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Page 2-B COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL Thursday, Pot Luck Supper Tonight A PICNIC at LaVern Park ended the activities of the F air- view School June 3. Ribbons were given participants of games held before the pot luck dance awards were given to Matthew Warren Denise Ayo- tte, Jeannette Beauchamp, and Kelly Lehman. Honorable men- tion went to Julie DeLong Come on by the Olympia Brewery in Tumwater, and help us celebrate 75 years in the same location. We're open every day, 8 to 4:30. Olympia Brewing Company Tumwater, Washington*Oly * C arrie DeLong, and Darin Hart- well for being absent only one day. Also absent only one day since entering school were Crystal McGahan and Priscilla McGahan. It was also announc- ed that Brad West was the re cepient of the Fairview PTO College Scholarship. THLq EVENING, June I0, there is to be a pot luck supper at LaVern Park starting at 6:00 and followed by music by the Gold Coast Trio, Bob Greene, Jerry WIlklson, and Bob Winders. Everyoneiswel. come. F AiRVIE W-McKINLE Y Town and Country Chrlstim WomenPs Club will hold their yearead picnic for families featuring a Western theme Sunday, June 13, starting at 12:30. ERIK HARTWELL, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hartwell, came d6wn with the mumps June 4, the day after the school picnic. RECENT VISITORS at the home of M'. andMrs. Bob Abell were her mother and step- father, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bevard, Portland, Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey and family, Roseburg, and Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey and family, Coq- uille. The Harvey men are brothers of Mrs. AbelL LOIS McGAAN, Rosle Wil- son and Betty Cress were in Eugene last week-endbowllng in the State Bowling Tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Lee White were in Seattle, Portland, and Eugene last week visiting several co-op food stores and they did some nuying for the Coos Head Foc>fl Store in North Bend. White was Your lairvlew Correspondent Mrs. Deadmond 396-2697 instrumental in getting the low- cost food store started in Coos County. A SPECIAL meeting at Fair- view Community Church June 2 found several people from the Falrview McKinley area listening to Mr. Duff from Vil- lage Missions headquarters as- sure the m there would be a pastor assigned this church this summer after conferences were over. Local Youths Named 4-H Sc!ool Delegates Sixty - six Coo Cou y C ' Haag, Coquille Home 4-H'ers have been named del- egates to 4-H Summer School at Oregon State University, Corvallis, June 14-19, reports Lyle L. Brown, extension agent. They will meet and live with some 1600 other 4-H club mere= hers from all parts of Oregon. During their attendance at 4-H Summer School, the 4-H'ers will have classes in computer science, ecology, consumer education, food tech- nology, plant science, and many other subjects. These classes are taught by university in= struction, industrial leaders, and extension specialists. In addition to the classes, ample Extension Unit and CoquilIe Flower Lovers; Phyllis Pur- celia, Riverton Community Club; Susan Trolard, Miss Ida Oerding; Tina Russell, Ran= dolph Community Club and Roadrunners Home Extension Unit; Debbie Sanders, Broad- bent Grange 729; Karen Sand= man, Coquille Women's Club; Cherri Sayler, Coquille Rotary Club; AlethaSmith, B.P.W. Club of Coquille; Randy DeMaln, Falrview P.T.O.; RobertaMul- lins, Farr's Hardware; and Tom Cunnlngham of Powers, Georgia Pacific. Other scholarship winners Skyloft Invites opportunity will be given to the delegates for recreational anti- vities such as assemblies, par- Sets In Order ties, barbecue, and a talent - m show. , _ The Sets - In - Order square dance club had their regular dance on Saturday. They will not dance during June so the club may attend the stateSquare Dance Festival in Eugene. Chef Martin, caller, invited the club to the Skyloft Squares on Saturday. He will grad- uate a class of square dancers that night. For the next two Tuesdays he will hold work shop for square dancers to acquaint them with the new calls being introduced into dancing. Coos 4-H Agent Lyle Brown says that the delegates were awarded scholarships on the basis of their 4-H club work, and achievement. Selections were made by a committee of 4-H leaders. Those selected from the Coquille- Falrview area together with the donors of the scholarships include: Robert Cooke, Coquille Kiwanis Club; Wade Gould, Coqullle PTO; Craid Morgan, Coquille Lions Club; David Scolari, Coos County Dairy Wives; Carol Connelly, Coqnille Grae#.396; include: Randee Clinton, U.S. National Bank of Coquille; Re- becca Dixson, Roseburg Lum- ber Company of Coquille;Vicky Dlxson, First National Bank of Coqullle, Mary Knight, Coos- Curry Electric; and Roberts Mullins, Farr's Hometown Hardware. 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I I I I Address I | C,tr State Z,p | I I I Sty First National Branch is | h I I III I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I II1 Well like to gettoknow you. BANK OF OREGON ..h.,F.D.,.