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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1945)
TH* PAPI* THAT’8 LIK* A LITT** FROM HOMI
H. S. Band Concert
In The Gymnasium
Wednesday, May 2
Mr. Wayne Smith, director of the
High School Band, announces that
the band will toe presented in con
cert as a feature of music week- The
concert will be held in the gymna
sium of the High School on Wednes
day evening, May 2, at 8:00 o'clock.
J Tickets for this event will be placed
on sale this week-end, priced as fol
lows: Adults, 50c, tax, 10c, total, 80c;
High School students, 33c, tax, 7c,
total 40c; and chiildren, 20c, tax, 5c,
* total 21c. Proceeds from-this event
will go into the music fund to help
buy new music, eta..
The members of the bend, under
Md. Smith’s careful instruction, have
been working hard all winter pre
paring a wide variety of numbers,
which they wfll play. They will be
assisted by the High School Girls'
Glee Club. The program follows:
Sent By Selective
Board In April
May Day Fate
Promises To Be
During April the following group
ordered to report to Fort Lewie,
Washington, tor induction into the
Armed Farces by Coos County Local
Board, No. 3, Coquille:
Hoy D. Davidson, Robert P Yar
brough, Lowell V Miller, James L.
Twitchell, Gus F. Richert, all of Co
quille; Earl L. Edgmon, Klamath
Falls; Paul L. Colgrove, Lloyd G„
Hunt, Graydon X. Thom, Charles F.
Coyne, Raymond A. Lower, all of
Bandon; Ralph O. Panes, Leaburg,
Ore.; Donald Cupinski, Thomas R.
Hazen, Artie L. Amos, Jack Jones,
David G. Rylander, all at Myrtle
Point; Raymond Paxton, Vida, Ore.;
Leonard R. Lawhorn, McKinley;
Robert L. Schrader, Arago; Wilson
H. 'Sparkman, Tolleson, Arizona; Or
ville E. Andrews, Portland; Norris
C. Kemp, Brookings, Ore.; Bert L.
Ferry, San Francisco.
On April 34, the following group
was forwarded to Portland for their
pre-induetion physical examination:
Rural L. Griffin, Charles H. Fel
lows, Edward R. Moore, Charles R.
Gaalin, Gordon C. Aahenfelter, Ray
mond H. Getchell, all of Coquille;
Harold M. Smith, Dellwood; Peter
B. Serafin, Seattle; John W. Good
win, William T. Dufort, Jack W.
Hultin, all at Bandon; Arlyn D. Ki-
liott, Benjamin C. Dement, James
D. Barklow, all of Myrtle Point;
Lewis E. Donaldson, Reuben Harri-
son Mast, both of Eugene; Elvin R.
State police and offfci
Fetch, Riverton; Harold E. Scott, Ta
state are looking for
coma, Wn ;
Hobart M. Chapman,
Hutchinson, Kane.; Sanford F. Allen, ell. night clerk at the
Tillamook, Ore.; Edgar H Brattain, since the middle of M
Salem; Norman E. Stepp, Lebanon; in a hurry at an early
day morning, taking tn
Willard T. LaMar, Powers.
of the hotel's funds,
seen here about 3:30 that
The thief relieved
Cox at 7:90 p. m. 1
The business meeting of the Coos-
Curry Pioneer Historical Association
to be held tn the city hall of Co
quille on Saturday, April 29, begin-
nin8 st one o’clock, promises to be
a most interesting session. .
Important special committees com
posed of professional and business
men of Coos and Curry «ou nites are
to report their decisions on this oc
casion pertaining to a public museum
jointly for the two counties.
As ah added attraction of impor-
tance, Superintendent Lancaster Pol
The Oregon Historical Society,
Portland, is planning to be present
to answer questions and to give any
needed information pertaining to
keeping “Oregon’s Past” alive.
The Oregon Historical Soeclety is
a non-profit organization founded in
1898 to collect, preserve, exhibit and
publish material relating to the his
tory of Oregon.
