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UP ~ A group of Coquille Valley Middle School girls got together for a picture at graduation ceremony Friday, above• Micheal Wickman photo Below, classmates receive diplomas from CVMS principal Mark Nortness• Micheal Wickman photo CVMS eighth-graders celebrate the I with a pool party Thursday• Janet Richardson photo county Who Who available Who's running Coos County? Find out in the new 2001-2003 edition of Who's Who: Elected and Appointed Officials in Coos County with all county officials listed -- and how to reach them. Discover which of your neighbors is on a county, city, school or hospital board or com- mission. The compact book also lists all Oregon state legislators and pertinent officials -- with numbers to reach them -- and much more. Published by the League of Women Voters of Coos County as a nonpartisan, voter-service project, this useful book is costs $2 and is now available at dozens of locations throughout the county. Pick one up at The Sentinel and other county news- paper offices; county offices, elections, tax and Sheriff Departments; visitor centers; city halls; book stores, print shops; Farr's; The Emporium; Huggins Insurance; or from any League member. Look for the bright orange booklet on display or ask for Who k Who in Coos County, or contact editor Vi Fietz at 267- 5306, Margie Marshall at 756- 5290, or League president Judith Van Duzer 267-6509. e w rue makes attractive addiiJon to garden and Jean Hanna's Overflowing English gardens a few weeks I saw an intriguing identified as rue. It to find unfamiliar especial- contain a great of common as well as specimens. like small puffs of atop a three-foot quite similar to is in fact a close (Aquilegia), named Thalictrum which even with knowledge of Latin, "columbine ,like raOre or less. Both and Thalictrum belong Year Round Gardening by Mike Kelly . j:' to the genera of the ranunculus family. Another familiar member of this family is the common but- tercup. More easily remembered, rue is known as meadow rue, or Chinese meadow rue. Jan found seed avail- able on the Internet, and ordered a packet. There are many species of Thalictrum, with flowers ranging in color from blues and purples, to rose. Most species have inconspic- uous flowers; perhaps this is why it isn't more widely grown. We think it will make a nice addition to our perennial bed, growing with Linaria and columbines. We've finished potting up or 40 or more tuberou, begonias. One was already blooming, though it was hardly more than a couple of leaves and barely five inches high. It is probably one of the "non-stop" types Jan grew from seed several years ago. Two of our older tubers failed to sprout, although the tubers were big and solid. It may be that after years and years of growing, the tubers run out of eyes, I don't know. The birds that visit our gardens seem to be the usual types in most usual quantities. There were a horde of humming birds, consum- ing up to three quarts of syrup a day. They thinned out a little by the second week of June. Evening grosbeaks are few and far between: only one pair visit our feeders reg- ularly. Blackheaded grosbeaks increase in numbers each year, as do the chickadees. Wild pigeons still frequent the yard but since they are thwarted from getting to the feeders they don't stay long. Doves seem to get a pretty good meal from seed that is spilled from feeders into the grass. The drab fly- catchers remain the favorite bird to obserye, with their habit of making frequent short forays from the same fence post in their constant search for prey. They appear to be successful hunters. TRUCKING EXCAVATING Trucks • Belly Dump • Backhoe • Cat Dirt & Premium Top Soil Available All Sizes of Rock (541) 396-4146 CCB*sre Coquille, Oregon Hard Working, Mature Individual If you are unemployed or underemployed We Need To Talk! Real Estate Training And Help With placement South Coast Center Professional Studies ;219 Broadway, North Bend 756-0426 ation Bible School The doors will be wide open at Baptist Church, Coquille The Week of June 18-22 From 9 a.m. to noon. Our theme this year is "Heaven: The Last FrontierI" ages K - 6th are invited to join g week of Bible stories, Crafts, music, snacks, and prizes. ap the kids in your neighborhood them an opportunity to hear God's Word and enjoy a time of recreation and The program is free! See you there! Questions? Call Vlekie at 396-3977 Church at 396-2921. THE SENTINEL--Wednesday, June 13, 2001--FIVE i i Sentinel Crossword Puzzle (Solution on Page 14) 53 S5 ACROSS DOWN 1 What a bald man is missing 1 Skirt edge 5 Second letter