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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1940)
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Those present were Me s sr s, and Mas-
dames LeRoy Swinney, Raymond
Schroeder, Ray Mattoon, Norman
Duffer Dunham and Roy Wheeler.
Halter of Myrtle Point, Alton Dungey,
Marian Clayton, Miss Evelyn Mattoon
and Mrs. A. B. Homing.
Members of the Eastern Star and
their families enjoyed a potluck din
ner Thursday evening. Tables were
arranged to form a five-pointed star
and were beautifully decorated with
fruits and vegetables, foilowing the
star outline. About eighty persons
attended the dinner. Maxine Jeub,
worthy matron, conducted a short
business meeting following dinner.
Yiuring the program after the meeting.
Mrs. R. E. Boober gave two readings,
Mrs. Mildred Tyrrell, acompanied by
Mrs. M. O. Hawkins, sang two num
bers and Muri Pettit showed techni
color movies of the fair and matters
of local interest. Mrs. H. R. Godard
was chairman of the dinner and Mrs.
Ralph Taylor had charge of the pro
Mrs. Oscar Mintonye and Mrs. Glen gram.
Homing entertained Saturday eve
Sally Bonney gave a Hallowe’en
ning at a Hallowje’en card party held
at the Horning home on Rink Creek. party Monday afternoon for some of
Decorations and favors carried the her playmates and school friends.
Hallowe'en motif. Chysanthemums Witches, jack o’lanterna and other
and autumn leaves were used about emblems of that night when spirits
the rooms. High scores at pinochle frolic were used by Sally when she
were held by Mrs. LeRoy Swinney arranged the decorations tor the re
and Raymond Schroeder. Consola- freshment table. Hallowe’en games
Showers Held For
Mrs. Stanley Furman, Marjory
Knight and Carol Young gave a sur
prise shower Thursday evening for
La Verne Knife, bride-elect of Eldon
Brodie, at the Young home. Cosmos
and zinnias were used effectively in
decorating the rooms. Refreshments
were served soon after the gifts were
opened. Molded ice cream hearts,
fancy cup cake and cookies gave the
refreshments a bridal air.
present were Mesdames Margarita
Brodie, John Norton. Craig Perrott,
Harold Stevens, Tom Stevens, Dale
Elliott, Harold Dey, Joe Sinko, Keith
Cribbs, Melden Carl, Marion Clayton,
Roy Podvent, Hode Caughell, Dick
Christensen, Ray Vaughan, Russell
Brown, Orville Newton, R. B. Knife,
Ed Brodie, of Norway, James Lewel
len, of Myrtle Point, H. A. Young,
Stanley Furman, the Misses Vesta
Miley, Harriet Webb; Eva Schroeder,
La Verne Knife, Marjorie Knight and
Carol Young. -
Rogers, R. B. Knife, Henry E h . s ,
Frank Schram, Harold Gould, Haruij
Hateber, -, L.P.
L. P. Fugalson, Harold Bead-
ner, Wm. Faden, O. L. Newton, i. w
Oddy, Ed Brodie of Myrtle Point,
Vesta Soper, Jack Knife, Iola Moore.
Birdie Skeels, A. T. Morrison. Sam
Nosier, Gladys Gano, Clyde Minard.
Wm. Heart, Darrel Cox, Martha Mul
key, Martin Pinkston,' Bert Ferry,
Monroe Swindell, George Wasson,
Lawrence Kelley, Marion Clayton,
Zell Young, Reed, Pauline Rigby.
Grover Gouthier, Chas. Newton, Em
ma Dräne, E. M. Wilson, T. R. Slater,
Leland Peart, Goo. Taylor, Carl Reit-
man, H. N. Lorenz, Libbie Peterson,
Carl Anderson, the Misses Jessie
Knife, Ade Knife, Helen King. Eliza
beth Kleiner, Blanche Bandon, Myrtle
DeLong, Dorothy Belle Newton, Don
na Dean Posserman, Marie Clinton,
Virginia Swindell, Elois Wilson, Mary
Elja Cary and Gertrude Mehl
Mrs. Inez Pinkston, Mrs. C. C. Mc
Curdy and Mrs. E. C. Finley gave a
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