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September 6, 1973 STORES 4.881 SHELVING !1' shelving meas- ]2" x 48" high. j are adjustable at E434 COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL i! ! Coquille Couple Exchange Vows by Georgia Husted HARDWARE LLE NEW TEACHERS-New teachers in Coquille School District 8 this school year include from left to right (seated) Mrs. Penny Calvin, 8th grade language arts at Coquille valley middle school; Mrs. Ann Burton, language arts and reading at the middle school and Mrs. Corliss M. Burgher. business instructor at the high school. Back row from left are new high school' instructors David Harvey, business education, Ken Snoddy, wood shop and Albert Mangold, metals shop. of making encyclopedias for Wagnalls has learned enough children. tg Students Encyclopedia. something more than the next homework to learn on with tons it appeals to their native e on A Tlanes, for example, can perform lg how things fly. There are fat] : drawings,games and puzzles teach but provoke, involve and the process. Words, it's an encyclopedia children ey'll also use it a long time. , p !::i:i:i:!:!:!:!:i:{i:i3 It's designed to be simple enough for children just learning to read and comprehensive enough to serve until they're ready for an adult encyclopedia. They can't outgrow it the way they do shoes. Which brings up another nice point about the Young Students Encyclopedia: it's intended exclusively to help children, but it helps grown-ups too. First, it doesn't put much of a dent in your budget. Since it's sold direct to you through us, you can buy the complete 20-volume set a volume or two a week for only Sl.kq each. And the first volume for the introductory price of a quarter. Second, it helps prevent Mrs. Ann Zeigler had as her guests, Mrs. Camille Langley an her daughter Mrs. Jean Caskey and her daughter all from Roseburg. Mrs. Leo Aber has returned from Olympia Wash. where she spent the weekend visit- ing her uncle and aunt Mr. & Mrs. Joe Rice, and her cousins and family Mr. & Mrs. Dick Rice. Many will be happy to see Pastor Jim Nestingen back in the pulpit after his return from lheir vacation, and to see his lovely wife and baby Andy in the congregation. Pa- stor Phil Maakasted filled in for Pastor Nestingen while they were gone. A bridal shower for Sue Kitsch who will become the bride of Clifford Ash was held at the home of Connie Griffis with Nancy Griffis and Betty Dornath as co-host- essess. Cake and ice cream and coffee was served toDan- ida Erichsen, Martha Dunn, Janice MacManiman, Georgia you from doing what you shouldn't be doing anyway- your children's homework. It provides the answers; you just provide the encouragement. So instead of just shopping for things to nourish growing bodies, come in and pick up a Young Students Encyclopedia. And nourish their minds as well. Page 5-B - i i Husted, Kathryn Ash, Mamie Kierl, Ethel Glock, Nora Jor- dan, Mary Walton, Bernice Dettmann Sending gifts were Ilene Anglin, Millle Morris and Ellnor Gremsgard. Mr. & Mrs. David Rose from La Grande, Ore. were here visiting his brother and wife, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ...... Byrd and family. Mr. Rose is an engineer on the Union Pa- cific railroad at La Grande. Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Aris i who has lived her fo several years, have moved to La Gr- f . ande where they will make their home. They will be mis- sed here by mmly friends, Mr. Lloyd Wilson flew to Arkansas to see his mother who is seriously ill. He has returned here to be ba'k on his work here. Mr. & Mrs. C.W. Mulkey and Mr. & Mrs. Darrel Mul- key and son Greg went to Reedsport last Sunday to help celebrate the 55 wedding an- niversary of Mr. & Mrs. Carl Carlson. The celeDration was held in the Assembly of God church in Reedsport. A lovely dinner was served, and a lovely wedding cake A money tree was well decorated. Relatives came from north ,,'t SOUth and a large crowd MR. AND MRS. LANE PLOTNER was there. Mr. Carlsonwhois eighty-seven years old rectted Carla Mrie Paulsen and scarf, w.th white accessories. a long poem by heart and Lane Tho;nas Plainer were Both mo-hers wore corsages when he was through there mtited in holy wedlock daring of yellow daisy mums and was hardly a dry eye in the a double ring ceremony pink rosebuds. u-of-ton crowd. The Carlsons have condacted by Rev. James Attending from n ' lived around Reedsport and Ne;tingen at Faith Lutheran were: Mr. and Mz's. Ivan Th- Winchester Bay most of their Church Aug. 4. ornton, Brownsville, aunt and life. Mrs. Carlson is a sister Carla, daughter of Mr. and uncle o2 the groom; Mr. and of Mrs. C.W. Mulkey of Co- Mrs. Leo Paulsen, Coqullle, Mrs. Otis (Bud) Hylton and quille, was given in marriage by her family, Florence, aunt and Mr. & Mrs. Larry Am'.s father. Hew gown was floor uncle of the groom; Foster have returned from awonder- lengthed, fashioned with white Thompson, Broadbent; Mr. ful trip to Rock Point where slipper satin and two bands of and Mrs. Ralph Herman, Ban- they attended the Lutheran lace overlaid down the front, don. aunt and uncle of the Mission. They visited with The sleves were short and the bride; Mr. and Ms. Steven the Foler family who arethe neckline scooped. Her veil