of the greek 2 Cutting tools alphabet 3 What a mosquito bite does 9 radio 4 Excessively ornate 12 Exalt 5 Operatic bass 14 Long time 6 Conger 15 Foars morn 7 Also 16 City 8  and Cleopatra 17 Coin machine 9 National capital 18 Fresh 10 Athletic field 19 Summer pants 11 Cat cries 21 Smelly vegetables 13 Coiled rope 23 Hi! 15 Mutilated 24 Lack of iron 20 Tropical edible root 25 Stir 22 Roman emperor 28 Harp 24 Hawaiian 'hello' 29 Visit 25 Wields 30 Chest 26 Penned in 33 Aromas 27 Do it again 37 Stop 31 Zips 38 Fire remains 32 Compass point 39 Demise 34 Smell 40 Cattle 35 Travel by horse 43 Finish 36 Germ 46 Poem of praise 41 Per __ 47 Parlay 42 Furrow 49 Stared 44 Block 51 Hoofed mammals of tropical 45 Strangely America 48 Company 53 Grounds 50 Whirls 54 Medium-sized tuna 51 Present time 55 Remains 52 Carrot cousin 58 Modify 53 Several feet 59 Exploiter 54 Arch 62 Light purple flower 56 Vivacity 64 Space ship builders 57 Japanese dress 65 Posttraumatic stress disorder 60 Pigpen 66 Many months 61 Vane direction 67 Imbue 63 Central Standard Time 68 Potato sprouts 69 Annoyance Church li:,irector00 HOPEODVENANF REFORMEDCHURCH 580 East 9th - Coquille, OR 97423 Sunday School 9:45 am.; Morning Worship, I h00 a.m.' Af|emoon Service. 4:30 p.m. PASTOR RON JOLING - 396-4183 PIONEERUNHED METHODISTCHURCH 180 N. Baxter, Coquille, OR 97423 Phone 396-4645 Sunday Services: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. REV. SHIRLEY KNIGH T " 39i-3477 EMMANUELBAPTIST CHURCTIN'WCBA 282 W. Sixth, Coquille, OR 97423.. Sunday Schen)l ........................................... 9:30 a,m. Morning Worship Service ....................... 10:45 a.m Bible Study/Prayer Service, Wednelay .. 7:00 p.m. PASTOR JOHN BALDWIN - 396-2921 YOUTH PASTOR JOHN OWENS BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH North Dean at 12th Street Pwtor: Bruce Perkln. • Phone (503) 396-$613 SUNDAY SERVICFS: 9:45 a.m. Sun, School • I I a.m. Worship Service • 6:(X) p.m. Evening Service WEDNESDAY SERVICES • 7 p m. I'rayer Meeting * 7 p.m, Youth Gnr, ap Chn.t', GPrat Ccnnmlsshm . Our Great Ccnwenl FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD "Ministry to the Whole Family" 457 Fast 2rid St. Coquille, Orqlon 9:30 Sun. School; 10:45 a.m. & 6 pan. Worship Svku & Chltdrms Church (nursery provided) Family Ntlht Wed=. '7 p.m. REV. G. PHILLIP CARNEY, PASTOR 396-4205 NEW HORIZON CHURCH OF GOD 8th & Elllott, Coqullle, OR 974/.3 PASTOR JAMES PALMER 396-5807 or 396-5468 Sunday ScI)I ................................................ I0:00 a.ra. Morning Wrnship ........................................... I I:00 a.m. Praise Sexvice .................................................. 6.'00 pro. Family Night ................................. Wt'dn¢sday 7:00 p,m CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 997 W. Central Blvd., Coqullle, OR 97423 Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Wohip, 10:45 Evening Worship. 6:00 p.m. 396-252 ! I EPISCOPAL CHURCHES ] of the Coquille Valley I Sunday Eucharist: I 9:(10 a.m. - Holy Eucharisl, .., St, James. Coquill¢ I I 1:00 a.m. - Holy EucharislSt. Marks. Myrtle Point I 4:00 p.m, - Holy Eucharist ...... St. Paals'. Powers I EDGAR E. SHIPPEY, VICAR I 9 - - -7 9 COQUILLE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 10th & Folsom, Coquille, OR 97423 396-3542 Wohip Services 9:15 a.m. & 10:45 a,m. Bible School: 9:15 a,m. & 10:45 a.m. CRAIG B.FII.MLEY.SINIOASTI3 .A.s'roR PRAISE CENTER FOURSQUARE CHURCH 1540 N. Hemlock, Coquille Sunday Worship 10 a.m. WKI. 0inner 6 p.m.. Classes & Y0uth Gr0ul 76:30 p.m. 396-5548 CHURCH OF CHRIST Meets at 2nd & Gould (P.O. Box 382) Worship Times: Sundays, I I a.m. & 6 p.m. Bible Class: Sundays 10 a.m. & Wednesdays at 7 p.m. David Blankenship, Minister 396-2508 FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 970 N. Central, Coquiile, OR 97423 9:00a.m.-Celebralio Service 10:30a.m.- Traditional Service - Babysitting Avail. 7:30 - Wednesday Gift Night PHONE 396-4652 sG7Ne VICTORYTABERNACLE Full Gospel Truth Church Inc. Sun. School 9:.') a.m.; Morning Wondlip I I a,m; Sun. evening 6 p,m,; Thurs. evening 7 p.m. Ministering Io the deaf. 360 E 3rd St,. Coquill¢. OR Pastor/Rev, & Mrs. Denton COQUILLESEvENTH DAY ADVENTISTCHURCH 1051 N. Cedar Point Rd. Coqulli¢, OR 97423 396-3890 Worship Hours: Sat. 9:30 a.m,, Sabbath School; I h00 a.m.. Divine Worship; Wed. 7:00 p.m., Bible Fellowship Pastor Dolt Gladden - 396-4778 FIRb'TMISSIONARY BCHURCH 1170 W. 1101, Coqutlle Sunday School 10a.m.,Worship 11 a.m., Sunday Evenings 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study & PrayerService7 p.m. THIS SPACE COULD BE YOURS