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March 8, 1973 COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL i 0000000000000 00000 eooeoooooooooooooo Page I-B ji ille Couple Take Vows Here i7 : Pamela Elaine Lytle, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lytle, Coquille and Keith Eug- ene Lewis, son of Mr. andMrs. Darrell Lewis, Coquille, were united in a double ring cere- mony at First Christian Church, February 3. The Rev. James Huckaba officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown overlayed with color- ful organdy, an empire waist trimmed with white satin, and a shoulder length veil. Her flow- ers were blue carnations, pink rosebuds, yellow mums and lav- endar pen-pens. Katie Lytle served as her sis- ter's maid of honor. Laurilea Barton, Coos Bay, and Laura Metcalf, Coquille, were bride's maids. The maid of honor and bride's maids wore matching floor-length, empire waisted gowns of colorful cotton, trimmed with lavendar ribbon and wore veils. Lance Barton, Coos Bay, was best man. Wayne Walter, Wash- ington and Kenny Lewis, Coq- utile served as ushers. Soloist Nancy Carvall, Coq- uille, sang "Never My Love, We've Only Just Begun". Or- gan music was provided by Denise Goodwin. A reception was held in the church after the wedding. For her going-away outfit, the bride wore an orange knit pant suit Mr. and Mrs. Lytle were bo- th Coqullle High graduates and will make their home here. MR. AND MRS. KEITH LEWIS weds Return Home Winter Wedd,ng daughter of Mr. Beebe, F airview became the Peerson, Coquille, 20. Linda rm high .972; Bub, sonar Mrs. also attended The young at home on Fair- honoring the new was held in the cafeteria Feb. Kiser and Shirley The tables with red and white with red and red hearts, A white sheet a red heart encircled and white flowers as Coffee and punch with the cake. won the door prizes were won Shirley Bee- and Karen Sut- attending were Vanda Kiser, and Kim, Elsie tnet Simpson, Grace Prince, June Clements, Bar- Laurie Metcalf, Cory Courtright, Terry Beeb% Sandee Fisher, , Shirley Beebe - bride), and Ruth of the groom). gifts although were Joy Gill, Linda Hagen, Tammie FuRs, Carlson, Eula Cox, Linda Cox, Josle Starrett, Joy DeMain, Marie Wolfe, Jane Metcalf, Bobble Jo Sturgill, Rhonda DeMain, Elaine At)ell, Sheri Metcalf, Janice Simpson, Doris Remele, Littlan Frame, Clara Deadmond, Loree Them- men, and Nlta Mlddleton. Couple Engaged Sandra Yager Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yager have announced the engagement of their daughter Sandra Ann to Daniel Richard Grumbling son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Grumbling. Sandie is a graduate of Coq- bat of Central utile high school and attended the Caribees uses Portland State University for "sonar" to find one year. Dan graduated from to the National Coquille High and is majoring Society's recent in Electronics at Oregon Tech- Behavior." nical Institute. He will grad- locates small fish uate in June. it skims the March 17th has been set for its prey with the wedding date. B BY FRANNIE WILKERSON Dandelion Wine; Combine and let stand in a covered crock 9 days: 4 qt s water and 4 qts dandelion blossoms (unsprayed)., Strain and squeeze flowers. To water extract add 3 lb. honey, 3 sliced lemons and one cake yeast. Let stand in crock 9 days. Then strain into a Jug. Leave it, cork off, until it stops working. It's agoodidea to secure cheesecloth over the opening with a rubberband to prevent allen strains of yeast to enter -- then cork it up. Store in cellar 5-6 months. Bill Miller at the Coos Head Family Co-op wants every- body believing that we needthe HARDTIMES FEDERAL CR- EDIT UNION as an alternative to local bank/savings & loan associations, at least as far as good food in your mouth is concerned, to he at room 413 Tioga Hall SWOCC at 7:30 March 20. A free almanac charting phases and signs of the moon for planting can be requested from Indiana BotanlcalGar- dens P.O. Box 5, Hammond, Indiana. Ask also for an herb catalog. Other good seed sou- rces are: Kitazawa Nursery 865 Taylor, San Jose, Nichols Garden Nursery, Pacific Hwy, Albany, Ore. The Coquille Organic Grow- ers Assn. will meet Sunday March II at 2 p.m. attheSen- ior Citizens Center. Everyone is invited. Be sure to bring your extra seed catalogs, seed or plants for trading, and if you are able, something for POt- luck. Happy Garden Planning If you're having problems or have a good idea to share, come to the Sunday meeting. OPEN ., March lOth STORE HOURS : 9:00 t, 6:00 niture Mart ew Used Furniture, Appliances, & ecorator Lamps, Couches, Love eats, Coffee Table Sets, etc. STOP IN AND BROWSE Located at the former Mason Paint & Wallpaper Location. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Ma- lone have announcedthe engage- ment of their daughter Kelll to Robert L. Weekly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Week- ly all of Coquille. Miss Malone Is a senior at CHS and is employed at the Pizza factory. Her fiance, a graduate of CHS is employed at Roseburg Lumber co. in Coqullle. The young couple Nan a June wedding. Double Ring Ceremony Unites Coquille Couple An unusual touch to the recent wedding of Shaft Noreen Dilkes and Robert William Miller occurred as the bride's father escorted her to the altar. When she reached the front of the church, before she joined her husband-to-be, Shaft stopped in a loving gesture to give her mother, and her mother-in-law, each, a long-stemmed red rose and a kiss. Shari and Bob were joined in holy matrimony by Father Orlo Hove in an afternoon service recently at St. James Episcopal church in Coquille. She is the daughter of Mrs. Sharon Dilkes of Coquille and Gene Diikes of Florence; and the bride- groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller of Coquille. The bride's floor length gown of peau de soi satin was de- signed and made by her mother. The gown featured an overlay of venetian lace on the bodice, bishop sleeves with deep cuffs covered with the lace detailed by satin covered buttons and an additional accent of lace at the hemline. Her lace trimmed mantilla created a veil and train effect. The bridal flowers con- sisted of a cascading bouquet of roses, carnations, daisy mums and baby breath with a lift out corsage for her going away gown. Wedding traditions were hon- ored by the bride with a family heirloom cross for something old and her wedding gown for something new. Something borrowed was provided by her sister with the loan of her wedding veil and somethingblue was a linde Star ring given the bride by her father. Inadditloq she carried a lace trimmed hankerchief provided by her grandmother Norton, wore a tatted garter fashioned by Mrs. E. L. Benham and had a penny carrying her birthdate in her shoe. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. WayneVan Burger, Jr., of Seaside. She wore a floor length gown of burgandy velvet featuring an empire waist, bishop sleeves with a deep cuff and covered buttons of the cuff and down the back of the gown. Mrs. Van Burger wore a headpiece of carnations and roses and carr- ied a bouquet of blue carnations, daisy mums, baby breath and deep red roses. Best man was the bride- groom's brother, Jim Miller. Another brother, Paul Miller, and Ken Conley were ushers. Stacey Wulf was flower girl. She wore a blue dotted swiss empire gown and carried abas- ket of daisy petals. Mike Dal- rymple was ring-bearer. The bride was assisted by Mrs. Richard Gregory and Nancy Griffis. Brad and BrianCagley were acolytes. Soloist Rosemary Edwards sang The Wedding Song (There Is Love) and One Hand, One Heart. Organist Janice Kendall provided the traditional wedding music. The double rings rites were performed in a setting featur- ing blue and burgandy with big white baskets of blue car- nations, white gladiolus, daisy mums and greenery. Carna- tions, mums and fern were in the altar holders. Mrs. Dilkes wore a 3-piece navy suit accented in white and red. The bridegroom's mother chose a 3-piece blue suit and b r o w n accessories. The mother's corsages were white orchids and carnations ac- cented by burgandy ribbon to follow the bride's colors. Mrs. Miller arranged all of the flow- ers for the wedding and the re- ception, made the bridal bouquet, the attendant's flowers and special guest's corsages. A reception followed the wed- ding at the bride's home in Co- quill,. Mrs. Chet Sutphln at- tended the guest book. Maria Holzmeyer and Mrs. GaryRee- ves were at the gift table. Kathy Stone poured coffee, Nan- cy Griffis and Mrs. Gregory ladled punch. Mrs. Jim Miller and Sharon Miller cut and ser- ved the wedding cake which had been baked and decorated as a wedding gift by Mrs. Don Ross. Others helping at the reception were Mrs. Donna Dodge, Mrs. Joe Grlffis, Mrs. Larry Dairy- mple and Mrs. Ed Dtikes. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT MILLER Brenda Cagley distributed pac- kets of blue tinted rice. The new Mrs. Miller wore a long blue and white embossed cotton gown and a white crochet- ed shawl for her going away outfit. The couple traveled up the coast and to Eugene for their wedding trip. The bridegroom is in the U. S. Army and currently stationed at Presidio, Calif. with the 504th Military Police company. He graduated from Coquille High school in 1970 alxl received an associate degree at SWOCC in taw erfforcement in 1972. 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