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Page 2-A COQUILLE VALLEY" SENTINEL Dr. Reslock Wins State Elks Championship Co-medaUst Dr. John Res- lock of Myrtle Point shot his way to top honors in the clmm- pionship flight of the annual Oregon State Elks Golf Tour- nament last weekend on the Co- quille Valley Elks' Golf Course. Dr. Reslock gained the top prize by knocking off runner= up Steve Ray of Port afford in the finals of the match play tourney. The champion shared medalist honors with BobKelly, Myrtle Creek, with a qualify- ing score of 69. Erv Dettman, Coquille, cl.imed the senior Elks state championship on the basis of a final round victory over run- And We Can Provide You With The Best Let Us Work Out A Program For You. The Merger of Ramey Insurance Agency and C. Dean Mason Insurance has enabled us to offer sev- eral Additional Insurance Markets to serve you better. Phone 572-2929 "f'q//f C. DEAN MASON 704 Spruce Myrtle Point, Ore. ner-up Erv Wilberger of Myr tie Point. Results in other men's flights and in the women's division are as follows: First flight - - Champion, Lefty Martin, Cottage Grove; runner-up, Bob Kelly, Myrtle Creek. Second flight - - Champion, Sixth flight - - Champion, George Gant, Coos Bay; run- ner-up, Gene Simpson, Port- lando Seventh flight - - Champion, John Grimm, Eureka, Calif.; runner-up, Ray Chmiel, Co- quille. Senior first flight - - Cham- pion, O.S. Valentine, Bandon; Women's championship flight - - Low gross, Lucille Otter, Coquille; Low net,Jean Powers, Coquille. Women's first flight - - Low gross, Vera Thompson, Coquille; Low net, Irene Robinson, Myrtle Point. Women's second flight -- Low gross, Dorothy Sherrtz, inson, Myrtle Point; Low net, Joyce Killen, Coquille. Women's fourth flight - - Low gross, Ione Rice, Myrtle Pal Creek; Low net, Barbara Mar- tin, Cottage Grove. Women's long drive on No. 5, Irene Robinson; KP on No. 9, Lucille Otter Thursday, September' SAWDUST MUSIC INTERVIEWS STUDIO l'he Sawdust Theatre will PIANO-( hold interviews for directors for next year's plays and olio ACCODt acts on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 7-'30 p.m. at the Second street [42 N. COLLIER theatre in Coquille. 396-42 Board members of theSaw .......... dust Theatre extended their appreciation to the citizens of E MET E R Y Coquille and all those families Curbing & and individuals who supported E [m er C. this past theatre season. The No. 4 Um final performance was held Reedsport,' Saturday night, Sept. 1. Bo- Re ard Member Mike Dungan ex- T he .Or e plained that the season this Charles Storm, North Bend; runner-up, Joe O'Neal, Myr- Coquille; Lownet,ArleneKeat- * * * year broke all past attendance (Since runner - up, Roy Robinson, tle Point. ing. records for the theatre. Phone Myrtle Point. Senior second flight - - Women's third flight - - Third flight - - Champion, Champion, Wally Hardestry, Low gross, Mary Ann Rob- FIREMENTO SCENE **************, Art Clark, Coos Bay; rtmner- Tigard; runner-up, Lewis up, Bill Straw, Bremerton, Moore, Tigard. Coquille's volunteer fire-AL OR'E R Wash. Seniors third flight--Cham- Hors  ,s men rushed to the scene of Fourth flight - - Champion, pion, Ray Getchell, Gresham; The American Quarter a small fire in a garage inthe " ten hundred block on Elliott Bill Lane, Cottage Grove; run- rmmer-up, "Pistol" C-erke, tIorse was the first bre(,d de- street. Monday evening, Lo- ner-up, Ken Betmke, Roseburgo Silverton. vclol)ed