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Page 2-B STUDENTS COMPLETE SCUBA COURSE Six students have completed a course in basic SCUBA taught by Bill Shires of-Coos ,Bay, and offered under the auspices ofth City of Coluille. _. The course ran for a period of two months and the highlight course. The certification that stu- dents earned was YMCA cer- tification which is one of the largest certifying organizations in Basic Scuba. In the near future another course in Basic of the program was the check- Scuba will be offered and in- out dive which was held in the dividu.als that may be intere_s_ted Hoods Canal inWashington. The students went on a dive near Pleasant Harbor on the Hoods Canal. The divers collected a large number of oysters, spear- ed fish and performed their skills to be certified. A fish fry was held and plans were made for their senior club may contact Gary Combs, Dir- ector of the Coquille Community Building. Students in the class who earned certificates were Fred Petersen and Ran Boat, Coq- uille; Sue Ann Abel, John Mast and Rod Street, all of Myrtle Point. IT WILL COST YOU MONEY NOT TO READ THIS AD I Table Odds & Ends WOMEN'S KIDS' SHOES SHOES $ 2.9 9 -big discounts- M e n ' s Bo/'s SHIRTS HUSH Your choice PUP PIE S Each $5 $6.99 Women's Boys SOX PURSES & Were 89 L U G G A G E 3Poi, $1.20 Gooa bo00s he00e! Shoe Repair & Pickup Every Wednesda>, AT The Bootery STEP ON IT TO \\; / COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL Chi Cha t by BRAD ROSS / t * l 2", SIX students from Coquille and Myrtle Point have now completed an eight weeks course in SCUBA diving offered at the Coquille swimming pool this fall. Students shown with instructor Bill Shires, Coos Bay are from left ( back row ) Fred Petersen, Ran Boat, both Coquille and Sue Ann Abel, Myrtle Point. And from row from left John Mast and Rod Street, both Myrtle Point. SWIM I,ESSONS American Red Cross swim- ming lessons for adult women will begin at the North Bend municipal swimming pool Mon- day evening January 15 at 8:30 p.m Beginner, advanced be- ginner, intermediate and swimmer courses are sched- uled and will meet each Monday evening at 8:30 for approx- imately 10 weeks. Registration will b held at the pool before the first class. For further information call 756-4915. SCHROEDERS ' WSCS Hear Rev. Pears Kuyper, vice president Ellen Sackett, recording secretary Lenora Coffey, treasurer Alice Schmidt, committee chairman Clara Donohoo, Earlene Keeney, Marillee Miller, Ann Dotter; Circle chairman Ira Coffield, Catherine Ruble, and Elsie Christiansen. IT PAYS T SHOP SENTINEL WANT ADS The first meeting of the new year for the Women's Society of Christian Service was held Thursday with special guest speaker, Rev. Jane Pears, for- mer missionary to India, now a group ministry worker in the Medford area. She spoke on her work in India and showed her slides in a fascinating program. New off- icers installed: president Ione Bedding Clearance O Choice eg. $49.95-59.95 Single Bedding Buy where you can ,drive home real bargains! You not only save up to 40% but you get free delivery - Easy Terms - Instant Credit. O IROPRACTI . Mattress with SPRINGWALL This is the mattress with the difference - the difference in construction that gives you sag- free sleeping comfort andlast- ing, firm support. It will give you years of "good mornings" after restful, relaxing good nights' sleep. Available until Feb. let twin or full, matress or box spring Twin or full size mattress or box spring in gaily striped ticking. All assure comfortable sleeping for you and your family. Super Snoozin' Sale ,169 Reg. $199.95 Now each 60x80" queen size Englander Tension Eze. Made by Van 799900 Also available in Queen and King size sets. Buy now for fabulous savings. I think I may be suffering from battle fatigue after this past weekend Avid sports fans t ( fan as in fanatic ) were treat- ed to a field day over the week- end on television. With few exceptions every imaginable sport from ice hockey to tennis could he seen by all us aver- age, blurry-eyed sports nuts. If you had the stamina for itj you could have watched college all-star football; indoor tennis; the Glen Campbell LA golf tournament; college basketball both days; professional basket- ball; professional bowling and then amateur bowling; pro .: wrestling; mote-cross racing on American Sportsman; two hockey games on Sunday and roller derby. All this and a healthy serving of hunting and fishing for all you outdoor nuts such as sail- fishing, salmon fishing, quail hunting and even a special on mountain climbing. And this after a full diet of football all this fall I watched so much football, this fall, my end zone is suffering from unnecessary roughness. A1 McNew and his wife, Hazel were excited this week. as were their friends, on the opening of Coquille newest pub, "The Four Seasons Inn." A1 who has nurtured this dream for some years is avery congenial guy and I'm sure Four Seasons will be apopular place. The couple hosted a partyfor all their friends Saturday night who they credited with helping them to get the job done. Con- gratulations and good luck to the M cNews. * * * We drove the family to the beach at Bandon Sunday morn- ing. The weather was beauti- ful and the drive down over al- ternate route 101 was specta- cular to say the least. A heavy cloak of frost cover- ed every tree and bush dott- ing the hillsides along the high- way. And this coupled with green pastures and sunny blue skies made for a magnificent sight. The beaches of the south coast are just as exciting in the win- ter as they are any time of the year. It's great fun to bundle up and walk the beach hunting for small treasures withfamily and/or friend. I can't think of any better remedy for Cabin Fever. Any doctor will tell you it's good therapy. It's strange to seeice at the beach. The sand was covered with it in shaded spots. And the frost of the previous night blanketed the rocks and driftwood. It is wise to take caution, however, at this time of the year. As I'm sure you know, logs in the surf are sometimes fatal to the beach strollers of winter. 