Sheriff
Miss Bette Yeoman, daughter at A. R. Terrell
and Mra. D. V. Yeoman of Fair-
Another new tenant in the county
ML ta Ralph O. Panse, at Tillamook view, and who was a graduate oil |$ ImprOVinO
county, who waa fined tSO in Justice C. H. 8. in 1Í1#, thia week purchased
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Thirty-seven Aliens i
Alton Grimes, registrar af aliens
at the Coquille postoffice, reporta that
17 have registered to date with nearly
three months yet before the Dec. 17
dead line is reached far others to come
in and register.