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driver, today’s motorist must thor
88.35 to 8.75; medium to
and music for dancing was furnished
oughly understand traffic regulations
to 8.00; common 36 50
by the Oregon Little Wranglers. Short
responsibilijie« attendant to us
Slaughter ewes, good to choice >3.50
Howard, of Coquille talks were given by several whose
Mrs. Lois Bunch, of Rtrtk creek,
to 4.00. Feeder lambs, good to choice ing
visiting at the home of
near Coquille, spent last We<
The Livestock Market at the Port 37.25 to 7.75. Shorn lambs *7.75.
its, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. for this section are so greatly appre at the A. R. Bennett home.
practices of safe driving are, stressed
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Clyde Collier and his Southern Pa I land Union Stock Yards, North Port-
and strict observance of traffic regu
___ bridge crew
weekly Bible study was was served late in the evening
been in the land, for the week ended November
J lations are emphasized. In addition,
Norway and Myrtle Point districts for «b, showed a day to day advance in
y evening at the church
the many little points connected with
the past several days, making repairs the hog prices. From the Monday
J. D. Root leading the discussion
expert driving are explained and
tiie third chapter of John. Those
demonstrated so that the beginner
The Fairview Home Economics was a former Coquille boy and has i advanced until at the week end truck-
attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Students of Coquille high school learns the right way to drive instead
Root and John Paul. Mr and Mrs. Club met at the home of Mrs. Glenn been with the 8. P. Co. for quite a | b»8 weighing 170 to 215 lbs. were will be offered the opportunity of of picking up bad habits which are
-I 1 bringing ««
of * years and ‘ is __________
priqes re learning to drive an automobile in a
Robert Munford. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Richardson on Wednesday of last number
sometimes difficult to overcome."
mained steady throughout the week, modem safety driving school when a
Schrader. John Root. William Stauff, week for the November meeting. The man in his chosen work.
Classes are held each week during
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schroeder, with “« ««rly advance of 25c in fed seven-weeks course will be started
Mias Ruth Woodward. I. B. Sevy and ladies enjoyed a potluck luncheon
the course, one phase of driving being
Mrs. S. C. McAllister. They will meet at noon and spent the afternoon sew who have been milking their herd of «leers. The outlet was dependable here Nov. 13, under the auspices of taken up at each session.
again next Tuesday at eight p. m.
ing and chatting and exchanged cows at their Norway farm for some .in the sheep alleys, with a good per Earl Snell, secretary of state. Mr. classes, students are expected to prac
Mi. and Mrs. James Lewellen, of household hints.
Members present time on account of using the feed centage of the wooled truck-in lambs Snell sponsors these schools as a tice in order to master t|ie various
Myrtle Point, were week-end guests were Mesdames C'. A? Hdlverstctt, them, have moved their herd back to : bringing 38.50. There were 2,150 eat- part of his state-wide traffic safety
steps as they go along. A competent
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cortland Ellis, Charles Geitner, Ray their Fox bridge farm on the North j Ue- 225 calves, 3.800 hogs and 1,900 program.
instructor is in charge of the work
Students 15 years of age or older at all times and parents are invited to
Representative J. H. McCloskey th« P“rt week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Snyder and bell and two children, Ray Deadmond,
aie eligible to enroll, registrations to attend any classes.
”-• ■ - from
- ■ hospital
ctiildien of Coquille, were Saturday Albert Thommen. Clarence Dead-
Mon- •' This week’s market opened Monday be left at the high school. Each pu
and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.’ mond. Clara Kibler, the hostess, Mrs. day and went to his Norway home. with 21325 c*ttle, 120 calves, 1,950 pils must furnish his own car, but
Calling cards. 50 tot 51.00.
Glenn Richardson, and Misa Carrie He suffered a compound fracture of ho*! and
sheep,/or sale on^t,
driva»’« license is required tor the
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. left . leg two months
Clarence Mullins and Gordon Flem
course. Cars must be driven to and
ing diove to Medford Wednesday, wltli
Mrs, , Thomtnen.
i struck by in auto as he was crossing ■ The cattle market was generally on from the school by licensed operators,
J. A.. Deadmond spent last Mon- the highway. He has been cared for • steady price 'basis, but the trade however.
where they went to take Earl Mullins
in the Thomas Hospital at Myrtle
somewhat slower. There were a
who has been visiting in Arago. -
day la Roseburg.______________ «
Instruction is given in the proper
When he is _________
able to get
out of 8<xxl ___
manF ,ldes oi .
