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EIGHT--Wednesday, March 3, 1999-THE SENTINEL Hartleys mark 50 years John D. and May (Hill) Hartley will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary March 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Coquille Community Christian Church. John Hartley was born and raised in Bandon. He was in the Marines during WWII and served in the South Pacific, later working as a timber failer. May Hartley was born in Ennis, Montana and raised in Granger, Wa. She married John in Payette, Id. on Oct. 7, 1948. The couple's children are Sandra Price, Jeanne Hartley, John Hartley Jr. (and wife Lynda). and Sara Green. They have four grand- children and eight great-grand- children. Family and friends are wel- come to attend the wedding anni- versary celebration. The couple requests no gifts. wlin g News l By GRETA PILLETTE Women Lisa Hermann - 215 - 529; Judy Wolf- 523; Sandy Jacobs - 518; Mildred Inman - 513; Ellie LaCasse - 245 - 513; Charlene Gary - 501; Pam JOhnson - 208 - 501; Juanice Sabin - 222 - 501; Katie Kindgren - 501; Sue Ehrman - 21'7; Dee Dewald - 203; Betty Kendall - 203. Splits Irina Turner - 2 - 7 / 2 - 6; Barb COuch - 5 - ! 0; Robin Martin - 5 - 10; Elite LaCasse - 5 - 10; Bernice Sanders - 3 - 10; Barb Nasval - 3 - Splits Diz Couch - 3 - 6 - 7 - 10/3 - 10 /3- 10/9- 10/3- 10; Bill Mullins - 3 - 10; Jack Haga - 5 - 7; Cliff Baskin - 1 - 5 - 7(washout); Carl Scales - 3 - 10; Glenn Gorst- 3 - 10; Chet Wilson - 5 - 10; Jim Arney - 1 - 2 - 4 - 10 (Washout); Veto Eldredge- 5 - 10/9- 10/3 - 10/ 3 - 9 - 10; Jerry Caudle - 2 - 7/2 - 7 - 8; Chuck Miller - 3 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 10; Steve West - 8X; Brandon Miller - 3 - 9 - 10. Gordon Ross's Last Hurrah As one of his last acts as county commissioner, Gordon Ross recited a poem of his own composition to a large crowd in the commission chambers. With the general hubbub, it was hard to hear. So here, for posterity, is that poem. He acknowledges he invented the title word. IMPORTUNACY Life's urgencies that loom before us like the mighty tidal wave, are the things we think important, to which we become a slave. Yet life's deeds just like the breakers swell up importance to gain, roaring to draw attention from the shore to which it came. Hiding from view each drop of water which make up their mighty tide, nor giving credit to the wind on which depend their royal ride. Yet this might white cap rolling moments later is brought low to spread itself upon the beach and be drawn back an undertow. Erasing from the sands of time all impression it has made, so will the things we think important from man's memory quickly fade. --Gordon Ross KEEP I "J r ' SIMPLE BUSINESS SERVICES Karla Weathers, L.T.C. - Stella Downs Phone (541) 396-5712 Fax (541 ) 396-5254 Rumbaugh is guest speaker Allan Rumbaugh, the General Manager of the Oregon Interna- tional Port of Coos Bay, is the invited speaker for the League of Women Voters of Coos County (LWVCC) meeting March 6 at 11 a.m. at the Cedar Grill, 274 South Broadway, Coos Bay. Call Donna Flammang (888- 9657) or Judith VanDuzer (267- 6508) if you have any questions. CHS wrestling awards banquet on Tuesday Coquille High School's wres- tling team will conclude its season Tuesday, March 9 with its awards potluck/banquet at 6:30 p.m. in the CHS cafeteria. Blood The Red Cross is blood drives March 10 p.m. at the North Bend nity Center and March to 6 p.m. at the Coos Ba, nity Center. For more tion, call Gayle Church host iunq The St. James Churchwomen will hold nual luncheon March 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 church, 3rd and consists of a baked choice of toppings, made cake coffee or tea; for ANN PARKER COQUILLE SCHOOL Position #1 Western Auto + 44 W. 1ST, COQUILLE • 396-3804 0wTm00m ............... ToTm=_I00 ..... .... ....... SPRING SHIPMENT g g00h'' oIi00 WNMOWr, t and , [IN-HOME SERVICE, NOW AVAILABLE I J ) TILLERS , uys ecs HAS ARRIVED Fax 396-6013 Or call TOLL FREE: 1-800-936-5334 Western Credit I I !18s w: Centra,, I 10; Trudy Baker- 5 - 10; Edie =a•a•=a•=aa•a='aaaa=a==aaaaaa=aaa•aaa• LaFlamme-3-10;PamMiller.3 .