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, Janurday 11, 1973 VEN MORE DRASTIC COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL REDUCTIONS Rev. eHIt;rYe e We Want To Move- And We Don't To R ant To Move All This Merchandise The Rev. F. Orlo Hoye, min- So We're Slashing Prices Again! ister of the St. James Episcopal Make A List & Hurry While They Last! RE G. N OW Ft. Fixture & "' LA CK-LITE Bulb $41.55 $29.88 rber (I only) ECTRIC rber 8 cup (2only) ECTRIC GRIDDLE 29.99 $25.95 PERCOLATOR $36.95 $6.99 $32.50 rber CTRIC FRY PAN 5qt. (2 only) IX IN G BO WL ;Unbeam 12 cup (I Only) Stainless RCOLA TOR Steel $21.99 $37.99 $22.99 $19.75 $29.95 4.59 22.99 14.99 26.99 15.99 4.33 7.99 7.50 18.99 3.99 27.99 8.99 19.95 "nhearn 12 cup (I Only) ASS PERCOLA TOR Jnbeam Teflon EEP FAT COOKER 2 slice ASTER Rining (2 Only) TCHEN TIMER s649 ,Utomatic E [ectric Lamp PPLIANCE & Timer $11.95 A R 0 M E TE R ' Only $14.95 THES LINE Retractable 5 line ,pie (2 only) Corer & (I Only) A RERI Slicer $5.95 Recessed Ceiling (I Only) $22.75 $25.95 N & LIGHT COMBO s4o5o r ( 2 Only) TH SCALES $12.95 ,sto #300 2 Spd. TE R C 0 0 LE R I r s 39 95 nzomatic (I Only) ATALYTIC HEATER sgs 29.50 E A T E R Fowler 5 Ft.. 1250 Watl _ Baseboard Only) $25.40 16.5 0 -so00 oFF 'TEMS- a Pocket Kn yes se Kitch i Gringware (4 pcs.)_ echargeable Clothes Brush ,Garden Hose & Sprinklers Stove Pipe & Fittings Fencing ,Hardware Cloth Fly creen church in Coquille will be preaching his last sermon this Sunday morning. Rev. Hoye has announced his retirment and he and Mrs. Hoye will be leaving Coquille Jan. 15 to live in the Portland area. A replacement for St. James Episcopal church will be an- nounced soon. ON DEAN'S LIST Mary A. Curran, of Rt. 1, Box 3565 in Coquille, has been named to the Dean's List for fall term at Lane Community College. Ms. Curran, a sec- retarial major, carried 14 credit hours of classes and compiled a 3.4 grade point average. To be named to the Dean's List a student must maintain a 3.0 to 3.49grade point average and carry at least 10 credit hours. LCC is located in Eu- gene. Nevadan Joins Bank New loan officer at Security Bank of Coos County, Coquille branch, is Jim Buchanan, 31, of Las Vegas, Nev. Buchanan has been in the banking business since 1960, having been a member of the staff of the Bank of Nevada and First National Bank of Nevada. From 1966 to 1969 he worked at Liberty Finance in Ocean- .All Plumbing Supplies All Electrical Supplies ' Gates V-Belts ed Lawnmowers og Collars & Harnesses .Nails andles For Axes, Shovels, _ Hammers etc !/3 OF F IT EMS Wall Hanging Mail Boxes .Garden Tools - Shovels, Rakes, Edgers, Pruning Shears, Grass Shears etc tic and Galv. Garbage Cans nd Tools: Stanley, Disston, tlo, V S-K..,Fuller, Vice Grips ust& Sponge Mops ax Applicator astic Trash Bag al Mail Boxes .Gasolene Cans UILDER'S HARDWARE- 25% to 50% OFF ON|S Hardware & Paint 75 E. Main-Coquille Jim Buchanan side, Calif., serving part of the time as assistant manager. He and his wife, Jan, have two children, Monica, 7, and John, 4. They are renting a house in Coquille and hope to buy soon. While with the Bank of Ne- vada from 1960 to 1966, Buch- anan served four years in the Navy. He was born in Chicago and moved with his family to Las Vegas at the age of 10. While living and working in Las Vegas, he was acting trea- surer of the Optimist club. Announcement of Buchanan's new post was made by Ross Pinkley, branch manager of the bank. Plnkley also said that Mike Robey, has been trans- ferred from the Coquille bank to the Myrtle Point branch for additional training. Robey has been in Coquille since May of 1971. IT PAYS TO SHOP SENTINEL WANT ADS BY TERESA WHITNEY Hi! Hope your holidays were happy days. When school start- ed on Jan. 3 everyone found the building "sparkin" clean. The janitors had worked during the vacation cleaning and waxlngthe floors of every room and the halls. It really looked nice. We had 4 new students en- roll when school started. Two boys in the 7th grade, Johnny Arrant from Sutherlin and Jody Chase from Michigan Ave, in Coos Bay. Kathy White came from Powers, but she attented our school last year so she new everyone and was glad to be back. Also Flint Mitcham re- turned. He had been going to school in Calif. He was here last year also. Welcome to good old CVMS kids. During the month of January a bottle drive willbe held. Tea- chers and students are asked to bring all thebotfles theyhave at home or ask to have them picked up. The money that is collected will be spent on a new movie projector for the school. So get with it students. Mr. Campbell and members of the annual staff started work on the first pages of our an- nual. The faculty and student body pictures are being pasted in now. Next we will start on the different organizations and sports. It is going to be a great annual again this year. Tumbling pracUce under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Doug- las is now being held on Mon- day, Wednesday and Friday after school. The boys PE classes are par- ticlpatlng in tumbling now. The girls are in gymnastics. They use the unevens, balance beam and tramPoline which seems to be the favorite of everyone. The second edition of the Wildcats' World was handedout on Dec. 21. The 8th graders protested against it because almost all if it was for 7th graders and about 7th graders. It could be that