and “hort method of starting a motor, use of
Miss Luela Lawton was happily Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Woodward,
•e he mav
may be on crutches for ! ied steer«
sleel'8 at 38 65 to 9.00,
9 00, with a few the clutch, shifting gears, turning and
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Barklow surprised last Wednesday evening ¿lie house,
drove to Portland Monday morning. when folks -of the valley gathered at some time. His many friends are glad Ioada of longer fed offerings 3» 25 to backing, parallel parking, stopping
, 39.75. ' Common to medium heifers and starting on hills and general care
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Myers accompanied the church to wish her a. happy birth- he Is able to return to his' home.
them as far as, Qsegun Ciy. where day. After Miss Lawton opened her j a . Kellenberger is improving rap sold around 38-00 to 8.25, with a few of the car. At the first session, the
fed heifers at >8.50 to 8.75. Plain instructor outlines the work to be
Uiey went for aj visit.
gift, which was a lovely wrist watch, idly from his recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs.' J. D. Carl and Mrs. the evening was spent playing games.
Miss Rose Kellenberger, who is em- dairy cows met with a good outlet at covered in the school and discusses
Lawrence Rackleff and Maxine drove Refreshments of cake and punch were ployed at Los Angeles, Calif., arrived »brong prices. Medium to good bulls rules and regulations pertaining to
to Corvallis over the week-end to served. Those present were W. F. home for a week’s visit Sunday. She *°ld at 36.50 to 7-00, with ^ew upward operation of motor vehicles in Ore
37-25. Good to choice vealers sold gon. All subsequent classes feature
attend the football game. Mr. and Byerly, Mrs. Nordsted and Lavaun,; u employed at making filters for j
Made to Order
j ; i „
Mrs. Carl drove on to McMinnville Mrs. Althea Harrah, Mrs. Earl Steen cameras.
instruction with the student at the
Cariota hogs sold at an advance wheel of his car.
and spent the night with their son and Bopby, Mrs. Mary Diggs, Mrs. T
Mike Danields held a public auc-
nnd family, Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth H. Benham, Dorothy Page, Dorothy tian sale at his Norway headquarters of 25c «xnpared to the previous Mon-
“The Operation of an automobile
mov*n< at 36.65 for tops. The
Carl. They all returned home Sun and Colleen Farmer, Vesta and Donna last Saturday. There will be an-
in the complicated traffic of today in
Jean Duncansoh, Louise Crumley, other sale on Saturday, Nov. 23. They | »«rket was active and truck-ins
t Ryan, Lorraine are held every two weeks en Satur- weighing 170 to J15 lbs. bulked at volves more than the mere knowledge
Front & Willard
Mr. and Mrs. George Hampton vis Loree Saylor, Marge
of shifting gears and steering," Snell
ited friends in Oregon City over the Norris, Faye Waldo, Patricia Wheat, days. They say bring in anything $6.50 to 5.50, with a few up to 36.65 declared. “In order to be a safe
-i f ?8.5 >'■
Clara and Leatrice Hendrix, Barbara you have to sell and they will dispose late. Butchers from 230 to 270 lbs.
earned 85.90 to 6.00, with some in
Mrs. Harvey Myers was able to re Barton, Genevieve Berry, Shirley of it tor you.
turn home from the Knife Hospital Bailey,
Mike Daniels has the framework the rail divisions up to 36.15. Pack
Hooker, Elmer Goodwin, Wilmer and up for a new barn he is'building on ing sows ranged generally from 34.50
The regular monthly Missionary David Northup, John Saylor, Law his property.
The sheep market was active and
.neeting was held Friday afternoon at rence Ryan, Raymond Norris, Rolph
Carl L. Harris, of Prescott, Arizona,
Good to choice
the church with Mrs. Stanley Halter Zenor. Ray Comar; Frank Snodgrass arrived here Tuesday morning. He strong Monday.
and Mrs. Wayne Woodward as host- and Wsirren Dow. Those absent who will be here for an indefinite stay. Mr. trucked in wooled lambs bulked at
It is with appreciation that I take this means to thank
,-ases and tire following program: song, also gave for Jthe gift were Mrs. R. J. Harris is a son-in-law of A. Kellen 88.35 to 8.50, with one outstanding lot
“i Love to Tell the
;’’ prayer by Holverstott, Mrs. Kenna Hughes, Mrs. berger and he is going to handle the to 38.90. A carlot of 98 lb. good to
the voters of Coos County for the fine support which elected
reading, Joe Berkheimer, Mrs. Fred Johnson, line of McNess goods until such a choice lambs cashed at 88.75. Good
Mrs. Ward E-.anF,
me assessor. The people of the county as a whole have
Mrs. Mrs. Don Phillips, Arden Harrah and time as Mr. Kellenberger is fully re slaughter ewes weee steady, selling
shown that they have faith in me.
