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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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by Catherine Maynard, Telephone 185-L
Mrs P. J. Culver gave an informal
tea Wednesday for her house guest,
Mrs. Bemadean Wilson, of Portland.
Many of Mis Wilson’s local friends
called during the afternoon.
Ellis Dement of Myrtle Point, and
Mrs. Ernest Watkins of Arago were
out of town guests.
Mrs. A. J. Sherwood, assisted by
Mrs. L. L Bonney, Entertained mem
bers of the Justamere club for lunch
eon Thursday afternoon. Vigorous
discussion of the political situation
diverted members from the sewing
which generally occupies them dur
ing their meetings. Those present
were Mesdames O. C. Sanford, Bert
Folsom, J. L. Smith, R. A. Wemich,
W. S. Sickles, F. L. Greenough, L. H.
Hazard. M. O. Hawkins, L. L. Bonney,
and a guest, Mrs. George Bryant.
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Mrs. W. ,T. Schroeder entertained
members of the Co-Workers club
Thursday at a Hallowe'en party.'
Needlework busied club members be
fore their potluck lunch. After lunch,
the group turned to Hallowe’en
games. Mrs. Melvin Schroeder won
a fine, decorated pumpkin for her
skill at the games. Mrs. Charles Don
dono won the club prize.
prizes went to Mrs. Genie Chase, Mrs.
Ora Bell, Mrs. Charles Dondono and
Catherine Schroeder. Autuma flow
ers, jack o’lantems and harvest fruits
and vegetables gaves the party rooms
a festive appearance. Next meet
ing of the group will be with Mrs.
Guests at the meeting were Mesdames
Z. C. Strang, Bertha Wilson, Fred
McNair, of Susanville, Calif., and
Kanneta Bennet. Members present
were Mesdames John McNair, Melvin
Schroeder. Catherine Schroeder, Clar
ence McNair, Adna Holycross, Chas.
Dondono, Ora Bell. Jim Childs, Genie
Chase, James McGuffin, Homer Det
wiler, Laura McNair, Alfa Young and
W. H. Schoeder.
The membership committee of the
Business and Professional Women's
club had charge of the organisation’s
potluck dinner, held Monday eve
ning at Guild hall. Members of the
committee are Florence Barton, chair
man, Hazel Hanna and Edna Robison.
Tables, arranged in horseshoe shape,
were decorated with autumn flowers.
During dinner. Ruth Beyers, accom
panied by Ines Rover, led the group
in singing “God Bless America.“ Af
ter dessert, games wtere played at the
table. Anne Barton won first prise
and Leia Elrod, second prise, for
their good answers. Lust year’s si
lent sisters were revealed and new
sisters were drawn.
Ellen Braxton, club president, con
ducted the business meeting after
dinner. A feature of the meeting was
the fine article, entitled "Vote,” writ
ten and read by Florence Barton.
led « a asiuro
the presidential candidates: Demo
crats hee-hawed when their candidate
was mentioned, while republicans
toot-tooted for their man.
nouncement wgs made concerning a
Conference sponsored by the Astoria
club at the Gearhart hotel. Several
local members announced their in
tention of accepting the Astoria
finance committee chairman, an
nounced that plans were under way
te give a ae ri e s of 4revelling supper»
to raise money. New members voted
into the club were Cleona Hill, Al
berta Tyrrell. Anne Barton and Leia
Club members and their guests at
tending the meeting were Jennie
Price, Clara Stauff, Ida Oerding, Bon
nie Walker, Myrtle De Long, Eva
Stevens, Annie Robinson, Edith Wal
ton, Leia Elrod, Jane Brault, Ruth
Beyers, Inez Rover, Ellen Braxton,
Clara Little, Naomi Crews,
Saylor, Hazel Hanna, Harriet Osika,
Salma Caughell, Geneva Norton, Pa
tricia Peart, Martha Mulkey. Dorothy
Bishop, Cys Biegger, May Barton,
Florence Barton, Edna Robison, Anne
Barton, Cherie Mae Hartwell, Dale
Claver, Lydia Holstien, Allee Laffer
ty, Ethel Roop, Alberta Tyrrell and
Nov. 1—Jack Laverne Smith and
Arlie Marie Aasen both of Coquille
Nov. 1—Marvin Henry Blenz and
Lillette Anna Houston, both of
Marshfield They were married here
by Justice Barton at his office last
Nov. 1 — Thomas Sturgeon and
Helen McGlothem, both of Marsh
Nov. B—Goo. H. Elliott and Fran
ces A. Jaire, both of Marshfield. They
were married by Justice Olson at his
office in North Bend last Saturday.
Nov. 3—Richard Alfred Jacobson
and Bernice Gierke, both of Eastaide.
Nov. 3—Ivan Jesse Robison, of
Arago, and Laura Belle McNair, of
Coquille. They were marired here
Saturday by Rev. G. A. Gray at his
Nov. 4—Keith H Mtotanye, of
Crescent City, and Mary Margaret
Dye, of Myrtle Point
Nov. B—Bertie A. Peterson and Le
ona Kibbey, of Marshfield.
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mother, Mrs. R. E. Harbison, and by
the troup leader, Mrs. Charles Mey
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Campfire group at a Hallowe’en party
Thursday evening. Guests arrived in
masquerade costume. Lail Shuck won
a prize for pinning a hut on the witch.
Roes Marie Peart was rewarded for
being the fastest jigsaw puzzle work
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of a mental gymnastics game. Elab
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proper atmosphere to the Harbison
home. Refreshments, planned by the
hostess, were enthusiastically received
Those present were: Carol Gray, Sally
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