more 8th grad- ers are needed to turn in news and help out on thepaper. Come on 8th grade lets get with it. Lets show the 7th grade what we can do. The boys .are getting ready for their first basketball game. There will be two teams this years. An "A" team and a "B" team. Here is the sched- ule for the A team Jan. 11, 4 p.m. Myrtle Point, there; Jan. 20, 10:30a.m. Reedsport, there; Jan. 25, 4 Siuslaw, here; Jan. 30, 4 p.m. Marshfleld, there; Feb. 1, 4 p.m. Bandon, there; Feb. 15, 4 p.m., Myrtle Point, here; Feb. 20, 4, Marshfield, here; Feb. 23, 4:30, ReedsPort, here; Feb. 27 4 p.m., Bandon here; and March 1, 4 p.m., Sluslaw, there. The "B" team play as follws: Jan. 9, 4 p.m., Bandon, here; Jan. 16, 4p.m. Myrtle Point, here; Jan. 18 4 p.m., Port Orford, there; Jan. 31, 4 p.m., Myrtle Point, there; Feb. 5, 4 p.m., Powers, theres; Feb. 6, 4 p.m. Bandon, there; and Feb. 22, 4 p.m., Port Orfqrd, here. We are going to have a great tern this year, both 7th and 8th grade so be sure to come to the games. NEWS FLASH...Mrs. Boyer, our Home Economics teacher, had a little baby girl during the Christmas vacation. She has been named Jennifer. Congrat- ulation to Mrs. Boyer. See you next week. 'QOOOO00000000000'O Page 1-B AROUND TOWN - i by: Georgia Husled Mr. and Mrs. Duane Fitz- gerald of Corvallis was here last weekend visiting her mother Mrs. Stanley Fitzger- ald. Mrs. Lucy Bostic of Mont- clair, Calif., after v.tsiting her daughter in Portland came to Coquille to visit her sister- in-law, Mrs. Edna Burr. A mistake was made in the write up of the Missourians Christmas enterainment, in the name of the little girl that won the cake for bein the prettiest little girl. Sissy Ogle was the winner having 981 points, Becky with 934 points and ,am with 498 Points. All three were lovely pretty little girls. Mr. andMrs. VernNeiswang- er of Eugene were here visiUng many friends in Coquille over the weekend. They are former Coquille residents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeCosta of Medford were her visiting relatives and friends in Ban- don and Coqnille. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Phillips and daughter Missy of Ashland were her visiting relatives and friends. Pete is attending SOC in Ashland. Curtis Dornath of Albany state police office cametoCoq. uille last Wednesday and spent a couple of days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dornath and friends about town. Rev. and Mrs. HaroldSteward and daughters Terri, Salli, and Valerl of Richmond, Calif., came to Coquille to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. William Steward. There were four tables of Pinochle players at the Senior Citizens last Thursday evening. Winner of high score for men was George Stump, and low score was won by Larry Amis. High score for ladies was won by Neva Martin, and low by Lilllan Clark. Traveling prize was won by Irene Barrette. Agg- ravation was won by Hazel Wal- dvogle. Bingo night at the Senior Cit- izens has been changed to Fri- day evening, instead of Satur- day. Starts at 6 p.m. Mem- bers and friends are welcome. Anyone having small appli- ances that can be repaired that you want to get rid of, do not discard them. Give them tothe Kiwanis Thrift store, marx them to be given to the Vet- erans hospitals in Roseburg. The veterans repair and sell them. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keeney were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Keeney for Christ- mas. Guests of H. G. Ogle of North Bend were, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Coblert of Myrtle Point, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Snider and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keeney of Coquilie, at a New Years party at the IWA hail. in Coos Bay. There were around two hundred guests attending. The hall was beauti- fully decorated in red, white and blue. A five piece band furnished the music for the gala affair. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Benson of Coquille spent several days in Pasadena, Calif., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bruce. They visited many places of interest. They saw the play "The Crucible," which they enjoyed, and saw the Rose parade and had seats right in front of the C.B.S. camera and were seen on tele- vision in the movies of thepar- ade. They visited China Town, and the Huntington Art gallery and Library. They stayed at the same hotel where they had spent their honeymoon, the Huntington Hotel. The Womens ReliefCorpheld their installation of officers. The ones installed were Rose Stanford as President. Second vlce president, Ida Roth, Jr. vice president, Lucille Owens, treasurer and counselor, Edith Drake, secretary, Cristle Bill- ings, chaplain, AlicePetersen, guard Laura Minard, Patriotic instructor, Lottie Luckman, conductor Ned Piper, Press correspondent Lucille Owens, assistant guard, Oma Collier. The installation was by Albert Woolsen Corp 63. Installing President Rebecca Newell, Chaplain Jennie Cutn, Con- ductor Elsie Caton. Colorbear- ers were Reba Schocley and Gertrude Kiefer. Thought for the day, "The time to make friends is before you need them." MOVIE I/3 WOMEN'S CLOTHING APPLIANCES MEN'S PANTS BEDDING FF Sheets - Pillows & Blankets MEN'S UNDERWEAR All Layaways Must Be Picked Up By Jan. 20! Open Friday Night Until 9 P.M. We Must Be Out By End Of Jaary]