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iu COQUILLE VALLFY SE . fINE Page I-B O0 OqO00 0 O0 O, OO0, 0 0 I'O O0 ee @ 0 O o 0 o0 0 o B , 0 , ' png t,ong Girl Weds Glenda Paulsen town Mo Donated City ille Man RE At I's 00RIC Joyce Louise Yost Mr. and Mrs. Russell Yost of Coquille, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Louise, to Mr. Nick Jan- sen. Mr. Jansen, a graduate of SWOCC, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jansen of Coos Bay. Joyce has also completed two years at SWOCC. The wed- cling has been planned for Sept- ember. Soroptimist Plan Party Curt Beckham spoke recently to the Soroptimist of Coquille for the second time on the His- tory of Coos County. The mere- St. James Eplsocpal Church in Coquille was decorated with white, stock, white gladiolas and Lily-of-the-Valley as well as seven-tiered candelabra for the May 15 wedding of Lily Wong and Eric Stephen Gould. The double-ring ceremony was performed at 3 p.m. by the Rev. Orlo Hoye. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wong Lau, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Leland Bennett Gould of Coqullle. The bride was escorted to the altar by Dee Richardson, uncle of the bridegroom. / She was attired in a silk and lace gown fashioned with overlay of pearls which she designed. The gown was tailored in Hong Kong. She carried a nosegay of roses and white chrysanthemums arrang- ed with baby breath. Attending the bride as mat= ton of honor was Mrs. Barry Richardson, gowned in a long pink dress of silk. She car- ried white carnations tied with streamers. Ronald Gould, bro- ther of the bridgeroom,was his best man. Barry Richardsor b cousin of the bridegroom, ser- ved as usher. Soloist fan Dorsett sang "Be Thou With Me" by Bach. Tra- ditional wedding processional and recessional were played on the organ by Mrs. fan Dorsett, who also accompanied the solo- ist. Wedding guests were rec- eived by the newlyweds at the home of his parents, where white stock, mock orange and candies were used as recept- ion decorations. Mrs. Walter Litzenberger cut and served cake, while Mrs. Ray Fisl:.,r poured coffee. M,-s. Wasley Laird Ladled punch and Judy Fisher registered guests. Assisting about the rooms were Mrs. Dee Richardsor b Mrs. Max Powers, Mrs. Mar- shall Kennedy, Mrs. Doug Welch Mrs. Tallant Greenough and Mrs. Bob Bryan. The bridegroom*s mother was attired in an apricot and silver French Lame ensemble. The bride attended St. Mar- garet's Girls College in Hong Kong, while the bridegroom is a graduate of Coquille High School and Occidental College is Los Angeles. He is pre- sently in the U.S. Armed For- ceS. For their wedding trip to San Francisco and Los Angeles, the bride was dressed in a tur- quoise silk sheath with a jew- sled collar. The newlyweds are now at home in Fo: ., Maryland. Out-of-town guests at the wedding Included Mrs. Ray Fi- sher of Woodburn, Mrs. Theo- dore Blackstad and Barbara Blackstad of Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Fisher, Judy and Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Fisher and Pamela of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Richardson of Eugene, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Rankln of Newport, John Head of Medford, Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeTemple and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sommers of Port- land, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Me- Cue of Eugene, Mrs. R. C. Vaughan of Bandon, Mr. and Mrs. E1ton Schroeder and Dr. and Mrs. Herb ThomasofMyr- tie Point, Mr. and Mrs. David Gaslin of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Karl GeMert of Coos Bay Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kern of North Bend, Don Dickey of Sa- lem, Ron Gould of Los