{. The American Legion and Auxiliary, the Veteran's of F or - eign Wars and Auxiliary, and the Barracks of World War I and Auxiliary, met at the Coquille River Bridge where Legion Commander, Bob McCarthy, read the memorial tribute. Wreaths of poppies were simu- taneously placed in the river by American Legion Auxiliary President Elect, Mrs. Evelyn Benham, and V.F.W. Auxiliary President , Mrs. Dorothy Arnold, as taps were sounded by bugler, Joe McCarthy. From the bridge the Am- erican Legion and the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary proceeded to each of the four Coquille cemeteries Myrtle Crest Memorial Gardens, the Odd- fellow's, Pioneer and the Mas. onic cemetery. Where services were held and a wreath of poppies placed at the flag pole or on the Veteran's memorial : monument. This is the first year that all three Veterans' organiza- tions have combined their ob-. servance of Memorial Day, ex- cept for last year's dedication of the Coquille Hospitals' flag pole. It is hoped that the com- bined services can be held an- nually. 10,000 people read the Classifieds, are you one? GIFT DAD WITH A o|soTom GRASS SHEAR under fences, around trees . the vereat Dlseton Cordless Electric Grass Sheer delivers "pueh-bulton.trlmming". anywhere. , Also Available with longhandle lor added ease. $34.95 MASON HARDWARE & PAINT 73 E. Main - Coquille, Ore City Ma nagers By Frank all I had a visit from a young man who was born and raised in Coquille but who now lives and works 150 miles south of Fairbanks, Alaska where he re- ceives the Sentinel exactly 2 weeks after the date of pub- lication. Pat Schely was the visitor, formerly a Coos County De- puty Sheriff, but now a state trooper with the State of Al- aska. Pat said that the coldest wea- ther he experienced since he went up there was 70 below zero, and when it warmed up to 40 below he was driving with his window down and his arm out. The Sentinel arrives inFalr- banks a week after publication and is delivered to Pat a week later on a scheduled mail del- ivery to his post. The duties of a trooper vary from those of a policeman or deputy in other states in that he is a "Father Confessor", marriage counselor, first aid about to perry. The ed and will this fine The piano 5 sold to plus the which Several made and the final on June 9. I have a decision the mayor ie matter. A candidates and presented at Oregon's ment. man or doctor, legal advisor, The June arbitrator, but first a state services trooper, zen of Oregon *** Clark Julian Years ago a little ditty quite in the often quoted to indicate the de- ture, will gree of intoxication ran like ment this: time in more Not drunk is he, who from the a dinstin floor can rise again to drink has once more, but drunk he is, graduating who prostrate lies and can net- ther drink nor rise. The contractor on theKnowl- ton Heights has pulled off the job temporarily while he cleans up on a job he has done at Aumsville. There was work that could have kept them going locally but they believed their pur- poses would be better served if they finished their Aums- ville job while our South First Street section was re-designed to go into the street rather than through the backyards of the north side properties. One property required 3 ch- anges of direction and consequ- ently 3 manholes to be buried in one backyard, to avoid de- struction of improvements to that yard. The council, at their June 1 special meeting, agreed to show the affected property owners, the improved design of the im- provement before construction was to be renewed. We will aks their approval of this re-design and to sign a deposition to that effect. Our holding pen fo dogs is in operation and working. One of the first two dogs we put in it escaped through a hole which no respectable cat could crawl through. We plugged that escape hat- ch and have had no trouble since. Dogs are held there only un- til the control officer can be contacted and a pick up made. If your dog is missing and you suspect us, the best place to check is the pound. The "Bette Davis" piano ow- ned by the Coquille Valley Com- munity Concert Association is mmunlUes grees, gree on essfully ments, are: College Bachelor ure: Coquille. Bachelor Jam Harley BachelOr College istration: Bachelor aneY , C( rence Towle ' uille. Cello Master Robert Bachelor Ills A. file. School of Bachelor Bachelor WilLiam OSU Mr. and were in end to daughter Ca State GRUDGE MATCH ": FIGHT" COOS BAY TUES, JUNE 15TH 13: KURT VON STEIGER, 237 VS. ("NO DISQUALIFICATION", GIlAlh OUND RING TO SEE THAT INGI) ALSO: SNUKA VS. KARL: LAIN' TICKETS AT SPORTSMAN AND BAY. CRUSHER STKSTAK WILL GREAT CARD[ MYRTLE B -- SUMMER ACTIVITIES Village Market Fridays.lO a.m. 1.50 per p_erson W,n Groceries Starts June 18 Sunday Special 3 Lines For $1 I0 a.m. to 2 No Taps Tourney III Any Time Lanes Are Avai 9 Pins On First Bali-Counts As Weekly Cash Prizes! e Point Hwy