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September 30, 1971     Coquille Valley Sentinel
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Page 8-A PTO Welcomes Teachers An amendment to the city s THE POWERS Highway, Paw- water ordinance was votedinby ers State Airport, promotion of the Powers City CounciI Monday Old Powers, and voting signs night to raise the fine for indi- were among the items of bus- viduals reconnecting their own iness for discussion at the re- water when it has been shut off by the water department for lack of bill payment to $25, and raising the water rehook-up fee to $15 for those who have to have their lines cut andplug- ged because of continued vio- lation. The regular rehook-up fee will remain at $5. The new amendment will go into affect on October 1. Persons in financial stress, facing a water shut-off should contact Councilman Bob Mc- Donald before the 13th of the month to see if dome arrange- ment can be made to the cityJs satisfaction to save both part- ies time, money, and hard feel- ings. It was also brought to at- tention that unauthorized per- sons are dumping theirgarbage near the GP railroad shops al- ong the track. This property is in the city limits and pro- tected by the city ordinance prohibiting garbage disposal anywhere except the city dump. Persons needing garbage ser- vice should contact Laurence Brady (439-2383) who has the city's garbage franchise. This service is only $2 per month. It was reported that the Pow- ers Volunteer Fire Dept. was called out twice in four days to put out fires on GP propert- les. The first blaze was grass fire caused by the com- pany's open burner near their south pond. The second was a blaze in the former GP Veneer Plant now being dismantled. The fire was believed to be caused by sparks from a cut- ting torch that went unnoticed while the men were having their lunch break. Kenneth McDonald was high- ly commended for his perfor- mances this past six years as caretaker of the city hall lawns. McDonald left Tues- day for Eugene where he is registered as a freshman at the University of Oregon. It was voted to purchase a minimum order of mis- demeanor citation warrants so that violators can be cited at the scene of a misdemeanor crime same as a traffic vio- lation. STEVE PORTER and Russell Hill moved to Corvallis over the weekend where they will share an apartment with a buddy from Woocrourn. All three are students a t the Oregon State U niversity. DAVID PINSON has returned home from Seattle Washington where he attended a month's tr- alnin g for Arco Service Sta- tion attendants. THE POWERS Area Coun- cil is holding a raffle ticket drawing October 1 at noon. The first drawing will be a linen basket full of goodies; second drawing is a friend- ship quilt started in Califor- nia in 1935; third drawing is a set of heavy stainless steel (service for 8); fourth drawing is a small suitcase. The pro- ceeds will go toward property taxes on the land upon which sits the Powers Community Ac- tion Center. Tickets can be obtained at Sheedy's Store, where the raffle items are on display, the CAP Center, and various volunteers of the pro- gram. Tickets sell for 50 or three for $1. YOU'RE OliTAIIGET cent Powers Chamber of Com- merce meeting. The next meet- ing will be held October 20 at a noon luncheon in the Paul Bun- yan Room with County Extension Agent Lynn Cannon to be the guest speaker. PATTI WARNER has com- pleted her job in Riverton and returned to her parents' home in Powers while attending clas- ses at SWOCC. . | I _ Your Powers Correspondent M 'Mabel Thorp 49-25ss i LI II _ _ _ MLSS BARBARA Wesley was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelton in Myrtle Point. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE Di- vine, of Clatskanie, were guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Porter and family, for a few days, enroute to KlamathFalls, where they are guests of their granddaughter, Judy Porter, and also are visiting two sons and their families living there. While here, Mrs. Divine and Mrs. Porter drove to Port Or- fors to spend the day visiting Mrs. Divine's sister, Mrs. Gus Wallace. LEE PETERSON of Ten Mile spent the weekend in Powers as guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Satterlee and family. MHS. HARRY Pierson has been release d from the Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland to a convalescent home after undergoing surgery for a brain tumor. MRS. KE NNE TH F awcett flew to Seattle to spend a couple of weeks with her nephew, Layton Truax and family, to take care of the family while Mrs. Truax is recuperating from major surgery. THE POWERS Parent Tea- chers Organization began it's year by hosting a potluck supper Tuesday in the Junior HighCaf- eteria to welcome the teachers and their families. Mrs. Rachel Rolfe read a short biography of each teacher. President Mrs. Bill Short) gave the official welcome address. Those at- tending wer Mrs. EddieWiw- atowski, Mrs. Dave Price, Mrs. Grady Pinson, Mrs. Dora Rec- tor, Mrs. BurniceCowan, Mrs. Bill Shorb, Mrs. Doublas Rath- bun, Sheriff Jerry Lee, Mrs. Rachel Rolfe, Mrs. George Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Arley Hendon Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ran Boat, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Kalb, Mrs. Kernin, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nightingale, Miss Beard, B.R. Nicklaus, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Adamson, Al