Angeles Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gr- iffin of Brookings and Debbie Hooker of Sunnyvale, Calif. Glenda Paulsen Tops Club Sustains Loss Tops Pounds-A-Weigh Club members continued their pro- gress for the past two weeks. Sally Solmon was crowned queen wigh a 5 lb. loss. Millie Ras- mussen was runner-up with a two pound loss. Best loser or the month was Sally Solmon, losing 11 I/2 pounds. Queen for last week was Lillian EUiott, 3 I/2 pound loss and Sally Solmon, losing 2 pounds. To Lead Bethel Bethel No. 15, International Order of JobWs Daughters, Coq- ville will hold a public in= stallation of ofofflcers on Mon- day, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Katie Krelck, retiring hon- ored queen will be the instal- ling officer, assisted by Carla Paulsen, Cathy Grumbling, Krlstie Kreick, Sidney Sher- wood, Kaye Enlund, CandyCal. houn, and Miss Rover. Elected officers include Hon- Junior Miss Entry Blanks ored Queen, Glenda Paulsen; Senior Princess, Kathy Water- man; Junior Princess, Helen Slack; Guide, Lori Bryan and Marshal, Lisa Carlson. Appointed officers are Re- corder Susan Vaughn; Chap- lain, Cindy Marshall; Treas- ure, Vlcki Stevens; Librar- ian, Debbie Pierce; Musician, Denise Goodwin; First Messen- ger, Shari Dllkes; Second Mes- senger, Patty Owen;Third Mes. senger, AUda Edgmon; Fourth Messenger, Mary Player; Fifth National Junior Miss Pageant entry blanks are now available for girls in Coquille, Coos Bay, Reedsport and Nort h Bend, Llnda Templin, publicity chair- man for the sponsoring Bay Area Jaycettes has announced. These are available from Mrs. Don (Betty) Rogers 269-9735. Girls who will be seniors this fall are eligible to enter. Girls will be judged on their poise, personality, talent, phv- slcal features and scholastic achievement. Prizes include $100 bond, state and national level Scholarships, and a trip to Portland and Mobile, Ala. for the winners. Judging takes Place Nov. 6, with a "Get Acquainted Tea" held in October. Early entry is encouraged. Current winner in the Bay Area for 1970 is Kathy Reicke, Coos Bay. For further information contact Mrs. Don Rogers 396- 9735 or Mrs. Linda Templin 756-3549. Messenger, Crlss Stevers; In- ner Guard, PattySchlatter; Out- ter Guard, Donna Muir; Senior Custodian, Karen Parry and Junior Custodian, Barbara Pierce. Soloist, SharlSchnelder; As- sistant Recorder, Leslie Haga; Page of the East, Marla Bll- lings; Lady of the Lights, Ter- ry Zwicker; Flag Bearer, Terri Ramsey; Choir: Patty Billings, Gall Waterman, Pauia DoutMt, Linda Rinear, Tanya Baker, Kelly Rogan, Denita Sears and Klm Clasen. The Coqullle Valley Junio: Women*s Club completed one of their projects Thursday whc, an Ariens riding lawn mowc:: was donated to the city of C( qullle. The mower will be usc for many city projects, but ,: major concern to Club mere, bers, it will be used to mow th,: Pioneer Cemetery on West 6t: which has been a Club projec* for about three years. Th  Junior Women would like tc thank the many people o Cb-, quille who donated moneywhicb helped them in the purchase o the needed mower. Remember DAD On Father's Day with a gift from sCoq.uille ahone00 " ROI00" SAT. SUN hit.pikin'  is a  WALT THE CAR" UR DO, LLARS. During Our SUMMER SALE Casual Dresses with Mini Shorts kad|es Sizes $5 10-18 ONLY Men's Shirts Perm-Press - Short S leeve Dress Styles [ Sport Style Sizes 3 $ 5 Sizes ,4 ,,,2- ,z For S-M-L-L SWIM WEAR Ladies Girl's Mens I & 2 Piece Styles I & 2 Piece Styles Stretchable latex *100% Nylons' *Solids * Helanka Knit *Prints Boys Solids - Stripes - Trims Crew Socks Men's 100% Orlon Fits 10- 13 Boy's Size 7 - I0 IOO% Cotton 3 Pr. For$1 Boy's hers enjoyed hearing about the Sizes 6 16, 30 38 Sizes S-M-L Szes S-M-L - - Sze, ,-S. -X. 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