Herman, Albany, cousin o? parents of the twu little girls was attached to a lace caplet, the bride; Mr. and Mzs. Jack they had visiting here. They She carried a bouquet of white Paulsen, Bandon; and Mike took them some homemade d.isy taurus, roses and baby Ortez, North Bend. blackberry jam which they breath. Fox" her going-away outfit were delighted with. Nancy Neff washer matron- Carla wore a yellow street They took over a 1,030 po- of-honor, gowned in a flower- length dress of dotted swiss unds of blankets, clothing and ed pink flocked organdy dress with white accessories. Carla ba0y layettes. They attended with an under gown of hot is a graduate of Coq.ille High church where only the pink satin.. She carried a nose- School and attended North- Navajo language was spoken gay of daisy mums, rosebuds western Business College. but there was an interperter and baby breath. Tom a'tended schools in No- so yea could get the message. Ms. Linda Ilamllton sang, rth Bend and is employed ..... day tlktmaer with. "o,e : Qnly Just Be, gun." at West Coast Truck Lines Bota Sorsen who lsamis, Mrs. InezWilktnsonplayedthe After their wedding trip to sionary oftheEducatlonalUnit organ music. California the couple are at and Ruth Relnlen. Mterdinner Tom son of Mrs. Carol home in Coon Bay. they heard about Bonita% trip Staben, Coos Bay and Lane to Israel which was quite an Plotner, Sparks, Nev. chose Art Center experience and got to see Mike Ortiz, North Bend for souveniers of Israel sh his best mg.n. U:shers were h d brought back. Leaving there Bill Hales, brother-ln-law of Sce u le they went and took pictures o: the bride; Burr and Todd Plot- the wonderful corn fields, ner, brothers of the groom A d They attended church in the A reception was held in nnounce English language which was the social hall of the church mostly singing of hymns. St- after the wedding.. The church Coqullle Valley Art Center, arting homeward went to see was decorated in pink and on the Myrtle Point highway, the dinasaur tracks at Ariaona white wtth pink candlebra and announces its fall term in oil and after breakfast therewent an arrangement on the alter painting classes for beginners to Nevada and had their ev- of wnite glads, daises, baby ening meal at the Cathedral breath and pik rosebuds, and advanced students will Gorge Monument. The table in the social hall commence Wednesday, Sept. They spent the night at Ely was covered with a white lace 12. Morning classes takeupat and stopped to visit Petro- tablecloth and pink candles 10 a.m. and evening classes glyth, a recreation plot, and were ptaced on either side start at 7 p m. saw the writings and prints o: the three-tiered wedding Beginners are asked to on the rocks. While at the cake. The cake was decorated bring small vine charcoal and mission they visited with Pc- with pinkroses and toppedwith a kneaded eraser. The ad- star and Mrs. Cole and all a bride and groom. Mrs. GI- vanced series will cover pro- visited Rock Point. Breakfast enda Hales, sisterofthebride, blem areas in painting. All was had at Roseburg where cut and served the cake, day students should alsobring they picked cucumbers and assisted by Ltnda Miller. a sack lunch except the second tomatoes for canning. = A nice Mrs. Dorothy Herman, Bm]- Wednesday of each month when and interesting trip but glad don, aunt of the bride, lm)ured a pot-hick luncheon is served. to be home. the punch and Elsie Hylton, Vicki McKean-Smith isthein- Mr. and Mrs. John Huffman Florence, aunt. of the groom, structor. Fees for the course .......... and family from Portland poured }e coffee will be $i0 for ten lessons. visited at the home of Mr. T.he mother of the bride Membership intheassociation : and Mrs. Brad Ross recently, chose a green cotton street is mandatory. Registration : may be made at tke center on . ..... ttuffman, now with the Oregon length dress embroidered with State ttealth Division, was at pink flowers and wore white class day. ....... accessories for her da- There will also be a work- i;::::ii!i! .... : ...... 111''  iiii: ' itarian in the ndd-1960's He ugn, er s wealng. =**t,,-,,,:   piece dress and pale green lnstructin" children Dick, Nancy, Stephen : ..i , :! *  .iii! Mr. & Mrs. Harold Mich-WH[TE ONLY i returned from visiting the  i Frank Hartman family in i ] Howe, Idaho, Mrs. Hartman (fMrr?erlMYic:aelsoh:::)oh d |  235-1b. Malarky .i i ! -  1 i from Coquille having grad-I Self-Sealing uated together in 1963. During S their stay in Idaho, the Mich- ASPHALT nelson's enjoyed swlmm.ng, 1 ; =       tifulriding and exploring thebeaU-way ' " 10S H,Noc:G LE S i  ! "  = days withMrs. Michaelson's I -j(x  '--..Sq. sister and her family. They l  '  f' I  also stopped at the StateFair. , ( Plus Dellvery They were glad to come home 15 yr. Guarantee ThoughtlOrtheday.-"Even though he may have 20-20 _--_ vision, a braggart is in need ,1 lii!!D SEAMANGRADuATES IITIME--ALIT'rLETO 0 II r=-,.. .,, | ![ 8 i Navy seamanGregE. Wal-  i ke G son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Walker of 3680Fair- : view route, Coquille, grad- unfed from recruit training I; 14 .= 19 at theNavalTrainingCenter I'b !' at i in San Diego. A 193 graduate of Coqullle high schooL, he is scheduled to report to 00ata Systems cTClihf.nician SchooL, Vallejo,