Bright, Mrs. Frankie Fader, Miss Bar- bara Brister, Mrs. Conley Elms, Mr. andMrs. BillHiner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beitel Glenn Ludtke, Miss Janet Har- ris, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sixberry, Glenn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Summers, Mrs. Harold Simes, Mrs. Johnnle Yingllng, Mrs. Mary Blondell, Phyllis Brown, Mrs. AI Robison and Rita, and Gall Notwong. For PTO information this year, con- tact secretary Anona Cowan, 439-2073. MR. ANu MRS. Albert Bald- win and son, Ben, of Medford, were weekend guests of Bald- wines parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baldwin, while visit- ing other friends and relatives. THE POWERS Cruiser Boos- ter Club held its first meeting COQUILLE VALLEY SENTINEL The Cedric Cross Ranch at Rlverton has been cited by Pacific Power. The "All-Electric Farm Award," given to farms in the utillty's six state service territory for outstanding use of electricity, was presented to Mr. & Mrs. Cross by Harry Hurrah, right, marketing representative for PP&L. Besides Utilization of electricity for all farm chores, the Cross farm home meets Gold Medallion or all-electric specifications. Ac- cording to Hutton, the award to the Cross's 500 acre beef operation is the first presented in Coos County by the power company. of the 1971-72 year, electing Means chairmen Mrs. DuelLo- officers: president, Calvin oney and Mrs. Isabella Rogers. Looney; vice President, Earl The club membership and Warner St.; Secretary-trea- past officers express their ap- surer, Dave Satterlee Sr.; kit- preciation to all who assisted in chen chairman, Mrs. George effort and money to support the Clark, football and Mrs. Earl Cruisers. Warner, basketball; ways and Dale Wilson has ordered 50 means chairman, Mrs. Isabella jackets for the Booster Club Rogers. which will be sold first come, Outgoing officers were: Pro- first served. He will take other sident Duel Looney; vice pro- orders at a later date. The sident Merle Kalb Jr.; secre- jackets cost $6.95 each. tary-treasurer James Clauson Booster meetings willbeheld St.; kitchen chairman, Mrs. the first Wednesday of each James Clauson Sr.; Ways and month at 8 p.m. in the high school building. Membership is $1 per year and membership cards are in the process of each month at 8 p.m. in the being printed. The money is used to feed both teams after the home games along with the coaches, officials, and /'ally squads. Refreshments are also taken for our own team at away games. Mrs. Rogers was given a special commendation tar her untiring effort in raising money last year to support the club Droiects. THE High School, Washington, Lincoln Fairview Jefferson Monday - Spaghetti & Meat green beans, buttered french bread, peas, mill. Tuesday - Hamburgers, corn, tossed salad, jello with fruit, milk. Wednesday - Sausage Pizza, peas, buttered bread, brownie, peaches, mill. Thursday - Fish sticks, mashed potatoes and butter, carrots, cracked wheat bread and butter, applesauce, mill. Friday - No School! Monday - Spaghetti with Ham- burger, peas, peanut butter, bread and butter, fruit, mill. Tuesday . Mashed potatoes, hamburger gravy, cheese stickp biscuit and butter, green beans, fruit and mill. Wednesday - Baked beans, cabbage salad, bran muffin and butter, fruit, milk. Thursday - Hot dog on bun, corn, carrot stick, cake, jell% milk. Friday - No School Thursday, Junior High School Monday - green beans Tuesday - mashed potato, wlch, fruit, milk. Wednesday - ing powder butter, fruit milk. i Thursday - cottage cheese, cinnamon rolls, f Friday - GARAGE SALE: 30 9 a.m. - dren's nice selection lets, records, pliances, heater, trash new items fects. Come 644 E. llth, SPECIAL OFFE FROM UILLE STATI Select From Our Special Display Lovely Cotillion Christmas Car At Regular Price ($2 to $3.50) AND GET YOUR NAME IMPRIN FREE#. Get An Early Start- And S (Good Only During October) IETY THE NEXT FEW DAYS CAN BE THE MOST IMPORTANT "SHOPPING DAYS" OF YOUR LIFE! For during the next few days ... you have a "ore-in-a-|ifatime'" buying opptunityl If you ore looking foe real bargains here is your answer. YOU CAN BUY WITH COHFIDZ.CE THAT YOU WILL POSITIVELY BE THRILLED WITH YOUR PURCHASESI YOU can't lose .,. while taking advantage of this sensational sell A SELLOUT ON MANY ITEMS IS EXPECTED, SO BETTER GET HERE EARLY! we lk00ly Tom Tone To  OIIIT Reduced To Reduced To Reduced To $499 $7 99 s!2,, Values To $20.00 Includes Slacks Values To $35.00 Values To MOJUD PANTY HOSE MOJUD GLOVES White Wedding Were $2 O0 to $5.9/3 $|.00 To $2.00 Wt:r9S(b O0 $1.00 to $3.00 Custom Made -s lrl Never Worn --- L with SELF-ADHESIVE PLASTIC Especially when you buy this newest of al| black-and.whlte paerns in CON-TACTO self. adhesive plastic. It's #857, called TARGET and meant to zero in on your decorating problems with the greatest of ease! Perfect for contemporary sattlngs--Sreat for a boy's room---stunning on a wall almost anywhere. Just one of the dramatic new patterns for Fall you'll see in our assortment of CON-TACT plastic---all wash- able, waterproof, easy to apply, easy to care for. MASONS Hardware & Paint Bonney's ur g I I Check Our Scramble Tables At $].00 -- $1.009 - $2.99 Priced 001o'/ Values Save ow Fixtures For Sale - Home Owners - Take Note! Plate Glass Mirrors - 2' wide - 5 ft. High- Full Length00$]5 Clear Plastic Storage Boxes ..... 19 Each Top Grade Garment Hangers -15 & Sale Ends Saturda dober 9th and 20 ea.