= MARCH " - 10; Sandy Jacobs - 3 - 10; Eunice _= • Byers - 3 - 10/5 - 7; Lois Cunning- • ham - 3 - 10; Janet Van Cleave - 3 == • - 10; Stella Downs- 3- 10; Cheryl : Garden hints from your OSUExtension Agent • Emler- 5 - 10; Lisa Hermann - 5X; • ' ' • = * Western Oregon: If soil is dry enough, begin vegetable garden • Carolyn Hogan - 4 - 5 / 4 - 5; Sue • soil preparation and plant cool season crops (peas lettuce, cabbage, • Ehrman- 3 - 9- 10; Nancy Sterzinar • '  ' • omens, kale, chard). • - 5 - 7. • ° Central Oregon: Plant seed fiats for cole crops (cabbage, • Men _= cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts.) " • Dean Laber - 236 - 646 - 226 - • ° Divide hosta, daylilies, mums and peonies. • 618 - 278 - 247 - 247 - 772; Bill • ° Plan and plant an edible landscape or flower bed • • • • Millins-213-226-629-215-258 • ° If you lack space, plan a container garden: grow radishes, carrots, • - 225 - 698; Rick Dean - 220 - 257 • lettuce and tomatoes. • - 213 - 690; Russ Inman- 225 - 632 • * Femhze evergreen shrubs and trees. • • Treat crowns of raspberry plants with registered insecticides to • - 219 - 237 - 226 - 682; Dan  control raspberrycaneborer. Hermann - 259 - 623 - 222 - 222 - • • Western Oregon: Plant berry crops (strawberries, raspberries, It 637 - 217 - 212 - 247 - 676; John • blueberries, blackberries) • Kindgren - 225 - 215 - 254 - 234 - • " • • • Western Oregon: Fertilize cranberries (broadcast or band a • 1665; Brandon Miller - 243 - 603 - • complete fertilizer or manure). • i 236 - 225 - 242 - 643 - 663; Royce • • • • • Western Oregon: Plant gladmlas and dahlias. • Ure - 211 - 605 - 235 - 227 - 643; • • Start tuberous begonias indoors. • Bud Grant- 223 - 620; Max Napier _= ° Prune spring-flowering shrubs after blossoms fade. • - 222 - 225 - 617; Veto Crockett - • ° Trim or shear heather when bloom period is finished. 210 - 213 - 614; Jim Eveans - 235 • ° Fertilize rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas with acid type • -612; Verle In•an - 215 - 225 - • femhzer. 610; Glenn Gorst- 215 - 225 - 608; • • Spray to control leaf and twig fungus diseases in sycamore, • • • hawthorne, and willow trees. • Victor Johnson - 212 - 218 - 601; I • • Use stored scion to graft fruit and ornameqtal trees. Dave Eckholm - 212; Gary l• • " T eat lawns for chmch bug or European craae fly, if damage hasr " •a Gangewer- 218 - 215; Rich Mauro I • been observed. • -211 -222;SteveWest-218-255; I • • Spread compost over garden and landscape areas a • • • Bob Monteith - 236; Diz Couch - 1• • Spray tulips at 10 - to 14-day intervals soon after plant shows • 237; Gerry Strain - 211; Jeff Ful- I • through ground to control tulip fire, a fungus disease • lerton - 211; Jeff Kremers - 215 - 1• • Western Oregon: Best time of year to thatch and renovate • 222; Richard Dixon - 225; Bill / • lawns. • Throop - 212 • • • • 1• Plan the vegetable garden carefully for sprmg, summer, and • " 1• fall eating and preservation. • ' • - |• * Learn to identify the predatory insects that can help to keep aphids • and other pests under control. • ' | Protect new plant growth from slugs. 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