X D. R^l; readMSL. Mrs. IL E. Wat- Harold Norjjst
covered and able to take up his sales up to 84-00.
faith will be met with respect
tins. Mrs. Ward Evans, Mrs. X D.
Verp. Kenisoq, a former resident of manship 1 duty again.
and courtesy, whenever any of the
Root, Mrs. Tyrrell Woodward, Mrs Fairview who now lives at Monmouth, I 1 Mr and Mrs. A. R. Bennett enter on prices being paid in Monday’s
itanley Halter; vocal duet. Mrs. I. i Oregon, and a brother of Mrs. G. B. tained Sunday evening at a six o’clock trading:
property owning public comes in con
Cattle: Good grain-fed steers 39.50
X Sevy and Mrs. S. C. McAllister. ‘ Dow is very ill with heart trouble.
dinner, at their nice new home. Those
tact with me or my office.
fhoee answering to the roll call were
Mrs. Harty Hubbell was treated at ( present were Mr. arid Mrs. Eldon to 9.75. Good grass steers 38.25 to
If at any time there may be a differ
Meadames Tyrrell Woodward, L. A. the Coquille hospital last Saturday Brodie, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. MacLean, 9.00. Good grain-fed heifers 38.50
of opinion between me and any
dyers. O. H. Aasen, E. J. Myers, Law- . foe severe burns on her hip and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bender, Ellsworth to 8.75. Good grass heifers, 37.75 to
property owner, I will be more than
s Barklow, 1. B. Sevy.Ward Evans, ankle. She was scalded when a pan Bender, Mrs. Mary Gage, Mrs. Mary 8.25. Good beef cows 86.50 to 7.25,
Miller, J. D. Root. H. E Watkins, of hot water overturned.
glad to assist them in bringing their
B. Bennett, Mrs. Julia Leep and the medium 85.25 to 6.25, common 34.50
Stanley Halter, Mayne Woodward and
Jack Stark had the misfortune to hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett. They to 54J0, canners 83.25 to 4.00. Bulls,
claim before the board of equalisa
S. C. McAllister. A short business lose the end of the front forefinger on celebrated the November birthdays medium to good 86.25 to 7.00, com
meeting was held with the president, his right hand while doing mechanical I for Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bennett, Mrs. mon 85.00 to 6.00. Vealers, good to
shall advise with and pay due atten
Mrs. L. A. Myers, in charge. The work on the lumber truck at Mary Gage and Eldon Brodie and the
Hogs: Good to choice carlots 36.65;
tion to the board of equalization, and not feel that my dig
president appointed a nominating the Deadmond Bros, sawmill, on Mon ‘ wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs.
committee as follows: Mrs. Albert day afternoon. The finger was cut H. M. MacLean. Those being honored 170 to 215 truckins 36.50 to 5.50; 230
nity is offended if their judgment conflicts with mine. Again
Lillie. Mrs. Albert Gulstrom and Mrs. ( off betwetn the first joint and the naU. were
recipients of remembrance to 285 lb. butchers 85.90 to 6.15;
I thank you for your support, and hssure the public of cour
lightweight butcher« 85.75 to 8.00;
Stanley Halter. Next month is the
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jensen and cards and other presents.
teous and respectiful cooperation.
regular election Of officers for the Jerry of Yoncalla, and Mrs. Lena Al
Mrs. Darrell Brod>4 left last Friday
CHARLES W. FORREST
xming year. There will be a cooked ley and Ernest were Sunday guests of in their car for Fort Clatsop to bring pigs 84.50 to 545.
Sheep: Good to choice spring lambs
foods sale at the next meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Cortland Ellis and fam her husband, Darrell, home for the
There.will be choir practice at the ily.
week-end and to enjoy Armistice Day.
home of Mrs. t B. Sevy Friday eve
The TairvieW Ladies Aid met at He returned to his poet of duty on
ning. Everyone is urged to come and the church last Thursday afternoon Monday evening, rfiakilig the trip in
help with the music.
for their November meeting.