4-H Follies Getting Busy During the last two weekly meetings of the Follies 4-H club the girls have been very busy. Each girl worked hard to finish the pin-cushions they had started for their mother's for christmas. The girls decided not to have a Christmas party but instead to have a New Year's party, so names were drawn for the party to be held January party. There were no meetings during the i:.; holidays and the girls were anx- ious to get together Jan. 4, at this meeting members decided to have a pizza party to be held at next weeks meeting at the home of Mrs. P. Crew. Sev- eral kinds of pizza's will be !:! made by each of the girls, us- iii ing a basic recipe and adding different foods of their choice. Each girl is to wear a goofy "i" hat which will be judged. Also :" Thursday, January 11 News Of Fairv" BY CLARA DEADMOND Mr. and Mrs. Paul spent the holidays The videotapestakenofFalr- Diego, California, visiti view School's Christmas pro- sons and families gram were brought to the PTO Paul Remele, Jr., and meeting Jan. 4 by Bill DeBoard Mrs. Alan Remele, and shown to those present. Yucupia, California. Th DeBoard explained theTV class ited many friends he teaches at Coquille high eve at at: open house school. Those present watched New Years Eve when his program enthusiastically, who are musicians, Amzy Mintonye brought a plea recreation center that the Fairview PTO back mented on the a class of nutrition for child- which ranged from 70 ren. Discussion of the class degrees until they was postponed to the next meet- Roseburg and ran into ing. Jan returned Geri Kiser spoke of the play, from the 'Hillbilly Courtship", and 6. He is able to speak called for a meeting of any and his teeth) in spite of the all interested in any segmentof jaw, and soon will be its production Tuesday, Janu- class at Coqttille High. cry 16, at 7:30 p.m. intheFair- Cooke leftb] view School cafeteria. Needed 8, to return to his duty l are six men and five women in Germany. for the cast. She has the play books and will bring them to PLAIN COLD this meeting. Practice should start soon as the play is to A strong wind be presented in March. a temperature justbeloWt The annual chili feed will be ing can have the same held in the Firview School ing effect as a tern cafeteria Saturday, January 20 most 50 degrees F. with serving to be from 5 to 7 calm day. p.m. Chili, cold slaw, garlic bread, pie or cake, coffee, tea, or punch will be the menu. Family tickets may be purchas- ed for $3.00 single adult meals, $1.25 and students, .75. Linda Layton is chairman for this por- tion of the evening and asks for donations of pies or cakes. She *Do-it-yourself" would also welcome volunteers avocation that to assist her. Her number is times proves 396-3794. must be A talent show will again be seems to have held in the gym, starting at from people 8 p.m., costing one dime ad- fix their own cars mittance. Chairman for this is Clara Deadmond, 396-2697. people, or the ones," trying to fix Anyone willing to perform for industry. this program is asked to con- To say the least t tact her. piling up the Christian Women's Club held operating a m their monthly luncheon in the vehicle. McKinley grange hall January Approximately 3 with Carol Cummings opening years ago, and the program with her personal times since I testimony. She closed by sing- writing our ing "Not Worthy," playing her protesting crank own accompaniment on the vent smog piano. Special music included systems on car engit Debbie Long singing a sole, Nothing has been: accompanied by Dixie Byrd and proved in that she was joined by Debbie Mor- ris, Mary Taylor, Judy Pierce, yet, and it has something that and Sharon Seidel in a second have been tested number. Christine Calley gave the Army Vehicles special feature, speaking onthe results could have life of women in Liberia, Af- tabulated. The rice. She displayed many of would have the materials the native women long ago. have to work with, explaining But too few at them and now the car lesldeS* those taking part in estimate operating the program, the following at- will go up another tended: Millie Rasmussen, and motor vehicle Elaine Abel, Pat Cramer, Es- spection will put telle Jones, GladysPointer, Lou older than t66 Grace Heyman, Johann John- jtmk yard or a son, Wilton Shepherd, Lena Calif., now Dunlap, Marie Churchill, Grace device on 66 to 70 Hudson, Gerry DeMay, Ethel which will cost 35 to Abernethy, Irma Curtis, Lena dollars installation t Moore, Marne Swinson, Leota fore they can get 1 . license. Griggs, Bernadine Kunkle, All that and $1 I Marie Lytle, Shirley Beau- gal. for gas by 1975 champ, Katie Curtis, Maxine order to meet the Pratt, and Delores Hopkins. possible doesn't The next meeting will be sense. February 7, with the theme, However lfyouwill "Cupid's Delight." us keep your car in Mr. and Mrs. JohnLaytonand condition and use family spent the Christmas hol- gas it will make idays at the home of her par- for you. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoff, in Ankeny, Iowa. She was able Amzy to visit allher family, brothers, 1111,lUIl"IUl)J=''J'=='"e'S Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Half and . Cuck Hoff, and sister, Mr. and Consolidated Mrs, Bob Peckler. Also at- tending the family gathering and Serv|ce were her grandparents, Mr. and oq Mrs. A. L. Hoff and numerous N. Centre|-C u[ other relatives. INSULATE THE EASY WAY WITH ... 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