in the Americas, ac- bar Day. " EXCELLENT LARGE S Fifth flight - - Champion, Seniors fourth flight - - cording to the book, "The Fire Chief Craig Perrott 'K* Barney Hebert, Coos Bay;rnn- Champion, LaNorm Pounder, Encyclopedia of the IIorse," said the fire was contained " ner-up, Lou Robinson, Myrtle Gold Beach; runner-up, Floyd recently published by the in less than 30 minutes. It  1"5 ACRE PARCELS Point. Bridgham, Myrtle Point. Viking th'(,ss. It originated destroyed some householdgo- ,] during the colonial era inthc ads stored in the garage. Jllll nuusl  Carolinas and Virginia, Owner of the small building ; ALL SEPTIC APPRO| I) ;_.,llm WIll where match racing was the was not reported. -- " " 1:  r  j  ' '  (*  ] '   outdoor sport, with . SURVEYED .:i!,:i.:'...?.'$:i!i:':'::.':(:.  races run on village streets , .::::::::,.:. :,::::;:::b :." :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .::, mr  ................ -"e*::..*:::*:::*.."-,:".'.':'.2igfl 1 and along (:ountry lanes among the plantations. These "] Office Located on Seven Devils To The Editor: to The Salvation Army Thrift horses were seldom raced })e-  Road Just One Mile North Store, 734 South Broadway, yond 440 yar(,is, hence the col- " ot Highway 101 and Five Miles The Salvation Artny is re- dropped inourconvenientdrop loquial name (tuartermiler." "  North of the City of Bandon. questing clothing to help the boxes located at various era- Mexican people in the recent cery stores, gas stations, and ( earthquake and flooddisaster, shopping centers in North Microfilm is expected to ac- Those interested in helping Bend and Coos Bay, or mailed count for 17 per cent of ))1  PHONE 347=3212 us with clothing; we would to The Salvation Army, P.O. photographic industry sales appreciate these being clean' Box 3537, Coos Bay, Oregon by 1(.)85, exceeded only by (" If No Answer, Call 773-7764 and usable; may wrap and tie 97420.  er Write P.O. Box 1087 Medford, oregon' the articles in bundles ident- Your newspaper has helped still photography and photo- . ifying for the Mexican people, us in the past and we trust copying. .$,1:$::._ _q$: The clothing will be accum- we will be worthy ofyourcon- ulated and sent to our head- tinual support in writing up quarters and from '.here they our appeal. will be expedited to where the need is. s/Major Arne Hanson The articles may bebrought Coos Bay COME IN AND ENTER TWO-WEEK VACATION. OR WIN A BIG TRIP TO TAHITI OR AFRICA. OR TO HAITI SAN JUAN OR ARUBA. SAVE BIG ! on ROGERS LATEX FLAT EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT The weather's perfect for painting. And the savings are perfect on Rogers :" LatexTtat Exterior House Paint, It's your kind of paint. Young, fresh and contemporary. It's easy to apply, easy to live with. Pro :ects as it beautifies. Use it on siding and trim. On wood, metal or stucco. 99 " GALLON (White and Colors) INN.I.jIS LATEX HOUSE PAINT SALE ENDS OCTOBER 6TH MASON'S PAINT & WALLPAPER 6th & Central Coquille i LB Turkey Drumsticks Nerbergall's Link Sausage ,b.$1 39 Nebergall's By the Piece Bologna Nebergall's 79 Franks ,00-oz S l iced Neberga I I's Bacon 2# Nerbergall's Derined Slab Bacon TOILET TISSUE ZEE CLAM CHOWDER AVOCADOS Cauliflo Head 39 4 $1 ,oms00 Sweet Potatoes FOR Fresh Crop I ,. L.. IDS. Okra Onions Yellow Cucumbers Si Ik o coo.t NAPKINS lb. 39 'b. 9 10 I I Lettuce Heads JEANS SPECIALS GOOD 7. DAYS A Open 7 a.m. to midnight Prices Effective: Sept. 6 thru Sept ii i i i i