The his car and alone.
Rev. G. A. Gray, of Coquille, con bazaar held Tuesday at the Commun
Last Saturday was rather a week
ducted the regular Sunday morning ity hall took in 312.25 for the church. end home-coming at the Walter Laird
church service. Sunday school fol Members present were Mesdames home. Those arriving were Mr. and
lowed with an attendance cf 39. There David Tosten, T. H. Benham and Mrs. Jesse Laird and Clell, of itort
will be services again next Sunday Karyn, G. B. Dow. Don Phillips and Orford, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Laird
as follows: preaching at 10 a. m. and Miss Luella Lawton
and three children, of Empire, and
Sunday school pt 11 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crump, of Lee Philip Laird, of Fort Clatsop, near
Mr. and Mrs. George Hampton spent last Sunday with her parents, Seaside, Oregon. Philip also enlisted
spent Friday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Deadmond.
with the band at the government
their daughter and family, Mr. and
The Fairview Grangers and their training camp and is getting along
Mrr. Everett Lafferty, at Langlois. families will enjoy a potluck Thanks fine. The visitors all took their de-
The two one-act plays put on by giving dinner and entertainment at , partures on Sunday evening for their
the high school last Friday evening the Grange Hall Saturday evening, respective locations.
were very much enjoyed by all pres November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brodie were
ent. The Juniors and Sophomores
The Fairview-North Fork Grange heard from on thqir trip te Detroit.
won the contest and the Seniors and held its regular meeting last Saturday Mich. They were just leaving Port
Freshmen had to give them a party. I evening al the local hall, the main land. It was an error last week in
_ they were
which was held Monday evening in business of the evening being the elec-1 saying
motoring east, as
the Arago gym, A lovely time was tion of officers. They were as fol- they went by train, taking the north-
enj ytd by all playing games and lows master, Charles Geitner: over- ern route. On their return they will
ice-cream and cake were served as seer, Glenn Richardson; treasurer, jriva a new Packard and will travel
Ray Deadmond; secretary. Mrs. Bethel lhe southern route.
This is National Education Week Norris; lecturer, Mrs. Violet Geitner;
Joe Laird and Walter Tripp are car
and Rev Howard L. GrayRgal, of steward. Arden Harrah; assistant rying the mail from Sitkum to Myrtle
Coquille. wiH speak to the Arago steward, Harvey Thommen; chap Point, while the regular carrier. Minor
high school this Friday afternoon at lain. Mrs. Genevieve Ellis; gatekeeper, Mead, is on his vacation in southern
2 00 o’clock
Everyone is cordially Charles Thommen; Ceres, Lorraine California and Mexico.
invited to come and hear him.
Norris; Flora, Nelda Norris; Pamona,
Walter Tripp, of MyrSe Point, has
Tlie Arago basket ball
1 ” team
- Mrs. Sophia Tosten; lady assistant rented the Dal King marsh for the
keeide. Dec. 8. for their first steward, Mrs. Vusie Crumley; ex season and on last Sunday morning
of the season
ecutive committ ?men, Ray Norris, enjoyed some good shooting. He got
Charles Holverst tt apd Petry Neal. his share of mallard and baldy ducks.
The remainder < t the evening was
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bender attended
spent in dancinj and refreshments the Townsend meeting at Myrtle Point
The apple orchard at the W. w. were sandwiches, salad and coffee. last Sunday afternoon. H. M. Mac-
Mrs. Joan Do v spent last week Lean was in attendance from Pleasant
Lawhorn ranch was a acene of great
activity one niglit last week when visiting with her mother, Mrs. G. B. Point district. The Townsend people
Mr. Lawhorn trapped and killed a Dow. Little Patty Jean remained áre elated over electing their three
endorsed candidates to represent the
bear weighing three hundred and here with her grandparents.
state of Oregon iq congress: James
twenty pounds- Several people who
See complete line of hassocks from W. Mott, Homer Angell and Walter
expressing a Hking for 5beaj steaks"
’31.49 to 33 95. Coquille Furniture pierce.
had a treat
Saturday night. November 23, the Co.
McKinley Welfare club is giving a
dance in their hall. This will be the
ftrst dance g iv en by the club tor some
Used Wood & Cori bufnifcg i ^Edward L Deflefsen,’ of the- Roy
i in a'measure will celebrate
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