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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1945)
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’ Worthy Metros
Mrs. Bessie I. Coudert to represent
ing the Sheba Ann Frocks, Harford
which looked r*s If it might be a
Dresses and Hoover Uniforms, and if
producWfrom one of the Balkan
any p-rrv™ interested in seeing styles
or fashion* and samples, will send
. Delicious refreshments were serv
post card giving name and address,
ed to the following: Mesdames Maude
Mr«. Couden will be glad to call upon
St. Qmsnto. Perna Brault, May Hol-
brook, Irene G. Hartwell, Mary E. them and show what she has.
Mrs. Bessie I. Couden, Coquille, Ore
Baumgartner, Leda M. Alpine, Mabel
Martin, and Hazel Hudson, of River
ton; Clara Jeffery, Leia McCue, Ger
aldine McCue, from the North Bank;
Mi— Ruth Lockwood and Mrs. Caro
lyn Johnson, from Coquille; Mrs.
Jean Haga and Bobby, from Bear
Creek; Miss Fgye Paqtoon, from Win
tersville, besides the honored guest.
Genevieve's father, Wendelin Fetch,
and three neighbor men enjoyed
themselves in the kitchen while the
ladies were visiting. They were H.
K. Plaep and Alfred and Ellis Hol
brook. Those sending gifts but un
Eighty-five members of Beulah
Chapter, O. E. S., attended the 6:30
o’clock pot-luck dinner,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McNelly, at the
Masonic banquet hall last Thursday
I Mrs. D. B. Keener preaided at the evening. The long tables were beau
last meeting of her Red Cross chair tifully decorated, the theme, “So
manship Friday, June 29, when all Long and Good Luck,” being carried
Red Cross workers of this locality out in the decorations.
After a sumptuous dinner, the
in Guild Hall for a «dessert
Mrs. Keener has ably1
w«r« led ln »higing appro
served th« local chapter a. chairman priate songs far the occasion, by Mrs.
While Jt to true pne
heavy side, it to a splendid thing to for two. year
years, during which time a R. E. Boober. The regular meeting
number of thing« to live out of town.
slip away in the cool of the evening great Heal ti
has b«en accomplished, of Beulah Chapter, No. 6, was held
with a pitchfork over your shoulder She uxdoc L s
i to keep just as busy upstairs, at which time four were
and make your way to the field of in theTutnre
___ i at this vitally necessary initiated into the Order.
freshly-raked hay. As you lift and
The Masonic hail was a vision of
work. Mrs. Frtjd True will become
turn the hay to make small stacks
the new chairman of the Coquille beauty, honoring the Worthy Matron,
or shocks to complete the curing
Unit of the Red Cross. Mrs. True to Mrs. McNelly. Mrs. Ethel Low, of
process, the night softly steals
well known in this area and has been Palo. Alto, Calif., a past matron of able to attend were: Mrs. H. K.
around to enclose and protect you.
s diligent worker. She to qualified to Beulah Chapter twenty years ago, Plaep, Miss Gertrude Kleiner, Mrs.
The peaceful calm soothes your soul
accept the responsibility of becom was also an honored guest. ?
Marguerite Garoutte and Mrs. Libby.
and your worries become lighter with
Under the good of the order, the
ing the leader of the group.
each fragrant shock you form. Time
Guild Hall was attractively dec Worthy Matron was tendered a de
floats along and you hardly notice
orated in red and white with the of gree by some of the officers and pre
you have been straining your eyes
ficial Red Cross symbol placed here sented with a lovely gift. She was
in darkness to see the stray wisps of
and there about the room. Smaller also the recipient of gifts from the
bay, until suddenly you are aware of
red crosses were spaced at intervals Courtesy Girls of the Chapter and
a friendly mqpn holding its light ‘; oa the red crepe paper which center from the Past Matrons and Past
ed the entire length of the tables, and Patrons club. It was an evening
vases of choice flowers were also long to be remembered by all.
Reluctantly you decide it to time
used. When Mrs. Keener was seated
tor bod and proudly view the stretch
she found a charming nosegay as Shower For Mrs. Phil Williams
of mounds you have made. Have
well as a beautiful
piece A| y. .
you ever slept in a recently-filled hay
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-Home In Biverton
aad an afghan
in gift package«. Th«
mow? It pleases you to think how
Mrs Phil 1 William«, nee Genevieve
afghan was made bv
by the Red Croes
nice it would be to burrow Into the
workers and preesnted to her in ap Fetch, was the guest of honor at a
hay and rest for the nigty. You and
preciation of her fine leadership. An bridal shower at her father's home
the qqiet, refreshing world are Slone
appropriate card accoompanied the in Riverton last Wednesday evening.
and it is nearly midnight. Imagina
Mrs- Williams was married last fall
tion to easily accessible and we can
When she had called the meeting but ha* h**" awa> with her husband
create Ideal conditions
so much of the time, he being in the
dream world, before turning back to'
armed forces, that the home folks
the duties pressing us. How won
at Riverton had not had an oppor
derfully wise was the Power that,
tunity to honor the bride before.
