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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1940)
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Mr. and Mrs H. M.
Pleasant Point, near P
Ft iday for Portland to
riage of their son. J
bride was Mias Helen
land. For the pest ti
young Mac Lean has
of ana of the departi
Meyer Stores in Po
J. H. Drulmer, a
has been building a
shed at Swift's Non
during the past week. The
was too small to take care
Mr. and Mrs. E, F.
ing today in their ca
trait, Mich. On their
will be driving a new
be a well deserved vi
Mr. and Mrs.
Soper and Mr.
will be at the
Mrs. Gus B*
Kellenberger home Monday
Mi Kellenberger. Sr . wa
home from Portland by his
fred, arriving at 2 a.
He was at the clinic
and then was takei
hospital. He is mi
provement from his
Others who called at the
plays to be presented this
1 riday evening. Nov. 8, at the gym.
In May With June.", presented by
he Juniors and Sophomores with the
allowing cast. June Sommers, a girl
of the farm, Virginia King; Polly
Sommers. her 18 year old aiol«r
Fol- Yvonne Holycross; Elsie Hopkins, a
neighbor, Bernice Lillie; Aunt Della
Loving, June's maiden aunt, Ruth
Schrader; Charlie Wilson, a young
farm neighbor. Junior Gulstrom; Ben
ny Jenkins, a young farm hand, Bruce
Bishop; Tim Hawkins, a deputy sher-
, iff. Delbert Hayes; Jimmy Junes, one
of the Jones boys. David Bishop
4- “Luncheon for Six” presented by
Mr. and Mis. Morris Hendrix
daughters were guests of Mr.
. Mrs. Henry Clifford in Powers last
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Richardson,
| Glenda and Melva spent last Friday,
* Saturday and Sunday in Roseburg.
* ‘ 11/
hand as the result of an acident last
' week, when an extension ladder fell,
’ catching the hook between his thumb
I and forefinger, tearing a terrible,
Miss Jane Roper, of Santa Crpz,
California, came in last Thursday
evening to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Roper.
i Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Doyle and Jane
i spent last Sunday visiting in Arago,
which brought in quite a bit of cash.'
j The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
’ W. E. Foote acted as secretary-cash-
Hiram Shoop, of Fairview, bom last
■ ier. It wa* a great night for the kid- ji
• Thursday at Coquille, died two hours
nd it pleased the older ones
them enjoy themselves Mrs.
I S. B. Hendrix, of Fairview, entered
ogh is exceptionally good in Rackleff, Edgar Barton, who knows the Coquille Hospital Monday morn-
lg how to pull entertaining Jim. Gerald Woodward; George ; ing for treatment of a badly bruised
out of the hat.
Steward, who knows Mary, Everett ‘right foot. He was injured while
We had our first frost of the sea- Biondell.
Special music between , working on the railroad and dropped
! a bar
his foot. No bones were
a Friday morning, Nov. 4. and plays. Admission 10c and 25c.
i so light that it did little dam-
Mrs. H. E. Watkins, Mrs. Marvin broken.
A fire was enjoyed
■Shaw. Mrs. Rollin Bishop and Mrs. ‘ George
Brownsori and Raymond
S. C. McAllister attended a Leaders Norris motored to Grants Pass last
training meeting held at the Christian week-end. ■
church in Coquille Monday. There
Ellen Ellis returned to school Tues
will be a community recreational day, after being absent last week
meeting held at the Arago gym Wed folowing a tonsilectomy at the Belle
of ap- nesday. Nov. 13, with Mrs. H. E. Wat- Knife Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clarke,
Portland spent Friday, Saturday and
Sunday visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Hall, while looking
ever VuMrirM irtttrttrsta -di-
County Sheep Co.
Miss Marvene Henigan had the mis-
fortune to break her leg last Thurs
day. She fell from her bicycle,
breaking one bone Just above the
ankle and has returned home after
spending two days in the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis have moved
to Fairview from Myrtle Point.
Probate Court Cases
Oct. 31—John A. Sukurski, of Lar
son Inlet, was last Thursday appoint
ed administrator of the $2000 estate
left by Anton K. Sukurski, who died
Appraisers named were
Thomas Peake, C. F. McCulloch and
Rutherford Wheeler, of Aloha, Ore.,
was yesterday named as administra
tor of the 8800 estate left by Ina
Wheeler,' who died last Sunday.
Martin Russell, Harry Walker and
John W. Johnson were appointed ap
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Everyone is cordially invited to come.
There will be games for everyone and
a good time is expected.
The regular monthly Missionary
meeting will be held Friday afternoon
at the church with Mrs. Stanley Hal
ter and Mrs. Wayne Woodward as
to have a Beautiful Ne^
_ .Arago News
Funeral services were held Thurs
day afternoon at the Brethren church
in Myrtle Point for Mrs. Julia Root
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