Another interesting feature will be
the exhibition of ten beautifully
compiled booklets stenciled and as
sembled by the Coquille High School
typing Vlass under the able instruc
tions, of their leader, Mrs. Idyle God
Each of these booklets comprise
the eight Early Day stories composed
and submitted by adults in the story
contest conducted last Fall by Emil
Peterson, of North Bend, who has
sl*o. been doing much over radio
and in writtag to perpetuate expert- '
ences of early days.
All members and friends of the As
sociation who are interested are wek.
come to attend this business meeting.
—Ines R. Chase, Secretary-Trees.
Night Clerk«T akes
$500 Hotel Funds
Coquille High School
AU those who have said: “I really
must go out to visit the high school
some of these days,” now have that
opportunity opened up for them. Ev
eryone la invited to attend the An-
■ nual Open House held by Coquille
High School to be held
ning of May 1
Meets Here Saturday
Cliff Guiseth Again
Mgr. S.W. Motdrt'
Mrs. Mabie Laird
School Supt. Mulkey
Talks At Rotary
"Dutch" Took Golf
Mulkey stated that
eighty-two bills introduced at the
recent session of the Oregon
ture directly or indirectly affecting
the schools of the state. She re
lieved the tension, however, by say
ing that she was not going to talk on
all of them but only on those affect
ing the local schools. She then gave
a very studied resume of the various
bills and how they would benefit our
Calling attention to the proposed
cigarette tax for school benefits, she
stated that a curious feature of the
situation was that state law made
mandatory the teaching of the chil
dren the deleterious effects of the
use of tobacco. Mrs. Mulkey’s talk
Christian Church Men To
was very Informative and was given
Sponsor Father & Son Banquet close attention by those present.
(Continued on pags two;
The Ninety and Nine men’s Bible
class of the Christian Church is spon
soring a Father and Son banquet
Friday evening, April 27, at 7:00 p. m.
The dinner will be potluck and is
in charge of Wm. Arnold and S. S.
Hardenbrook. Mrs. Martha Mulkey, j
county school superintendent, will be (
the speaker of the evening. Every ’
father is invited to bring his son or |
an adopted son for the evening to the
banquet, which will help to cement
the friendship between Christian
by the girls
men and boys.
Tragic Death Of Port
Orford School Girl
The death of one who is in her
teens is always more tragic than for
one who has lived out his or her span
The above thought is in regard to
the winsome, beautiful daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marsh of Port
Orford — Donna Lou Marsh — who
died while being brought here to the
Belle Knife Hospital last Friday
night, following an automobile ac
cident near Port Orford.
Donna Lou, a student in Port Or
ford High School, was Just learning
to drive, and after having let the
mother of one of her riders out of
the car and while Sounding a curve,
the auto got out of control and
crashed into a ditch.
was badly crushed but the two
young people with her, Lonale Push
and Robert McClintock, were unin
Funeral services, under the aus
pices of Schroeder Bra., were held
in the Port Orford gymnasium Wed
T. Sgt Ralph Willson
nesday afternoon. Interirtent was in
the cemetery there.
Returns To The Hospital
Mrs. Ida K. Owen of this city is
T. Sgt Ralph Willson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Willson of this city,' lengthy article submitted was nacee- an aunt of Donna Lou's and besides
who had been here on a 30-day fur- sarily postponed until next week’i her parents she leaves a sister, Bar
bara Marsh, of Los Angeles, and her
lough which he spent with his wife issue. •
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
and baby and his parents here, re- I _
Timmons of Coquille. She was born
turned last Friday to Barnes General Sen W>|sh Representing China
at Port Orford, Sept, 8, 1929, and was
Hospital in Vancouver He was in -1
seven months and 14 days past 15
jured in France last September and
Coos county's senator, Wm. E. years of age.
is still in a crippled condition.
of Coos Bay, is, so far as
Mrs. Willson and their baby left
with him, they going to McMinnville 1 learned, the only Coos county man
to be nearer him while he is in the attending the conference which began
in San Francisco on Wednesday this
week. Sen. Walsh goes to represent
China at the conference, being the
representatives of Chiang Kai-shek’s
Give your unused garments to the
United National Clothing Collection.
Do not fail to get your contribu
tion to the Community Building this
week. Have you an extra blanket or
shawl you can tuck in?
Take your bundle yourself if you
can. If not call J. 8. Barton’s office.