bestowed upon mankind the ability i
The rooms wore beautiful and gay
to build aircastles. In the twinkling
with mixed bouquets of flowers.
of a thought our world can be per
Mrs. Williams first showed her
fection. Those secret, inner thoughts
guests the many lovely things Jn her
are our prayers for what we hope to
hope-chest. One article which took
be able to accomplish. Cherish them
the eye of everyone was a most
and cultivate them while you enjoy
beautiful pieced and quilted spread,
them. We are creating the tomor
a gift from Mrs. Hazel Htidson. Fol
As ever. Pat
lowing this, Mrs. Williams opened her
the «bove »y"***
many gifts and passed them around
Former Coquille Young Lady
H^ Mr. A, M Sl
that all present might see. Before
Will Be Wed In Everett
£ D. McCune, Mr, K. P. L
refreshments were served, a sister of
the bride, Mrs. Roy Johnson, showed
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Thompson,; cutters. Mrs. L. P. Fugetoon i
the guests some souvenirs her hus
Rte. 8, Everett, Wash., announce' E. D. McCune, assisted by M
band had just sent her from Ger
the engagement of their daughter, Hardenbrook and Mrs. G. B
They consisted of a German
Guenetee Elsie, to Chaster L. An- Home Service chairman, Mi
bolt action 65 M. rifle with bayonet
deraon, son of Fred Anderson, of Berg; Mrs. Earl Nosier, i
ready <* *°“
attached, a sword with sheath, a
msde sixteen afghana, and I
long slender dagger with sheath,' be-
Miss Thompson attended school at Owen, who did Red Cross v
several yards of beautifully
Coquille five years, graduating with fore World War One.
A couple of weeks ago I was driv
ing slowly with watchful eyes on the
road to catch the first possible
glimpse of the young twin deer I
told you about, when a large 'coon
ambled across my path and mads
hto way into the undergrowth. There
are many rare treats in store for
those who take an early drive along
Red Cross Chairman
the class ct USM. Mr. Anderson, re-1 The ioeal workers have s|
ceived his diploma in Minnesota.
f blood* donor groups, Hom«
They will be married in July and ' overseas, hospital service, and have
plan to make their home in Everett, ¡donated comforters to families who
have been burned out, as well as
Norton’s carry a nice selection of
_________ i?1 Folks' Home, the Children's Farm
I Home at Corvallis, and the Veterans
Auxiliary in Roseburg.
Present at the meeting, according
to a paper .pass'd tor each to
were: Mesdames D.B, Kesner, ,WJ
A. Thompson, Lillie Hartig, Cart E.
Morrison, Margaret Glick, Lloyd
Oddy, Pearl Robertson, Earl Avery,
Virgil McNeil, Hattie Shelley, Henry
Belloni, W. P. Laws, Edna Rake
straw, Gertrude Lorenz, Blanche R.
Smith, Helen Howe, Ida Owen,
Ethel Shaw, Mary E. Hatcher, Lena
Neely, Carrie E. Benham, Amelia E.
Hill, Elsie Carlill, S. S.Hardenbrook,
Blanche Broad, Ella Klingbeil, Laura
Hudson, Eula Mclntae, Della Nosier,
Catherine O. Norton, Birdie Skeels,
Frank Homenyk, Al T. Erickson, Wm.
Candlin, Alice Perrott, Anna Caugh-
ell, R. A. Jeub, J. A. Berg, W. J.
Mineau. L. P. Fugelson, Clarence
Tuttle, Lula C. True, Mildred Mc
Cune, Marion Lawrence, Mabel C.
Kunz, Ruth Sherwood, George Oerd-
ing, J. A. Moore and J. R. Copeland.
Surprise Shower Last Thursday
For Recent Coquille Bride
Mias Colleen Ireland and her
mother, Mr«. D. G. Ireland, were
hostesses the evening of June 28, for
■ surprise miscellaneous shower,
honoring Mrs. J. W. Burg.
Burg, nee Rheo Walker, who was
recently married in California, was
surprised at the home of her parents
by the following guests: Misses Er
nestine Batty, Marybelle Yarbrough,
Norene McKeown, Betty Lou Don-
Ited, Fairy Sue Perry, Jean Williams;
Mesdames Jay V, Carter, S. H. Don
ated, Gretchen Laird, Jean Bryan,
R. L. Stewart, Betty Jo Courtright,
Peter DeGeetar, Veryle Hurrel, Lor
raine Rice. Glenda Moy, Lucille
Walker, Dorothy Harris, Audrey
Mattoon, Jerry Taylor, Clifford E.
Kampf, Virginia Moss, W. H. Man-
tell, Margaret Burg, O. T. Gant, E.
L. Anderson, Walter L’itzenberger,
K. L. Kistner, W. L. Lake, E. A.
Those who were unable to at-
nd but----- it ‘ presents ‘ were: Mes-
tarer, Virginia Wood, Kate Brady,
s Stevens, Ruth Axtell and Miss-
Maxine Johnson and Odette De
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